Rack him! He's Clah-sic! Tony talks 20 years of ‘Pardon the Interruption,’ and Dave joins the show to discuss his big win on ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’ By Bill Simmons and Dave Chang Dec 1, 2020, 11:09pm EST Tony Kornheiser is making headlines this afternoon for all the wrong reasons. 62 minutes | Mar 23rd 2020 "See you at the water park" Tony opens the show by giving a brief update on how he's doing and by also talking to Gary Braun about how he's faring. Plus, recap the Astros' win and much more. Tony Kornheiser: 'I was physically terrified' for Alex Smith / by Ryan Homler Football Team Alex Smith's return to the football field on Sunday after nearly two years removed from a severe leg injury brought with it mixed emotions for those taking in the incredible moment. The Tony Kornheiser Show 375 Episodes Follow Share. Author of three collections of allegedly funny columns from the Post: Pumping Irony (1995), Bald As I Wanna Be (1997) and I'm Back For More Cash (2002). Tony Kornheiser, Writer: Pardon the Interruption. Updated Jul 13, 2020 at 8:59pm ... ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser said that he believes money is ultimately the reason Synder made the decision to change the team name. Novak Djokovic's latest major title hasn't convinced PTI host Tony Kornheiser about his standing in tennis. Home / Uncategorized / tony kornheiser head injury , On June 2, 2016, Kornheiser announced that his show will be relaunched as a podcast-only show. The legendary Pardon The Interruption co-host blasted the Washington Post for how it handled its front page. Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser break the unfortunate news that Texans QB Deshaun Watson will miss the rest of the season due to a knee injury. Sports columnist & writer for the Washington Post since 1979. For more than two decades, The Tony Kornheiser Show was a staple of sports-talk radio — terrestrial and satellite. In Kornheiser’s case, a team like Penn State or Michigan could potentially knock them off but would need to go undefeated in order to make the playoff at 9-0 after a Big Ten title. Tony Kornheiser Softens Tone on Justin Herbert Brian Giuffra 11/11/2020 Immigration detainees file for class-action lawsuit against ICE and Georgia gynecologist, alleging misconduct "What is happening now, and the smartest man I ever met in television, Don Ohmeyer, would have predicted this, because he said the answer to all your questions is money," Kornheiser said. The T-man, he's epic! Pic: Getty/ESPN. Previously a sportswriter for the New York Times and Newsday.