Because we are sick in the head, we were curious what would happen if we took today’s episode of Pardon the Interruption and ran it through Snapchat’s face swap filter. The results are, as you might expect, horrifying.
Not this shit again.
PTI hosts Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon get into the Hallowe'en spirit every year. Today they're dressed up as everyone's favorite sports couple, Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn. They look cute! Here's some previous holiday iterations from Pardon The Interruption:
ESPN helpfully publishes an audio podcast of its popular Pardon The Interruption program daily for viewers who can't find their way to a television at 5:30 p.m. Eastern. Yesterday, though, we received numerous emails alerting us to the bizarre nature of yesterday's podcast. For one, it was more than three and a half…
It's Friday, and we can't think of any better way to spark the weekend than pouring a stiff drink, relaxing into a thick, comfortable chair, and engorging your ears by playing this recording of Bill Simmons repeatedly saying the word "boners." It's the perfect way to relax after a long, hard week. [ESPN]
It was 10 years ago tomorrow that PTI premiered, and ESPN has made available some clips from that inaugural show, including Brent Musberger on the BCS and time capsule headlines like "Are the Islanders for real?" That it's still going strong is a testament to the fact that ESPN can often get things so right: hiring…
The gentlemen on Pardon The Interruption exceeded the quota for the amount of times one can say some variation of the phrase "circumcising mosquitoes" on live television today. Cowlishaw, quoting (and imitating) Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, gets in two mentions, but Wilbon never gets his chance. These guys have all…
Maybe you've experienced the act of lovemaking. If so, please tell us what it's like; we're bloggers. But have you experienced lovemaking as narrated by Kornheiser and Wilbon?
I'm not sure how often "Stick a fork in them, the run is over, Wilbon," comes up in normal conversation, but if it does, these Chinese students learning English have that situation covered.
Yesterday's post featuring Michael Wilbon enjoying the alluring top shelf of Girl Next Door Kendra and L.A. Times' J.A. Adande workin' it with some women(?) who earn a livin' doing dirty things on camera, gave PTI co-host Tony Kornheiser much to work with during yesterday's show.
Ever wonder what "Pardon The Interruption" would sound like if it were hosted by Satan? (Please leave your Dan LeBatard jokes at the door ... if at all possible, anyway.)
We've been waiting for someone to come up with a definitive ESPN drinking game, and even though this might not be the definitive one, it's pretty close. Here's a fun "Pardon The Interruption" sampling: