The Houli’s Hooley Podcast, Sat. December 31, 2022

Paddy Houlihan, Bill Houlihan, and Clay O’Brien

Fox’s Pizza, Guinness, The Cork and Kerry Irish Pub, Madden Funds and Flood Brothers Disposal present The Houli’s Hooley and this week we take a look back at one of our favorite shows from the crazy year that was 2022.. We go all the way back to January ’22 where the 3 amigos reunited after a few weeks apart…. The three amigos are finally back together and our listeners are in need of comic relief! “Everyone’s gotta turn their TV off”. Covid is turning people into John Voight’s character in “Heat”. Celebrity Dad’s is back! What did our favorite 3 get upto for Christmas and New Year’s? “Everyone’s talking about Crypto now…” – Paddy. Musical Theatre is ravaging the World! Don’t forget about “Bitcoin, The Musical”. Clay comes up with an unbelievable opening scene for Act 1! Covid has made people reinvent themselves and it’s the perfect time for unrealistic resolutions. Clogging with Jeff Garcia. We goin’ Dutch! Those crypto scammers are up to no good. Hucksters and fraudsters! Segei Huckster, a character in “Bitcoin, The Musical” played by Hugh Jacknan. It’s all things Musical this week with some impromptu solos from Billy. The lads get serious when discussing the craziness in the city and they give some shout-outs this week. What did Santa bring?! The guys then discuss and review the infamous sci-fi classic called “They Live”. We take a musical break from the wonderful madness with “Sanctify Yourself”  by Simple Minds. There’s more ectomorphing going on with the brothers. It’s a race! Need some motivation? Clay suggests a Rocky montage. What are these guys’ resolutions: Smoking by a piano and doing dance numbers in leotards all year! “I’m dedicating my life to this” – Paddy. Twirl harder, Bill! We take another musical break with the theme from “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” by Big Pig. Then it’s over to Sports Talk with focus on the late John Madden and his influence in the American way of life. The amigos discuss their favorite broadcasters and they speculate what Musk might change in Chicago. We have some devout lottery players here! We end another weird and wonderful one with “Money”  by Pink Floyd.