A woman is attacked and left for dead in her own home.
A character-laden Texas university football team recruits a talented quarterback to regain its past glory. Unnecessary dumbness!
A woman is found beaten in her apartment.
Necessary Roughness: Season 3: Episode 2 -- Dani helps a former child star struggling with growing pains that have put her career on the rocks. Also, Connor works to revamp TK's image to snag a major endorsement.
Necessary Roughness: Season 3: Episode 3 -- Dani steps in to help a star basketball player whose career is in free throw freefall. Meanwhile, Connor goes to war with a rival management company and TK might be the war's first casualty.
Necessary Roughness: Season 3: Episode 1 -- Dani's world is turned upside down by new management at the Hawks, the return of Nico and an enticing offer from a powerful businessman. Also, TK deals with a difficult new head coach.
Necessary Roughness: Season 2: Episode 16 -- A secret surfaces and threatens to cause a scandal that could bring down the Hawks' entire season. Dani makes a decision regarding her feelings for Matt and Nico.
Necessary Roughness: Season 3: Episode 4 -- Dani helps a self-help guru who doesn't believe in talk therapy. TK meets his match in Sheera. Nico gathers inside information on V3.
Necessary Roughness: Season 3: Episode 7 -- Connor asks Dr. Dani to resume a course of therapy with her very first V3 client. Meanwhile, TK struggles to shake Sheera after their break-up.
Necessary Roughness: Season 2: Episode 4 -- See an exclusive clip from this week's episode of 'Necessary Roughness.'
Necessary Roughness: Season 2: Episode 12 -- Dr. Dani pays a visit to her old professor and mentor, who is also a therapist.
Necessary Roughness: Season 3: Episode 8 -- Dr. Dani treats two track stars with a bad case of sibling rivalry. Also, Nico searches for a washed-out athlete, who just might be the missing piece to the V3 puzzle.
The Texas State Armadillos are fourth down and nowhere-to-go after a corruption scandal nearly ends the football program. Now upstanding coach Ed Gennero (Hector Elizondo) must put together a brand-new team. For the position of quarterback, Gennero recruits Paul Blake (Scott Bakula, Quantum Leap), a 34-year-old former high school star whose field of dreams turned out to be the family farm. Blake still has the arm, but can he score with a team that includes a samurai lineman, a butterfingered receiver, and a Samoan strongman with eyes for the placekicker (Kathy Ireland)? A winning comedy that’s loaded with "stand-up-and-cheer action!" (Bill Rocz, KPHO-TV, Phoenix)
THE TEXAS STATE ARMADILLOS are fourth down and nowhere-to-go after a corruption scandal nearly ends the football program. Now upstanding coach Ed Gennero (Hector Elizondo) must put together a brand-new team.
The SVU team captures a former football star who nearly committed statutory rape but has no recollection of it.
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When Metalwolf, Iron Weasel's arch-rival rock band, tries to recruit Tripp, he immediately turns down the gig. However, a fight with the others drives Tripp to quit Iron Weasel and accept Metalwolf's offer.
A rival team made up of previously eliminated players -- intent on earning their spot back on the roster -- arrive to challenge the remaining players to a full four quarter battle. Jerry Rice appears.
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Things quickly get complicated when Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) decide to ditch a dinner date with Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) in order to attend Brad (Guest Star: Orlando Jones) and Jackie's (Guest Star: Sam Harris) exclusive, celebrity packed party. When Jenifer and Adam end up at the same party, Jeff and Audrey's lies begin to snowball and it becomes obvious that the truth is catching up to them. Meanwhile, Russell's (David Spade) womanizing ways get him in trouble at the same venue when he hits on the girlfriend of a NFL great (Guest Star: Jerry Rice). In order to get out of this messy situation, Russell makes Timmy (Guest Star: Adhir Kaylan) more than just his personal assistant which proves to be a bit too close for comfort for Timmy.
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Tyra Banks and "Project Runway" winner Christian Siriano give the remaining five players a makeover!
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Every sport is filled with moments that call for actions and reactions in a split-second. This episode breaks down a number of those moments. We examine precisely how much time an NFL quarterback has to make a pass, and how he copes with the intense pressures after the snap. We break down every millisecond of a baseball pitch, and reveal that a batter has two-tenths of a second to make a decision. We analyze two NFL wide receivers, to determine if they are actually faster than lightning. Sport Science uncovers the vision secrets of the NBA's best passers - it's all about peripheral vision. We test to see if an ice hockey goalie can really have reflexes as fast as a cat, and we examine the reaction times in the fastest sport on earth: Top Fuel drag racing.
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Seems like athletes are jumping higher and further than ever. But are they really? In this episode of Sport Science we break down and examine the athlete in flight. Can a basketball player jump over a car? We define hang time, and show viewers why gravity is a law, and not a suggestion. Can an NFL running back soar farther than Michael Jordan? Does an NFL wide receiver make a better target than an elephant? Does a professional soccer player performing a bicycle kick move as fast as a helicopter? How do parkour free-runners jump from rooftops and land without injury? We put our athletes to the test to discover who are the highest flyers in sports.
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The team is forced to pursue other interests after a network executive suspends them.
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Jason doesn't get selected for the Pro Bowl game.
Although The Sabers lose their game and are eliminated from the playoffs, Derwin's performance earns him the attention of a high-profile manager. Melanie is shocked when Derwin considers a proposal that he be traded to a Chicago team.
Lina is so excited to host her first dinner party with Richie and the others that she tries cooking an exotic Moroccan chicken recipe. Unfortunately, no one has the heart to tell her how horrible it tastes. Richie is finally forced to admit the truth, leading to his and Lina's first argument. Meanwhile, Kat happily dates Benjamin Chow (recurring guest star Trent Ford), the guy she was stalking, but worries about liking him too much. Nicole agrees to go on a diet together with Yonk (recurring guest star David Keith)--but Duncan tempts her into "cheating." And while working on a charity event speech with Yonk, football player Jerry Rice (himself) has to deal with Duncan and his mother, who are both huge fans.
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