Joel Murphy is joined by his good friends Erin Fox and Andy McIntrye for one last show before Joel heads out to Los Angeles to seek fame and fortune. They talk about Joel's surprise going away improv show, TV shows recasting parts with noticeably different actors and
Joel Murphy reviews season six, episode nine of Game of Thrones, which gave us the much-hyped "Battle of the Bastards."
You will be surprised at what Vin Diesel, Ronaldo, Mila Kunis, Tiger Woods and Renaldo do in their downtime.
Laura Jane Grace from Against Me! is feeling anxiety over the release of her new memoir, but hopes it may inspire other transgendered individuals.
For their 400th episode, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle invite back two of their favorite guests - Dave LaSalle and Kelly Lloyd. In addition to being one of the funniest and most charming couples in Baltimore, Dave and Kelly are actors and improvisers in the Baltimore Improv
Molly Regan reflects on the shooting in Orlando and how it has her thinking about the amazing LGBT people in her life, who unfortunately must live in fear.
Joel Murphy reviews season six, episode eight of Game of Thrones, which had some high highs and some low lows.
As Joel Murphy announced this week, HoboTrashcan is heading out west. With the site preparing to enter it's 12th year of providing you engaging pop culture content, for the first time ever, we are adding a donation button to the site.
Molly Regan argues that Brock Turner's swimming career is irrelevant when discussing his criminal behavior.
In this epic two-part crossover event, Hobo Radio has teamed up with The Curioso to talk about the life and career of Nicolas Cage. On this week's Hobo Radio, the gang focuses on Cage's eclectic movie career.