Talk:1st & Ten (HBO TV series)

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I have rated this article as stub class because of the relatively short length and as low importance because there is little to distinguish it from other articles about television series. --Opark 77 15:32, 31 March 2007 (UTC)

Well, for whatever little it's worth, I added a few interesting bits, to go with the obvious point that it had OJ in it: it also had the inexcusabl... i mean, loveable Ogre, from Revenge of the Nerds, and veteran master Reid Shelton somehow managing to save a few scenes (thank God!). Also, as i recall, it was the first real attempt by a cable biggie to grab some sit-com audience by simply including incredibly pointless Gratuititties and a few "shit"s and "screw you"s (no "fuck" that i've heard). Hows that for a great source, huh? "as i recall". quote me on that. or delete it, if you're feeling anal; i'll understand. but maybe, like the magic of a California Bulls season, someone will go find a decent reference for the fact, and make us both happy! But, I doubt it. :D peace ya'll. Eaglizard (talk) 07:16, 26 October 2008 (UTC)
In response to myself, I just realised (reading imdb), this show was very probably the very first show on television to actually picture two nude men together and imply they were doin' it. "Um.. he's a tight end...", he says. No, really, that's the actual line. And Delta says "I'll just bet he is." It's pretty bad, really. imho, this show is pretty awful. but gawd i had such a crush on Delta Burke. well, and it was 5 bucks at Wally Worl.. I mean, Wal-Mart for all 80 friggen episodes. :D) anyways, i won't add this point about the nude men, 'cause i really don't much care. and i really would want a better reference for that :) Eaglizard (talk) 07:25, 26 October 2008 (UTC)