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 with twin brothers Bill and Paddy Houlihan. Got any trees this Christmas? Dispensaries are doing good business this holiday season.. Paddy got his Christmas tree and Billy’s getting his place in order for the guests he’s hosting this year. “It’s the beginning of a new chapter” – Billy. We get some tips on ‘How to set yourself up for success’. The Houlihan brothers take a look back on the past year and some of the positive things that have happened to them. How the pandemic affected people’s careers is a hot topic at the top of this week’s show. Paddy shares his experience in buying a Christmas tree and the fun in transporting it home. The guys are certainly getting into the Christmas spirit, especially when visiting Menard’s! They’re also looking forward to Hibernian Media’s Annual Hooligan Ball this weekend. They come up with some great new business ideas – What about a Goodwill for booze?! “Grandpa’s Liquor Cabinet” or “GoodSwill”?! Hunter Biden’s interested… They also come up with some interesting products for their new Goodwill store including brown paper bag surprises.. What’s in those mystery bags in Goodwill anyway?! Billy’s busy organizing his closet before the holidays and he admits he has become a bit of a neat freak in the last few years. We take a musical break with “Mistress For Christmas” by AC/DC. The brothers discuss the numerous upcoming Christmas parties they have invites to but Paddy’s battling a cold so no socializing for him! The lads can’t wait for Jan 1st when their ectomorphing begins again and we learn that all they want for Christmas is a new head of hair in this week’s ‘Norwood Scale’. Some hair growth Shampoo recommendations come from Paddy this week. How about a hair transplant from Ukraine? We hear it’s great.. “It’s a manly thing in Russia to be bald!” – Billy’s spitting facts.. Maybe Johnny Dorito can help with the hair problems, boys? We end this week’s craziness with U2’s cover of “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”.