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)

Color Him Love

Pat doesn’t care about “Father’s Day” but he still wants a present. Pat and Lisa talk about the difference between boys and girls when it comes to “bonding”. Also, should you really be your own cheerleader on social media (or ever)? And, Lisa’s house needs a new roof, but Pat suggests a surprising alternative!

...uh, what's gonna be in your OTHER hand?

…uh, what’s gonna be in your OTHER hand?

 

Songs in this episode:

“Color Him Father” The Winstons
“The Teddy Bears’ Picnic” Henry Hall and the BBC Dance Orchestra
“The Teddy Bears’ Picnic” Jerry Garcia and David Grisman
Sounds of Humpback whales—You Tube
“I’m Too Sexy” Right Said Fred
“Be For Real” Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes
“You Can Leave Your Hat On” Joe Cocker
“Give up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker)” Parliament

Vacuuming In Pearls

Pat and Lisa want someone to work for them for free –  (all they can offer is LOVE).  Do we need a dress code for restaurants? And would you take a “poverty tour” just for the fun of it?Also, Pat and Lisa dive into weird cocktails; including one with a human toe.

I'm dressed for dinner.... AND vacuuming the house!

I’m dressed for dinner…. AND vacuuming the house!

 

 

Songs in this episode:

“Everybody Wants to Rule the World” Tears for Fears
“Scenes From an Italian Restaurant” Billy Joel
“Harlem Nocturne” Martin Denny
“A White Sport Coat and a Pink Carnation” Marty Robbins
“You Can Leave Your Hat On” Joe Cocker
“Delicious” Jim Backus and friend
“Toes” Zac Brown Band

 

Nature Always Wins

Pat and Lisa dive into the gay Boy Scout’s pool; Pat shares a sad story about a porcupine.  And Lisa is worried she has scarred a young boy for life.  Also, are we taking environmental awareness a wee bit too seriously?

 

I MIGHT be gay!

I MIGHT be gay!

 

 

Hello Creepy Dolly

The more smart people you gather in one place, the stupider they become. Any wait till hear what happens when you get a group of goats together! Pat and Lisa review some of the newest dolls on the market that will make you squirm, and find out what happens when dogs get stuck together.

Will you be my mommy?

Jesus Has A Honey-Do List

Jesus looks like a monkey, thanks to a well-meaning crappy artist, as he smells like one too. And his wife has had it up to HERE with his dinner parties.  Find out what Pat’s all-time favorite song is (it might surprise you!) and listen as Pat and Lisa argue the merits of real Xmas trees vs artificial ones.

“What are YOU looking at?”