Ringer editor-in-chief Sean Fennessey chats with Alison Herman about Janicza Bravo’s approach to uncomfortable comedy and her direction of “Juneteenth,” the instant-classic episode of ‘Atlanta’ (1:00). Then Sean sits down with Bravo and her husband/producing partner, Brett Gelman, to discuss the tumultuous five-year process of getting their film ‘Lemon’ into the world (10:00).
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How the director-producer tandem absorbed rejection to make their indie comedy ‘Lemon’
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Anthony Chin-Quee on ‘I Can’t Save You: A Memoir’
Larry and Anthony discuss the experiences Chin-Quee went through as a Black physician that inspired him to write his memoir
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JJ and SuperBook Sportsbook’s Art DiCesare handicap Texas-Miami and Creighton-San Diego State and look at the future odds for the Final Four and the National Championship
Jaylen Brown, the Boston Celtics, and NBA Owners With Jay King
The Athletic’s Celtics writer talks to Wos about the Celtics’ season, trade rumors, and more
Winners and Losers of the Sweet 16
As the men’s no. 1 seeds busted brackets, Miami enjoyed its best basketball day ever. Here are the winners and losers from the NCAA tournament’s Sweet 16.
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‘WrestleMania’ sneak peek with Rosenberg and Sam Roberts, and come see us in LA next week
Farewell to the No. 1 Seeds, Hello to a Historic Elite Eight, and More Sweet 16 Thoughts With J. Kyle Mann
Is this the most insane March Madness ever? Plus Alabama’s and Houston’s defeats and ranking the Elite Eight teams