Hobo Radio 278 – Grandma’s poutine

When Americans think of their neighbors in the Great White North, they tend to picture Canadians as polite, poutine-eating, mild folks. However, Joel Murphy argues that Toronto mayor Rob Ford might finally change that image with his belligerent, crack smoking ways.

Murphy and his co-host Lars also discuss Patrick Stewart’s quirky sense of humor and their tendency to share “entertaining” tidbits while watching movies. Also, for some strange reason, Lars tries to defend people who enjoyed X-men: The Last Stand.

Does Benedict Cumberbatch sound like Jabba the Hut? Is P Stew the best looking bald man in Hollywood? Have you tried grandma’s poutine? The answers to these questions and more are in this week’s podcast.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “Tryin’ to wrap my head around you” by Mr. & Mrs. Smith

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