Last night, Grantland editor-in-chief Bill Simmons returned to Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he chatted about his unlikely friendship with NBA Countdown co-host Magic Johnson, Magic's idiosyncrasies, and how he tricked his daughter into hating Kobe Bryant, who hates golden retrievers.
Tracy Morgan joins Cousin Sal and Bill Simmons to describe his alter ego, Chico Divine, and what he can remember from the time he was naked in Jimmy Kimmel’s green room. He also chats about the time he was kicked out of Prince’s house, his Saturday Night Live audition, and his favorite memory from 30 Rock. Plus! His new TV project and much, much more.
Kevin Wildes pitches Bill Simmons his new idea, "Rapid Relationship Recovery" ("Triple R"): One phone call and you have a Winston Wolf of relationships at your doorstep ready to clean up your love life.
Kevin Wildes pitches Bill Simmons a network about pizza — and only pizza — called Slice TV. The two then develop programming for the network including the signature debate show, Pizza the Interruption.
Grantland's Rembert Browne missed the 1980s because he's only 25 years old. Every once in a while, Bill Simmons will make him watch YouTube videos from the ’80s and "explain" (read: not explain) them. This is Rembert "explaining" Journey's "Separate Ways."