Seattle radio personalities Pat Cashman and Lisa Foster are back and this time they're on demand! Get some Q-Tips and let the awesomeness spill into your ears. It's lovin time.
Love In A Feed Store
Pat and Lisa start off this episode with another Peculiar Passing. Lisa ventured out to Eastern Washington and it wasn’t pleasant. Have you ever left a voice message and THOUGHT you hung up, but didn’t? Also, Lisa hasn’t been on a date in 8 years, but her recently widowed Aunt …
Cowpox Will Give Ya Horns
Some people blame this podcast for the bad luck of the people Pat and Lisa talk about. Mort Sahl is gone, but the memories will always go on. Seems like the argument over vaccines is decades old. Lisa wants to eat magic mushrooms. And she will. And “Mrs. Cashman” is …
I’ll Stick A Pin In Ya
Lisa is worried that Pat’s common cold is COVID. Stacking firewood is good mindless work. Pat and Lisa talk about the scary movies they saw as a kid (and shouldn’t have). And, Pat puts Lisa to the test with a couple of ethical questions. “Don’t make me mad or else!” …
Got any autographs from famous people? Lisa has Rembrandt’s autograph. Right next to Pat’s. Goodbye to the very funny Norm MacDonald. Lisa bought Pat another dumb birthday present. Pat is voted most likely to be late. Pat and Patty goof off in the grocery store. Songs in this episode: …
Twenty Years Later
Pat is shocked that Lisa doesn’t like the Andy Griffith show. We say goodbye to Ed Asner and Willard Scott. What do you put on your hotdog? And, relive some really powerful, emotional audio from the the 9/11 terrorist attack with our own Tami Michaels on KOMO radio in 2001. …
Want Us Some Butterhorns
Sadly, lots of deaths in the music world recently. And we want to thank our PecPod contributors! Pat and Lisa reminisce about the beloved butterhorn pastry thanks to our listener Bill Kuder. How often do you sprinkle your life with some slapstick? Dollar stores are popping up everywhere now. Songs …
Hey Pat, I remember vividly the morning of 9-11,I was listening to your show. You had announced that a plane had struck the World Trade Center. I don’t think you were aware of the seriousness at that first announcement as it gave me the thought that perhaps a Cessna had hit the tower. It became clear very quickly what was going on and you did a great on-air job keeping us informed.
Thank you and Lisa for all the entertainment over all these years!
Peculiar and then some
I tuned in because I used to watch “Peculiar Playhouse” - really! I even had a friend who worked at the station where it aired copy it onto VHS - and I’ve since transferred it to DVD - but that’s my cross to bear. The point is, I kept on listening! These two are funny! But don’t trust me, try an episode. Or two or ten...
Makes me laugh everytime. Too long between episodes. Where in the hell are you????