Steve and other guardians of children (and dummies) have written their congressman and have a law passed to outlaw peanut butter. But Harry has his jones's man and needs his fix.
Also Washboard Jungle a crazy fun group sing "Bas Tat" about walking the moors without a hat.
And Harry sings a song called Skippetybopbebop based on the old blues song Diddywadiddy.
Harry is getting fed up with his new found religion (The Nut Religion) when he finds himself thrust in the middle of a holy war against The Nudnik Religion. He just wants to act like a nut not start fighting the nudniks. But his supreme teacher Marmalade Ice noggle insists.
Also David Heitler-Klevans sings a Charlie King song "No one get killed at our house" Why? Because he doesn't own a television.
And Harry sings a song about a really crappy car he has to drive. The fuzzy dice are made of lead, when he goes 'round a bend, they smash him in the head...
Harry has joined the Nut Religion. He finds spiritual solace in acting like a nut. And the nuttier the better. Also Lyn Hardy and Diane Senabria sing a Mark Graham song "Zen Gospel".
Steve and Harry sing how they miss New York City of the 70's. You know, when there were rats in the streets and lots of crime. You know, the good old days.
If Judy Garland married Howdy Doody her name would be Judy Doody. Get it? Well there are a lot more where that came from.
Also Trout Fishing in America are Steve's guests and they're singing an original Boiled Okra and Spinach.
Steve sings a song that he wrote after he had a dream (true story) It's called They are a Hairy Bunch.
And Harry sings his own song I Married My Shoe.
You've heard of Grandma Moses, the primitive painter? Well Harry accuses Steve of being a primitive comic. So Harry gives Steve lessons to up the quality of his work.
Also Nancy Tucker is Steve's guest singing a song she wrote "Piano"
And Steve and Harry sing an old Tin Pan Alley song "Goofus.
Christine Lavin is Steve's guest again. She sings a song about not being able to find her glasses. Sound familiar?
Also Harry's three long lost brothers have taken the inheritance from their uncle and bought a hat factory. Steve doubts it'll be a successful, I mean after all, they are dummies.
Also Steve and Harry sing an old song from 1893 "I've been to Gay Paree".
Multiple grammy award winner, Peter Schickele, creator of PDQ Bach and very funny guy is singing a song he wrote "Fat Cats".
Also Harry's three long lost brothers have put an ad in the paper looking for Harry so he can claim his inheritance from an uncle. They show up in the studio and man it's going to be tough for Steve to make four voices talk at the same time.
You like knock-knocks? No? Then skip over this podcast. But if you do like 'em. Then this is the place for you. Not only does Harry have like a million knock-knocks, but Steve plays with Jay Ungar and Molly Mason from his Scholastic album "The Riddle Kings Riddle Songs". There's also a live segment from Steve's first CD where Harry wrecks havoc with one particular knock-knock joke. In other words, a good time is had by all.