Almost All of You Are Above Our Station

Pat and Lisa share memories of those moments they felt like imposters around the rich people. Do major brands really suffer when things go sideways? And we might all suffer from “cute aggression” – what the hell is wrong with us? Pat’s puppy has hormone overload.

 

Cute or creepy?

 

 

Songs in this episode:

“At the Hop” Danny and the Juniors
“The Auctioneer” Leroy Van Dyke
“The Great Imposter” The Fleetwoods
“I’m With the In Crowd” Dobie Gray
“I Am Woman” Jonathan and Darlene Edwards (Paul Weston and Jo Stafford)
Wells Fargo commercial (sung by the Black Keys)
Subway commercial with Jared Fogle
“Boeing Press Conference” from “Almost Live” TV show (With Bob Nelson, John Keister and Joel McHale)
“Betcha By Golly Wow” The Stylistics (1972)
“Pass the Kouchie” The Mighty Diamonds
Flying Monkeys scene from the motion picture “The Wizard of Oz” (1939)
“Hey, Hey We’re the Monkees” The Monkees
“Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey” The Beatles
“Coffee, Coffee, Coffee” Dave Dudley
“Shock the Monkey” Peter Gabriel

We Need to Take A Peek Under There

Lisa is outraged with the new TSA pat down procedures, and Pat shares some travel packing tips. Also, Pat talks about the time Katherine Hepburn got thrown out of a gift shop in his hometown. Pat had an opportunity that knocked only once, and it was the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models he ALMOST got to see in person.

 

TSA Pat Down

“Welcome to the new TSA airport screening procedure.”

 

Songs in this episode:

“Up on the Roof” James Taylor

“Somebody’s Knocking'” Terri Gibbs
“Hazy Shade of Winter” Simon and Garfunkel
“Down by the Train” Dustin Kensrue
“The Weight” Aretha Franklin
“Scenes from an Italian Restaurant” Billy Joel
“Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag” James Brown
“You Want it Darker” Leonard Cohen
Theme from “St. Elsewhere”
Excerpt from “Treasure of Sierra Madre”
Excerpt from “The Beverly Hillbillies”
Excerpt from “The African Queen”
Excerpt from “Rooster Coburn”
Midnight at the Oasis” Maria Muldauer
“Mexico” James Taylor