Comedian Pat Godwin joins the Captain as he sings us some hilarious tunes about Jimmy Buffet retirement communities and Off The Hook Comedy Club. They also discuss how Pat Godwin got his beginning as a comedian!
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Pat Godwin: ♪ Off the Hook, ♪ ♪ Brien and his dad are pretty good cooks, at Off The Hook. ♪ ♪ Oh, Off The Hook Comedy Club ♪ ♪ gonna be there all week, til Friday, havin’ fun. ♪ ♪ Naples, Florida come on down, ♪ ♪ fly down, drive over, swim over, Off the Hook. ♪ ♪ It’s off the chain, Off the Hook. ♪ ♪ ‘Cause there’s a lot of fishing going on, ♪ ♪ that’s why it’s called off the hook. ♪ We’re gonna have fun, right?
Captain Brien: We are gonna have a good time man, we’re live. This is the Captain’s Log, comedian Pat Godwin. First time anyone’s jammed on the guitar on the captain’s log, buddy.
Pat Godwin: Right? It’s fun.
Captain Brien: It really is, it’s a good time, and I’m gonna just share this now on your page so people see you. And you’re gonna be live. This is the first time you did that!
Pat Godwin: Yeah, that’s pretty cool.
Captain Brien: Thank you.
Pat Godwin: He’s, Brien is teaching me a lot of new things today.
Captain Brien: I’m gonna get you back into the–
Pat Godwin: I’m kind of old school.
Captain Brien: Into the new age, bro. Into the new age, we’re doin’ it. So we’re headin’ out. We just left 105.5 The Beat.
Pat Godwin: That was fun, those guys are great.
Captain Brien: I wanna hear… play me a tune.
Pat Godwin: You wanna hear the Buffet thing?
Captain Brien: Yeah, let’s hear the Buffet thing. We’re in Florida and it’s raining, so bring out the sun.
Pat Godwin: This is a perfect song for Florida, Jimmy Buffet started these retirement homes called Margaritaville, so this thing just kinda writes itself. ♪ Gettin’ a sponge bath, from one of the cute staff, ♪ ♪ all of us covered in lidocaine. ♪ ♪ Plugged in my CPAP, takin’ a long nap ♪ ♪ Brien, check out my leg, there’s a new spider vein. ♪
Captain Brien: We’re jammin’!
Pat Godwin: ♪ Spendin’ my golden years in ♪ ♪ Margaritaville Retirement Home. ♪ ♪ Searchin’ for my lost Epsom salt. ♪ Salt! Salt! Salt! ♪ Some people claim that it’s my memory to blame, ♪ ♪ But I don’t know. ♪ I, where was I? ♪ Fell off my scooter, chasin’ old Cooter ♪ ♪ Broke my hip, now it hurts to the bone. ♪ ♪ But there’s pills in the grinder ♪ ♪ And my nurse, I’ll remind her ♪ ♪ for that numbing concoction that helps me hang on. ♪ ♪ Hydrocodone, spendin’ my golden years in Margaritaville ♪ ♪ Retirement Home, searchin’ for my lost Epsom salts. ♪ Sing it! Salt! [Duo] – Salt, salt!
Pat Godwin: ♪ My family claims that it’s my, ♪ ♪ my family claims that it’s my, ♪ ♪ family claims that it’s my memory to blame, ♪ ♪ But I don’t know, I think I just pooped myself. ♪ Little bit of Margaritaville Retirement Home in the car, this is fun.
Captain Brien: That’s amazing. So, most people like to play the radio, me, I just bring the musicians
Pat Godwin: You hire a guy to come down.
Captain Brien: Yeah, keep em busy.
Pat Godwin: You fly em in the day before Hang out with me, just play music for me.
Captain Brien: I don’t wanna just drive around normally, you know, it’s boring.
Captain Brien: I like to put the whole concert in the car. So, tell me, this is, what, your second or third time we’ve had you down at the club?
Pat Godwin: Second time.
Captain Brien: Second time at the club.
Pat Godwin: Yeah, but we know each other because we worked together when you were involved with the improv up in Louisville.
Captain Brien: Yep, yep.
Pat Godwin: So you and I have known of each other for a while.
Captain Brien: That’s right, that’s right and you do the Bob and Tom show.
Pat Godwin: Yeah, I’m actually a member of the Bob and Tom show now, I got hired in January, so I get health insurance, and–
Captain Brien: I don’t have any health insurance for you, man. Good thing they do.
Pat Godwin: Right right? And we’re heard in like 150 markets, and they used to be down here in the Fort Myers area, and they’re gonna be soon, so maybe the next time I come down, we can really pack it out, so—
Captain Brien: Exciting, exciting.
Pat Godwin: But we’re having a really good time, it’s a great week. Valentine’s day is gonna be a lot of fun, cause I’m a very bitter guy on stage, in a funny way about–
Captain Brien: And you bring the love, though, you’re bringing the love.
Pat Godwin: I do, I love love. I’m very angry that I’m not with my wife anymore. That was a wonderful time. I mean, I am a huge fan of love.
Captain Brien: So–
Pat Godwin: And you too, you’re a huge fan of love.
Captain Brien: And you have some children.
Pat Godwin: I do, I have an eight-year-old, and I adopted my daughter, who’s now eighteen, and you’ve been going through some kind of, You’ve been doing a little bit of–
Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah, I did, I went through the divorce thing.
Pat Godwin: You know what defines the relationship? What was your wedding song? Because you were on the cruise ship.
Captain Brien: God, maybe that’s why I divorced, I can’t even remember.
Pat Godwin: My wedding song was “Highway to Hell” by ACDC.
Captain Brien: Oh, and there you go, so yeah.
Pat Godwin: No, my wedding song was actually Eric Clapton’s “Wonderful Tonight.” Do you remember yours?
Captain Brien: I don’t, I’m legitimately telling you, I cannot remember.
Pat Godwin: I’ll do a piece of my wedding song for you.
Captain Brien:- Okay, let’s hear it.
Pat Godwin: Now, Eric Clapton wrote this song, it’s a beautiful song, melodically. Lyrically, it’s a lie, it starts off fine, should have been changed. Here’s how it should’ve gone. ♪ It’s late in the evening, just wonderin’ ♪ ♪ what clothes to wear, just wonderin’ what clothes to wear ♪ ♪ She puts on her makeup, brushes her long blonde hair. ♪ ♪ And then she asks me, “Do I look alright?” ♪ ♪ And I said, “Hurry up!” ♪
Captain Brien: Yeah, you can’t!
Pat Godwin: ♪ You look fine, we’re supposed to be there at nine. ♪ We’re gonna have the guitar all week on stage, too, so you come by, it’ll be a very interactive show. I talk to you a little bit, don’t be nervous, no harm will come to you. It’s not like a heckle kind of a goofy thing. We have a really good time. We’re a very interactive show, and your club is phenomenal ’cause they’ve got low ceilings, it’s a very warm environment.
Captain Brien: So, when–
Pat Godwin: I’m looking forward to it.
Captain Brien: When she is late,
Pat Godwin: Yes sir?
Captain Brien: aren’t you supposed to say hurry up?
Pat Godwin: Yeah.
Captain Brien: Yeah, you are, right?
Pat Godwin: Absolutely
Captain Brien: I think that’s normal, I think it’s like, come on, we gotta go!
Pat Godwin: We gotta go, we have places to be.
Captain Brien: You wonder why we’re both…
Pat Godwin:- Does this dress make my butt look big? No, your butt makes your butt look big! Get in the car!
Captain Brien: That’s not the right answer either. I don’t have the right answers.
Pat Godwin: No, that’s not the right answer, obviously. Sittin’ here divorced. I’ve been divorced twice.
Captain Brien: Same.
Pat Godwin: Four years is my record, beating my old record of eight months back in 1996. I wish that was a joke, absolute truth.
Captain Brien: And you’re from where, originally?
Pat Godwin: Philadelphia area.
Captain Brien: Oh, Philly?
Pat Godwin: Yeah, I did music there for 10 years, had a couple albums out, and then the comedian Todd Glass got me involved in my first open mic.
Captain Brien: I know Todd, yeah.
Pat Godwin: My first open mic Todd Glass drug me to the, he didn’t drug me, he got me in the car,
Captain Brien: He dragged you.
Pat Godwin: He dragged me.
Captain Brien: Yeah.
Pat Godwin: And, boom, it opened up all these doors.
Captain Brien: And how did you know that you wanted to be a comic at the time?
Pat Godwin: You know, even when I was a kid, I always wanted to be a comic. I just thought, I was just too afraid of it. So I started to play music, and that really took off, and I had a couple albums out, like I’d said, but I really wanted to be a comedian. I was funny offstage, but man, being funny on stage is a whole different animal.
Captain Brien: Right, and the guitar helps you.
Pat Godwin: Absolutely helps me.
Captain Brien: Yeah.
Pat Godwin: ‘Cause that’s how I express myself. I’d be lost without it. I’m able to talk with it better, I’m comfortable, I’m actually a really shy guy without it, and I can talk, I don’t mumble, but I’m extraordinarily shy. When I put this on, everything changes.
Captain Brien: I noticed that, and a lot of comedians have kind of something that turns it on the whole time.
Pat Godwin: Yeah.
Captain Brien: Sometimes when the guys are funny nonstop–
Pat Godwin: That’s the ones you have to worry about.
Captain Brien: Yeah, I was gonna say, it gets a little off sometimes.
Pat Godwin: It’s really annoying.
Captain Brien:- Yeah. But I still enjoy it, I do really enjoy it. I appreciate you taking the ride with me, it wasn’t like you had a choice. We’re going to radio now on 103.9
Pat Godwin: I was in the trunk earlier.
Captain Brien: We’re headin’ to 103.9, Big Mama, we just left 105.5 The Beat with the Freakshow, we’re gonna see Jeff Zito on 96K-Rock.
Pat Godwin: Oh, cool.
Captain Brien: And then tomorrow, may hit gater country in the morning.
Pat Godwin: Absolutely.
Captain Brien: So that’ll be exciting. But if you are really wantin’ to get out and laugh and you don’t have any plans for Valentine’s Day, Pat’s show is phenomenal. I think I saw you probably three shows in a row on Carnival. Was I on the Allure, was that?
Pat Godwin: You were on the Oasis of the Allure.
Captain Brien: The Oasis. I saw you and my family’s like, “Why have we not brought Pat back?” And I said, “You know what? We need to bring him back.” And that was like, inspired
Pat Godwin: You saw like three shows in a row?
Captain Brien: I think I saw like three shows.
Pat Godwin: Oh, wow.
Captain Brien: Because the kids wanted to go see the shows, and they kept wanting
Pat Godwin: It was so fun.
Captain Brien: To go see, and it was a great, I mean the way you were able to interact with the crowd for all ages was phenomenal.
Pat Godwin: Yeah, that’s a tricky thing to do. You have to be, and that took having children to learn that kind of rapport. I know what makes my son laugh, and also you have to be very clean in that environment.
Captain Brien: Yeah.
Pat Godwin: So, and my son goes either way. But yeah, I learned how to do it by having children. So, I’m very lucky.
Captain Brien: Well we appreciated the show, and then that’s what sparked me to bring you back, ‘Cause I was like, “We need to have Pat. He’s funny as hell, why have I not had him on the show in a while?”
Pat Godwin: Yeah, my crowd work is very natural and organic, there’s nothing really planned about it. I just have been doing it long enough where I really enjoy it. And when an audience can bring the show to a different level, where they know it’s coming right out of your butt, it’s coming right off the top of your head, they just explode with laughter. It’s my favorite laughter, is the spontaneous laughter.
Captain Brien: Well I’m gonna put you on the spot again. Do you have another song you wanna play? I’m enjoying it.
Pat Godwin: Sure, what should we do? I’m just trying to think
Captain Brien: Make it happen, baby.
Pat Godwin: Bring it. Trying to think if I should go racy.
Captain Brien: Oh, you can go, this is live, you can do whatever you want.
Pat Godwin: Oh, okay. We’re gonna go a little racy. This is called “My Old-Timey Guy.” ♪ Way back when I was 22 ♪ ♪ everybody had hair down there. ♪ ♪ The girls in Playboy Magazine all had pubic hair. ♪ ♪ I liked to take a lady to lunch ♪ ♪ if there’s a little carpet to munch ♪ ♪ But nobody has pubes, anymore! ♪ Is that too far?
Captain Brien: No that’s good, that’s great.
Pat Godwin: Second verse, here we go.
Captain Brien: Shave ’em off. Get rid of them.
Pat Godwin: ♪ Went down to my local gym and all the guys ♪ ♪ there are hair free. ♪ ♪ I’m feeling self-conscious ♪ ♪ ’cause, Brien, downstairs, I’m Duck Dynasty. ♪ ♪ Shaved my pubes, had a heart attack, ♪ ♪ looks like a baby carrot playing hacky sack, ♪ ♪ aw, nobody has pubes anymore. ♪ Boom.
Captain Brien: Get rid of the pubes, done.
Pat Godwin: Get rid of ’em.
Captain Brien: It makes you look bigger, it’s good. It’s impressive. I have a doctor on the show every Tuesday, and he says, clean it, shave it up.
Pat Godwin: Shave it up.
Captain Brien: Yeah, make it look clean, yeah.
Pat Godwin: And I agree with him.
Captain Brien: I never got that memo, my brother said the same thing to me. “You’re single now, you need to do a little bit of trimming where”–
Pat Godwin: Yeah, a little manscape.
Captain Brien: A little manscape.
Captain Brien: Clean it up, clean it up. Go down, clean it up. Oh, “hey Paul, what’s goin’ on?”, Allen, what’s happenin’? We’re in Naples, Florida And I got comedian, Pat Godwin.
Pat Godwin: Hey, everybody.
Captain Brien: Okay, so, um, let’s do a giveaway, guys? 10 people, right now, if you want to go see the show tonight. It’s a 7:00 show. Pat Godwin. Use the promo code at OffTheHookComedy.com PG2019, Pat Godwin, PG2019, go on the website, OffTheHookComedy.com. I’m gonna give you 10 free tickets right now. The first 10 people that do it are winners. How can you say, how can you say no to that?
Pat Godwin: You can’t.
Captain Brien: You can’t, the guy’s gonna make you laugh, it’s free.
Pat Godwin: Absolutely.
Captain Brien: Here in Naples.
Pat Godwin: The whole time I’m on stage, I have a great time.
Captain Brien: You really do.
Pat Godwin: I really love what I do.
Captain Brien: You traveled all night, how’d that go last night?
Pat Godwin: It did not go well.
Pat Godwin: I fought with the ex on the way down texting, we have an issue back home.
Captain Brien: Oh, I want to do a show, The text-es from my exes.
Pat Godwin: Oh, you know?
Captain Brien: I think we should.
Pat Godwin: My ex, if I could just take a little bit of time here, she is younger than I am so she encouraged me to do what’s called the kids do the sex thing, you know?
Captain Brien: Yeah.
Pat Godwin: And I was very uncomfortable with it. And if you have an iPhone it’s very easy to text the wrong person.
Captain Brien: Right.
Pat Godwin: The first time I try it, I accidentally sent the text, “I love the way your nipples taste,” To my mom, and my mom texted back, “You have a great memory.” That’s in the show.
Captain Brien: I love that, I love that.
Pat Godwin: That’s from the act, that’s from the act.
Captain Brien: You had me though, on that.
Pat Godwin: Did I have you?
Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah, I was going along with it. That’s great.
Pat Godwin: The dude is doing his act in the car.
Captain Brien: No, that’s exciting, that’s exciting. We bring out the best in people in the Captain’s Log. It’s 13 years running now. So this is 13 years to get through Season One. And Season Two has gone off strong-
Pat Godwin: You know, I’m a big fan of your actual the Facebook live stuff. You don’t just do comedians, you’re like, you’re doing everything.
Captain Brien: I try to do everything, I try to trick people.
Pat Godwin: It’s very, very, very cool.
Captain Brien: Because then they get to watch me all the time.
Pat Godwin: I have to say that you are the best one at it.
Captain Brien: Oh, really, you like it?
Pat Godwin: Absolutely, I love it.
Captain Brien: Aw, thanks, man.
Pat Godwin: I’m not just saying that.
Captain Brien: This guy really is funny and lovable. How can you not like him?
Pat Godwin: It’d be nice if he was on time.
Captain Brien: Yeah, he’s late as shit, but you know what?
Pat Godwin: I had to wake his ass up at the hotel.
Captain Brien: We still love him.
Pat Godwin: I got in at 2:30 last night, everybody.
Captain Brien: It was the rain, they say the rain is very mellowing, right? It makes us sleep.
Pat Godwin: I walked into that beautiful Hampton Inn and I laid on my back, and boom, the phone rang. Brien’s down here, you idiot.
Captain Brien: Is that what it felt like?
Pat Godwin: I swear to god I laid, I don’t sleep well at all. Last night, boom.
Captain Brien: Out.
Pat Godwin: Out like a light.
Captain Brien: It was, and when I woke up, and I had no clue it was down pouring.
Pat Godwin: Right.
Captain Brien: And then I walked out the house this morning. It was pitch black.
Pat Godwin: Right.
Captain Brien: Because you know, I was early, I was on time.
Captain Brien:- So, I left the house, it was pitch black, and I had to go back in and look for an umbrella of which I didn’t have.
Pat Godwin: Right.
Captain Brien:- Even though I have like 20 of them somewhere, then I just made a run for it. I just said, to hell with it, I’m going.
Pat Godwin: And now we’re looking like we’re clearing up here in a little bit.
Captain Brien: Yeah, I think so. I think it’s gonna be nice.
Pat Godwin: It’s overcast but it looks nice.
Captain Brien: It’s really warm actually for a–
Pat Godwin: You can’t complain in Florida. I left, it was -5 in Indianapolis, so.
Captain Brien: Was it really?
Pat Godwin: You guys have–
Captain Brien: No, it was -5?
Pat Godwin: Yep, when I left, yeah, it’s horrible.
Captain Brien: Oh my god.
Pat Godwin: And really windy, too, really windy.
Captain Brien: And what did you have like, for clothing on?
Pat Godwin: Oh, I had like my–
Captain Brien: I don’t even have clothing for that stuff.
Pat Godwin: I got to Florida in my big winter jacket. So, I was sweating my butt off when I first got here.
Captain Brien: And then you get here and you’re like, whoo. Yesterday, it was like 84 degrees.
Pat Godwin: Really?
Captain Brien: Yeah.
Pat Godwin: Jesus.
Captain Brien: Really nice.
Pat Godwin: I was in North Carolina where it was 80 degrees. They broke a record, and the following day, it was 17.
Captain Brien: Wow.
Pat Godwin: When I left on last Sunday, yeah.
Captain Brien: This week?
Pat Godwin: This, last week, yeah.
Captain Brien: And everybody’s sick now.
Pat Godwin: Everybody’s sick now.
Captain Brien: That’s just–
Pat Godwin: Everybody I work with is sick. They’ve got pink eye, they’ve all got pneumonia, not me.
Captain Brien: And you’re on the show how often on Bob and Tom?
Pat Godwin: Two, three days a week, for the whole time. 6:00 to 10:00, yeah.
Captain Brien: And then you–
Pat Godwin: I have an office there, I write songs that we use on the show all the time when I’m not there. I travel with like a mini recording studio. I’m really, and they were down here in your area in Naples for the longest time and doing very well. And they’re gonna be back. It’s a wonderful show. You can still see it on the App.
Captain Brien: Yeah, no, they do good, I’m a fan.
Pat Godwin: Yeah they do it, I know you are, yeah.
Captain Brien: Always a fan, I love it, I love it.
Pat Godwin: Yeah, the App that they have, The Bob and Tom App is incredible. You should download it.
Captain Brien: Really?
Pat Godwin: Yeah, it’s really good, yeah.
Captain Brien: And it’s just, that’s where you can hear the show live all the time?
Pat Godwin: Hear the show live, and then hear the repeat in the afternoon and then hear the greatest hits.
Captain Brien: Oh, that’s cool.
Pat Godwin: 24/7, yes.
Captain Brien: So, they don’t do like an iHeart radio. They do their own.
Pat Godwin: They do their own.
Captain Brien: Why, you should get your own.
Pat Godwin: Do you have your own?
Captain Brien: No, I used to. But you know what the problem with it, is that I was too busy promoting everything.
Pat Godwin: Oh, right.
Captain Brien: It was like, okay, go to my app. Go to my Twitter, follow me on Instagram. Watch my Facebook, and I was like, I think if I get rid of one of them, it’s gonna be a little easier.
Pat Godwin: True.
Captain Brien: So, I kind of let the app fall off and then I just stopped promoting it and doing everything with it. Because it was, it’s easier just to send them to a few places, like between the website and all that.
Pat Godwin: Yeah, you’ve got a lot going on.
Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah, you have to just focus on a few things, because otherwise the people are like, “I’m not going everywhere. Like, I’ve got enough, you know?”
Pat Godwin: Right, right, right.
Captain Brien: So that’s what happens, but thank you for watching anyways guys. We do appreciate it. Give us a like or share or whatever but you can’t miss Pat Godwin at Off the Hook Comedy Club all week. We’re gonna, check out or YouTube, too because we’ve post some other videos of Pat live at the radio stations and of course some show clips, some behind the scene stuff. But it’s been a good time. Pat, thanks buddy, we’re gonna, we’re gonna–
Pat Godwin: We’re gonna have a good time.
Captain Brien: We’re gonna do this all weekend, but Happy Valentine’s Day to everybody. And don’t forget–
Pat Godwin: For those of you who have dates, I don’t have a date. Come on by if you wanna date me.
Captain Brien: Yeah, Pat needs a date guys, so don’t stand him up.
Pat Godwin: You’ve gotta come by.
Captain Brien: He’s gonna be really upset if he’s lonely on Valentine’s Day.
Captain Brien: So, don’t do that to him. but anyway, use the promo code PG2019, free tickets, 10 people. After that I’m done, I’m not giving away ticket anymore, stop texting me and calling me.
Pat Godwin: He’s tryna make money.
Captain Brien: Yeah, everybody’s gotta eat tonight. My family’s gotta eat.
Pat Godwin: He’s got kids, he’s got two kids.
Captain Brien: We out, we out.