The Tony Kornheiser Show
Famous Last Words: 6/28/16
Tony Kornheiser is joined by Gary Braun and Torie Clarke on his last show to talk Nationals and England's loss to Iceland in the Euros. Plus, Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe discusses the death of Pat Summitt and attorney Abbe Lowell covers recent SCOTUS rulings.
179 Down, 1 To Go: 6/27/16
Tony Kornheiser talks about the Nats and Stephen Strasburg's injury. Plus, he delves into Brexit with Howard Fineman and discusses the NBA Draft with Michael Wilbon.
More Tribute For Mr. Tony: 6/23/16
Tony Kornheiser is joined Gary Braun, Torie Clark and Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post to discuss the Nationals' loss to the Dodgers. Plus, movies with Ann Hornaday of the Washington Post.
No Shots: 6/22/16
Tony Kornheiser covers the Nationals' and the USMNT's losses, the election with Howard Fineman and is joined by Boston Globe's Bob Ryan to talk LeBron James.
The Orchid Wilts: 6/21/16
Tony Kornheiser is joined by Gary Braun and Chris Cillizza to talk Nationals-Dodgers and Stephen Strasburg's back issues. Plus, ESPN NBA Insider Brian Windhorst and MLB Network's Brian Kenny stop by the show.
Cleveland Rocks: 6/20/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the Cavs' win over the Warriors, Dustin Johnson's U.S. Open victory and more with Michael Wilbon and Steve Sands. Plus, news and the mailbag.
Philly Doesn't Forget!: 6/17/16
Tony Kornheiser is joined by Chris Cillizza and Jeanne McManus to discuss last night's win for the Nationals. Plus, Dave Sheinin of the Washington Post on the U.S. Open and Bill Livingston of Cleveland Plain Dealer on the Cavs' Game 6 win in the NBA Finals.
Hornaday On A Thursday? : 6/16/16
Tony Kornhesier covers the Nationals' win over the Cubs, Gordie Howe with Boston Globes' Bob Ryan and movies with Washington Post's Ann Hornaday.
La Cheeserie: 6/15/16
Tony Kornheiser talks about the Nationals with Washington Post' Barry Svrluga and the US Open with Steve Sands of the Golf Channel.
Inside the O.J. Documentary : 6/14/16
Tony Kornheiser weighs in on the Cavaliers' Game 5 win in the NBA Finals and is also joined by director of the O.J. Simpson 30 for 30 Ezra Edleman.
Now That's a Radio Voice: 6/13/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the local restaurant awards, breaks down the NBA Finals with Michael Wilbon, chats about the Ali memorial service with Pat Forde and more.
Hornaday On A Thursday: 6/9/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the Nats' win and another wildlife problem in his backyard. Plus, Ann Hornaday discusses movies and Robert Lipsyte talks about Muhammad Ali's legacy.
Socialite Alan Bubes: 6/8/16
Tony Kornheiser covers the Nationals, politics with Huffington Post's Howard Fineman and the NBA Finals with ESPN NBA Insider Brian Windhorst.
In Need Of A Sponsor: 6/7/16
Tony Kornheiser talks more about the passing of Muhammad Ali. Plus, he discusses the NBA with Bob Ryan, welcomes The New Yorker's David Remnick and gets news from Scott Linn.
The Greatest: 6/6/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali with Dave Kindred, Jeremy Schaap and more. Plus, news from Scott Linn and the mailbag.
The Deerhunter: 6/1/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the deer in his backyard and the Nationals. Plus, he's joined by CSN Bay Area's Ray Ratto to talk Warriors and Raiders and Attorney Abbe Lowell.
La Cheeserie: 5/31/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the Warriors' comeback win over the Thunder, talks more NBA with Michael Wilbon, welcomes Richard Justice to talk baseball and more.
Careful With That Forklift: 5/27/16
Tony Kornheiser talks about the Warriors' Game 5 win, the Nationals, the sate of the election and much more. Plus, Jeanna McManus and Howard Fineman join the show.
Neutral Zone Trap Segment!: 5/26/16
Tony Kornheiser is joined by Chris Cillizza and Kevin Stanfield to discuss Melo Trimble's return to Maryland. Plus, ESPN NBA Insider Brian Windhorst on the Cavs' Game 5 win over the Raptors in the ECF and the Washington Post's Barry Svrluga on the Nationals.
Write This Down!: 5/25/16
Tony Kornheiser is joined by Chris Cillizza and Jeanne McManus to discuss the Thunder's win over the Warriors and the Nationals' win over the Mets. Plus, Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post, political commentator James Carville and ESPN NFL writer Mike Sando stop by.
1,000 Cats: 5/24/16
Tony Kornheiser opens the show by talking about the NBA playoffs, keeps the NBA conversation going with Bob Ryan and welcomes Chuck Lane to discuss Olympic corruption.
Oooh, What A Shot!: 5/23/16
Tony Kornheiser is joined by Gary Braun and Torie Clarke to talk Warriors-Thunder and The Preakness. Plus, ESPN's Michael Wilbon and ESPN MLB Insider Tim Kurkjian stop by.
RAH-VEER! : 5/20/16
Tony Kornheiser shares his thoughts on the Nationals' win, the Washington Post's Redskins poll, talks The Preakness with handicapper Andy Beyer and much more.
Squirrel Talk: 5/19/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the Nationals, the Warriors' win and more. Plus, he chats with James Carville about his upcoming roast, Howard Fineman about the election and more.
Tony - You're Dead!: 5/18/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the Nats' loss to the Mets, talks NBA with Brian Windhorst and chats with comedian Adam Ferrara about the upcoming roast of James Carville.
Tony Kornheiser, Gary Braun and Chris Cillizza discuss the Thunder's win, a new weight loss procedure and more. He's also joined by Bob Ryan and Mets analyst Ron Darling.
Cruise Ship Strikes Again: 5/16/16
Tony Kornheiser discusses the Nats/Marlins series, talks about the NC bathroom lawsuits with Mark Binker of WRAL, discusses the NBA, TPC and flying with Michael Wilbon & more.
Meet Chuck Todd: 5/12/16
Tony Kornheiser is joined by Chris Cillizza and NBC's Chuck Todd. They discuss how Chuck got started in the business and chat with Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post about Max Scherzer's twenty strikeout game for the Nationals.
Down Go The Caps: 5/11/16
Tony Kornheiser covers the Capitals losing to the Penguins, the Nationals' loss to the Tigers, is joined by Golf Channel's Steve Sands, Barry Svrluga and much more.
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