A special encore presentation of the KOMO morning radio show with Pat Cashman 19 years ago on September 11, 2001, the day the terrorist planes hit and changed our world forever. Photo Attribution: Michael Foran
Are monkeys in showbiz funny or creepy? Pat explains the Mr. Stubbs drinking game. Lisa explains the pain of a mammogram. And, bad news, bacon can hurt your butt. Also, Pat and Lisa talk about the daylight savings time controversy as well as the recyling lie. …
Pat says goodbye and Lisa dances one last time on the radio in this last segment of The Pat Cashman Morning Show, originally aired September 6, 2002.
Radio programming consultant Brad Liggens suggests to Pat that they have celebrities strip on the air to boost ratings – Pat’s against it, and Lisa likes it. Originally aired August 2001.
It’s Pat’s one year anniversary at the radio station, and he gets a bit bent out of shape over the radio station’s ratings rewards.
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.