We’ll Check In With The Missus

Music memories. Political ads. TSA. Employee Handbook. Corpse flower. Smelly beaches. Tip screens. Climate Change. Sears.

“The handbook says I have to call you Missus”



Songs in this episode:

“Eleanor Rigby” The Beatles
“Tomorrow Never Knows” The Beatles
“Here Comes the Sun” The Beatles
“A Day in the Life” The Beatles
“Spirit in the Sky” Norman Greenbaum
“La Grange” ZZ Top
“They’re Coming to Take Me Away” Napoleon XIV
“Marching Off to Bedlam” Napoleon XIV
“The Best of Marcel Marceao” (sic)
Excerpt from “K-Tel” commercial
“I Fought the Law” The Clash
“I Smell a Rat” Howlin’ Wolf
“I’m So Tired” The Beatles
“Do You Care?” Ryan Riback
“Wives and Lovers” Jack Jones
“The Master’s Eyes” Van Morrison
“That Smell” Lynyrd Skynyrd
“Clean Up Woman” Betty Wright
“Ode to the Little Old Shack Out Back” Billy Edd Wheeler
“Wives and Lovers” Nancy Wilson

My Cheapskate Valentine

Valentine’s Day is not for lovers, it’s for cheapskates.  What flower arrangement is the most popular? (it ain’t red roses, babies!) Also, listen as Pat ruins one of Lisa’s favorite candy addictions. Find out what happens when you THINK you’ve scored some chick’s digits, and well, you really didn’t.

This is LOVE!

Songs in this episode (click to purchase and download)