1st & Ten (1984–1991)

Opening Night 

TV-MA | | Comedy, Sport | Episode aired 1990
A new season means a new chance at glory, that is if all hope isn't lost on day one, with team president Kristy Fullbright engaging in some extracurricular activities with the Bulls' brand new starting quarterback.

Director:

Peter Bonerz

Writers:

Bruce Kirschbaum, Carl Kleinschmitt (creator)

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Keith Amos Keith Amos ... Miracle Miles Coolidge
Cliff Frazier Cliff Frazier ... Jethro Snell
Donald Gibb ... Leslie Dr. Death Crunchner
Jeff Hochendoner ... Elvin Putts (as Jeff Hochendonner)
Prince Hughes Prince Hughes ... Bubba Kincaid
John Kassir ... Zagreb Shkenusky
Jay Kerr Jay Kerr ... Mac Daniels
Shannon Tweed ... Kristy Fullbright
Reid Shelton ... Ernie Denardo
Marcus Allen ... Himself
Randall Cunningham Randall Cunningham ... Himself
Cyndi James Gossett Cyndi James Gossett ... Television Show Negotiator
O.J. Simpson ... T.D. Parker
Susie Hanle Susie Hanle ... Dancer
Stacy Stewart ... Dancer
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A new season means a new chance at glory, that is if all hope isn't lost on day one, with team president Kristy Fullbright engaging in some extracurricular activities with the Bulls' brand new starting quarterback.

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Comedy | Sport

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1990 (USA) See more »

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