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

Squirmin’ Sherman

Lisa gets a new puppy, and is not sure she is cut out for it. She gets SOME emotional support from Pat and Patty Cashman (spoiler… she keeps the puppy!) And, Pat shares some new annoyances that are bugging him.


“Hello Cutie… don’t drive me nuts…”



Songs in this episode:

“Querida” – Juan Gabriel

Excerpt from “The Conquerors” Episode 8 “Sherman’s March to the Sea”

“Giving You the Best That I Got” – Anita Baker

Excerpt from “Peabody & Sherman”

Excerpt from “The Simpsons”

“Schadenfreude” Song