Hobo Radio 305 – The shallow McFly gene pool
Hobo Radio 305 - The shallow McFly gene pool [ 1:04:49 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download
This week, friend of the show Greg Smith pops back by to hang out with Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle. And the three of them discuss well-worn movie tropes.
They also talk about how nerdy baseball actually is, how to fake your way through being a surgeon and they take time to play a new game (that Joel is still workshopping) that involves identifying Michael Bay movies based solely on background characters’ names.
Is wearing a baseball jersey that much different from cosplay? Do you even apply for the job of surgeon or can you just show up? How much inbreeding was going on with the McFlys? The answers to these questions and more are in this week’s podcast.
This week’s music:
- Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
- End – “Stilo” by Kingtay Artist
Hobo Radio 400 - Bonecrusher and Grace (ft. Dave LaSalle and Kelly Lloyd)
Review - Back in Time
Hobo Radio 369 - Those jazzy horns
Murphy's Law - Why do the Transformers films have to be so terrible?
Bacon and Legs - Transformers, going to your thighs
Hobo Radio Puppet Theatre Presents: Fixing G.I. Joe: Retaliation
My dad says that there is another trope that we missed (came up while Red 2 was on). He says that it is a bit ridiculous that in action movies some people take a small hit and get knocked out, and in fight scenes people take really heavy beatings without getting knocked out at all!