Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are back with the third annual Mabel Memorial Hobo Madness Tournament. They are attempting to crown the greatest Simpsons episode ever. And they've recruited the help of Molly Regan and Andy McIntyre to decide the winners.
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The guys share their thoughts on 10 Cloverfield Lane, Dino "Starburns" Stamatopoulos and the Screening Room, a new service that would allow you to rent movies the day they are released in theaters.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss the new Ghostbusters trailer and the Internet's reaction to it, including the backlash it received regarding Leslie Jones' character. They also talk Hamilton, Firefly and House of Cards.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are joined by improviser/tech nerd Marty McGuire. The guys share their thoughts on this past Sunday's Oscar telecast, the government's request to Apple to decrypt iPhones and the weird, wild world of teledildonics.
The audio version of our interview with Superego's Matt Gourley.
Hobo Radio Cafe takes audio highlights from HoboTrashcan's weekly pop culture podcast Hobo Radio and adds animation. This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about DMX's bizarre lyrics.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle try to figure out what will happen in Hollywood now that the R-rated Deadpool has surpassed everyone's financial expectations and shattered box office records.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are joined by scientist and improviser Nate Parsons. The guys talk about bizarre conspiracy theories, the laziness of the insult "libtards" and the deep pockets of the avocado lobby.
This past Friday, while walking out of the Creative Alliance after seeing Loudon Wainwright III in concert, Joel Murphy couldn't find his car. It wasn't where he parked it and both the cops and the city's towing company had no idea where it was. Murphy shares the
Hobo Radio Cafe takes audio highlights from HoboTrashcan's weekly pop culture podcast Hobo Radio and adds animation. This week, Joel Murphy is joined by Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman, who talks about his approach to Batman's voice and where he thinks Christian Bale went wrong.