The Ringer's Bill Simmons and Shea Serrano have an aversion to getting FUBAR after rewatching the 1989 action classic ‘Tango and Cash' starring Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell. Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of X-Ray Vision, Jason Concepcion and Rosie Knight hard boil some eggs with JF Sebastian! First in Previously On (9:05), they discuss Rosie's Den of Geek cover story on Black Adam (see below) and what to expect from Marvel Studios at Comic Con – including an extended X-Men fan cast. In the Airlock (1:01:29), Jason and Rosie dive deep (deeeep) into the summer of 1982 and specifically the sci-fi flick Blade Runner – discussing the various cuts, the score, the dystopian vision, the legacy, whether Deckard is a replicant, and more with a special appearance by producer (and Blade Runner fan) Saul. In the Hive Mind (2:02:39), Rosie sits down for a charming chat with Ms. Marvel showrunner Bisha K. Ali, exploring their mutual comic book origins in London, Bisha's approach to writing, the challenge and gratification of exploring Partition, and of course that insane finale reveal. (Note: this interview was recorded pre any and all Comic Con news.) Then, in Nerd Out (2:26:31) listener Frances pitches us on RuPaul's Drag Race.Tune in every Friday and don't forget to Hulk Smash the Follow button!Nerd Out Submission Instructions!Send a short pitch and 2-3 minute voice memo recording to email@example.com that answers the following questions: 1) How did you get into/discover your ‘Nerd Out?' (2) Why should we get into it too? (3) What's coming soon in this world that we can look forward to or where can we find it?Follow Jason: twitter.com/netw3rkFollow Crooked Uncultured on Twitter & IGCheck out the unofficial X-Ray Vision DiscordListener's Guide to X-Ray VisionRosie's Den of Geek Black Adam feature.Primo – an upcoming freevee show inspired by Shea Serrano's life in San Antonio - following a teenager balancing the responsibilities of society, college, and home with the support of his mother and five uncles. X2: X-Men United – directed by Bryan Singer in 2003, available here.
This week: new albums from Britpop veterans Reef, non-fakers-of-the-funk Orgöne and Te Whanganui-a-Tara metallurgists End Boss. Also: alarming regularity, not the conceit, disappointing successes, being misremembered for one thing, we hope you like our new direction, the last ten percent of throttle travel, warm hoodies, catastrophic bowel movements, melodic sludge, do better next time, week of the year, visitors from the past, Graun music recs, evil timeline Veronicas, another of those producer types, black Pumas, the Shea Serrano of Texas soul, explaining the podcast, take it offline, giving up hangovers and having your Glastonbury broadcast delayed by a sausage magnate's ex. Next week: new Nova Twins, Kaelin Ellis and Adrian Quesada. Current and recent weeks' review albums can be found on our album review playlist on Spotify - our full 2022 review archive is also up there, along with our 2022 tripping balls mixtape, featuring our favourite tracks from new albums we've reviewed this year. The full list of all the albums we've ever featured on the show (including our top 5s from previous years) available elsewhere on the internet. BALLS and tripping balls are available on their own RSS feeds, as well as being found together on Omny Studio, Spotify and Apple Podcasts (feel free to subscribe, rate and review) - and we welcome your reckons via Twitter, Facebook and email.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(https://followfridaypodcast.com/traci-thomas (Full transcript)) Traci Thomas is the host of https://thestackspodcast.com/ (The Stacks), a podcast about books and the people who read them. Today on Follow Friday, she talks about four of her favorite people she follows online: Someone she has a crush on: Jason Reynolds, https://twitter.com/jasonreynolds83/ (@jasonreynolds83) on Twitter Someone she doesn't know in real life, but wants to be friends with: Shea Serrano https://twitter.com/SheaSerrano ((@sheaserrano) on Twitter, https://www.instagram.com/shea.serrano/ (@shea.serrano) on Instagram) and Larami Serrano https://www.instagram.com/laramiserranophoto/ ((@laramiserranophoto) on Instagram) Someone who makes the internet a better place: @KieseLaymon on https://twitter.com/KieseLaymon (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/KieseLaymon/ (Instagram) Someone who has stopped posting but needs to come back: https://www.nytimes.com/column/still-processing-podcast (Still Processing), a podcast hosted by Jenna Wortham (@jennydeluxe on https://twitter.com/jennydeluxe (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/jennydeluxe/ (Instagram)) and Wesley Morris https://twitter.com/wesley_morris ((@wesley_morris) on Twitter, https://www.instagram.com/wsslyy/ (@wsslyy) on Instagram) And on https://www.patreon.com/followfriday (our Patreon page), you can pledge any amount of money to get access to Follow Friday XL — our members-only podcast feed with exclusive bonus follows. That feed has an extended-length version of this interview in which Traci talks about someone super-talented who's still under the radar: Floral designer Whit McClure. Also: Follow Traci https://twitter.com/bitracial (@bitracial) on Twitter and listen to https://thestackspodcast.com/ (The Stacks) podcast Follow us @FollowFridayPod on https://twitter.com/followfridaypod (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/followfridaypod/ (Instagram) Follow Eric https://twitter.com/HeyHeyESJ (@heyheyesj) on Twitter Theme song written by Eric Johnson, and performed by https://www.fiverr.com/yonamarie (Yona Marie). Show art by https://www.fiverr.com/dodiihr (Dodi Hermawan). Thank you to our amazing patrons: Jon, Justin, Amy, Yoichi, Elizabeth, Sylnai, Matthias, and Shima.
The Ringer's Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Shea Serrano calculate humidity, elevation, temperature, wind, and spindrift to rewatch the 2007 action thriller ‘Shooter,' starring Mark Wahlberg, Danny Glover, and Kate Mara. Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Shea Serrano joins Sean to break down the landscape of action moviemaking. With ‘Uncharted' in theaters, featuring two generations of action hero—Mark Wahlberg and Tom Holland—we ask: What does it mean to be an action star in the 21st century? Sean and Shea build out the Hall of Fame with 10 excruciating picks. Host: Sean Fennessey Guest: Shea Serrano Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we are joined by author, podcaster and cultural commentator Shea Serrano. You may know Shea's work from Grantland, The Ringer, or his recently-released New York Times best-selling book Hip-Hop (And Other Things). Shea has an inspiring hustle and career arc, but at the end of the day he's just a dude that loves rap music. We talk with him about his various exciting projects, his interactions with his fans online, and his journey in journalism. In the intro segment the fellas dissect Earl Sweatshirt's new album Sick! an early contender for hip-hop album of the year. Beats on this week's show are from producer Brycon, instrumentals from the Diamond Lung album Jeweler's Loop and we appreciate the contribution. DBRP is a dot on the map in the archipelago known as Stony Island Audio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cellmates Chris Ryan and Shea Serrano break down Season 1 of ‘Mayor of Kingstown' (spoilers ahead!) and talk about their top five moments from the show that they can't believe made it onto their televisions. Hosts: Chris Ryan and Shea Serrano Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gäster: Clara Kristiansen, Daniel Sanchez, Robin Berglund Relevanta länkar: …Ja Morant https://twitter.com/SheaSerrano/status/1480375668416434176 …Maggans städhjälp https://www.expressen.se/nyheter/kommunals-kritik-inte-en-saker-metod/ https://www.svt.se/nyheter/inrikes/magalena-andersson-om-stadavslojandet-har-naturligtvis-alltid-bet... …Bob Saget https://www.svt.se/kultur/komikern-och-skadespelaren-bob-saget-har-dott …Swish https://www.svt.se/nyheter/tekniktrassel-hos-swish-paverkar-betalningar …branden i Bronx https://www.expressen.se/nyheter/stor-brand-i-new-york-31-allvarligt-skadade/ Låtarna som spelades var: Memories - Sugi.wa I Got You Babe - Sonny & Cher Walking in Memphis - Marc Cohn Brutality - Jaganata Alla låtar finns i AMK Morgons spellista här: https://open.spotify.com/user/amk.morgon/playlist/6V9bgWnHJMh9c4iVHncF9j?si=so0WKn7sSpyufjg3olHYmg Stötta oss gärna på Swish, varje litet bidrag uppskattas enormt! 123 646 2006
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by NFL Network's Peter Schrager to discuss Cooper Kupp's incredible season and case for MVP, Rookie of the Year candidates, and which Week 18 games have meaning (2:27) before making the Million-Dollar Picks for NFL Week 18 (46:54). Finally, Bill talks with Shea Serrano about ‘Cobra Kai' Season 4 (SPOILERS), and the new ABC comedy ‘Abbot Elementary' (52:44). Host: Bill Simmons Guests: Peter Schrager and Shea Serrano Producer: Kyle Crichton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's time for The Ringer's Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Shea Serrano to shake up the free world and get things done. They pop their NZT and revisit the 2011 hit ‘Limitless' starring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro. Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We round off the year with an absolute bucket-list guest - senior staff writer at The Ringer, podcaster and author of FOUR New York Times bestsellers, Shea Serrano is in the house
This week on the SouthBound podcast, it's the best of 2021 – clips from some of my favorite interviews of the year. You'll hear from everyone from bestselling author Shea Serrano to poet Ada Limon to “Death, Sex & Money” podcast host Anna Sale, plus many others.
Episode 86 is out now! Ayden (@OnPointAyden) and Carl (@onpointcarl) are joined by Tim (@TimoTheDamaja) to discuss a tweet from Shea Serrano and put his statement to the test with some surprising results! Shea puts Keanu Reeves'Action Movie Mt Rushmore up for the test: https://twitter.com/SheaSerrano/status/1464000889904144393 We have a new stream on Spotify so please subscribe by clicking the Spotify link below! Join the Sportcodex Community to talk many topics and partake in the banter: The Sportcodex Community Twitter: @sportcodex Listen on Spotify: The Sportcodex Show Old Stream: Listen on iTunes: The Sportcodex Show Like Sports cards? if so, check out card-codex.com
Handsome Bane goes into business for himself but finds it a tad more taxing than he originally thought. Major news is broken with the announcement that HB is writing a book on Pro-Wrestling at the behest of best selling author, Shea Serrano. Kinda... Bane goes on to read the roughest draft of the first chapter of said book. And yes, there is a title, but we're not sure you won't steal it as soon as you hear it. So you'll just have to wait on that. The post I Respect You, Booker Man! appeared first on Hyphen Podcast Group..
Beave and Len fearlessly take on Shea Serrano's excellent new book "Hip-Hop (And Other Things)", and use it as a launching pad for their own thoughts on the genre. They go through their favorite hip-hop albums, rappers, and songs, and also discuss the book in detail. Haven't you always wanted to hear the middle-aged perspective on rap? Tune in and tell five friends!!
Songs from our teenage years have been proven to create a dopamine rush. The creation of a mix tape is a lost art, requiring time, artistic vision, concentration, reflection, trial and error, commitment, and much, much more. Len and Beave combine a sneak preview of Shea Serrano's new book "Hip-Hop (And Other Things)", with songs that would go on their own "Magic Age Mixtape", covering songs from their own teenage years. Get ready for all the Raydio, Spandau Ballet and Van Halen you can handle! Plus, NFL, NBA, and "I Recommend". Put our recap episode in your ear!
The one and only Shea Serrano talks about hip-hop...and other things. Also, writer and editor Laurie Woolever gives us an up-close and personal look at the life and career of Anthony Bourdain. And author Alix Ohlin on her latest short-story collection.
"Power to the People, We're Back to do Maintenance..." - John Lucks (2014) Welcome to Track 49 - Hopeful. This week we discuss the upcoming album from Silk Sonic, share our thoughts on "Still Over It" by Summer Walker, celebrate JAY-Z and the other 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees & discuss who we believe is the best rapper without a classic album. Welcome in & remember, Nigeria Never Carries Last! Intro Song: Wizkid - Mood (ft. Buju) Outro Song: JAY-Z - Smile (ft. Gloria Carter) Rahim's Recommendation: Baby Keem - The Melodic Blue (Album) Paul's Recommendation: Ginga Soul - On My Mind (EP) Time Stamps: Summer Walker, “Over It” discussion: (13:15 – 23:15) Hip-Hop (And Other Things) by Shea Serrano: (28:22 – 41:26) Tragedy at Astroworld: (41:26 – 54:14) Silk Sonic Quick Preview: (54:14 – 01:07:06) HOF Hov: (01:07:06 – 01:13:29) Best Rappers Without a Classic Album @hiphopnumbers: (01:19:57 – 01:35:54) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/two-stubborn-nigerians/message
Jeremy talks about the movie Creed, writing, and why there are explicit podcasts and not implicit podcasts.Subscribe to his substack: Zehr.Substack.ComBuy his book! OUT NOW! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09L564XRJ/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=&fbclid=IwAR3kF4A60Xn2d-wdTLRv7RfQQA3XXzZSeGiOvISQBKFUgEf2zwzIFvHxzFE
This week on Binge Boys, Hal and Lon step into the Dune-verse to discuss the news and give reviews on everyone's new favorite sci-fi epic. They also break down all the latest streaming news and previews including HBO renewing Succession, The Kardashians coming to Hulu, Shea Serrano and Mike Schur heading to IMDBTV, and the success of "Only Murders in the Building". Also, Lon describes what It's like to be hypnotized. This week the Boys binged: Dune (HBO Max) Curb Your Enthusiasm S11 (HBO Max) Hypnotic (Netflix) Be sure to give us a review on iTunes (5 stars please)! Follow Lon on Instagram & Twitter and sign up for his Streaming Newsletter! Follow Hal on Instagram & Twitter check out his Twitch Channel Theme song by Jason Kaye Produced By Travis Reaves Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My guest this week is journalist, author, podcast host, and former teacher Shea Serrano. We spoke about Dune, Shea's love for Jean-Claude Van Damme, the original Mortal Kombat movie, and Jason Statham, why Above The Rim is the best movie soundtrack of all time, the indescribable perfection of Warren G and Nate Dogg's Regulate, the process behind his latest book Hip-Hop (And Other Things), and the importance of establishing your own lane as a creative early in your career. Shea's latest book Hip-Hop (And Other Things) is available now wherever books are sold. Consider copping here. Donna-Claire Chesman's The Book of Mac: Remembering Mac Miller is available now wherever books are sold. Consider copping here.Follow Shea Serrano on Instagram and Twitter: @SheaSerranoFollow Dylan "CineMasai" Green on Instagram (@cinemasai), Twitter (@CineMasai_), and Letterboxd (@CineMasai) Support the show (https://cash.app/$CineMasai)
Number one New York Times best-selling author Shea Serrano's latest audiobook combines the smooth hipness of Tribe Called Quest, the hellfire of DMX (RIP), the quirky brilliance of Missy Elliot and the sheer, unstoppable flow of Jay-Z into one enlightened compendium of hip-hop greatness. Hip-Hop (and Other Things) is about, as it were, rap, but also some other things. It's a smart, fun, funny, insightful audiobook that spends the entirety of its time celebrating what has become the most dominant form of music over the past two and a half decades. From Tupac to Jay Z, Missy Elliott to Drake, you'll find pretty much all of the big names among this book - as well as a bunch of the smaller names, too. Some of the chapters are serious, and some of the chapters are silly, and some of the chapters are a combination of both things. All of them, though, are treated with the care and respect that they deserve.
We are drafting again! And this time, the roster is growing. Shea Serrano and Van Lathan join Sean, Amanda, and Chris Ryan for a draft of one of the greatest years in movie history: 1994. Hosts: Sean Fennessey and Amanda Dobbins Guests: Chris Ryan, Van Lathan, Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Logan and Raja welcome The Ringer's own Shea Serrano to the podcast and he has a burning question for Raja Bell to start off the show. They get into the Spurs-Suns rivalry (0:50), the Spurs-Lakers rivalry (19:45), and the process of rebuilding after experiencing the glory of a dynasty (26:30). Then Shea tells a story from his new book, 'Hip-Hop (And Other Things)' (34:35), sends a message to friend-of-the-show Juan Toscano-Anderson (38:40), and makes some promises about the Aces next season (41:05). Hosts: Logan Murdock and Raja Bell Guest: Shea Serrano Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Henry Lake talks with author Shea Serrano about his book Hip-Hop (And Other Things), why he writes the way he does, artistry, the balance between new school and old school, the best rapper dead or alive that nobody talks about, why hip hop means so much to him and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On a very special Episode 9 of X-Ray Vision, Jason Concepcion fights for DESERT POWER! In Previously On…(2:13) Jason goes solo to recap the world of Frank Herbert's Dune as brought to life in Denis Villeneuve's new film. In the Airlock (32:48) Jason is joined by special guests Jason Goldman & Haitch of the Dune Pod to dive deep (deeeeep) into the cinematic sand dunes & rich textural history of Herbert's novels. In The Omnibus (1:08:36), Jason explores the origin of the space empire trope and compares and contrasts Dune with Isaac Asimov's Foundations. And in The Endgame (1:20:32) Shea Serrano drops by the pod to give his take on Dune, shout out his new book, and then Jason and Shea pick their Cafeteria Table (from Jason & Shea's own The Connect) of Hot Cinematic Dads. X-Ray's Rule of Thumb: you can never have too many Oscar Isaacs. Use #XRVEndgame & let us know what you think of their choices! Tune in every Wednesday and don't forget to Hulk Smash the Follow button! Follow Jason: twitter.com/netw3rk Follow Crooked: twitter.com/crookedmedia PLUGS: Listen to Jason Goldman & Haitch on the Dune Pod & check out the other fantastic shows on the Tapedeck Podcast Network! Hip Hop (And Other Things) by Shea Serrano is out now & available wherever books are sold! The Listener's Guide for all things X-Ray Vision! Enemy, a 2013 drama film directed by Denis Villeneuve and starring Jake Gyllenhaal in a dual role as men alike in appearance, but different in personality. The spider reference in question relates to the dreams shared by Gyllenhaal's characters Adam & Anthony, including a dream of a naked woman with a spider head and a skyscraper-sized spider crawling through the city. Frank Herbert's Dune (Sci-Fi), A 2000 miniseries on the Sci Fi Channel (before the ‘Y' rebrand), written and directed by John Harrison, and followed up with a Children of Dune miniseries in 2003. Dune ('84), directed and written by David Lynch, and featuring Kyle Maclachlan in his film debut. Heavily criticized upon release for pretty much everything except its special effects, the film bombed at the box office and Lynch disowned it. Roger Ebert scorched the movie in his review and later named it the worst movie of the year. Available on HBOMax. Silent Spring, by Rachel Carson; first published in 1962, the book focuses on the adverse environmental impact (mostly on birds, hence the title) of excessive pesticides by chemical companies. The book prompted widespread outrage and an overall ban on the use of DDT for agricultural purposes. Available on Bookshop. For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/xrayvision.. For a transcript of this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
John, Tyler, and Mike discuss their biggest surprises after the first week of the NBA season (2:00) before talking to Shea Serrano about his new book ‘Hip-Hop (And Other Things), his new television show ‘Primo', why he still has faith in Gregg Popovich, and more (7:00). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Logan Murdock and Shea Serrano of The Ringer saddle up to talk about the cowboy family drama 'Concrete Cowboy' streaming on Netflix. The movie may be treading on familiar territory, but they break down why it's still worth your time. Hosts: Logan Murdock and Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode of Jenkins and Jonez, the guys are joined by the great Shea Serrano (20:21) and they get into how Shea stays grounded with all of his success, how weird it is for people wanting to be involved in his projects, and he settles the great debate; Peanut Butter or Jelly! It's all here and more! Be sure to follow John, Tyler and Mike on Twitter and stay up to date with the latest from The Volume right here! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Logan Murdock and Shea Serrano discuss the newest season of 'Last Chance U' and break down the emotional season of college basketball. They discuss their favorite characters, what it means to be a great coach, and the dramatic conclusion to the season. Hosts: Logan Murdock and Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The hardest decade to win an NBA championship was in the 1990's. It's definitive that Michael Jordan's presence disrupted the chances of many NBA stars throughout that era. But how would their legacy change, if they won a championship? Join these two Toronto natives as Boni and Felix go back in time and discuss NBA superstars that never won a championship, in this third installment of the Shea Serrano series based on the #1 New York Times bestseller, "Basketball (And Other Things) A Collection of Questions Asked, Answered, Illustrated" 2017. They will also discuss current NBA stars that will be ringless, and end the episode with a popular Tik Tok trend.Follow us on Instagram: @fullcourtpress.toLike & Share our Facebook Page: Full Court Press with Boni and FelixCheck out us here - - https://linktr.ee/fullcpress.toFULL EPISODE SUMMARYBoni and Felix discuss active NBA players that will not win a championship by the time their career is over from Carmelo Anthony to Russell Westbrook. Felix's choice of NBA players that have not won a ring: Reggie Miller, Karl Malone, and Steve Nash.Boni's choice of NBA players that have not won a ring: Dominique Wilkins, Patrick Ewing, and Charles Barkley.Tik Tok trend: Boni and Felix will be giving each other random NBA teams, and construct their starting lineup and sixth man from position to position. Which team was the better build? Follow us on Instagram: @fullcourtpress.toLike & Share our Facebook Page: Full Court Press with Boni and FelixCheck out us here - - https://linktr.ee/fullcpress.to
Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen; Shaquille O'Neal and Penny Hardaway; Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson; LeBron James and Dwyane Wade; Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant; Tim Duncan and Tony Parker. These are just a handful of the NBA duos that basketball fans know and love. The Batman and Robin relationships, as well as the drama that comes out of these relationships, will always be remembered. But what about the NBA duos that have been forgotten or have been overlooked? Boni and Felix will discuss NBA duos that were "perfect" for each other. Join these two Toronto basketball fanatics in their second installment of the Shea Serrano series, based on the #1 New York Times bestseller, "Basketball (And Other Things) A Collection of Questions Asked, Answered, Illustrated" 2017.Follow us on Instagram: @fullcourtpress.toLike & Share our Facebook Page: Full Court Press with Boni and FelixCheck out us here - - https://linktr.ee/fullcpress.toSUMMARY 1ST -HALFOpinions of NBA All Star Game to take place on March 7, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia.Boni and Felix will be discussing NBA duos that were perfect for each other. In particular, duos that have not won a championship together.The following questions Shea Serrano provides will give insight into discussing the "perfect" NBA duo:Did they win a bunch of games?How interesting was the duo's compatibility both on the court and philosophically?How did their partnership end?Was each member of the dup in his prime during their time together?Were they fun to watch?SUMMARY - 2ND HALF Felix touches upon his favourite two players ever, Steve Nash and Dirk NowitzkiBoni brings up Chris Webber and Vlade Divac's partnership.Guess what? More Steve Nash! This time with Amar'e Stoudemire discussed by Felix.Boni takes a look at the then, New Jersey Nets' Jason Kidd and Vince Carter.Felix details a duo that just didn't work out in the end, Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant.Remember the Dwight Howard and Jameer Nelson duo? Haha didn't think so. Boni highlights their successes and downfalls.Felix gives a shoutout to some honorable mention duos in NBA history. Full Timeout segment: Which forgotten NBA duo would you take? Follow us on Instagram: @fullcourtpress.toLike & Share our Facebook Page: Full Court Press with Boni and FelixCheck out us here - - https://linktr.ee/fullcpress.to
If you ever played NBA2K, then you know that you can partake in the MyPlayer / MyCareer mode. Well guess what? There is no need to spend your VC (virtual currency) at SWAG's or on making your player a 99 overall. Erase everything you know about MyPlayer / MyCareer. Because conversing about it is better (or LIT as the kids say). Inspired by Shea Serrano's #1 New York Times bestseller, "Basketball (And Other Things) A Collection of Questions Asked, Answered, Illustrated" 2017, Boni and Felix will construct their best basketball player, using elements and attributes from current and past NBA players. Who do you think built the better player? Follow us on Instagram: @fullcourtpress.toLike & Share our Facebook Page: Full Court Press with Boni and FelixCheck out us here - - https://linktr.ee/fullcpress.toSUMMARY - 1ST HALFEveryday work chatsSuperbowl LV - Tom Brady vs. Patrick Mahomes (Tampa Bay Bucaneers vs. Kansas City Chiefs)Godzilla vs. King Kong (2021) / Fast and the FuriousCriticism from the media / past NBA players in regards to current NBA playersSUMMARY - 2ND HALFBuilding their FrankenplayerHEIGHT: Felix / Kevin Durant 7'0 ft - Boni / Kristaps Porzingas 7'3 ftWINGSPAN: Felix / Giannis Antetokounmpo 7'3 ft - Boni / Manute Bol 8'6 ftATTRACTIVE FACE: Felix / Kelly Oubre Jr - Boni / Serge IbakaSPEED: Felix / John Wall - Boni / Muggsy BoguesSTRENGTH: Felix / Shaquille O'Neal - Boni / Karl MaloneVERTICAL: Felix / Vince Carter - Boni / Wilt ChamberlainATHLETICISM: Felix / Dominique Wilkins - Boni / LeBron JamesPASSING ABILITY: Felix & Boni / Magic JohnsonHANDLES: Felix / Kyrie Irving - Boni / Jamal CrawfordDEFENSE: Felix / Michael Jordan - Boni / Ben WallaceFOOTWORK: Felix / Carmelo Anthony - Boni / Hakeem OlajuwonREBOUNDING: Felix / Dennis Rodman - Boni / Dikembe MutomboMENTALITY: Felix & Boni / Kobe Bryant3 POINT SHOOTING: Felix & Boni / Stephen Curry3 POINT ACCURACY: Felix / Klay Thompson - Boni / Steve KerrSHOOTING FORM: Felix / Reggie Miller - Boni / Zach LavineCLUTCH GENE: Felix / Dirk Nowitzki - Boni / Michael JordanCOURT VISION: Felix / Steve Nash - Boni / John StocktonMID-RANGE: Felix / Larry Bird - Boni / Chris PaulBASKETBALL IQ: Felix / LeBron James - Boni / Tim DuncanLEADERSHIP: Felix / Chris Paul - Boni / Larry BirdBoni's "Roast or Boast" segmentFollow us on Instagram: @fullcourtpress.toLike & Share our Facebook Page: Full Court Press with Boni and FelixCheck out us here - - https://linktr.ee/fullcpress.to
In Ep. #1, Caroline interviews Eb Jones to hear the full story of the WNBA Orange Hoodie, and how it came to be one of the most successful pieces of merchandise in the history of women's sports.In 2020, the WNBA Orange Hoodie made history. The Sports Business Journal named it the “Fashion Statement of the Year”, Opendorse named it one of the top 5 performing athlete influencer marketing campaigns of 2020, and at one point, it was the top-selling item across the entire Fanatics website, and ultimately became the best-selling WNBA item ever sold.The story of the WNBA Orange Hoodie begins in February 2019, with a strategic decision by Eb Jones, who was the Head of Content of Influencer Strategy at the WNBA at the time. As the WNBA underwent their most recent rebrand, Eb put together the merchandising & influencer strategy to support the rebranding efforts. The result? The WNBA Orange Hoodie was born, and selected to be the WNBA's signature item. Eventually, the Orange Hoodie was distributed to all WNBA players and a small group of athlete and entertainment influencers, including A'ja Wilson, Kobe Bryant, Naomi Osaka, Lebron James, Jemele Hill, Gabrielle Union, Shea Serrano, and many more. Many reports and analysts attribute the recent growth & success of the WNBA in large part to the Orange Hoodie, and the impressions and excitement it generated for the league. More from GOALS Subscribe: Email sign-upTwitter: @goals_sports_Instagram: @goals_sports_Website: goals-sports.comEmail: email@example.com
In honor of 'The Office' getting put on Peacock, Shea Serrano and Jason Gallagher get together to countdown their five favorite episodes of the series. Hosts: Jason Gallagher and Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Bill Simmons and Shea Serrano break down Season 3 of 'Cobra Kai' and make some predictions for what will happen in Season 4. Hosts: Bill Simmons and Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rob Harvilla and Shea Serrano talk about 'Soul,' released on Disney+ on Christmas Day, and where it ranks among their favorite Pixar movies. Hosts: Rob Harvilla and Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Shea Serrano and Mallory Rubin make their respective cases for why you should watch Pixar's 'Soul,' streaming on Disney+, or 'Wonder Woman 1984,' streaming on HBO Max, on Christmas Day. Hosts: Mallory Rubin and Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
3 time New York Times Best Selling Author, Shea Serrano, joins for a deep dive into movies, television, candy and sports. 'The Ringer' staff writer is one of the most culturally relevant commentators today. We talk about his childhood, cafeteria fist fights, how he went from middle school teacher to writer and his use of Twitter. But most importantly….he hates Milk Duds. Eric Ladin - https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1426686/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 Lance Zierlein - https://twitter.com/LanceZierlein --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/offscriptpod/message
This week, we home in on the biggest story in baseball: Fernando Tatis Jr. vs. regressive unwritten rules. We open by wondering whether this will be the old generation's last big stance against electric young players (1:03), before inviting The Ringer's Shea Serrano onto the show so he can learn and react to some of baseball's most ridiculous unwritten rules (21:15). Finally, Mike and Ben close by assessing the most drastic movers by FanGraphs' playoff odds (46:41). Hosts: Michael Baumann, Ben Lindbergh, Zach Kram Guest: Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
JJ and Tommy are joined by The Ringer's Shea Serrano to talk about his process and inspiration for being a writer. They also talk about new developments in the NBA's possible return and the art of talking politics online. Then they pick their desert island romantic comedy movies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Grab your wands and house scarf because we're going to Hogwarts. We delve into the magical world of Harry Potter with our guest Mike Schubert from Potterless Podcast. We start with the Sorcerer's Stone - as one should - and talk about our favorite casting choices, some problematic directions for character development, and how it's just perfect the way this story fits into seven books. Also, there are some hot takes on Snape's movie character. Episode Drink: Unicorn's Blood 1.5 oz silver tequila 1.5 oz St. Germain (elderflower liqueur) 1 oz lemon juice Instructions Add everything to a cocktail shaker with ice and shake (hard!) for a full 20 seconds. Strain into a coupe glass. Thanks to BetterCocktail.com Our Drinking Game for this Story Take a drink: Every time Harry's scar hurts Every time Malfoy says “Potter” Every time Snape is supposed to be suspicious Any time there is any hardcore foreshadowing Any time a house gets point awarded or taken away Finish your drink when something unfortunately happens to Neville Take a shot when Malfoy starts his chorus of “My Father Will Hear About This.” Fantastic Reads Jordan: Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan - the finale of the Crazy Rich Asians Trilogy Em: The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch Mike: Movies (And Other Things) by Shea Serrano, Arturo Torres (Illustrator) A Novel Adaptation was created by Emily Eppley and Jordan Redwine. See more details at www.anoveladaptation.com and see what's coming up next to read along with us. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Goodreads to join the conversation. Our artwork is by Kit Bernal. Our music is “Harlequin” by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0.
Shea Serrano tells Jason Concepcion why 'Extraction,' Netflix's latest action movie starring Chris Hemsworth and produced by the Russo brothers, is the best movie he has seen in 2020. Hosts: Jason Concepcion and Shea Serrano Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We weren't quite sure what to call it, but on the first episode of Glass Bridges, Kalie deems Coronavirus a banned word from her household after quarantine is over, Kiley talks about why she's actually somewhat enjoying quarantine, and Kalie forgets that Shea Serrano's book is actually called "The Rap Yearbook."Learn about the all the good things that have come from quarantine, how you can support your furloughed friends and local businesses, and what you can expect from the podcast in general... even though this doesn't even begin to cover it.
Samantha Weiner is a senior editor at Abrams Books. She specializes in nonfiction books, especially in the areas of illustrated, sports, and pop culture. She's going to take us through the many steps a nonfiction book has to go through before it gets published, her fall books, which are out now, and her journey in the publishing industry. Want to know what it's like to work with writers, musicians, actors, and artists like Shea Serrano, Amanda Seales, and QuestLove? How to break into the publishing industry? Or who the greatest TV couple of all-time is? Well, lucky for you, Samantha has you covered... You can follow Samantha Weiner on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/SamanthaWeiner1 You can follow The Writer's Way Podcast at: www.facebook.com/TheWritersWayPodcast www.instagram.com/thewriterswaypodcast https://twitter.com/writerswaypod
Mike and Kelsey's dream concept for a podcast turns out to be a little more of a nightmare. Upon waking (shaken) they go head to head in movie buff calculus. Show References: - Never Seen It with Kyle Ayers “Amy Miller has never seen The Shining” (Starburns Studios) - Rewatchable “‘Remember The Titans' With Bill Simmons, Shea Serrano, and Rembert Browne” (The Ringer) For more info or to send Mike and Kelsey your thoughts on new pods you've heard, visit www.strawhutmedia.com or @sihtipandlisten on Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 128 - In this week's episode, Sean Morrissey (@Sean_Morrissey on Twitter) joins Kj and Jason again in the third chair! During Week in Review, they review some of the past month's events such as the release of Shea Serrano's new book, Kj's ongoing groundhog and mole problem, and Sean's three takeaways from life in Philadelphia. Next, they go down a huge groundhog hole as they share their Real Thoughts on the best female lead singers of all time (20:50). Later, find out if they have a guest when they play Do We Have A Guest? (54:57)! Finally, they wrap it all up with Feedback (55:14)! All that, plus several conversational tangents… Good is up! Twitter: @SpeakTangents, @judofuse (Jason), @buffalo_alice (Kj) Facebook: @SpeakTangents Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Leave us a review on iTunes. Subscribe now and never miss an episode!
A very special epsiode of the HeyDad Podcast, where we get a chance to interview Shea Serrano from The Ringer. He's an amazing writer, full-on Thing on the Internet, and a Dad of three boys. We talk about positivity, hard conversations with his kids, and which rapper/character from The Office he would choose to be his dad. FYI: There is some adult language in the interview - so if you're listening with kids, you've been warned! :) Also, "You know what I hate?" is back! Call anytime and leave us a voicemail with a story of your kid being a psycho - (415) 340-2349 The code "heydadpodcast" gets you $10 off at HeyDad.com - do it! IG: @heydad Twitter: @heydadbox email: email@example.com