Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker take a mental break and try to ax any mention of the pandemic, election, or Trump. They rank pun column names (3:00); throw it back to 1996 to discuss early internet journalism (8:30); test Chris Almeida with a new game, Generational Media Literacy (43:30); and then former producer Jim Cunningham joins to say a few words (43:30). Then author Ben Macintyre stops by to discuss his new book, Agent Sonya. (52:00) Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline.
The Mental Health Break Show. Plus, Ben Macintyre on Spies.
Bryan and David take a mental break and try to ax any mention of the pandemic, election, or Trump. They rank pun column names, discuss early internet journalism, and more.
In the latest Disney+ finale to bite off more than it can chew, "The Jedi, the Witch, and the Warlord" paves the pathway to the future while this season’s character work, plot points, and payoffs suffer
Bryan and Jason also discuss the historic ousting of Kevin McCarthy as speaker of the House
Rare QB Redemption Stories and Harden’s Sabotage Excitement. Plus, Julian Edelman on Belichick and Mac.
Ryen talks the redemption stories of Baker Mayfield and Jared Goff, and Julian Edelman joins the show to discuss the high-flying Miami Dolphins motion offense, the development of Mac Jones, and much more
Ben, Khal, and Brian also talk about Bobby Lashley wanting Jade Cargill in his emerging group and Mustafa Ali missing out on a championship opportunity
New offensive coordinator Todd Monken has brought a new, more pass-friendly scheme to Baltimore. While there haven’t been fireworks yet, a close look at the X’s and O’s shows that we shouldn’t be surprised when this passing attack takes off.