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      Season 3 – Coach

      1990 Holiday Comedy List
      Reviews Hayden Fox is a football coach, the head coach of Minnesota State University's Screaming Eagles for much of the series' run. He has to contend with a team that has seen better days, a couple of none-too-bright assistant coaches, a partner who isn't half as obsessed with football, and all the rest of the situations that come along in Big Ten athletics. For the show's final two seasons, Fox coaches an expansion team in the NFL. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 25, 1990 That Shouldn't Happen Hayden is shattered when his star quarterback (Christopher Duncan) is hurt and put on the injured list. Details Episode 2 Aired Oct 2, 1990 Magnificent Abscession When Hayden is sidelined by an abscessed tooth, Luther must coach the team. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 9, 1990 The Day That Moses Came to Town Hayden is jealous when the university president (Robin Strasser) tries to hire a basketball coach (Bobby Hosea) from Boston. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 16, 1990 Is This Your First Time on the Riverboat, Miss Watkins? Hayden regrets allowing Coach Watkins (Pam Stone) to join his poker game. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 23, 1990 Hayden's in the Kitchen With Dinah Hayden passes up a victory celebration to care for Christine when she is bedridden with the flu. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 30, 1990 Hayden and Luther's Excellent Adventure Hayden and Luther's short trip becomes an unexpected adventure when they go after a new recruit; Hayden may miss Christine's awards banquet. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 6, 1990 The Break-Up Hayden forsakes football with the guys to meet Christine's antique-dealer friend. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 13, 1990 The Iceman Goeth Despite his team's important victory, Hayden remains depressed over his breakup with Christine but gets some comfort from an unlikely source. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 27, 1990 Cabin Fever Hayden braces for the prospect of losing Christine when she comes to get her things; Luther may become his new neighbor. Details Episode 10 Aired Dec 4, 1990 Men Don't Heal Hayden is persuaded to attend a self-help group after his breakup with Christine. Details Episode 11 Aired Dec 11, 1990 When Hayden Met Christine Hayden reminisces about the night he and Christine first met. Details Episode 12 Aired Dec 18, 1990 Christmas Brains Hayden spends Christmas with Kelly, Stuart and the Rosebrocks. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 8, 1991 Dauber Graduates Dauber finally graduates and Hayden hires him to coach, but Dauber wants a change. Details Episode 14 Aired Jan 22, 1991 Puppy Love Hayden schemes to persuade a rich widow (Priscilla Morrill) to donate a large sum of money to his department. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 5, 1991 The Marion Kind Christine tries to reconcile Luther with the friend (Dick Martin) who stole his girlfriend 37 years ago. Details Episode 16 Aired Feb 12, 1991 The Marion Kind Peter (Dick Martin) steals Luther's girlfriend for the second time in 37 years. Details Episode 17 Aired Feb 19, 1991 Leonard Kraleman: All-American Hayden and Christine attempt to school nerdy Leonard Kraleman (Rob Schneider) in the art of gaining popularity. Details Episode 18 Aired Feb 26, 1991 2 BRs, MTN. VW. The family skiing trip is almost ruined when Stuart's (Kris Kamm) personality unnerves Hayden. Details Episode 19 Aired Mar 12, 1991 Hurly-Burleigh Howard's wife (Georgia Engel) has misgivings about his Las Vegas trip with the guys. Details Episode 20 Aired Mar 26, 1991 Hayden Fox for Universal Jocks When Hayden learns that Christine earns more money, he develops a money-making scheme of his own. Details Episode 21 Aired Apr 2, 1991 The Father and Son Reunion Hayden's well-meaning attempt to unite Luther with his long-lost father (Paul Dooley) puts a strain on Luther. Details Episode 22 Aired Apr 9, 1991 Diamonds Are a Dentist's Best Friend Hayden buys Christine's diamond engagement ring from an eccentric dentist (Tom Poston). Details Next
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      Season Info

      Alan Raskin, Tony Dow, Alan Rafkin
      Executive Producer
      Barry Kemp, Sheldon Bull
      Judd Pillot, Sheldon Bull, John Peaslee, Lyla Oliver, Barry Kemp, Seth Weisbord, Mark Ganzel
      Holiday, Comedy
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      Release Date
      Sep 25, 1990
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