Bill Simmons is joined by Black on the Air host Larry Wilmore to discuss the young L.A. Lakers under Luke Walton (6:00), George Gervin’s playground game (15:00), Blake Griffin’s goodbye (25:00), N.Y. traffic vs. L.A. traffic (34:00), the age of “agreement culture” (42:00), the power of differing opinions (50:00), and Kendrick Lamar’s accessibility (1:05:00). Then The Ringer’s Juliet Litman joins to discuss all things Bachelor (1:11:00).
Larry Wilmore on Good-Natured Hatred, the New-Look Lakers, and Segmented Audiences
And later, Juliet Litman joins to talk about the new season of ‘The Bachelor’
Tough one for the Birds
One-loss Alabama will have a chance to play for a national championship. Undefeated Florida State will not. The College Football Playoff selection committee just told us where the sport is heading—and put the "best vs. most deserving" debate to bed once and for all.
Brian also previews the College Football Playoff
Rachel and Jodi get into all the details from the Bravo news of the week
Joel McHale joins the show to get into his career and past as both a host and an actor, then talk Episode 7