When Rod Stewart was in live he didn't sing. It was a great interview but there had to be some music for the occasion. This was played the next day with Howard saying "That was the real Rod Stewart writing a song for you Robin."
One of Howard's favorite ZZ Top songs is La Grange. He went through a song catalog of ZZ tracks and played a bunch of them on the air. The next day this was played with Howard commenting "I like this as much as the original." Robin said "What a great parody."
Jewel was on the show to premier Howard's song Silver Nickels and Golden Dimes. It was written when he was a kid and after her appearance this was played. Mutt from SFN also commented on his show that it was stuck in his head.
The show had Curtis Armstrong on (Revenge of The Nerds) and he stated he was a super fan of Harry Nilsson. Howard quizzed him with a round of Nilsson name that tune. Curtis (Booger) got them all correct and This was played the following week.
Howard was going through songs that have been #1 for a while and this song came up. He commented on the TV show The Voice and how it was great promotion for Maroon 5. The first play was coming out of commercials and played in its entirety.
The Gangnam Style song was causing some controversy on who the singer and dancer were and if they were different people. It started a lot of questions among the staff and even some caller debates. Howard said he would show Robin his dance to the song and naturally a Robin parody came about the next day getting some high praise from both Howard and Robin. Robin said she now thinks of the parody as the actual song and Howard exclaimed "what a great performance from Psych, That Psych always is a fantastic performer."
There were many hours devoted to Robin saying that she will never emasculate men again. This ditty was spawn from the daily discussions on weather Robin was keeping her word. There are samples of Robin talking about it throughout the song.