NO Chinese Food For YOU

A Chinese take-out restaurant owner hangs up on Lisa. Pat thinks he got a helluva deal on margarita glasses. When will be the right time to talk about regulating assault weapons? Pat celebrates his wedding anniversary.

Happy Anniversary Pat and Patty!

 

Songs in this episode:

“Free Fallin'” Tom Petty

“The Impossible Dream” Jim Nabors

“Chinese Food” Alison Gold

“Hanging Up On You” Myra

“We Are the Champions” Queen

“Nothing from Nothing” Billy Preston

“Margaritaville” Jimmy Buffet

“Big Iron” Marty Robbins

Excerpt of “Señor Vences” performance on Ed Sullivan show (late 50’s)

“I Love My Dog” Cat Stevens

“Shaving Cream” Benny Bell

“Stormy” The Classics IV

“Ruby Jean and Billie Lee” Seals and Crofts

“Ruby (Don’t Take Your Love to Town)” Kenny Rogers

“This Land is Your Land” Woody Guthrie

“Poetry Man” Phoebe Snow

“I Like Beer” Tom T. Hall

“Love and Marriage” Frank Sinatra
” ‘S-All Right? S-All Right!” Señor Wences (1959)

Eyes In The Back of Her Head

Pat decides he WILL in fact take Lisa’s dog when Lisa croaks. Pat discovers he can get more than pizza delivered to his house. And does a particular observation mean you’re a racist? Are men drivers worse than women drivers? Also, Lisa realizes she needs to shut up.

I See YOU

“I see YOU”

 

 

Songs in this episode:

“The 59th Street Bridge Song “(Feelin’ Groovy) Simon and Garfunkel
“Bridge Over Troubled Waters”
“Bridge…etc…” Senator Sam Ervin
“Mrs. Robinson” Simon and Garfunkel
“Sister Mary Elephant” Cheech and Chong
“Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead
“Chinese Food” Allison Gold
“Little Deuce Coupe” Beach Boys
“Ahab the Arab” Ray Stevens
“Speedy Gonzales” Pat Boone
“Too Fat Polka” Arthur Godfrey
“The Honking Song” You Tube
“Honky Tonk Woman” The Rolling Stones
“I Shot the Sheriff” Eric Clapton
“Slow Down” The Loose Ends
“Straight to Hell” The Clash

We Like To Drink, Rock and Frick

Pat and Lisa talk about gifts that disappoint, movies that don’t, Lisa’s engagement and Pat’s obsession with old cartoon character.

Pat’s Born to Drink, Rock and Frick. Great.