I Want To Hug You and Kiss You

Lisa (surprisingly!) wants to know how sports are being affected by the Coronavirus quarantines. And your house is now your office, your gym, your school and your entertainment. And what are folks limited to buying at the store? Are drive in theaters making a comeback now?



Songs in this episode:

  • “When I Get to Heaven” John Prine
  • “Angel From Montgomery” Bonnie Raitt and John Prine
  • Tom Dempsey’s 63 yard field goal (courtesy NFL films)
  • Al Kaline highlight (courtesy MLB)
  • “I Want to Hug You” John Lee Hooker
  • Excerpt from vintage TV from 1950’s: Clark Kent for Kellogg’s Sugar Frosted Flakes
  • “Two Ton Tessie” Tessie O’Shea
  • Excerpts from vintage drive-in movie ads
  • “Old Days” Chicago
  • “A Summer Song” Chad and Jeremy
  • “Just Dropped In (to See What Condition My Condition Was in)” Kenny Rogers and the First Edition
  • “I Just Called to Say I Love You” Stevie Wonder
  • “Money (That’s What I Want)” Barrett Strong
  • “Burn Me Out” Fozzy
  • “Operator” Jim Croce
  • Think music from “Jeopardy”
  • Excerpt from motion picture “Best in Show” (Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara)
  • Excerpt from TV show “Schitt’s Creek”
  • “I’m Sorry” Brenda Lee
  • “Gimme Me Some Truth” John Lennon
  • “I’m Down” The Beatles
  • “Mercy, Mercy Me (the Ecology Song)” Marvin Gaye
  • “Mother Earth” Eric Burdon and War
  • “Horse With No Name” America

Just 2 Six-Packs Away

Lisa is concerned about a new bad habit she’s developed. Pat gives Lisa driving tips, and how much are you willing to cheat to use the HOV lane?  Pat has some nostalgic thoughts about how the workplace USED to be. When is it ever ok to pick your nose in public?

Pat's Ironing Board

“This should really make this chore super simple”

Songs in this episode:

“Down in the Boondocks’ Billy Joe Royal (1964)

“Have I Told You Lately?” Van Morrison
“Commotiion” CCR
“Signs” Five Man Electrical Band
“Two Six Packs Away” Dave Dudley
Excerpt from “Duel” TV motion picture
“Six Days on the Road” Taj Mahal
“I’m a Truck” Red Simpson
“Golden Slippers” Tom Rousch
“Teddy Bear” Elvis
“Too Fat Polka” Arthur Godfrey
“I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” Hank Williams
“Kansas City Star” Roger Miller
“Na Na Hey Hey” The C. Norman Ensemble of the First Baptist Church of Crown Heights