The Rays evened the World Series in Game 4 after a bizarre set of mistakes by the Dodgers allowed Randy Arozarena to score the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning. But the Dodgers bounced back Sunday night on the back of a strong Clayton Kershaw start and some clutch relief pitching to take a 3-2 series lead. Will they close it out in Game 6, or are we going to see a World Series Game 7 for the second straight year?
Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers Bounce Back to Win Game 5 After a Historically Bizarre Game 4 Loss
Jake and Jordan reflect on the Dodgers taking Game 5 and discuss if we might get a World Series Game 7 for the second consecutive year
Rewatching Scorsese’s 1995 drama
Amy Schneider has known for months that she’d pass Matt Amodio to notch the second-longest winning streak in show history. Her experience keeping that hidden has been bizarre—and mirrors the stories told by other legendary ‘Jeopardy!’ champs.
Chris and Andy discuss what Sundance’s decision to go virtual means for the film industry