The Ringer's Juliet Litman is joined by New York Times writer and former colleague Wesley Morris, a Bachelorette newbie, to discuss the events on this week's episode. They examine the prevalence of alcohol throughout the franchise (2:40), Rachel's one-on-one date with Dean (7:17), Rachel's breakdown (10:20), Lee's shady ways (18:20), and the less-than-impressive spelling bee (28:05). Then Juliet talks with Los Angeles Times reporter Amy Kaufman about the return of Bachelor in Paradise (41:05).
‘Bachelorette Party’ — Heroes, Villains, and Alcohol With Wesley Morris and Amy Kaufman
Juliet Litman is joined by 'New York Times' writer and 'Bachelorette' newbie Wesley Morris, then discusses 'Bachelor in Paradise' with 'Los Angeles Times' reporter Amy Kaufman
Professional wrestling legend Paul Heyman stops by to discuss working with the new iterations of Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar, and preview Saturday’s ‘Royal Rumble’
Two months ago, San Francisco’s defense was struggling to find its footing. Now, it’s the strength of a team that’s one win away from a Super Bowl berth. How did DeMeco Ryans turn things around? And just how big of a role has Fred Warner played in that?
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s return to television adds to an upswing of series centered on the humorous side of crime
Other Prestige TV Hall of Fame episodes from ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ ‘The Sopranos,’ and ‘Succession’ can be found in the ‘Prestige TV Podcast’ feed
Is San Francisco winning because of Jimmy G or in spite of him? Sunday’s NFC championship game could be a referendum on one of the splashiest moves of the offseason—and what the Niners did next.