Walk Your Own Walk

Pat and Lisa are back from a merry Seattle Radio Theater performance. Also, they refuse to bow to “the man” by using store branding terms. Lisa has trust issues brought on by the Miss Universe debacle. Pat stifles his sneezes and Lisa lets her “blast on out”.


      “I’d like an order of  grande mexi-tots, please.”

Songs in this episode:

“Time is Tight” Booker T and the MG’s
Excerpt from “Gardening with Ciscoe” Courtesy KING TV
“I’m Walkin'” Fats Domino
Excerpt “Miss Universe 2105” broadcast
Prelude “The Day the Earth Stood Still” soundtrack
“The Spelling Mistakes Song” from Kids TV
The streaking moment from The Oscars; David Niven presenting
“Schadenfreude” Avene Q (“Broadway musical 20003 Tony Award winner)
“Taxi” Harry Chapin
“I Am the Walrus” The Beatles
“The Sharing Song” Jack Johnson
“Cool” Lou Busch and His Orchestra

Be Clean and Sanitary!

Pat and Lisa talk about the podcast possibly being named the BEST. Not that they care about that. *Note – Lisa says voting ends Oct 19, but it really ends Oct 24th!) Also, what is the MOST sanitary way to use a toilet? And no more Saturday cartoons??!!

Be Clean






Songs in this episode:

“Did You Get Healed?” Van Morrison

“Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter” Nat King Cole
“Yogi Bear” theme
“H.R. Pufnstuff” theme
“George of the Jungle” theme
“Rin Tin Tin” theme
“The Long Ranger” theme
“Land of the Lost” theme
“Johnny Quest” theme
“Captain Kangaroo” theme
Don LeFontaine excerpts
Disney trailer “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”
“Thank You” Sly and the Family Stone


There’s No Room In The Closet

Pat and Lisa discuss “coming out”, and discover that Pat’s sense of “naughty” has come a long way in 20 years! Also, find out why Pat is the worst babysitter in the world. And Lisa is only comfortable in situations where she can “cut-and-run”. So Pat is going to help her.  Maybe.

Should I stay in, or come out?

Should I stay in, or come out?

Songs in this episode:

“And Away We Go” Jackie Gleason
“Deck the Halls” Spike Jones and the City Slickers
“Night and Day” (Cole Porter) Ella Fitzgerald
“Puttin’ on the Ritz” (Irving Berlin) Taco
“Come Runnin'” Van Morrison
Excerpt from NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams
“Missing You—the Incandescent Light Bulb song” Remy
“Blinded by the Light” (Bruce Springsteen) Manfred Mann’s Earth Band


Joel McHale as Maxmillion Part 2

Part 2 of this Peculiar Classic – Joel McHale as Maxmillion, the fortune-cookie-eating psychic on The Pat Cashman Morning Radio Show.  Originally aired June 2002.

Joel McHale as Maxmillion Part 1

A Peculiar Classic: Joel McHale drops in on the Pat Cashman Morning Radio Show to reprise his role as “Maxmillion”, the fortune-cookie-eating psychic. Originally aired June 2002.