Here are the highlights from Friday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

– The nominees for the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class were announced Thursday. Among the list were Green Day, rap group N.W.A., Nine Inch Nails and Sting as a solo act. To be nominated, the artists must have released their first album or song in 1989 or earlier.

The hosts argued that acts like Sting, who already are in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with a band, shouldn’t be nominated again as a solo act.

Said Minihane of Sting: “He’s already in with The Police. Eric Clapton is in three different ways. At some point, don’t you just say if you’re in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, you’re in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?”

Although Minihane said he’s a fan of Sting, Callahan said he felt otherwise.

“You can’€™t be great and have one of the five worst songs ever,” Callahan said.

Said Minihane: “I appreciate a good try and a whiff — if you have great songs.”

– A transsexual former inmate at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada reportedly had oral sex with O.J. Simpson in 2013. Jazmena Jameson, a prostitute, said the two had a flirtatious relationship before the one-time event.

What Simpson did not know, Jameson said, was that she was HIV positive and could’ve given the 67-year-old Simpson the virus, though the chance he was infected is small.

“So this happened in prison?” Dennis asked.

“In prison. These things happen in prison,” replied Minihane.

Said Callahan: “She was definitely a guy when she was in prison. … She might’ve had the surgery [to become a woman] since she got out. She’s not that bad looking. She’s probably better looking than any other bunkmate of O.J.’s in the prison.”

– Comedian and former “Saturday Night Live” star Jan Hooks died in New York on Thursday at 67 years old. She worked alongside a talented cast on “SNL” that included Mike Myers, Dana Carvey and Chris Farley.

“I agree that the cast [Hooks] was in was the best,” Callahan said. “I love how Chris Farley is like an afterthought.”

“Those casts were unbelievable,” replied Minihane.

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Here are the highlights from Thursday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

– Ken Casey of the Dropkick Murphys, a Democrat, will host a fundraiser for Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker.

“I really don’t think it really matters when they support these guys,” Minihane said of celebrity endorsements.

“It does when they cross over,” Callahan countered.

– The Boston City Council voted 9-4 to raise its annual pay from $87,500 to $107,500.

“If you were to fire them all tomorrow … would any of them get a job that pays more than [$]25,000 a year?” Callahan wondered.

“I know one they can have if they want it,” Minihane deadpanned. “They can sit right here.”

Added Callahan: “That’s insane — [$]107,000 for a part-time job?”

– Items were stolen from the Yogi Berra Museum in New Jersey during a break-in Tuesday night.

“I read that story, I felt bad for the guy,” Minihane said of the 89-year-old Yankees legend.

A $5,000 reward is being offered for the items’ return.

“My guess is the burglars are not going to return that for $5,000,” Minihane said. “Probably not.”

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Here are the highlights from Wednesday’€™s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

– Actor Stephen Collins, who starred as the father on the TV show “7th Heaven,” was fired from his role in Seth MacFarlane’€™s Boston-based movie, ‘€œTed 2,” after the emergence of a tape that purportedly includes his admission of child molestation.

“My question is, was he here yesterday, in Boston, when he was fired by Seth MacFarlane?” asked Callahan.

“Well, he was fired from ‘Ted 2,’ and I don’€™t think he ever arrived at all, it was going to be a one- or two-day pop in, pop out,” Minihane said.

Collins tweeted that he was fired from the film, but that’€™s just where the story begins. Collins’€™ ex-wife Faye Grant claims he told her before their daughter was born that he was glad the child wasn’t going to be a boy because he would have the urge to perform oral sex on him.

“Why would a girl have been any better?” Dennis asked. “He would’ve exposed himself to the girl.”

Minihane was surprised by the way Grant has handled the whole situation.

“I’€™m a little worried about this Faye Grant, I’ve got to be honest,” Minihane said. “She was married to him for almost 30 years and she seems to be relishing in this.”

– A New York pimp and convicted sex offender complained the New York Post yesterday that the food is bad and his bed is too small at a Queens medical center. Kenneth Harvey, who weighs 560 pounds, is not a fan of the tax-funded institution.

“Shocking, huh,” Callahan said. “A 500-pound guy thinks the bed’€™s too small and the food is ‘scanty.’ ”

At one time, Harvey was close to 700 pounds, meaning he actually has lost weight.

Said Dennis: “Well, he’s taking care of himself these days.”

“I don’€™t know about you guys, but my heart goes out to this poor fellow,” said Callahan.

– The five candidates running for governor of Massachusetts had a debate Tuesday night. One of the topics discussed was homeland security and terrorism.

Independent candidate Evan Falchuk said he is fine with fighting terrorism, but worried that “our civil liberties are being encroached upon,” especially in the case of the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombers.

Said Dennis: “Evan, you can leave now. You don’€™t have to stay here. You don’€™t have to go home. You’ve just got to get out of here.”

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