I Want To Be Alone With a Bunch Of People

Pat and Lisa talk about some of the challenges of the Covid19 coronavirus quarantine – is it better to alone or with others? We lost Kenny Rogers and then, Bill Withers. What are some of the jobs that are still safe to do during the pandemic?

Songs in this episode:

  • “Use Me” Bill Withers
  • “Lean on Me” Bill Withers
  • “Ain’t No Sunshine” Bill Withers
  • “I’m So Lonesome I Could Try” Hank Williams
  • Excerpt from the TV show Almost Live! (Courtesy KING TV, Seattle)
  • “Lucille” Kenny Rogers
  • “The Impossible Dream” Jim Nabors
  • “I Had a Dream Last Night” Randy Newman
  • “Where There Walks a Logger, There Walks a Man” Buzz Martin
  • News excerpt from KOMO TV News
  • “Seems Like the World is Out of Toilet Paper” Moron Brothers
  • “She Wears a Mask” Machine Translations
  • TV ad “Jimmy Crumpacker for Congress”
  • Excerpt from “The Tiger KIng” Netflix
  • “Red Right Hand” Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (Theme from Peaky Blinders, Netflix)
  • Excerpts from Alfred Hitchock Presents
  • “Lyin’ Eyes” The Eagles
  • “Maniacs in Living Hell” Mal Sharpe and Jim Coyle
  • “Love Will Keep Us Alive” The Eagle

Wash Your Cough and Cover Your Hands

Pat and Lisa talk about the impact of COVID19 – and the news changes minute by minute. Help your neighbors if you can! And price gouging during a crisis is a given – it’s WRONG but it’s a given. Why the run on toilet paper? Did you ever steal stuff from work?

Songs in this episode:

My Favorite Things” McCoy Tyner”Occam’s Razon” Frank Zappa”Next Door Neighbor” Gary Clark, Jr.Excerpt from CBS News”Dramatic Irony” The Say Hi Band”Spaceman” Harry Nilsson”Ode to the Little Old Shack Out Back” (1965) Billy Edd Wheeler”Slow Hand” The Pointer Sisters”Oklahoma” Gordon MacRaeTheme from “Mr. Ed””I Can See Clearly Now’ Johnny Nash”Sadness and Sorrow” Naruto”The Coldest Days of My Life” The Chi-Lites”Boogie Shoes” KC and the Sunshine Band”Boogie Shoes” Glee Cast Version

No Dignity in the Bathroom

Pat and Lisa shine the spotlight on reality TV,  how 18 inches can improve your life, and the personal hell of being a “big guy”.

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