More than anything it is an honor and a delight to raise support for Hope for the Warriors who do such important and remarkable work.
2. This has been a seismic week in Premier League football, right, Spurs fans? Goodbye, MoPo. Hello, JoMo. We broke down the Week of Whiplash at Tottenham in an EMERGENCY POD SPECIAL. Roll on 7:30 a.m. ET Saturday when a refreshed and renewed Jose Mourinho will prowl the Premier League touchline once more at West Ham. What could possibly go wrong?
3. In other games,Liverpool, who have lost just once in their last 51 Premier League contests, face up to the Ayew power of Crystal Palace at 10 a.m. ET Saturday. That’s followed by an Unravelling Pep leading Manchester City against Chelsea, AKA Christian Pulisic plus 10 babies, at 12:30 p.m. ET on Network NBC. THIS WEEK’S ENTIRE TV SCHEDULE.
Worst News of the weekend? The Men In Blazers Show returns Monday, Nov. 25 at 5:30 p.m. ET LIVE after the BIG ONE!!! Aston Villa against Newcastle. We will break down Jose Mourinho’s return, mourn Poch, and revel in all things Tottenham with Rupert Grint, Ron Weasley, who is proper Spurs.
To make you feel better about the world and life in general, listen to our STEVE KERR PODCAST, which is a director’s cut of the television special, including a special Draymond Green Roger Federer story.
4. We are grappling with a ton of content which will drop over the next few weeks, including a live television show after the Merseyside Derby Dec. 4 with special guest Hozier. Also coming up over the next few weeks, a genuinely remarkable Men In Blazers Television Special with Ajax Director of Football and Manchester United Legend Edwin Van Der Sar, and a Boxing Day 2019 Year in Review Craptacular with a very special guest.
In addition to television shows and the Pod, December will also see us cover the President’s Cup for Golf Channel and begin the rollout of our second Visit Britain digital travel series, “Premier League Weekend 2: Electric Boogaloo.”
5. Things I am immersed in:
Television: "Line of Duty" on Hulu, which is one of the biggest shows ever in England. It is so bad it is good. I am in Season 2. The scripting is bonkers. I only understand half of it. But am totally hooked. If anyone can explain to me why this was so massive in UK, I would be honored to know.