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 Bill and Paddy Houlihan who are joined as always by their good friend, Clay O’Brien. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and our favorite trio are starting to feel the Christmas spirit! They share what they’ve been getting up to over this past week that’s helping them feel this Xmas spirit. Will Paddy jingle his bells this year? He wishes to spread joy all over.. or spill it? “I don’t want to get into a spread/spill discussion.” – Clay. The lads brainstorm what costume Paddy could wear as a bell ringer. Clay suggests a top hat or dressing up as the Covid Grinch. “I’m looking for gorgeous men with crisp twenties!” – Paddy. Clay decides he wants to make a rocking horse with the Houlihan bros and speculates that maybe the Cubs Scouts are a cult.. Parental advice on how to choose Xmas gifts for your kids. What was your best Santa gift growing up? Sentimental childhood toys, They’ve a new comedy movie idea called “The Bell Ringer”. Johnny Dorito makes a short appearance this week! Fashion Talk with focus on Clay’s choice of sportswear and how he’s moving toward darker clothes. He’s slowly becoming a character in a Statham movie! Crocodile Dundee’s plot line. Sports Talk with focus on the disappointing Bears. We take a well-needed musical break from the madness with “The Walk” by The Cure. You have to be ready for anything on this show! What are some good monster movies?! “Kids, stay away from the room with the beads!” Taxi drivers and wooden beads go hand in hand. All Clay wants for Christmas is… a cab ride! The boys list out the best movie taxi drivers and their favorite holiday movies. “Remember how big New Year’s Eve was in high school?” – Billy is reminiscing, Celebrity Talk with focus on Jussie Smollett and these 3 come up with alternative punishments to jail time including taking part on ‘Naked and Afraid’. Bill makes up a special Smollett rap song  on the spot- you have to hear it! The lads discuss who the classiest monster is – Dracula or Frankenstein? More trips to Goodwill! We take another musical break with “Empire” by Queensryche and the guys return to say their goodbyes followed by “An Open Letter To New York” by the Beastie Boys.