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Note to Self – No madness this March

Brian Murphy Do you know where you were on March 29, 1987? I do. I was spending the weekend at my grandparents’ house in Hampton, Virginia. And why do I remember exactly where I was more than 20 years ago? Because, if it were up to me,

Chicken and Milk – We all have to do our part …

(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 Lance Reddick

It’s been an interesting ride for Cedric Daniel on The Wire. He started out as a lieutenant in charge of a specialized police detail targeting high-end drug cases, and over the span of five seasons ultimately became the police commissioner, only to relinquish the post after the

Murphy’s Law – What’cha gonna do?

Joel Murphy I feel strong about right and wrong and I don’t take trouble for very long I’ve got something deep inside of me courage is the thing that keeps us free. I am a real American, Fight for the rights of every man I am a

Hobo Radio – Saying goodbye to The Wire

Introduction Discussion about The Wire Closing thoughts “Tick Tock” by Lance Reddick Week 44 Spotlight: Saying goodbye to The Wire. Brian and Joel Murphy are back with an all-new episode, which pays tribute to the best show on television, The Wire, which aired its final episode this

Lost: Down the Hatch – The Other Woman

Chris Kirkman “The Other Woman” Recap and Analysis … Alright, settle down. You all knew it was coming as soon as you saw the episode was all about her … So there’s no recap this week. Do you really need one? Seriously? Okay, fine, then. In the

Chicken and Milk – I sell insurance on the side …

(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 Gbenga Akinnagbe

Change is the only constant on the streets. Just as the good folks of inner-city Baltimore got used to Avon Barksdale calling the shots, he was sent to jail and a soulless monster named Marlo Stanfield was suddenly the most powerful drug dealer on HBO’s hit series,

Lost: Down the Hatch – And so it goes …

Chris Kirkman “The Constant” Recap and Analysis … It begins like this: Listen: My brain has come unstuck in time. It ends like this: thonk. Yes. And so … Previously, on Lost: Kate’s up on trial for counts in just about everything except kicking a dog after