ESPN: The B.S. Report with Bill Simmons
Summary: Grantland's Bill Simmons discusses sports and pop culture with celebrities and media personalities.
Chuck Klosterman comes on to discuss the College Football Playoff National Championship, Oscar films, and the life of Leonardo DiCaprio.
Cousin Sal comes on to talk about the weekend's NFL action, plus Bill calls his dad to talk about the Patriots and Celtics.
Grantland's Bill Barnwell and Bill Simmons's friend J-Bug join the show to talk about Boston's Olympic bid and the Patriots.
In Part 2 of 2, Grantland's Zach Lowe joins the show to discuss the Pistons' win over the Spurs, the powerhouse in Chicago, and much more.
In Part 1 of 2, Bill calls his buddy JackO to take a look at this year's Baseball Hall of Fame inductees and discuss their fond memories of Craig Biggio.
Bill, Jalen, and Jacoby pop the trunk and talk about the Detroit Lions' loss, the Clippers' team chemistry, and the troubles in Cleveland (recorded 1/5/15).
Cousin Sal and Bill discuss the NFL playoff picture before ESPN's Gus Ramsey comes on to remember Stuart Scott.
Bill Simmons talks with Cousin Sal about Week 17 action before guessing the lines for Week 18. Plus, ESPN's Mike Sando joins the show to talk football.
Bill calls Zach Lowe to discuss possible destinations for Josh Smith, Rondo's fit on the Mavericks, and the NBA playoff race.
Cousin Sal and Bill Simmons discuss 2014 NFL MVP candidates before guessing the Week 17 lines. Plus, Bill calls his dad to talk about the Rondo trade.
On the audio version of the 'Grantland Basketball Hour,' Ryen Russillo joins Bill and Jalen to break down the Rondo trade, plus Michael Rapaport talks the New York Knicks.
Chris Rock comes on to discuss his new film, 'Top Five,' his relationship with Eddie Murphy, and more. Plus, Bill's dad joins the show to talk Boston sports.
Bill Simmons and Joe House count down their controversial top 20 'Boogie Nights' character rankings.
Larry David sits down with Bill Simmons to talk about why he has yet to commit to a new season of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' and justifies the 'Seinfeld' finale.
Chuck Klosterman and Bill Simmons discuss college football, Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin fronting U2, the role of a sports commissioner, and much more.