The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser to discuss the NFL’s approach to dealing with COVID-19, the evolution of sports coverage, 20 years of Pardon the Interruption, Patrick Mahomes, baseball’s shrinking national interest, golf, and more (3:00). Then Bill talks with chef and media mogul Dave Chang, who just became the first celebrity to win Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. They discuss the million-dollar question; Dave’s help from Mina Kimes and Alan Yang; the Southern Smoke Foundation, the charity he donated his winnings to; the current state of the restaurant industry amidst the pandemic, including innovations from companies like Gold Belly; and more (49:00).
Tony Kornheiser and Dave Chang
Tony talks 20 years of ‘Pardon the Interruption,’ and Dave joins the show to discuss his big win on ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’
Musa and Ryan discuss the resulting draw from World Cup England-USA football match, and more
Van and Rachel welcome actor and fellow Texan Jonathan Majors to the podcast to discuss growing up in Rachel’s hometown, his new film, ‘Devotion,’ and the true story behind it, plus why he doesn’t watch any of his own movies
A stunning rookie debut in Detroit, two heartbreaking non-catches, and a beautiful backdoor cover, these are our winners and losers from the NFL’s Thanksgiving Day games
The guys wonder if it is crunch time for Tom Brady, preview the Kliff Kingsbury-Brandon Staley Fraud Watch Bowl, worry about Lamar’s fantasy impact the rest of this season, and try to figure out if the Steelers offense is due for a strong finish to the year