The Houli’s Hooley Podcast, Sat. January 21, 2023

Paddy Houlihan, Bill Houlihan, and Clay O’Brien

Fox’s Pizza, Guinness, The Cork and Kerry Irish Pub and Flood Brothers Disposal present The Houli’s Hooley with brothers Bill and Paddy Houlihan who are joined by their good friend, Clay O’Brien. As of last week, the 3 amigos are back together again! They take a look back over their past week and the main point they want to get across is that they’re tired.. We all love naps! Billy’s sleep apnea is a hot topic. “Have you ever fallen asleep working out?” – Clay. The ‘Planet Fitness’ chat returns this week with some interesting project ideas coming from that crazy discussion. They also discuss the cinematic values of Guns N Roses music videos.. Clay wants to warn us about ‘Only Fans’ while Paddy’s ‘excited boy button’ has been pressed – the madness has officially begun! We’re this this week’s show might be PG, folks.. Feet fetish photos and certain online taboo videos follow. Gurgling at the yoga class – is it a positive or negative? The trio move on to discuss some songs with hidden and dark meanings as well as ’90’s MTV.. Watch out – they’re taking matters into their own feet! Whatever that means..  Shout-outs to our listeners who have reached out to welcome Clay back to the show since his return last week. It’s good to have the boys back together! We take a musical break from the hilarious insanity with The Verve’s, “Bitter Sweet Symphony”. Gates, Bezos and Paddy are teaming up – watch this space! Sports Talk focuses on Messi’s foot insurance as well as the NFL. Sarah Michelle Gellar and the ‘2 Toms’ aka: Tom Brady & Tom Cruise, are just some of the celebs discussed during this week’s Celebrity Talk segment. The guys give Paddy some interesting ideas for his Only Fans channel and move on to discuss their plans for the coming week – Clay will be on the Colorado slopes! ASMR, Sciatic pain and sobriety are some of the many topics covered this week. Our favorite trio end this week by sharing their weekend plans followed by “Southern Cross” by Crosby, Stills & Nash.