Part 4 of Jimmy's interview with Tim Robbins.
There's no gift like one from a late night infomercial!
Tim Robbins has gotten his tongue stuck to a pole.
What clip rises above the rest?
Part 3 of Jimmy''s interview with Tim Robbins.
Are kids getting a flu shot or visiting Santa?
Part 1 of Jimmy's interview with Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose.
Part 1 of Jimmy's interview with Tim Robbins.
Part 2 of Jimmy's interview with Tim Robbins.
Part 2 of Jimmy''s interview with Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose.
Fox News has their own take on the Christmas Classic.
Lie Detective is on the case again.
Tommy's father, Jack (guest star Gary Cole), a larger-than-life ladies man, is back in town. Usually that means a couple of nights of drinking and hell-raising. Only this time he's here to tell Tommy he's getting married…for the sixth time. To make sure he's not making another mistake, Tommy sets out to prove to his dad via temptation he's incapable of being a "one-woman" man. Meanwhile, Rutherford has a blogger (guest star Barry Watson) shadow her in hopes the story will help her compete with a rival wedding planner. Of course it's the same week a bride (guest star Rachel Blanchard), whose dream wedding Roxie's been planning, reveals she has everything picked out – except an actual groom. Bill Simmons guest-stars.
On December 10, 2010, Sotheby's auctioned off the most important historical document in sports history--James Naismith's original rules of basketball.
Fantasy sports is estimated to be a $4 billion dollar industry that boasts over 30 million participants and a league for almost every sport imaginable. But for all this success, the story of the game’s inception is little known. The modern fantasy leagues can be traced back to a group of writers and academics who met at La Rotisserie Francaise in New York City to form a baseball league of their own: The Rotisserie League. The game quickly grew in popularity, and with the growing use and attractiveness of the internet, the “Founding Fathers” never foresaw how their creation would take off and ultimately leave them behind. Innovative filmmakers Adam Kurland and Lucas Jansen will chronicle the early development and ultimate explosion of Rotisserie Baseball, and shine a light on its mostly unnoticed innovators.
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Stephen sits down to chat with Bill Simmons about sports and his new book "The Book of Basketball."
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