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Hobo Radio 475 – Discretionary underwear refund money

Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle remember Milos Foreman. Also, they go through the unwatched movies in Joel's Netflix queue, discuss the fatal flaw in Solo: A Star Wars Story and openly seek out high-end underwear sponsors.

Hobo Radio 474 – Flat noodle (Hobo Madness Finals)

Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss Zach Braff's dumb new TV show about a podcaster, how challenging video games were in the 80s and Woody Harrelson being paired with impossibly attractive women in all of his films. Then, they are once again joined by their friends Molly

Hobo Radio 473 – Fat deposits (Hobo Madness Final Four)

Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss Sean Penn's terrible new book Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff. Then, they are once again joined by their friends Molly Regan, Marty McGuire and Andy McIntyre for the Final Four round of the fifth annual Hobo Madness tournament.

Hobo Radio 471 – Altruism isn’t the weapon here (Hobo Madness Sweet 16)

Rambo, Dutch, John McClane, John Wick, Tyler Durden, Jack Burton, Indiana Jones, Dom Toretto, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Ripley, The Bride, Sarah Conner, Imperator Furiosa, Katniss Everdeen, Foxy Brown, Letty Ortiz, Hanna and Gracie Hart will compete to crown one ultimate winner in this year's "Last Action

Hobo Radio 470 – Late night Academy Award musings

After the 90th Academy Awards ceremony wrapped up, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle fired up their recorders to share their immediate thoughts on the show. They share their thoughts on many facets of the show - the winners, the speeches, the lack of John Mahoney in the

Hobo Radio Interview – Hynden Walch

We spoke to Hynden Walch about what it was like to be on the set of Groundhog Day and Jerry Maguire, why she thinks acting schools are overrated and how she brings characters like Starfire and Princess Bubblegum to life.

Throwback Thursday – Nevertheless, she persisted

Last year, after Mitch McConnell uttered the infamous line: "She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted," we thought Elizabeth Warren deserved her own movie poster, so we made it for her.