Knight was, unsurprisingly, a complete and utter douchebag. So telling that he still has an axe to grind against the people at IU for finally holding him accountable. That they welcome him back and he still feels victimized. What a miserable old bully. Then again, there's no punishment worse for him than having to live his life, being angry and miserable all the time. So in that way, I have closure.
I also hope the people that were ok going on camera making death threats are able to look back shamefully and admit they were wrong and stupid.
The shit at the end where he’s talking to Dan Patrick and wishing death upon the people in IU who kicked me out was just a moment of Jesus Christ why would people even bother with this man
True. And f***in Dick Vitale defending him the whole time as such a nice, contrite guy. I've liked him at times in the past, but the guy is a total sleazebag.
I was going to post this in the MLB thread, since that's where everyone is talking about "Long Gone Summer," but since we have a dedicated "30 for 30" thread, I'll bring this thread back from the dead to air my grievances.
Aside from the long-form, multi-episode documentary series (OJ: Made in America, The Last Dance), I'm having a hard time remembering the last time an installment of "30 for 30" was so good, I had to go back and watch it again. I missed "Be Water," so I can't comment on that, but "Lance" did little for me as I found myself zoning in and out as I was watching it live, "Vick" was fine but there wasn't enough material to stretch it into two episodes, "Chuck & Tito" was never going to do it for me as someone who isn't a fan of MMA, and "Rodman: For Better or Worse" was just every Dennis Rodman story we've heard a million times over regurgitated into a single documentary.
I feel like I have to go back to "Seau," which aired in September 2018, for the last time a "30 for 30" really wowed me. And that's a shame, because this was, for a good stretch from 2009 through 2016, producing some of the best sports documentaries ever. But now everything just feels stale, sterile, and generic. It feels like the same homogenized documentary, just with different footage and a different subject depending on the week.