Hobo Radio 518 – Magneto is defeated

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Joel Murphy and his wife Molly recently had a date night that included a retro arcade and German food. Joel shares the details of this very romantic night out with his co-host Lars Perwinkle.

They also discuss the plot of the new film Yesterday, which is set in a world where only one man remembers The Beatles. They workshop better pitches for the film.

What happened to Big Vinegar? What is Joel’s go-to classic arcade game? What if no one remembered Weird Al? The answers to these questions and more are on this week’s show.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “Change” by The Paint

Hobo Radio is part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network. Hear more shows at PeakSloth.com.

Hobo Radio 462 – The last show before The Last Jedi

Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss the FCC’s decision to repeal Net Neutrality, Disney’s acquisition of Fox and the bizarre story of Keaton Jones, who went from sympathetic victim of bullying to Internet villain in a matter of days. They also talk about their emotional states in the final days leading up to The Last Jedi and Lars tells you why you should know Nichelle Nichols.

Why are Joel and Lars having a pledge drive? Should the X-Men show up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? How did Lars hold up after seeing The Phantom Menace for the first time? The answers to these questions and more are on this week’s show.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “Sad Xmas (Radio Edit)” by Mark Castle

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Hobo Radio is part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network. Hear more shows at PeakSloth.com.

Hobo Radio 462 – The last show before The Last Jedi

Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss the FCC’s decision to repeal Net Neutrality, Disney’s acquisition of Fox and the bizarre story of Keaton Jones, who went from sympathetic victim of bullying to Internet villain in a matter of days. They also talk about their emotional states in the final days leading up to The Last Jedi and Lars tells you why you should know Nichelle Nichols.

Why are Joel and Lars having a pledge drive? Should the X-Men show up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? How did Lars hold up after seeing The Phantom Menace for the first time? The answers to these questions and more are on this week’s show.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “Sad Xmas (Radio Edit)” by Mark Castle

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Hobo Radio is part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network. Hear more shows at PeakSloth.com.

Hobo Radio 304 – Stand down

Lars Periwinkle is a lover, not a fighter. But a man can only be pushed so far before he has to take a stand. And even Lars is not above throwing down in a liquor store parking lot … for justice. Lars explains how he ended up punching another man on the face on this week’s show.

And Periwinkle and Joel Murphy also discuss X-Men: Days of Future Past, Adam Sandler’s crumbling movie career and the time Joel confronted the playground bully.

How did Lars do in his epic liquor store brawl? Is Adam Sandler Krusty the Clown? How long can Joel and Lars keep up their X-Men bit? The answers to these questions and more are in this week’s podcast.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “Karma” by How Dare You Alexis

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Hobo Radio 266 – We don’t need another hero

Like her namesake, Fontina Turner steps back into the proverbial Thunderdome this week, joining Joel Murphy and Lars for another installment of Hobo Radio. And this time, she’s ditched the phone and traveled to Baltimore to be there in person.

The trio discuss visiting famous people’s houses, The Monkees versus The Beatles and Cyclops, the worst superhero ever. Also, Fontina shares a very special list.

What’s there to do at the Edgar Allen Poe house? How do you say “chicken and waffles”? What do Peter Dinklage and Emma Stone have in common? The answers to these questions and more are in this week’s podcast.

This week’s music:

  • Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
  • End – “I’m Jesus of Nazareth!” by Oleg Seriy & MaRiCaBo