As promised last week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss Jared Leto's unique brand of "method acting," which involved sending his Suicide Squad costars used condoms and dead rats. And they try to figure out what's worse - Jared Leto or Ledo pizza.
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Joel Murphy offer their in-depth, insightful Olympics coverage. They also talk about Swedish Fish Oreos, The Nightly Show being canceled and the toxicity of movie theater popcorn butter.
Lars Periwinkle, along with special guest Patrick Storck, hosted a live Hobo Radio podcast this past Saturday at the Windup Space as part of the first ever Baltimore Podcast Festival. Today, we bring you the audio from that show (with a special introduction from Lars and Joel
Don't Think Twice tells the story of an improv troupe whose time together comes to an end due to a number of external forces. To promote the Los Angeles premiere, Joel Murphy was invited to a press luncheon featuring Mike Birbiglia, Kate Micucci and Keegan-Michael Key.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are once again joined by their good friend, and fellow Peak Slother, Marty McGuire. They also talk Matt Damon being bummed about by his depiction in Team America, the Divergent series' direct-to-TV final installment and Keanu Reeves' eclectic career.
Joel and Lars talk about the Pokemon Go phenomenon sweeping the nation (and its unintended consequences), Joel's road trip across America and George Takei's surprising reaction to learning Sulu would be gay in the new Star Trek movie.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about Bobby Flay's weird competitiveness.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are joined by Alexandra Hewett from the DC/Baltimore chapter of Mortified, a live show/podcast where participants read journal entries and other writings they composed as adolescents.
Lars Periwinkle is back ... sort of. He's on the show via Skype as Joel Murphy records in Cleveland, Ohio with their special guest, food blogger Fontina Turner.
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