It’s Magic You Dummy

Pat and Lisa try to figure out ventriloquism and magic. Trump declares his love for Lisa, sort of. Pat and Lisa remember the wonderful actor Robert Forster. Also, what are your favorite black and white movies? Phrases that make Pat crazy, and Rolling Stone’s list of the all time best singers.

Songs and audio clips in this episode:

“Lisa, Listen to Me!” Blood, Sweat and Tears

“Pretty Woman” Karel Gott

“Are You Sleeping, Brother John? (Frere’ Jacques) Loo Loo

“Dominique” Jeannine Deckers of Belgium (1963)

“Sukiyaki” Kyu Sakamoato 

(1962)1960″s ‘Nestle’s Quik” commercial with Jimmy Nelson and Friends

Jeff Dunham bit via Netflix special

“Do You Believe in Magic?” The Lovin’ Spoonful

“White Room” Cream

Excerpt from the documentary “Beware of Mr. Baker

Interview excerpt: With Robert Forster

Excerpts from motion pictures: “Casablanca”, “Citizen Kane”, “To Kill a   Mockingbird”, “Some Like it Hot” and “Young Frankenstein

“Medicare Helpline commericial (2019)

“If I Can Dream” Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

“Like a Rolling Stone” Bob Dylan

Edited excerpt from “It’s a Man’s World” with Luciano Pavarotti and James Brown

Toys That Hurt

Pat cleaned his studio, and Lisa cannot adapt to it.  And, Pat and Lisa discuss news reporting ethics in the aftermath of the tragic school shootings in Marysville. Also, toys that could be potentially damaging to kids. And Pat advises Lisa on how to handle trick or treaters that might show up at her hotel door.

breaking bad toy

“I am not your TOY!”

Songs in this episode

“Sunshine of Your Love” Cream

“White Room” Cream
“You’re the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me.” Gladys Knight and the Pips
Felix the Cat theme
“Happiness is a Warm Gun” The Beatles
“I’m a Believer” The Monkees
“Slide it In” Whitesnake
“Monster Mash” Bobby Boris Pickett
“Nancy” Frank Sinatra

Freeze Your Big Horse Ass Off

Seattle’s latest cold snap tests Pat’s handyman skills. Pat gets an ESPN alert during the podcast – and is Lisa going to have a SuperBowl party?  Pat gets a Breaking Bad present, but worries it could be illegal.  Also, are you acting OLD at work?

hell

Songs in this episode

  • "And Away We Go!" with Jackie Gleason
  • "Horse With No Name" America
  • "Wildfire" Michael Murphy
  • "Bow Down to Washington" UW Band
  • "Did You See Jackie Robinson Hit That Ball?" Count Basie and his Orchestra (featuring Taps Miller_
  • "Breaking Bad" theme
  • "Every Breath You Take" The Police
  • "Try to Remember" Jim Nabors
  • "Lady Willpower" Gary Pucket and the Union Gap

Breaking Birthdays

Pat opens his birthday presents – late – and that leads to a discussion about Breaking Bad (no spoilers).  Although, Lisa DID put a spoiler on Facebook and Pat called her out on it.  Plus, find out why Lisa is mad at the IRS. And Pat is DONE with Dancing With The Stars.

Say my name, and THEN I'll wish you a happy birthday.  SAY IT.

Say my name, and THEN I’ll wish you a happy birthday. SAY IT.

 

Yes, I am Pat Cashman, and I am Breaking Bad.

Yes, I am Pat Cashman, and I am Breaking Bad.

Buzzed On The Buzz

Ever go to work hammered?  Pat and Lisa did. Pat pees in a bucket for a good cause, and Lisa lies about being pregnant.  Also, find out why Pat doesn’t watch sitcoms, EVER. Pat and Lisa argue about the TV show “Under The Dome”. And, find out what day you should stop shaving if you want to get the chicks.

Hey, I'm on break.

Hey, I’m on break.

Songs in this episode:

“Aurora, Part II” Jean-Luc Ponty
“My Cup Runneth Over” Jim Nabors
“Why Can’t We Be Friends?” War
“Drunk” Jimmy Liggins and his 3-D Music
“Woke Up This Morning” A 3 (Sopranos theme)
Theme from “The Fugitive
“Touch of Grey” The Grateful Dead
“Time is Tight” Booker T and the M.G.’s

Boobs and Blood

Pat and Lisa talk about the hottest, most gripping TV shows, and the old variety shows they miss.  Also listen as Pat attempts to describe how Michael Douglas got throat cancer. And what age is too old to wear revealing clothing?

 

Careful where you kiss me, Michael!

Careful where you kiss me, Michael!