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Hobo Radio – New Year, same busted show

Introduction San Francisco Music is a privilege on Hobo Radio The big news “Gone Daddy” by Gary Jules Week 41 Spotlight: New Year, same busted show. With Christmas and New Year’s Eve officially in the rear view mirror, the Murphy brothers are back with the first Hobo

Overrated – New Year’s celebrations

Ned Bitters This week’s inductee into the “Overrated Hall of Fame” is … New Year’s celebrations. It is noon on Dec. 31 and I just returned from the grocery store, where for the umpteenth year in a row I witnessed the number one New Year’s Eve tradition

Chicken and Milk – But officer, I have Maverick shades …

(Click to enlarge.) Jeremiah was raised in the deepest part of the darkest jungle. That’s why he smells like adventure. He currently lives in Elkins, WV with his wife, Becky, and son, Isaiah, who is epic and destined to rule the world one day. You can contact

One on One with Scott Krinsky

Anyone who has worked retail has encountered the creepy older guy who works in their store and will probably stay there until the day he dies. On Chuck, that creepy older guy is Jeff, who is played brilliantly by Scott Krinsky, a standup comic and character actor

Murphy’s Law – A dark and stormy knight

Joel Murphy I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a little obsessive when it comes to Batman movies. On June 23, 1989, my parents took me and my brother to the premiere of Batman starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. I had been a fan of

One on One with Tommy Chong

As one half of the legendary Cheech and Chong comedy duo, Tommy Chong’s name is synonymous with weed. Years after parting ways with his comedic partner, Chong still embodies the spirit of the hippie generation and has been unapologetic and vocal about his beliefs. We recently talked

One on One with Bonita Friedericy

The surprise hit of the season has been Chuck, NBC’s comedy about an employee of an electronic store who unwittingly becomes a government spy. Chuck Bartowski gets his orders from General Beckman, a no-nonsense general calling the shots from our nation’s capital. Beckman is played by Bonita

Murphy’s Law – Holding out for a hero

Joel Murphy With apologies to Brad Pitt and Denzel Washington, I have some exciting news to report to all of you – I have a new man-crush and his Noah Bennet. Well technically, the guy’s name is Jack Coleman, but he plays Noah Bennet on the NBC

Murphy’s Law – Old School Movie Review – Die Hard

Joel Murphy Because they secretly hate children and happiness, every year Hollywood studios unleash terribly clichéd Christmas movies in an effort to cash in on America’s collective holiday joy. While occasionally these movies turn out well (like Elf and … um … did I mention Elf?), for

One on One with Mark Christopher Lawrence

Chuck Bartowski may moonlight as a government spy, but he still has to work a day job at the Buy More. And while his government handlers may be a bit difficult to deal with, luckily his Buy More boss Big Mike is a bit more down to