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Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon face off in the nation's capital on the day's hottest topics.

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Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon face off in the nation's capital on the day's hottest topics.

    Best Of The Best

    Best Of The Best

    Michael Wilbon and Frank Isola react to high seeds losing at the Australian Open, Zion's second game tonight and the NBA All-Star starters.

    • 21 min
    It Counts

    It Counts

    Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser react to Zion's great second half, Eli's bid for a Hall of Famer and if Trae Young be an All-Star.

    • 21 min
    Not Pretty

    Not Pretty

    Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser react to the Kansas State/Kansas brawl, the anticipated debut of Zion and Jeter being one vote short of unanimous.

    • 21 min
    New Things

    New Things

    Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser react to the Pro Bowl's onside kick experiment, the Rockets' continued struggles and Arenado's displeasure with the Rockies.

    • 21 min
    Un"Pack"ed

    Un"Pack"ed

    Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon question if the NFC Championship game was more about the 49ers or the Packers, Tom Brady and Philip Rivers' futures and more.

    • 21 min
    Keep The Quality

    Keep The Quality

    Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser react to the buzzer scandal with the Astros, the air quality for the Australian Open and preview the conference championships this weekend.

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

@697Wolf ,

Sneaky

Stop trying to put non-PTI shows on under the PTI podcast. Mike and Tony are great, ESPN is not.

bill the kid ,

Fantastic

So I was sitting at home after my daily workout watching Pardon the Interruption, when Tony Kornheiser turns to the camera and tells the world about PTI being available on iTunes. And I thought to myself, well that sounds great and all but I'll bet they will have commercials or something of the sort that will waste my time and keep me from the gripping words of my two favorite sports analysts. But, no. There are no commercials and the show is able to flow from topic to topic unhindered by another add for Guinness Draft (although I think the commercials are brilliant, I think that they should back off and let Red Stripe get some time). But I digress, Pardon the Interruption on the iPod is pretty much the best thing that has happened to the podcast scene, making me be able to listen to their epic banter while I'm working out instead of having to start early and finish with them halfway through their show. I love PTI on iTunes.

hozknee2 ,

Pti is best show on tv

Love PTI. Wish ESPN wasn’t so blatantly political

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