ESPN: The B.S. Report with Bill Simmons
Summary: Grantland's Bill Simmons discusses sports and pop culture with celebrities and media personalities.
Brian Scalabrine visits the studio to talk about his days as a Celtic, the rift between Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo and why no one talks to KG before games.
In Part 1 of 2, Bill Simmons and guest co-host Joe House call up Cousin Sal to guess the Week 8 lines, then discuss discouraging wins from the Patriots and Cowboys.
In Part 2 of 2, Bill Simmons and guest co-host Joe House call up JackO to discuss the downfall of the 2012 Yankees, and the future of Alex Rodriguez.
Jalen Rose and Bill Simmons announce their involvement in 'NBA Countdown' and offer their thoughts on Shaq's career as a player, the new-look Lakers, the Fab Five, and more.
Mike Lombardi and Bill Simmons discuss the bizarre coaching strategies and adjustments necessary to stay competitive during Week 6 of the NFL season.
JackO and Joe House join Bill to talk baseball. JackO mourns the loss of Yankee captain Derek Jeter and Joe House mourns the loss of the 2012 feel-good Washington Nationals.
Cousin Sal joins Bill Simmons to commiserate over heartbreaking losses for both the Cowboys and the Patriots; then turn their attention to the Week 7 betting lines.
JackO and Zach Lowe join Bill to talk about Raul Ibanez's big night in New York and the upcoming NBA season.
Cousin Sal joins Bill Simmons to review Week 5 of NFL games and guess the Week 6 lines.
Malcolm Gladwell and Bill Simmons discuss the upcoming 30 for 30 film '9.79,' how Canada embraced the sprinter Ben Johnson, and the use of PED's in sports.
Bill Barnwell joins Bill to talk NFL; Joe House chimes in from D.C., where the Nationals are in the playoffs; and Gus Ramsey joins to preview the Pats-Broncos game.
Arnold Schwarzenegger tells Bill Simmons about his start as a body builder in the military, his film career, and a dinner with Wilt Chamberlain and Andre the Giant.
JackO joins Bill to break down the exciting finish of the MLB season and commiserate the 2012 Red Sox.
Bill Simmons calls Cousin Sal to talk Week 4 of the NFL and guess the lines for Week 5, then calls Billy Corben, director of 'Broke', the first film of 30 for 30: Volume 2.
Bill Simmons reviews Kevin Wildes' latest batch of half baked ideas including, Mother Nature's Tattoos, Felonyland and Ice Coffee Water Fountain.