Paddy Houlihan, Bill Houlihan, and Clay O’Brien

Fox’s Pizza, Guinness, the Cork and Kerry Irish Pub, Flood Brothers Disposal and Chicago Firefighters Union Local 2 present The Houli’s Hooley with Bill and Paddy Houlihan who are joined by their old pal, Clay O’Brien. “My brain is fried!” – Paddy. Tip: Don’t watch the news if you don’t want to fry your brain! Paddy’s still looking for a used car and Covid isn’t making it any easier. Clay suggests buying a used ambulance. That quickly progresses to the guys recording the show from the back of hearse with a shamrock on the side and Madonna blasting on the speaker. The craziness has officially begun! The Houli’s Hooley love to ‘Madonna-off’! Bill and Paddy met the ‘Federline’ of car salesmen. “I want a MANLY car!” – Paddy. The Houlihan brothers tell the story of their recent dodgy car search in the many suburbs of Chicago. Creating questionable website domains and searching for a cop-approved car. What’s an Irish car?! Clay suggests a backwards Russian car where the glove compartment is on the ceiling and the engine is in the trunk. Driving stick shift and how to correctly pronounce ‘Audi’, with help from Producer Mike. Paddy gives a very animated review of an auto store he visited recently and how he is not happy with Eric’s behavior! How do people feel about others not showing up for appointments? Bill’s stop at Goodwill during the car search is a hot topic, Paddy waited in the car.. Billy has a serious problem with Goodwill, somebody help him! He shares the story of his discovery of baseball cards and some of the valuable ones included within. We take a musical break with “Boom Boom” by John Lee Hooker. Credit Unions in Ethiopia run by guys named Alan who used to be a priest… things just keep getting weirder! Paddy let himself get close to a car salesman.. Billy’s thinking of joining Moose Lodge. We’ll keep our listeners posted on that! Bill also wants to remind everyone that September is bourbon month. We end another weird and wacky show this week with Roxette’s, “Joyride”.