I Like Pie

Lisa had the Covid anti-body test. And get ready for a NEW Podcast Series featuring the Almost Live cast! Lisa only drinks 3 – no FOUR things. And the one thing Pat WON’T eat. Hang on for the joke of the day…. it’s a doozy.

I want a ding dong pie.


Songs in this episode: 

  • “You’re the Tops” Cole Porter
  • Excerpt from the 1950’s TV show “The Millionaire”
  • Trailer for “Space Force” (Netflix)
  • Trailer for “Downton Abbey”
  • Excerpt from “The 206” TV show (‘Renton Abbey’)
  • “The Confirmation” movie trailer
  • “Man on the Street’ from “Almost Live” (KING TV)
  • “Video Store” from “Almost Live” (KING TV)
  • “Old Man” Neil Young
  • “I Only Have Eyes For You” The Flamingos (1959)
  • “These Eyes” The Guess Who
  • “I Like Pie, I Like Pie” Four Clefs (1941)
  • “Black Coffee” Peggy Lee
  • “Tea for Two” Doris Day
  • “Spill the Wine” War with Eric Burdon
  • “Vodka Martini” Luke
  • “Dandelion” Ruth B.
  • “Hostess Ding Dong” commercial (1971)
  • “Begin the Beguine” (Cole Porter) Ella Fitzgerald

I’m Not Touching That Thing

Advertising jingles are a bit lame….and remember those old “Baby On Board” signs? TV show finales…Mariner’s baseball AND AquaSox baseball, and gross things like ticks and pimples. Ick


Songs in this episode:

“Oogum Boogum” Brenton Wood

“Gimme Little Sign” Brenton Wood

“Rub You the Right Way” Johnny Gill

Excerpt from ‘Alka Seltzer’

commercial (Jimmy Nelson, Danny O’Day, Farfel)

“Bad Habit” Offspring

Trailer excerpt from HBO’s “Barry”

Trailer excerpt from “Crashing”

“Gunsmoke” opening theme

Excerpt from “Mash” TV series

“Game of Thrones” theme

Excerpt ‘Dragon scene’ from “Game of Thrones” HBO

“Take Me Out to the Ballgame” Edward Meeker (1908)

Everett Aquasox intro (2010)

“Here Comes Santa Claus”

“Sabre Dance” Aram Khachaturian

“Ticks” Brad Paisley

Excerpt “Dr Pimple Popper”

Promo for “Toe Bro”

“Tippy Toes” Robin Thicke

“Hamster Love” Big Daddy

Kale – What Is It Good For? (Absolutely Nothin’)

Lisa confesses she quit her diet. Pat tries to help her see the light. Pat lashes out the kale trend. And, are your devices spying on you? Pat shares an article on 15 things you said never eat in a restaurant. Patty jumps in with a rant about people eating on the plane.



Songs in this episode:

“Que Sera, Sera” Doris Day
“This Girl is on Fire” Alicia Keys
“What’s the Use?” Jamie Liddell
“Two Ton Tessie (from Tennessee) Tiny Hill and His Orchestra (1952)
“Stop in the Name of Love” The Supremes
“C is for Cookie” Sesame Street
“Please Warm my Weiner” Old Time Hokum Blues (1935)
“Red Red Wine” Neil Diamond
“Underpants Song” Weird Al Yankovic
“Two Fat Polka” Frankie Yankovic and his Yanks
“Blues For a Hoot” Hoyt Axton
Excerpts from “Chunky Candy Bar” commercial (1959)
“Holiday” The Bee Gees
“Drunk” Ace Cannon
“Let’s Go Out to the Lobby” Old movie theme theatre promo
“I Just Called to Say I Love You” Stevie Wonder

Hungry Hungry Hungry All The Time

Pat preps for his driving test, and quizzes Lisa on the questions. Lisa gives an update on her diet. Also, Lisa is involved in a huge neighborhood dispute. Pat plays a clip from the classic radio show “The Guy Wonderful Show”.


Songs in this episode:

  • “Blueberry Hill” Fats Domino
  • “Ain’t That a Shame?” Fats Domino
  • “Healthy Eating Song (Food Train Song) Musical Playground
  • “On the Road Again (instrumental)
  • Excerpt of New York newscast “Taco Bell Rat Incident”
  • “You’re Still the One” Shania Twain
  • “Anchors Aweigh” US Navy Song
  • “Spill the Wine” Eric Burdon and War
  • “Short People” Randy Newman

As Good As You’re Gonna Get

Pat and Lisa talk about their diet downfalls. Pat has a skeptic’s view of what Lisa does on her business trips. Is it TREH-zure or TRAY-zure? And, Lisa’s neighbor drives a tractor right through the podcast taping. Pat has the power to pronounce you spouses for life.  Who knew?


“Let me know when the podcast taping starts…”


Songs in this episode:

“Here Comes the Sun” The Beatles
“Gone Fishin'” Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong
“Forever Young” Bob Dylan
“I Can’t Help Myself” The Four Tops
“Ice Cream Man” Van Halen
“It’s Bad You Know” R. L. Burnside
“Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show” Neil Diamon
“The Jerk” The Larks (1964)
“You Raise Me Up” Josh Groban
“Sounds of Silence” Simon and Garfunkel
“Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off” Louis Armstrong/Ella Fitzgerald
“Peace Train” Cat Stevens
“Even Trolls Love Rock and Roll” Tony Joe White
“Boogie Man” K.C. and the Sunshine Band
“Old Time Rock and Roll” Bob Seger
“Son of a Preacher Man” Dusty Springfield
“Green, Green Grass of Home” Tom Jones