Hosts Michael Smith and Jemele Hill embraced debate on "Numbers Never Lie,'' featuring sports discussions based on analytics. But because new-age stats and ``boring'' are often found in the same sentence, and to focus more on opinions and less on data, "Numbers ..." became His & Hersin 2014. Inspired by Smith and Hill's successful same-named podcast, launched in 2012, the hourlong weekday TV program spotlights the hosts' chemistry as they talk about sports. Interviews and contributors remain in the mix, as well as the show's popular whiteboard videos.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
His & Hers - His & Hers (1997 film) - Netflix
His & Hers is an American independent film which premiered at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. Written and directed by Hal Salwen, it is a modern screwball comedy, the plot of which centers around the accidental amputation of a finger.
His & Hers - Plot - Netflix
While chopping carrots in her suburban kitchen, a nervous housewife, Carol (Caroleen Feeney), accidentally chops off her husband Glenn's (Liev Schreiber) pinky, causing the detached finger to fly out the window and into the backyard. After chasing down the neighbor's dog, which has absconded with the errant digit, Carol eventually recovers it, But as the couple races to the hospital to have the finger reattached, Carol discovers that Glenn has been unfaithful. Indignant, she decides that she is not giving it back until Glenn confesses to the identity of his affair. After much hemming and hawing, Glenn eventually acknowledges that it is Pam (Cynthia Watros), who also just happens to be Carol's best friend. Incensed, Carol drives to Pam's house to confront her, only to raise the ire of Pam's husband, Nick (Michael Rispoli), who grabs the finger and runs off, planning to put it into a bank deposit machine.
His & Hers - References - Netflix