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’
Charles and Jo react to the first four episodes of ‘Wednesday’ and discuss the evolution of the Addams family through the years—and what a modern-day adaptation brings
The Browns quarterback made his first on-field appearance in 700 days on Sunday. But rather than address the real, important reasons for his absence, most people in the NFL machine seemed content to leave them in the past.
As England are through to the 2022 World Cup quarterfinals against France, we try to figure out whether England will play the same starting lineup—or whether Marcus Rashford could start
Ian is joined by Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn to chat about England’s 3-0 win over Senegal, which featured a sublime performance by Jude Bellingham