“Man, I’m ecstatic,” Michael Jordan told ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt after viewing the first two episodes of “The Last Dance,” destined to become a sports documentary classic.
The CDC is getting in on the Michael Jordan hysteria prompted by "The Last Dance," changing the name of the virus currently gripping the country to COVID-23.
Brad checks in with esteemed Ald. Ed Bus of Chicago's 53rd Ward. Among the topics discussed: How Ed and his family are sheltering in place, how Ed's various essential business ventures (Ed Bus Sausages, Ed Bus Truck & Tow, Ed Bus Tuckpointing, and the Ed Bus Chop House) are holding up, what his wife Dorse Carson Pirie Scott Bus is doing during the quarantine, some of Ed's favorite Steven Seagal movies, how protesters would be handled if they showed up at City Hall, why Ed thinks basketball isn't a sport, what the Ed Bus Tumblers are up to these days), and much more.
Episodes 1 and 2 of “The Last Dance” premiered Sunday night, and while most watched both episodes and wanted more, some people couldn’t handle all the television.
While he's mostly an open book, Dennis Rodman has kept some secrets from his mom--namely that he has tattoos all over his body--after watching the 10-part documentary series "The Last Dance."
With "The Last Dance" set to debut this weekend, horrible person Michael Jordan is reportedly concerned the documentary will make him look like a horrible person.