Musa and Ryan look back at a crowded midweek fixture list, beginning with Manchester United’s 9-0 win over a brutally understrength Southampton and Arsenal’s defeat to Wolves (9:04). They also chat about another big win for Brighton (21:15) and round up the rest of the Premier League games (31:24), before moving on to the Continental Cup and Emma Hayes’s comments about being linked with AFC Wimbledon (38:51). There’s also a wrap-up of the Coppa Italia first legs and the DFB Pokal (42:42), a discussion about Andre Villas-Boas leaving Marseille (46:56), and talk about the Copa del Rey (48:13).
In Defense of a Wild Result
Musa and Ryan also discuss the Coppa Italia first legs and the DFB Pokal, talk about Andre Villas-Boas leaving Marseille, talk about the Copa del Rey, and more
Watkins talks about his journey from the streets to the writer’s room, understanding Baltimore through television, and the real-life corruption of the city’s Gun Trace Task Force
CC and Ryan also take stock of the NBA playoffs
Justin, Rob, and Wos start by recapping the Warriors’ blowout victory over the Mavs, and what Dallas can change moving forward
Season 3 has found the show’s core cast enjoying more success than ever. As the installment’s unorthodox storytelling exemplifies, fame makes the Black experience that much more confounding.
Johnny and Syrus discuss topics ranging from Kendal’s inexplicable sabotage decision to his tough elimination challenge against MJ