Bill Simmons is joined by former longtime Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter to discuss working in a world of satire (6:00), the creation of Spy Magazine (11:00), Trump's threats against Spy (20:00), the prosperity of the '90s (30:00), the tabloid decade of the 2000s (38:00), Los Angeles as the top American city (52:00), the Vanity Fair Oscars party (1:04:00), and society’s "grass is always greener" mentality (1:12:00).
Graydon Carter on Leaving Vanity Fair, Creating Spy Magazine, and Picking on Donald Trump
Bill sat down with the former longtime VF editor to discuss journalism, the president, and more
The NFL’s best, most consistent offenses aren’t being run by Joe Burrow, Tom Brady, or Russell Wilson. Instead, they’re helmed by middle-of-the-pack passers with excellent run games. What does this mean for the rest of the season? And can those star-led teams get back on track?
Also, Musa and Ryan discuss the tragic events in Indonesia, where almost 200 fans lost their lives at the Kanjuruhan Stadium