Episode 356 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, who is an executive producer on ESPN's latest "30-for-30" documentary, "Once Upon A Time In Queens."Jimmy's Cousin Sal is also a producer on the doc and joins the podcast to discuss the best nostalgic moments from the doc, why they wanted to tell the story of the 1986 New York Mets and which former players stood out for their performances in the show.Kimmel also talks about his time on FOX's NFL pregame show, how much Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long hated him and almost getting voted off the "NFL on FOX."Other topics discussed include why the '80s were the best decade, what Kimmel's mentality is doing a late-night show during the age of streaming, the one guest he'd like to have on his show, his reaction to going viral, which question he hates being asked.Following Romo is the weekly Traina Thoughts segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY read the latest "SI Media Podcast" reviews on Apple, reveal about Week 1 NFL television observations, give credit to Tom Brady for being right about a big issue and talk about the MTV Video Music Awards. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jimmy Kimmel Returns, Father’s Day Sunburns, The Process in Philly is Over, and the Nets are the Krispy Kreme of the NBA
Extra Points with Cousin Sal & Dave Dameshek
Sal spends Father’s Day getting sunburnt and Dave warns everyone coming to LA that the sun is very hot. The guys recap a surprising final four teams left in the NBA playoffs and an incredible weekend of games as Kevin Durant nearly carried the Nets to victory. Sal couldn’t enjoy the Nets losing because he had so many futures bets on them and Dave compares the super team Nets to Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. Plus, Suns/Clippers Game 1 and the Sixers struggle to win as Doc Rivers loses another Game 7 and Ben Simmons may be done in Philadelphia (06:15). Sal and Dave give their Crown Royal King of the Court awards (26:15) and then discuss Jon Rahm’s US Open win and how a fan was able to somehow run on the course with a golf club and take a couple shots (29:00). Jimmy Kimmel joins the show to discuss the first ever Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl and the Father’s Day Card he got from his daughter. Sal brings up the possibility of a UNLV/Arizona State game, the two universities Jimmy attended, plus how the game came about. Joel pitches Jimmy on a “Punt, Pass and Pizza” contest and it bombs miserably. The guys talk about how the Mets documentary is coming along and how excited they are about seeing it so far (38:00). Finally, Dave and Sal discuss the NHL playoffs and could Deshaun Watson play this season (01:04:15)?
Sixers Collapse, Ben Simmons Struggles, Jimmy Kimmel Bowl, and deGrom MVP Odds
Against All Odds with Cousin Sal (Extra Points Edition)
Cousin Sal and the Degenerate Trifecta react to the Sixers Game 5 collapse against the Atlanta Hawks as Ben Simmons goes 4-14 from the free throw line. Brother Bri correctly picks the Clippers to win on the road as Paul George steps up and puts them one game away from their first Western Conference Finals (02:00). Harry makes the pick between Bucks/Nets for Race to Ten Thursday as the guys will be joined by Dave Dameshek. Sal confirms there will be a Jimmy Kimmel Bowl this year in college football and of course Harry already had a prediction (05:30). The guys then discuss the NBA Playoffs; Nets/Bucks, Sixers/Hawks and Jazz/Clippers and their best bets (11:30). Plus, Islanders/Lightning heads to Nassau Coliseum as Mikey Meatballs will be in the building and has a prop bet (34:15). Sal takes a look at Jacob deGrom’s MVP and CY Young value, plus what to make of Gerrit Cole asking MLB to work with pitchers on using foreign substances (42:30). In honor of Father’s Day it’s a trip on the Make Believe Riverboat Casino to discuss which dad would be the worst to drive home with after losing a game (50:30). Finally, the guys close things out by making their Sharp Tank picks (01:00:30).
In which Rob and comedian/host/writer Jimmy Kimmel discuss what hats they could get away with, dive deep on yacht rock, we learn about Jimmy’s honorary mayorship of a Canadian town, and get an insider’s view on what really happened with the 2017 Best Picture results. Plus: Rob answers a question about hindsight in the LoweDown Line. Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Your question could get featured on the show!
52. Jimmy Kimmel on Comedy, Process, Late Night Lessons
The Colin Cowherd Podcast
On this episode of The Colin Cowherd Podcast, Colin opens by discussing the avalanching doping scandal involving legendary horse trainer Bob Baffert's dirty derby winner, and how his reaction is similar to other famous cheaters (1:00).He's joined by the host of Jimmy Kimmel Live! , Jimmy Kimmel, who opens up about growing up with Cousin Sal (3:00), why comedians are underrated actors (6:00), why Jerry Seinfeld is like Steph Curry (7:00), which comedian's live performance blew him away (8:00), when he knows an interview is going sideways (12:00), what advice about hosting Don Rickles gave him (13:00), why he's more of a broadcaster than a comedian (16:00), why it's important to have a diverse team of comedy writers (18:00), when he discovered his on-air voice (22:00), why he hired Bill Simmons to write for his show (25:00), and how he avoids leaning on certain writers too often (28:00).Make sure you follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Jimmy Kimmel enters The Steam Room to share his love for Inside the NBA, chat about what it’s like hosting a show without an audience, unpack his obsession with the MyPillow guy, and explain how to deal with a guest who is absolutely bombing. Charles shares a controversial theory about blowing smoke. Ernie reveals his most prized personal possession. TK is at the beach catching passes from Dan Marino.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Iliza Shlesinger on Becoming a Successful Comedian, Finding the Right Relationship & What Jimmy Kimmel Taught Her About Interviewing
Don't Keep Your Day Job
How do you commit to the long haul of mastering your craft? Iliza Shlesinger, comedian, actress, writer, and podcaster always had a passion for comedy and knew she would do whatever it took to make it part of her life. She shares her advice on how to stop worrying about what other people think, how to set your standards in a relationship, what she learned from Jimmy Kimmel about being a good interviewer, and how being present creates a special experience that can never be duplicated.- Join us at the virtual Welcome Soul Retreat! http://welcomesoul.com/- Follow Iliza on Instagram @ilizas and watch her Don't Panic Pantry series- Listen to Ask Iliza Anything wherever you listen to podcasts!- Get your tickets to Iliza's tour at https://www.iliza.com/tour- Thanks BetterHelp! Get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp.com/dreamjob- Thanks FirstLeaf! Get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping at TryFirstleaf.com/dreamjob- Thanks Purple! Get 10% off any order of $200 or more at Purple.com/dreamjob10, promo code dreamjob10
Jimmy Kimmel, Plus Red-Hot Million Dollar Picks With Peter Schrager
The Bill Simmons Podcast
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Jimmy Kimmel to discuss Cousin Sal’s new book, ‘You Can't Lose Them All: Tales of a Degenerate Gambler and His Ridiculous Friends,’ what the end of the Trump presidency means for ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!,’ how ‘SNL’ might address the Biden administration, the greatest pranks from Jimmy's show, and more (2:20). Then Bill talks with Fox and NFL Network’s Peter Schrager about Packers-Buccaneers and Chiefs-Bills before giving out his Million-Dollar Picks for the NFL conference championship games (49:00). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jimmy Kimmel on COVID-19, His Karl Malone Character, Kanye West, and Being America's Late-Night Dad
Higher Learning with Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay
Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay are joined by late-night host Jimmy Kimmel to discuss COVID-19, his history of comedic characters, Kanye West, the current cultural situation in America, and much more (16:00). Then they discuss the morals of using COVID-19 to promote an album (1:03:00), Olivia Jade’s appearance on 'Red Table Talk' (1:23:00), and Rush Limbaugh’s recent inflammatory statements about secession (1:31:00). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices