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Hobo Radio Interview – Pete Holmes

Joel Murphy sat down with Pete Holmes in his home to talk about his early days as a performer, his classic College Humor Batman sketches, his upcoming HBO projects and the state of modern comedy.

Hobo Radio 416 – Do you really want to know?

In the wake of Sunday's Walking Dead, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle talk about the distinction between showrunners misdirecting fans and openly lying to them at panels. They also talk about personalized Star Wars and Marvel action figures and Michael Crichton, the creator of Jurassic Park and

Hobo Radio 415 – What has that got to do with it?

Lars Periwinkle is a bit concerned about his good buddy Joel Murphy. It seems he recently got a text from Joel that he was watching Gladiator, a movie they both have mocked endlessly for its inexplicable Best Picture win. They also talk about the rise of debate

Hobo Radio 414 – Pube Detectives

Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle embrace the current trend in podcasting. They become amateur investigators looking into a case that no one else has been able to solve - the mystery of which A-list celebrity Alia Shawkat had weird sex with.

Hobo Radio 413 – Things that appear to be flannel-like patterned

Joel and Lars talk about the annual tradition of half of America loving all pumpkin-spiced things while the other half hates those people. They also discuss a coffee drink that gives you boners, creepy clowns and the tired trope that all nerds are overweight, male losers living

Hobo Radio 411 – Busting Mythbusters

Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle debut a new segment: "The ocean is terrifying." Lars also tells a hilarious story involving a scandalous photo and the boys bust Mythbusters.

Hobo Radio 409 – You’ll never find a husband (ft. Nikki Black)

Joel Murphy and Molly Regan talk to comedian Nikki Black about being thrust into the spotlight, rape culture in comedy and her battle with cancer. It's a heartfelt discussion about the struggles women face in the comedy community and the art of finding comedy in tragedy.