Pardon the Interruption

September 24, 2012

Season 11, Ep 211, Aired 9/24/12
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  • Episode Description
  • Tony and Mike discuss the top sports stories including: their thoughts on the Ravens beating the Patriots 31-30 on a last second field goal and if Patriots head coach Bill Belichick should be fined for touching a referee while they were running off the field at the end of the game; their thoughts on if the 49ers were overrated, following their 24-13 loss to the Vikings; their thoughts on if either the Texans, Arizona Cardinals or Falcons are the best team in the NFL after all three teams won their game and advanced to 3-0; their thoughts on the Saints losing to the Chiefs 27-24 and if there is any chance the 0-3 Saints can make the playoffs; their thoughts on the Lions losing to the Titans 44-41 and if Lions head coach Jim Schwartz is to blame for the loss; their thoughts on the Redskins losing to the Bengals 38-31. Later Tony and Mike do Mail Time!moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Mitch Albom

    Celebrity Stat Boy

  • Tony Kornheiser

    Co-Host

  • Michael Wilbon

    Co-Host

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • Mike Wilbon: Tony, a man in New Zealand needed medical assistance after getting an eel stuck in his bottom.
      Tony Kornheiser: And yet I flew back in time for today's show.

    Trivia (1)

    • Happy Birthday: Dennis Allen, two days late!
      Happy Anniversary: Michael Simko! In 2006 he dropkicked Don St. Denis' windshield, then threw his helmet into his driver side window, Denis then exited his car threw the previously broken windshield and the two brawled on the race track.
      Happy Trails: Ozzie Guillen? Reports say there is a 75% chance that he may be fired after his first season as Marlins manager.

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