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In America, we hire former athletes for pregame shows to break down the Xs and Os before a pivotal match. Not Brazilian television giant Globo. With the World Cup being in Brazil, the media company blew their budget and continued a long-lasting rivalry with Argentina by unveiling a scary-as-hell robo-Lionel Messi.
LeBron had two appearances on TV twice last night. One of them involved a basketball game. The other involved his untimely death due to being swept out to sea. Fitting, because he’s killing the Pacers right now.
Too soon? Never. Let TV’s funniest desk jockeys relieve our collective tension on the heels of a historically uncomfortable moment in sports history…
You may have heard that there was a massive malfunction during the Olympic Opening Ceremony today: one of the five Olympic rings failed to expand, making the Olympic logo look like four rings and an asterisk… or a butthole, depending on who you ask. Not on Russian TV, though!
Pat Mayo’s Fantasy ‘The Bachelor’ Podcast Episode 2: Scoring Leaders And Real World Ex-Plosion Recap
Pat Mayo (@ThePME) & Jamie McKay (@_JamesMcKay) recap Episode 2 of “The Bachelor,” going over the top Fantasy scorers & the standings after the first scoring period, the aim of the commercials that run during the show and ask who the people prefer, Chelsie or Christy?
If we had to assign a grade to Major League Baseball for the way they scheduled this year’s World Series, they would get a solid “D.” As in, derp.
Generally, the concept of a “stand alone” episode classically refers to an outlier chapter of a linear storyline, or a break from the serial plot of a TV show that can be watched independently of the overall arc. But that’s not entirely true. Stand alones don’t necessarily have to deviate from a continuous story to qualify. There’s another way to accomplish this: Change the structure.