It’s Magic You Dummy

Pat and Lisa try to figure out ventriloquism and magic. Trump declares his love for Lisa, sort of. Pat and Lisa remember the wonderful actor Robert Forster. Also, what are your favorite black and white movies? Phrases that make Pat crazy, and Rolling Stone’s list of the all time best singers.

Songs and audio clips in this episode:

“Lisa, Listen to Me!” Blood, Sweat and Tears

“Pretty Woman” Karel Gott

“Are You Sleeping, Brother John? (Frere’ Jacques) Loo Loo

“Dominique” Jeannine Deckers of Belgium (1963)

“Sukiyaki” Kyu Sakamoato 

(1962)1960″s ‘Nestle’s Quik” commercial with Jimmy Nelson and Friends

Jeff Dunham bit via Netflix special

“Do You Believe in Magic?” The Lovin’ Spoonful

“White Room” Cream

Excerpt from the documentary “Beware of Mr. Baker

Interview excerpt: With Robert Forster

Excerpts from motion pictures: “Casablanca”, “Citizen Kane”, “To Kill a   Mockingbird”, “Some Like it Hot” and “Young Frankenstein

“Medicare Helpline commericial (2019)

“If I Can Dream” Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

“Like a Rolling Stone” Bob Dylan

Edited excerpt from “It’s a Man’s World” with Luciano Pavarotti and James Brown

Whatta Man Whatta Man

Pat peppers this episode with 3 jokes. 2 of them are pretty good. Does Mr. Rogers have the answer to what it means to be “a man”?



Songs in this episode:

  • “The Blue Tail Fly (Jimmy Crack Cornb)” Burl Ives
  • “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” The Platters
  • Excerpt from the motion picture “The Shining”
  • “Fire and Ice” Pat Benatar
  • “We Are Family” Sister Sledge
  • Excerpt from “Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood”
  • Excerpt from CBS’s “Sunday Morning”
  • Excerpt from Rona Barrett/Donald Trump interview (1980)
  • Donald Trump excerpts from You Tube
  • Sara Jane Moore interview (CNN)
  • “Breaking Glass” Nick Lowe
  • “Year of the Cat” Al Stewart
  • “Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie” Jay and the Techniques
  • “Pouring Water on a Drowning Man” James Carr

Come On Baby, Let’s Do The Titty Twister

Lisa tackles her home lighting project again. Pat offers to help, but Lisa politely declines. Lisa catches a stranger throwing stuff away in her recycle bin. As you get older, do you complain more? And, Pat and Lisa discuss childhood pranks like noogies, titty twisters, swirlies and more.


“Dammit! I didn’t even see that kid coming.”



Songs in this episode:

  • “Young Girl” Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
  • “Lady Willpower” ”   ”    “
  • “Woman Woman”    ”    ”   “
  • “Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee” Stick MCGhee
  • “Blinded by the Light” Manfred Mann
  • “Ain’t No Sunshine” Bill Withers
  • “Grandma’s Hands”   ”    “
  • “Happy Birthday to Me” Hank Locklin
  • “Panic Day” Green Day
  • “Tragedy” The Bee Gees
  • “I’m Bored” Iggy Pop
  • “Everybody Hurts” R.E.M.
  • “Keep on Smiling” Wet Willie
  • Excerpt from “The Wizard of Oz” (1939)
  • “London Bridge is Falling Down” The Countdown Kids

Quit Scratching That

Pat and Lisa discuss the impact of late night satire on the current political climate. Find out why Pat has 10 back scratchers. And Lisa surprisingly defends Bill O’Reilly’s $25 million dollar contract pay out.


Songs in this episode:

  • “Theme from Rawhide” Frankie Laine
  • “Line ’em Up” James Taylor
  • “You Don’t Know Me” Ray Charles
  • SNL excerpt
  • Excerpt from “The Edge” Fox 1992
  • Excerpt from “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon”
  • “Scratch My Back” Elvis
  • “Big Black Dog” Humble Pie
  • “Barbed Wire and Roses” Pinmonkey
  • “Good, Bad and Ugly” theme, Ennio Morricone
  • “The Swimming Song” Loudon Wainwright III
  • “Itsy Bitsy, Teenie Weenie, Yellow Polka Dot Bikini” Brian Hyland
  • “Mad Ruth/The Babe” Danny O’Keefe
  • “Yellow River” Christie
  • “Baby Scratch My Back” Slim Harpo