Headless But Happy

Pat and Lisa talk about lame TV- and surprise – they disagree.  Also, Pat remembers when he was a vegan. WAS.  And Pat tells Lisa a real “feel good” story.

Songs in this episode:

  • “End of the Line” Traveling Wilburys
  • “Gone Fishin'” Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong
  • “The Hunting Song” Tom Lehrer
  • “Turkey in the Straw” Music of Disney
  • “Cool Water” Sons of the Pioneers
  • “I Think You’re Swell” Matt Bennett
  • “William Tell Overture” Spike Jones and his City Slickers
  • “Here’s to the Losers” Frank Sinatra
  • “Stranger on the Shore” The Spencer Watt Band

We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Producers!

Pat’s shirt is on inside-out – an actual producer might have caught that, however…  Also, why the heck does fast-food look so ding-dang good on TV but not in person? And find out which celebrity Pat looks like!

You look shorter in person than you do on TV.

You look shorter in person than you do on TV.

 

Songs in this episode:

“Harvest Moon” Neil Young
“Noise Noise Noise” The Damned
“Gort/The Visor” from “The Day the Earth Stood Still.” Bernard Herrman
“It’s a Small, Small World” Music of Disney

 

Nature Always Wins

Pat and Lisa dive into the gay Boy Scout’s pool; Pat shares a sad story about a porcupine.  And Lisa is worried she has scarred a young boy for life.  Also, are we taking environmental awareness a wee bit too seriously?

 

I MIGHT be gay!

I MIGHT be gay!

 

 

Slaps On The Haircut

Pat puts on a bald cap (slaps on the haircut!) and kills it as a Breaking Bad character.  Also, The Skagit River Bridge catastrophe gets the Pat and Lisa treatment. And, Lisa has a new man in her life who wants to mark his new territory. And finally, a spider makes a guest appearance during the podcast.

Yes, I am Pat Cashman, and I am Breaking Bad.

Yes, I am Pat Cashman, and I am Breaking Bad.

 

 

Songs in this episode:

“All Day Music” War
“There’s an 18 Wheeler” Bobby Bare
“I Found My Best Friend in the Dog Pound” Jesse Lee Jones
Music from movie “It Came From Outer Space” Herman Stein