Kornheiser: Out of the frying pan and into another frying pan.
By whom I mean Tony Kornheiser, who returns from his two-week suspension. Funny, but his absence was never explained, at least not on the podcasts I listened to in the interim. Maybe there was a crawl on the TV show (but I doubt it). According to this piece, his ESPN TV show, Pardon the Interruption, [...]
Well, isn’t that interesting. I went to itunes to see if I could download the podcast for the Feb. 16 installment of The Tony Kornheiser Show in which he made his stormy comments. For some reason, it isn’t available. It’s there, but with “technical problems.” Nor can you download it from ThisShowStinks, the program’s official [...]
You know I always give a shout-out to my man, Mr. Tony, whenever there’s some even tangential Jewish content, so here goes. In the “Mailtime” segment of the Jan. 25th show: Kornheiser (reading an email): “[NBA Dallas Mavericks' owner] Mark Cuban says that All-Star weekend in Dallas “will make the Super Bowl look like a [...]
Gratuitous Tony Kornheiser plug.
Pardon me, Pardon the Interruption, but…
From the June 26 program: Michael Wilbon: Your boy, DuJuan Blair, fell to the second round [of the NBA draft] last night, Tony. You ever been passed over? Tony Kornheiser: Every April. Mishpucha! It means “family.” Haven’t I taught you this? I taught you mispucha, I taught you l’chaim. Raise your glass, good luck. Wilbon: [...]
Tony Kornheiser, the host of Pardon the Interruption, former sports writer and columnist for The Washington Post, one of my favorite sports media personalities, and a notoriously fearful airplane traveler, has called its quits as a member of the Monday Night Football broadcasting team. Former NFL coach Joe Gruden will fill his position. “My fear [...]
Tony Kornheiser, who frequently makes references to his religion on Pardon the Interruption, had two yesterday. In a story about NJ Devils Martin Broduer setting the record for wins by a goalie, TK and his partner, Michael Wilbon, tried to put him in perspective with other premier netminders. Kornheiser offered his considered opinion that the [...]