Don’t Take Your Love Online

Valentine’s Day is all about boner medication and flowers.  Pat and Lisa discuss the future of Lisa’s romantic life, and it ain’t pretty. And, another edition of the “Dirty Joke Challenge” makes an appearance in this episode of Peculiar Podcast!

I feel like a jar of jam.

I feel like a jar of jam.

Songs in this episode:

“Love Hurts” Heart, from the album “The Road Home” album, live at the Backdoor, Ballard.
“Polka Dot Undies” Bowser and Blue
“My Funny Valentine” Frank Sinatra
“Jammin'” Bob Marley
“Ol’ MacDonald” Frank Sinatra
“People” Barbra Streisand
TV theme from “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea”
“Whale of a Tale” from the Disney film, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” lead vocal: Kirk Douglas
“It’s Rainin’ Men” The Weather Girls

If It’s Not True, Pass it On

Pat and Lisa talk about fake news stories and fake radio callers.  Misinformation is rampant, and there ain’t a thing you can do it about it. And, Pat and Lisa strategize on how to win the Best Of Western Washington. Pat and Lisa also lament that they are “yesterday’s news”.   And, it’s time for another “Dirty Joke Challenge” !

What I am about to tell you is totally untrue, but pass it on anyway.

What I am about to tell you is totally untrue, but pass it on anyway.



Songs in this episode:

Excerpts from Mercury Theater production “War of the Worlds” broadcast.

Music from “The Day the Earth Stood Still” original version
Excerpt from “Fargo”
“The Letter” The Boxtops
“Poor Side of Town” Johnny Rivers
“Strangers in the Night” Mrs. Miller
“Chances Are” Johnny Mathis
“Topsy” Joe Bucci Trio

It’s The End of The World Again

There is only a month left before the end of the world, and Pat and Lisa discuss their plans for these few remaining days. And, how old is TOO old to make babies? The answer may surprise you! Also, find out that one funny word that drives dogs crazy in this episode of Peculiar Podcast!


See ya!

It’s been swell. See ya!



Song list in this episode:

  • “Cut the Cake” / Average White Band
  • “Papa Was a Rolling Stone” / The Temptations
  • “Rainy Day Women #12 & 35” / Bob Dylan
  • “Wild Thing” / The Troggs
  • “The End of the World” / Skeeter Davis
  • “That Certain Feeling”
  • “Rhapsody in Blue” (both songs from ‘Gershwin play Gershwin’ / The Piano Rolls’


Hair Today Gone Tomorrow

Cutting your hair can make you cry. So can forgetting your makeup bag on a trip. Also, Pat buys crappy art  from someone who comes to his house. And Lisa hides in backyard.

Pat’s Crappy Art