It’s Candy Overload

Pat is tempted by his large stash of left-over Halloween candy. Are encyclopedias obsolete? The standard time change doesn’t bother Lisa, but Pat is not a fan of it. Babblers and hijackers of meetings and presentations make us all crazy.

 

candy

“Man, I so want to eat all of this…. tonight.”

Songs in this episode:

“Don’t Stop the Party”
Excerpt from The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
“All Things Must Pass” George Harrison
“Fly Like an Eagle” Steve Miller Band
“Ten in the Bed” Little Baby Bum
“Candy” Johnny Mercer, 1945
“The Best Things in Life Are Free” Jack Hylton, 1928
“God Bless America”
“Whip It!” Devon
“Troglodyte (The Caveman)” Jimmy Castor Bunch
“The Lady is a Tramp”

 

A Barrel Full of Monkeys

Are monkeys in showbiz funny or creepy? Pat explains the Mr. Stubbs drinking game. Lisa explains the pain of a mammogram. And, bad news, bacon can hurt your butt. Also, Pat and Lisa talk about the daylight savings time controversy as well as the recyling lie.

monkey with a gun

            “That’s not even a little bit funny.”

Songs in this episode:

Mickey Mouse Club March

Disney’s “The Hardy Boys” opening
“Toby Tyler” excerpt
“The Today Show” excerpt (early 1950’s)
“One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer” John Lee Hooker
“The Hathaways” excerpt
“Lancelot Link” excerpt
“Hey, Hey We’re the Monkees” The Monkees
“Lost in Space” Excerpt
“It’s a Good Life” episode of “The Twilight Zone” excerpt
Billy Mumy interview from “Emmy TV Legends.org
“Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette” Tex Williams and The Western Caravan (1947)
“Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” Dinah Shore (1940)
“I Can Help” Billy Swan
“Muskrat Love” America
“Hot Chili” Steve Miller Band
“Upside Down” Diana Ross
“Time After Time” Tony Bennett
“Upside Down” Jack Johnson