The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by actor, comedian, and writer Andy Samberg to talk about his new movie Palm Springs on Hulu, his time on SNL, and the role YouTube played in The Lonely Island’s success. Later they talk about scary movies, Andy’s Bay Area sports allegiance, video games, and quarantine (3:02). Then Bill is joined by journalist James Andrew Miller to talk about the sixth chapter in his podcast Origins: Almost Famous Turns Twenty, including behind-the-scenes stories, casting what-ifs, interviews with the cast, the movie’s cultural impact, and more. Finally, they discuss the current state of sports media and what the future holds (62:13).
‘Palm Springs,’ ‘SNL,’ and “I’m on a Boat” With Andy Samberg, Plus ‘Almost Famous’ With Jim Miller
The star of Hulu’s summer hit joins to talk about his new movie and his time at Studio 8H
Bryan and David discuss ‘Peril,’ the newest book from the legendary journalist
Keyshawn Johnson and Bob Glauber join Bakari to talk about their new book, ‘The Forgotten First,’ which highlights the careers of the first Black NFL players
Lamar Finally Beats Mahomes, Plus the Good, the Bad, and the Maybe From NFL Week 2 With Jonathan Vilma
Ryen also shares some thoughts from the weekend in college football