Pardon the Interruption

January 31, 2012

Season 11, Ep 63, Aired 1/31/12
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  • Episode Description
  • Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the reports that say Peyton Manning's progress from his neck surgery isn't advancing as it should, that his nerves in his right arm are not healing at the pace they should and is possible he could miss another full NFL season and their thoughts on Peyton Manning's sit down interview with ESPN where he said that he's feeling good, is making progress and is hoping to be cleared soon; their thoughts on who has more at stake at the Super Bowl: Tom Brady who would win his fourth Super Bowl or Eli Manning who would win his second; their thought's on Blake Griffin's dunk on Kendrick Perkins during the Clippers/Thunder game and if it is more than just a dunk; their thoughts on Aaron Rodgers saying that the players in the Pro Bowl didn't show any pride in the game; their thoughts on the NFL selling tickets to attend the Super Bowl's media day and if it's alright the the NFL is doing so; their thoughts on Colts owner Jim Irsay saying that the NFL is looking at the possibility of playing a Super Bowl in London and if it's a smart move to have an American-exclusive event held in a different country; their thoughts on the Magic losing to the 76ers, marking their 4th straight loss and if it's just time to trade Dwight Howard to lose the circus surrounding him. Later Tony and Mike play Toss Up!moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tony Kornheiser

    Co-Host

  • Michael Wilbon

    Co-Host

  • Tony Reali

    Stat Boy

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • Mike Wilbon: Tony, Aaron Rodgers said some players showed a lack of pride in the Pro Bowl. Have you ever done that on PTI?
      Tony Kornheiser: Lack of pride? No. Lack of pants?

    Notes (1)

    • Happy Birthday: Vernon Davis!
      Happy Anniversary: Roger Federer! In 2010 he beat Andy Murray to win the Australian Open.
      Happy Trails: a perfectly good pair of handcuffs! A fan handcuffed himself to the goal during the Manchester City/Everton match and officials had to cut them off to free him.

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