1. In 2012, The Tony Kornheiser Show was ranked No 8 in the list of the 100 most important sports talk radio hosts in America compiled by Talkers Magazine.
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6. The Tony Kornheiser Show currently resides in the Chevy Chase neighborhood of Washington, DC, as well as Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, with his wife Karril.
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7. In June 2016, The Tony Kornheiser Show participated in the roast of political commentator and strategist James Carville.
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8. The Tony Kornheiser Show had a cameo appearance as a bar patron in a 2015 episode of The Americans.
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10. The Tony Kornheiser Show returned for a second season of Monday Night Football.
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15. In 1991, The Tony Kornheiser Show created a string of now-famous Bandwagon columns to describe the Washington Redskins' Super Bowl run that year.
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16. The Tony Kornheiser Show began his career in New York City, where he wrote for Newsday between 1970 and 1976.
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20. On May 18, 2009, ESPN announced that The Tony Kornheiser Show stepped down from the Monday Night Football booth and was replaced by former Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden, which swirled a lot of rumors where Kornheiser would host a radio show.
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24. The Tony Kornheiser Show spent time in the months before the tournament, which he dubbed "The First and Last Annual Nerds in Paradise Golf Closed Invitational", trying to make deals with golf courses and hotels in the Washington DC area for the best deal.
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29. The Tony Kornheiser Show always ended his radio show by saying "If you're out on your bike tonight, do wear white" as a tribute to the Rolling Stones.
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31. The Tony Kornheiser Show needed to focus on writing his Style column in the Washington Post weekly, he usually did not host the show on Thursdays.
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