Murphy Sam and Jodi has blended role defined arcs with pop culture and listener participation to create an emotional connection with listeners. Jodi is today’s mom juggling kids, family, work, and friends. Murphy is her husband, and Sam is the guy who stirs it up. Every day is an unexpected blend of the day’s pop culture and entertainment, real life and laughter.
I am a busy working redheaded mom/wife/friend who’s never really grown up at heart!! Doing the show is probably the perfect job for me – since I love to “play” here with the guys every morning. Murphy and I couldn’t stop gazing into each other’s eyes when we first started, so we got married (seriously, he’s my best friend). We have 2 beautiful daughters who challenge and delight us. We also have 5 dogs (can you say pack?) that we are in love with and addicted to. I am passionate about saving homeless animals, binge watching tv shows and getting a great deal on clothing & shoes. I was raised a country girl, and she does still live inside of me.
I’m a “y’at”…born and raised in New Orleans. Murphy and I teamed up in 1992 and Jodi joined the fun in 1997…the rest is history. My part: I bring the funny, clean humor, sarcasm and a very cynical view of the world. I also try to lighten the mood when we tackle serious subjects…it’s my way of dealing with the world. I’m a single dad of 5 great kids, and my favorite ways to enjoy my free time are cooking, grilling, photography, watching football on Saturdays and Sundays, everything electronic, working in the yard and garden and of course my collection of Chucks (Converse Chuck Taylor All Star shoes). Jodi says I have many layers like an onion…could be why I’ve been divorced three times.
I am married to Jodi (my favorite redhead) and love to spoil my two daughters, Taylor and Phoebe. I’ve known Sam for the better part of two decades, and married Jodi in 1999. I’ve been called Mr. Safety, Mr. Diplomacy – and occasionally Mr. Paradox because my passion rules my heart. Working with Jodi everyday is not a problem for me – and my favorite time is still dinner with the girls after school.