This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes actor Bob Odenkirk, star of “Better Call Saul,” which is in its final season on AMC. Odenkirk also wrote the memoir “Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama” about his long and ultimately satisfying career in television. Next, Bomani Jones, host of HBO’s “Game Theory with Bomani Jones,” talks about the challenge in having nuanced conversations about the intersection of sports and culture. And finally, on The Treat, “Rutherford Falls” co-creator Sierra Teller Ornelas talks about the impact of the film “The Godfather” on her as a storyteller.
‘Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama,’ ‘Game Theory with Bomani Jones’ and why ‘The Godfather’ resonates with Native American writer Sierra Teller Ornelas
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‘Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama’ author and ‘Better Call Saul’ star Bob Odenkirk on his next act
Bob Odenkirk is currently starring in the final season of AMC’s “Better Call Saul.” The Emmy nominated actor is also the author of a memoir “Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama.”
Bomani Jones on what ‘Game Theory’ does differently
Bomani Jones is host and executive producer of HBO’s “Game Theory with Bomani Jones.” Jones previously co-anchored ESPN’s “High Noon.” Jones tells The Treatment that sports...