For those of you who like one of those Dadaesque episodes, you might like this. Harry's hands are in love and he has to keep them separate to observe decorum. I mean you know, they either get married or they have to stay separated. That's why one of them has a glove on.
Also Robin and Linda Williams are guests. They were regulars on Prairie Home Companion.
Steve and Harry like to open their store (and their minds) occasionally. It's an unusual store. It makes Amazon and other on-line shopping sites pale in comparison. Why? Because in this store you can get anything. No really. And the customers ask for the weirdest things. But they have it.
Harry put his tooth under his pillow but missed the little tyke (whose name is Benny) so he asked the Toothfairy to get it back, only she gave him Dracula's tooth instead.
Also David Devine does an excellent song "Welcome Mat" and Steve and Harry sing "Soda, Soda, Soda from their Youtube channel.
Harry's gotten some very interesting tattoos. Don't worry they're the kind you can just rub off...except his don't. Sandpaper anyone?
And Peter Schickele, grammy award winner and creator of PDQ Bach, sings his original "Fat Cats".
And Steve and Harry sing the school song for National Embalmers
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.