Paddy Houlihan, Bill Houlihan, and Clay O’Brien

McCann’s Irish Oatmeal, Fox’s Pizza, Guinness, the Cork and Kerry Irish Pub and Flood Brothers present The Houli’s Hooley with Bill and Paddy Houlihan who are joined, as always, by their old pal, Clay O’Brien  Clay is back and feeling better than ever! Paddy is still going through an ‘ectomorphic period’ and he brings us up to date on how his fitness experience is going. Can you smoke AND workout in prison? Maye the guys should open a gym where you can smoke. Bill chats about his new place in Elmwood Park. We hear some of our favorite impersonations again this week including Trump and Jagger. Paddy describes his post-workout pump. “Someone shave me!”.- Paddy. Total Body Enhancement: what’s it all about?! Body jiggles, that’s what! “You’re going to be so oily…” – Clay. Bill and Clay come up with Paddy’s new workout look. We take a short musical break from the crazy talk with “Ectomorph” by Chris Lorenzo. Clay’s been researching the Mount Everest climbers.. don’t get any ideas, guys! Paddy’s actually a night-morph. Men working out in loafers and jeans.. The ‘New Year’s resolution’ folk are still taking up the gym machines. Have little weeny arms? Go to the produce section and lift some watermelons! The guys come up with the perfect gym slogan: “The home of hard and curious looks”. Clay and Bill are sick of talking about Paddy and his “stupid muscles”! Bill the bargain buyer and his stocked-up pantry. The lads discuss their favorite snacks. Sports Talk with focus on the recent Bears loss and the upcoming baseball season. We go to a musical break with “Ectomorph”. by Arthur Yoria. Hungarian dragon tattoos – yay or nay? The guys bring us up to date on the recent Celebrity gossip. Kirby the dolphin. It’ll all be Japanese turnstyle robots after covid. Now that’s what you call a ‘Musk adventure’. Don’t worry folks, Paddy’s sexuality is intact even though he listens to Madonna.. We end another wild and wacky show with “Hand Fire” by The Rolling Stones.  You can learn about and donate to our upcoming film, ‘In Search of Weeping Jim’ at the website.