No I Can Do It Myself

Lisa has managed to lose 24 pounds during the pandemic quarantine. Pat’s mom used to tell him “eat the fat…. it’s good for you!” Pat and Lisa talk about the books they are currently reading. Also we are so bored, zippers are interesting now.

 

 

Songs in this episode:

  • Theme from “Leave it to Beaver”
  • Excerpt featuring “Eddie Haskell”
  • Excerpt from “Seinfeld’
  • Excerpt from “Hate” routine Stiller and Meara
  • “My Boy Lollipo[p” Millie Small
  • “You Turn Me On” Ian Whitcomb (1966)
  • Phyllis George tribute—CBS News
  • “Clean Up Woman” Betty WRight
  • “No Pain, No Gain” Betty Wright
  • “Fat” Weird Al Yankovic
  • Oprah “Weight Watcher’s” commericial
  • “Weight Watcher’s” spoof
  • USA Consumer Group PSA
  • “Ain’t No Sunshine” Bill Withers
  • The “Godfather” Theme
  • “One” Three Dog Night

 

We Need Toilet Paper

Pat and Lisa learn they were once in one of the most psychopathic-filled professions. Leaves are no substitute for good ol’ toilet paper. Ted Crackerwagon joins the podcast for a breaking news story. And Oprah loves bread.

ToiletPapers

       “This should last me a couple of hours…”

 

Songs in this episode:

“Here Come’s the Sun” The Beatles

“Bread and Butter” The Newbeats
“Guantanamera” The Sandpipers
“Crazy” Patsy Cline (written by Willie Nelson)
KJR radio jiingles
Excerpt of Larry Mack, preacher
“Takin’ Care of Business” Bachman Turner Overdrive
“They’re Coming to Take Me Away” Napoleon XIV
“Hair” The Cowsills
“Rag Mama Rag” The Band
“Hello, Muddah; Hello, Fadduh” Allan Sherman
“Dead Skunk” Loudon Wainwright III
“Run Run Run” Phoenix
Excerpt from TV show “Louis”
“Easy to be Hard” Three Dog Night
Excerpt from Weight Watcher commercial with Oprah
“Waiting for the Worms” Pink Floyd
“I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water” Stonewall Jackson
“Baby Ima Want You” Bread

Pants On Fire

Is it “bald-faced”, or “bold-faced” lie? Either way, big, fat lies are the norm, it seems.  Pat and Lisa talk about the latest big fat lies in the news and some of the reasons we ALL lie! Also, find out the shocking way in which Pat competed in his junior high locker room.

I swear I am telling the TRUTH!

I swear I am telling the TRUTH!

 

 

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