Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker dive deep into Trump’s recent comments to veteran journalist Bob Woodward (2:08). They question Woodward’s motives and examine whether or not he should’ve waited to release his revealing interview earlier (13:33). Novelist Don Winslow joins to discuss his latest collection of short stories, Broken (32:10). Plus: The Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline.
Bob Woodward Is Back. Plus: Don Winslow on Fiction and Politics.
Bryan and David break down Trump’s recent comments to veteran journalist Bob Woodward, Don Winslow joins to discuss his latest collection of short stories, and more
Arsenal’s Champions League Return, Manchester United Lose Again, and the Latest Goings-On at the Spanish FA
Ian, Flo, and Musa discuss the state of play in Spain as the women’s national team are forced to report for duty ahead of their Nations League games
Coventry City’s Ben Wilson joins to discuss goalkeeping, that Luton loss, and goalies’ Vaseline hack
The East Coast Bias boys also discuss how Nick Chubb’s injury affects the Cleveland Browns, why the Minnesota Vikings are due for a win, and whether Kenny Pickett and the Pittsburgh Steelers will bounce back against the Las Vegas Raiders
From 1982 to 1987, the Smiths produced more goddamn gorgeous beautiful songs than many other artists do in their entire careers. How did a stylish young guitar savant find the shyest poet, the one who lurked alone in the corner at every gig in the city?