Nothing Will Be Done

Pat and Lisa talk about the terror of gun violence. There is a 100% chance of another mass shooting. And, in a lighter vein, they discuss drunken online shopping – which is a HUGE business. Also, mosquitoes and bees are not to be messed with.




Songs in this episode:

“Ring of Fire” Johnny Cashman
“Happiness is a Warm Gun” The Beatles
“I Gotta Get Drunk” Willie Nelson
“Drunk” Jimmy Liggins (1953)
“Night Moves” Bob Seger
“She Loves You” The Beatles
“409” The Beach Boys
“My Dog Has Fleas–Earl’s Song” Mark Decker and the Hogtown Heroes
“Sting of the Bumblebee” Man ‘O War
“The Moth” Aimee Mann
“Another One Bites the Dust” Queen
“Put a Smile on Your Face” Durand Jones and the Indications
“Music for Victory” (Russian march)
“Jeopardy” Think music
“Hummingbird” Seals and Crofts

It’s Tough Being A Loser

Lisa starts a diet…and isn’t doing so well. Pat and Lisa read listener emails. Also, it’s time to revisit the Reign of Terror against “The Man”. Pat and Lisa talk about the NFL kneeling protests.

Songs in this episode:

  • “Up Up and Away” The Fifth Dimension
  • Excerpt from “The Westerner” (1940)
  • “I Think I’ll Sit Here and Drink” George Jones
  • “She’s So Heavy” The Beatles
  • “The Diet Song” Bobby Bare
  • “Give Peace a Chance” John Lennon
  • “Penny Lane” Kenny Rankin
  • “Drinking Wine (Spo-Dee-O-Dee)” 1947 Stick McGhee
  • “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning” (1952) Peggy Lee
  • “You Sure Love to Ball” Marvin Gaye
  • Theme from “Mr. Ed”
  • Compilation of Trump saying ‘Yuge’ from You Tube
  • “The Shortest Song in the World” Kenny Price
  • Excerpt from “Maude”
  • Excerpt from “The Golden Girls”
  • “Upside Down” Diana Ross
  • “I Got Fired” Godknott

A Barrel Full of Monkeys

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.

monkey with a gun

            “That’s not even a little bit funny.”

Songs in this episode:

Mickey Mouse Club March

Disney’s “The Hardy Boys” opening
“Toby Tyler” excerpt
“The Today Show” excerpt (early 1950’s)
“One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer” John Lee Hooker
“The Hathaways” excerpt
“Lancelot Link” excerpt
“Hey, Hey We’re the Monkees” The Monkees
“Lost in Space” Excerpt
“It’s a Good Life” episode of “The Twilight Zone” excerpt
Billy Mumy interview from “Emmy TV
“Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette” Tex Williams and The Western Caravan (1947)
“Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” Dinah Shore (1940)
“I Can Help” Billy Swan
“Muskrat Love” America
“Hot Chili” Steve Miller Band
“Upside Down” Diana Ross
“Time After Time” Tony Bennett
“Upside Down” Jack Johnson

Put The Pedal To The Metal

Pat does Lisa a favor, and gets a ticket for it.  Also, how do you handle the holiday dinner-time prayer when you don’t ever pray?  And listen as Pat and Lisa give you holiday traveling tips to get past the TSA without getting groped.

Speeding Ticket

I don’t care WHO you are, Pat Cashman, you broke the law.

Sex Sells

Lisa considers a new career, Pat thinks Tom Cruise had it comin’, and Daisy humps Elliott – again.


I sell sex and I’m RICH!

They Say It’s Your Birthday

The sad news of the passing of our friend Chris Wedes who played JP Patches, came during our taping of the last portion of this episode.  After hearing the news, we went back into the studio to add a special segment in his honor.  We hope you will listen, and remember him with love and fondness.

Rest In Peace JP – you will always be in our hearts.