PTI

PTI

Author: ESPN, Tony Kornheiser, Michael Wilbon

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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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Ben Mallard

Get Isola outta here.

Aug 16th
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Lawrence Curtis Seals III

Still the best show on ESPN.

Aug 14th
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Joseph Vigue

@3.39 I do now

Jun 8th
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alan lund

once again the Raptors suck in the play-offs.

May 9th
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Matt Meager

hi

Apr 1st
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Marc Jean

This isn't pti it's around the horn

Mar 20th
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Johnny DeMartino Jr.

great show great podcast! Tony and Michael are 2 of the industries best!

Mar 9th
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Juan Carlos Sanchez

This is great,Do they do mx soccer

Mar 2nd
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Jeremy Albert

listened

Oct 21st
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iTunes User

I really enjoy the show, but they need to work on getting them released faster. Sometimes they are available a couple of hours after original broadcast but most of the times they are not posted until late that evening. It is sort of senseless to listen to previews of sporting events that have already been played.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

I love Korheiser and Wilbon and everything about this show, but the last few weeks ESPN has only been posting about three episodes a week, and the delay to get the episode has been terrible. If EVERY EPISODE was ADDED IMMEDIATELY, this would be absolutely incredible. But I can't even get pumped up about it anymore.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

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.

Aug 30th
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