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Here you can browse our archives, which range from last week all the back to 1970! A new episode is added each Saturday morning, and older items are added to the archives each Sunday evening.

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FATHER'S DAY:Happy Father's Day from Dr. Demento! Father's Day humor tends to be somewhat less respectful than what you might hear on Mother's Day..."When The Mush Begins To Rush Down Father's Vest," for instance, or Brian Wilson's ode to his father Murry, "I'm Bugged At My Old Man." We'll also hear Shel Silverstein's "Father Of A Boy Named Sue," and a song that gets right down to the heart of fatherhood, "I'm Gonna Procreate" by Worm Quartet. We'll also hear, among many others, Stan Freberg's very first hit record, "John and Marsha," and that Odd Couple Tony Randall and Jack Klugman singing "When Banana Skins Are Falling, I'll Come Sliding Back To You." Jun 18, 2006
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