Paddy Houlihan, Bill Houlihan, and Clay O’Brien

Fox’s Pizza, Guinness, Big Corner Tavern and Flood Brothers Disposal present The Houli’s Hooley with twin brothers Bill and Paddy Houlihan and the greatest guy alive, Clay O’Brien. We’re always guaranteed a great show when this trio reunite! Clay shares his experience during a recent vacation to Utah and how they had to “pivot the plan” due to 12 feet of snow at Lake Tahoe. “My Angel Larry Flynt was looking over me..” – Clay. St. Patrick’s Day is the biggest time of the year for Bill at work and he fills us in on all his work related plans which include hitting up the parades to promote some whiskey. How about these Parade Creeps. huh? The lads dive down a ‘Shillelagh’ rabbit hole which includes the other guys trying to teach Paddy how to pronounce the word itself. Clay does so as his alter ego, Mick Jagger. Hey, remember Play Lady from last week? The brothers take some time to fill Clay in on all the craziness he missed. Somehow this all leads back to a conversation about Dental Care… “In Putin’s America” is a new band idea from Clay. Watch this space! Paddy still isn’t entirely happy with his new tax guy and it’s making him “less horny for tax season”.. The guys wonder what Martin Lawrence is doing this St. Patrick’s Day and they’re thinking of calling him up to find out. How about a Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence team-up? Sounds interesting.. It’s that time of year where this  trio take a look back at their past Paddy’s Day experiences. ‘Drunken crying’ is a real sport! Then it’s over to Sports Talk which mainly focuses on Baseball and we take a musical break with “Enjoy The Silence”  by Depeche Mode. The terrific trio begin the second section of this week’s show with a look into meats and their importance during this Irish holiday. How do you identify some good corned beef? Why are there rainbows on meat?! They’re just saying what we’re all thinking… The lads take some time to send their sincerest condolences to Mr. Beef’s family and friends. A true Chicago legend! They also pay their respects to their 8th grade basketball coach, James ‘Turtle’ Brennan and share some great stories from their time with him  Paddy’s new Bumble tag is “I like to dip my Cajun fries in red beans and rice”… sounds like a winner! We end this week with a look at some TMZ news and the latest movie release called “Cocaine Bear”. Our hosts share some advice for the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day celebrations – have a happy and safe time! We end this week with “Lassie Go” by The Clancy Brothers.