No Job Too Small

A “Peculiar Classic” radio phone call audio clip leads off our episode (hint – she’s not a fan of Lisa!). Pat and Lisa pay tribute to late great voice talent June Foray. Find out what the Museum of Failure contains. And another “Peculiar Classic” ends this episode – “No Job Too Big or Too Small”.



Songs in this episode: 

  • “Take Me to the River” Al Green
  • “Surprise Surprise” Bruce Springsteen
  • Excerpt from “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” Boris Karloff and June Foray
  • “The Banana Boat Song (Day-O)” Stan Freberg and Daws Butler
  • Excerpt from “St. George and the Dragonet” Stan Freberg and June Foray
  • Excerpt from “Running Legend Steve Prefontaine”
  • “Teach Your Children” Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young”
  • “The Leader of the Pack” The Shangrilas
  • Excerpt from the motion picture “The Christmas Story”
  • Excerpt from “The Jimmy Kimmel Show”
  • “The 2000 Year Old Man” Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner
  • “Most Ridiculous As Seen on TV Products” You Tube excerpt
  • Excerpt “Frosted Flakes” commercial
  • Excerpt “Irish Springs” commercial
  • Excerpt “Lucky Charms” commercial (1966)
  • “Fascinating People” sketch from “Almost Live!” KING TV

We Bow to You Mr. Freberg

Pat and Lisa talk about “teasing” segments in radio, the biggest evil of radio, how radio ratings work. Also, Pat and Lisa remember the late great Stan Freburg in this special tribute episode.

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                          Stan Freberg ~ 1926-2015


Songs in this episode:

Whole Lotta Love” King Curtis and the Kingpins
“Fools Rush In” Frank Sinatra
Excerpt from ‘The Phil Hendry Show”
“Rocking Chair” Hoagy Carmichael
“Colour My World” Chicago
“Fool on the Hill” The Beatles
“Carmen-Habernera” Georges Bizet
“Heartbreak Hotel” Stan Freberg
“Banana Boat” Stan Freberg
“Dragnet” Theme
“St. George and the Dragonet” Stan Freberg
“Today the Pits; Tomorrow the Wrinkles” (Sunsweet Pitted Prunes commercial—Stan Freberg
Excerpt from “The Fabulous Sports Babe” radio show
“Harlem Nocturne” Martin Denny
“John and Marsha” Stan Freberg