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The Best Super Bowl Trailers and Movies in the ’90s, According to Chuck Klosterman

Before Chuck comes on, Joanna joins Sean to break down the Super Bowl movie trailers and ‘Death on the Nile,’ Kenneth Branagh’s latest Agatha Christie adaptation

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‘Pam & Tommy,’ Episodes 1-3

Bill and Chuck talk about their mixed feelings about ‘Pam & Tommy,’ the new Hulu miniseries that tells the story of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s leaked sex tape

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Chuck Klosterman on Brooklyn’s Dominance, Fandom, Sports Fixes, and UFOs

The author joins Bill to discuss Damian Lillard’s future after Portland’s playoff exit, how player movement has shaped today’s NBA, UFOs, and much more

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‘The Doors’ With Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Chuck Klosterman

Bill, Chris, and Chuck revisit the 1991 biopic starring Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan, and Kyle MacLachlan

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A 12th L.A. Lakers Title and Remembering Eddie Van Halen

Remembering the late Eddie Van Halen and discussing a hard-earned Lakers win in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, the Lakers’ role players stepping up, Jimmy Butler’s ascension to a "top-10 guy," and much more

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What Did Rock Do?

In the season finale, Chris and Chuck discuss the impact music has had on their lives

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MJ’s Second Retirement, Explained. Plus: Chuck Klosterman on ‘Survivor,’ Defining Greatness, and Two Months of Quarantine Life

Plus: a discussion about the 1992 Dream Team

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How Do We Find What We Love?

Chuck and Chris take a trip down memory lane to talk about how they used to discover music

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Beatles vs. Stones

Breaking down a rock ’n’ roll binary that says more about you than the bands in question

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What Makes Music Sound Commercial?

Almost everyone knows the experience of hearing a song for the first time and knowing it’s about to take over the world. This episode interrogates the idea of the hit record, and whether it’s a matter of collective psychology, indelible memory, both, or neither.