As a holiday treat (and because we need a break but don't want to leave you without a lifeline to fun during the holiday season!), we're unlocking one of our Patreon eps that we recorded back in July. July 4th left us feeling depressed this year (you can look up what was going on in the news - there was an anti-semitic mass shooting, among other things), until our pal Bridger Winegar brought a song into our lives that truly lifted our spirits. That song? "Mrs. Claus". I can't say that much more here - you're going to have to hear it yourself, but just to explain, the song buoyed us so much that we had to invite Bridger onto the Paetch to break it down for us. And break it down, we do! Enjoy and have a great holiday!
While this episode breaks the usual format, if you like what you hear, why not support the show on Patreon (two extra exclusive episodes a month!)? Or with a t-shirt (or a Jewboo shirt) and check out clips on YouTube! (Every once in a while we'll do a Twitch show, if you want to also follow us there). Plus! Check out Andy's old casiopop band's lost album! And discounted Couples Therapy Quarantine Crew t-shirts here (if you don't get one, we're gonna have A LOT of nightshirts over at the ol' Beckperigin household!)!
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