TVTV - Super Bowl 1975
TVTV Complete Collection • 46m
Covers the 1976 Super Bowl in Miami, but the coverage barely touches on the game itself. It’s a media-commercial orgy, beneath which are beaten up players who are like trained animals in the circus. As in most of their shows, TVTV went places no cameras had gone before: hanging out in the locker room with the Dallas Cowboys; giving the Pittsburgh Steeler players their own video camera to shoot in their off-limits dormitory; talking to players’ wives; and having Bill Murray color-commentate a touch football game of Hall of Fame players like Johnny Unitas. Fat cat owners on yachts and insane fans in Gorilla outfits also make an appearance. Why do these guys play football? To quote behemoth lineman Ernie Holmes: “I enjoy kicking ass. I am an ass kicker.”
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