Baby, It’s Creepy Outside

Pat and Lisa wonder if Christmas songs are really creepy or just misunderstood? Pat adds a new member to his household. And you’ve heard the story before, but it’s worth another listen – Pat’s Thanksgiving story about his dog Elliott. And, wonderful stories about the late George H.W. Bush.


Songs in this episode:

“Baby It’s Cold Ouside” Doris Day and Bing Crosby
“Santa Baby” Eartha Kitt
“Baby It’s Cold Outside” Lady Gaga andTony Bennett
“Frosty the Snowman” Jimmy Durante
“Baby It’s Cold Outside” from the motion picture, “Neptune’s Daughter” (1949) Esther
         Williams and Ricardo Montalban.
“Drunk” Jimmy Liggins (1953)
“If Tomorrow Never Comes” Harmonika instrumental/Mundharmonika
“Everybody Hurts” R.E.M.
“Oliver Twist” D/Banji
“Cry Like a Baby” The Boxtops
“Losing My Religion” R.E.M.
“Band on the Run” Paul McCartney and Wings

My Big Fat Gay Wedding

Aretha Franklin is gone. But her music remains. John McCain is also gone. And Pat says goodbye to his dog Elliott. Pat officiates at a “non-straight” wedding. Lisa tells the “Barbie and the Suitcase” story.

“Wow, Pat was really great. Sort of.”



Songs in this episode:

  • “A Natural Woman” Aretha Franklin
  • Excerpt from the documentary “Muscle Shoals”
  • “When a Man Loves a Woman” Percy Sledge
  • “Mathisization” Richard Peterson
  • “My Old Dog” Ron Tankersley
  • “Blue Bayou” Linda Ronstadt
  • “Burnin’ Love” Elvis
  • “Swanee” Al Jolson (1920)
  • “Stardust” Nat King Cole
  • “You’re My Best Friend” Queen
  • “Memories” Elvis
  • “Bad Kids” Lady Gaga
  • “Mother” Pink Floyd
  • “Bad Dog Song” Beatman from You Tube
  • “So Quiet in Here” Van Morrison

My Eyes Adore You

Pat has a happy update on his dog Elliott’s eyes. “I can see! I can see!” Pat does a sight gag that falls flat. Pat finds a nasty surprise in his hotel room. And, if you COULD swindle someone, would you? Also, plastic straws are being banned – will you miss them?

“I luv you so much…”



Songs in this episode:

“That’s Amore'” Dean Martin

“My Baby” from “Word Jazz” Ken Nordine

“Chicken Fried” Zac Brown

“Smoky the Bear” PSA (1960’s)

“Needles and Pins” The Searchers (1964)

Excerpt “Almost Live!” KING TV “First Impressions” found on You Tube

“Don’t Fence Me In” Harry Connick

“I Can See Clearly Now” Johnny Nash

“Mean Old Bed Bug Blues” Bessie Smith (1927)

“Clam Chowder” The Ukalady from You Tube

“The Crazy Dog Song” Disney Cuties

“Aimee Semple McPherson” trailer

“Son of a Preacher Man” Dusty Springfield

“Pump It Up” Elvis Costello

“Scarborough Fair” Simon and Garfunkel

“It’s in the Book” Johnny Standley (1952)

Big Dog Butts

Pat finds out his dog is afflicted with something most of us humans suffer from.  And Lisa has a bad puppy experience. 2016 is barely off the ground, and the celebrity death count is already exceptionally high.  Lisa has to chose between between 2 opposite ends of her body for medical care.

fluffy dog butt

                 “Wow, I need to lay off the bread.”


Songs in this episode: 

“Jungle Boogie” Kool and the Gang
“I Love my Dog” Cat Stevens
“What’s Love Got to do With It?” Tina Turner
“It Keeps You Running” The Doobie Brothers
“Heart and Soul” Huey Lewis and the News
“Puppy Love” Paul Anka
“Beer Barrel Polka” Frankie Yankovic and the Yanks
“Teach Your Children” Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
“You’re Still a Young Man” Tower of Power
“Shining Star” Earth, Wind and Fire
Theme from “Green Acres”
Excerpt from “Hello Dummy!” Don Rickles
“Garden Party” Ricky Nelson
“Candy” Johnny Mercer, Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers with the Paul Weston Orchestra
“Slow Talkers of America” Bob and Ray

Goodbye Sweet Daisy

(Lisa is a bit off mic the first couple of minutes…but hang in there!) Pat talks about his dog Elliott’s nickname “SmellyButt”. And Lisa shares the sad passing of her cocker spaniel Daisy, and the terrible memorial gift she recieved. And find out why someone at Lisa’s hotel complained about her.

PawPrint Memorial

“Thanks for memorializing my dog’s fist…”



Songs in this episode:

Theme from “Quincy, M.E.”
“It’s a Long Way to Tipperary” John McCormick
“Instant Karma” John Lennon
“The Chicken Dance” Bob Kames
“Lick It” 20 Fingers
“Daisy a Day” Jud Strunk
“Burning Love” Elvis
“Someday my Prince Will Come” Disney’s ‘Snow White’
Scene from “The Bride of Frankenstein.”
“Hamster Love” Big Daddy, from Dr. Demento’s 30th Anniversary Collection
“Eye of the Tiger” Survivor
“Working 9 to 5” Dolly Parton

Let’s Have Us A Huddle Cuddle

Pat and Lisa celebrate Elvis’ birthday, and Pat is worried about Elliott, and Lisa tries to be the voice of reason.  Also Lisa has decided that she WILL go to a Superbowl Party if Pat throws one. And Pat shares the secrets of what happens in the “huddle”.

Seahawk Huddle

“Just remember – don’t throw it to stupid Larry”


Songs in this episode:

“Stuck on You” Elvis
Theatrical trailer for “The Time Machine”
“Hit Me With Your Best Shot” Pat Benatar (Lisa…I introduced her at an event an month ago…)
“Let’s Hear it for The Boy” Deniece Williams
“Dirty Old Egg-Suckin’ Dog” Johnny Cash
“You’ve Made Me So Very Happy” Blood Sweat and Tears
“Bicycle Made for Two”
“Train, Train” Blackfoot
“Shortin’ Bread” Nelson Eddy
“Open the Door, Richard” Dusty Fletcher with Jimmy Jones and his Band
“Carolina on my Mind” James Taylor
“What it was, was football” Andy Griffith
“Not as much as Football” Mojo Nixon