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Don't Giant fans discuss Giant's football in the offseason? The Dog is saddened by this relative disinterest...Here is an important topic the Dog would like to engage in: If they made a movie about the 1986 Giants, who would play the lead roles...The Dog suggests Brian Dennehy for Parcells, the villinaous rival from the first Karate Kid movie could play phil simms, and in a piece of casting genious, Lawrence Taylor could play the part of Carl Banks, and Wil Smith could play Lawrence Taylor...

 

all thoughts are welcome...

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Don't Giant fans discuss Giant's football in the offseason? The Dog is saddened by this relative disinterest...Here is an important topic the Dog would like to engage in: If they made a movie about the 1986 Giants, who would play the lead roles...The Dog suggests Brian Dennehy for Parcells, the villinaous rival from the first Karate Kid movie could play phil simms, and in a piece of casting genious, Lawrence Taylor could play the part of Carl Banks, and Wil Smith could play Lawrence Taylor...

 

all thoughts are welcome...

 

 

This is an idea that has been along time coming.

 

Henry Winkler could play Herb Welch. In fact, it might have been an upgrade had Winkler actually played in place of Mr. Welch.

 

Scatman Curthers is little Joe Morris.

 

An old Merlin Olsen plays a younger Leonard Marshall…..that’s why the call it acting..and why the gentle giants always had a gig in Hollywood. That milk drinking fucker had the chops to play pretty much anything including 34 year old African American Defensive Ends. Word is he was up for the Bruce Lee part in the original Enter the Dragon - fucking tinsel town politics.

 

A beefed up David Schwimmer could play Number 89….but they’d have to rewrite huge parts of the script to make Bavaro a pussy cause that’s all Schwimmer can play.

 

Samual L. Jackson is Kerry Kincard. He’ll play the role without a helmet however…only way the man works.

 

C. Wagon

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The Dog will add that Ralph Machio will be playing the role of Raul Allegre...Al Pacino will play Phil McConkey, and the Dog would like to take some liberty with the script and add a torrid love story between Harry Carson played by Forrest Whitaker, and Allegre played by MAchio, culminating in a provocatively steamy, yet tastefully romantic locker room shower scene following the early loss to the playoff win against the 49ers...the Dog feels this scene may be the reason for the potential oscar nod...

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The Dog will add that Ralph Machio will be playing the role of Raul Allegre...Al Pacino will play Phil McConkey, and the Dog would like to take some liberty with the script and add a torrid love story between Harry Carson played by Forrest Whitaker, and Allegre played by MAchio, culminating in a provocatively steamy, yet tastefully romantic locker room shower scene following the early loss to the playoff win against the 49ers...the Dog feels this scene may be the reason for the potential oscar nod...

 

Just joking about Harry being gay should warrant a slap in the face. A bitch slap.

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A beefed up David Schwimmer could play Number 89….but they’d have to rewrite huge parts of the script to make Bavaro a pussy cause that’s all Schwimmer can play.

 

Please, Chuck. Everyone knows that Sylvester Stallone is chomping at the bit to moonlight as Mark Bavaro one more time. :TU:

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Just joking about Harry being gay should warrant a slap in the face. A bitch slap.

 

The Dog was just looking to add a different angle to the plot line...if you want to be in the Oscar hunt, you need more then just a basic sports story to do so...if you are uncomfortable with the players selected, then choose others...this is just brainstorming...

 

if it makes it easier, the Dog suggests having Halle Barry play the part of Carson, which will make the love story easier to take...

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Please, Chuck. Everyone knows that Sylvester Stallone is chomping at the bit to moonlight as Mark Bavaro one more time. :TU:

 

 

I thought of him..problem is the sissy's in custom can't find a helmet to fit his genetically modified dome. That, and Sly will refuse to come out of his trailer for the crucial drug test scene. His character needs to pass specimen for LT's character before the Super Bowl. btw LT is being played by Denzel Washington. Being the method actor he is, Washington will play LT while he is totally tweaked out on 1986 era blow...better known as the good stuff. On a related note, all of 2 Live Crew has agreed to play the 1986 NY Giants Taxi Squad for free which is only slightly stranger when one considers the fact that there is no Taxi Squad in the script.

 

C. Wagon

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I thought of him..problem is the sissy's in custom can't find a helmet to fit his genetically modified dome. That, and Sly will refuse to come out of his trailer for the crucial drug test scene. His character needs to pass specimen for LT's character before the Super Bowl. btw LT is being played by Denzel Washington. Being the method actor he is, Washington will play LT while he is totally tweaked out on 1986 era blow...better known as the good stuff. On a related note, all of 2 Live Crew has agreed to play the 1986 NY Giants Taxi Squad for free which is only slightly stranger when one considers the fact that there is no Taxi Squad in the script.

 

C. Wagon

 

This is an intriguing development...the Dog would like to consider that, in the event the addition of a taxi squad to the script adds flavor to the story, then it should be considered that the original cast of the show "Taxi" be utilized to fill these roles...certainly Tony Danza and the fine actor who played Kiniki in Grease are available at this time...the Dog would also like individuals to recomend possible roles for Dick Butkus (surely we all see how talented an actor he is from his days on My Two Dads and Hang Time) and Scott Bao (The Dog was thinking he could reprise the role of Cha-Chi and play cornerback, and could tie a bandana around his thighpads...). Now we are getting somewhere...

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I thought of him..problem is the sissy's in custom can't find a helmet to fit his genetically modified dome. That, and Sly will refuse to come out of his trailer for the crucial drug test scene. His character needs to pass specimen for LT's character before the Super Bowl. btw LT is being played by Denzel Washington. Being the method actor he is, Washington will play LT while he is totally tweaked out on 1986 era blow...better known as the good stuff. On a related note, all of 2 Live Crew has agreed to play the 1986 NY Giants Taxi Squad for free which is only slightly stranger when one considers the fact that there is no Taxi Squad in the script.

 

C. Wagon

 

This is an intriguing development...the Dog would like to consider that, in the event the addition of a taxi squad to the script adds flavor to the story, then it should be considered that the original cast of the show "Taxi" be utilized to fill these roles...certainly Tony Danza and the fine actor who played Kiniki in Grease are available at this time...the Dog would also like individuals to recomend possible roles for Dick Butkus (surely we all see how talented an actor he is from his days on My Two Dads and Hang Time) and Scott Bao (The Dog was thinking he could reprise the role of Cha-Chi and play cornerback, and could tie a bandana around his thighpads...). Now we are getting somewhere...

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No offense dog, but I’m fearful that even an actor of Scott Bao’s caliber is going to have a tough time making a white cornerback believable even in the mid 80’s. Might be time to call Luther Campbell up off the Taxi squad for that roll and move Bao to safety. The white cornerback to safety is somewhat believable….of course the bandana stays, it’ll pull strong with 15 to 35 year-old gay male demo which typically don’t watch programs like this. Assuming he isn’t expected to say anything more then “Mutha Fucka” or “What?” Campbell will nail the cornerback role. He should do well with the gays as well.

 

Butkus can play Madden and Busey can play Summeral.

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No offense dog, but I’m fearful that even an actor of Scott Bao’s caliber is going to have a tough time making a white cornerback believable even in the mid 80’s. Might be time to call Luther Campbell up off the Taxi squad for that roll and move Bao to safety. The white cornerback to safety is somewhat believable….of course the bandana stays, it’ll pull strong with 15 to 35 year-old gay male demo which typically don’t watch programs like this. Assuming he isn’t expected to say anything more then “Mutha Fucka” or “What?” Campbell will nail the cornerback role. He should do well with the gays as well.

 

Butkus can play Madden and Busey can play Summeral.

 

Well thought out...and the Madden/Summeral characters will add some spice...

 

The Dog suggests we look into having Billy Dee Williams play the part of back-up QB Jeff Hostetler...it will be a minor part, but it will set us up for the third film in the trilogy chronicling the second super bowl win (the second film in the trilogy will be a further development of the aforementioned fictional love story between Carson and Allegre)...on a side note, the Dog would like to have several break away shots to the sidelines, and have Hostetler, played by Billy D, holding both a clipboard and a Colt 45...

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Well thought out...and the Madden/Summeral characters will add some spice...

 

The Dog suggests we look into having Billy Dee Williams play the part of back-up QB Jeff Hostetler...it will be a minor part, but it will set us up for the third film in the trilogy chronicling the second super bowl win (the second film in the trilogy will be a further development of the aforementioned fictional love story between Carson and Allegre)...on a side note, the Dog would like to have several break away shots to the sidelines, and have Hostetler, played by Billy D, holding both a clipboard and a Colt 45...

 

 

I wasn't even thinking sequel let alone a trilogy. Fuckers got wheels on it now. Hoss always struck me as a Malt Liquor drinker too. Maybe Hoss is sweet talking Allegre while his holding for PAT and FGs......You know, he's down in the hold stance....puts out is Kool 100rd coals with is front foot and turns back real "Lady Sings the Blues" like and lays a "damn women, you are looking fine To---dayyy".

 

Shit practically writes itself Dog.

 

Thanks for the Summeral compliment. If Busey does it with his load on ..and he will, its almost not even acting to play Pat S.

 

C. Wagon

 

C. Wagon

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I wasn't even thinking sequel let alone a trilogy. Fuckers got wheels on it now. Hoss always struck me as a Malt Liquor drinker too. Maybe Hoss is sweet talking Allegre while his holding for PAT and FGs......You know, he's down in the hold stance....puts out is Kool 100rd coals with is front foot and turns back real "Lady Sings the Blues" like and lays a "damn women, you are looking fine To---dayyy".

 

Shit practically writes itself Dog.

 

Thanks for the Summeral compliment. If Busey does it with his load on ..and he will, its almost not even acting to play Pat S.

 

C. Wagon

 

C. Wagon

 

The Dog is going to start writing the Oscar acceptance speech tonight...perhaps a bit premature, but this concept can't miss. Anyone else besides Chuck Wagon better get on board now, because this gravy train is pulling out of the station immediately...

 

The plot thickens with the concept of having the Hostetler character sweet talking the Allegre character - this triangle of debauchery will serve well in the sequel...the Dog sees the second film ending with Machio (Allegre) choosing neither Hostetler (Williams) or Carson (Barry or Whitaker), but rather running off alone...the tragic ending will leave the audience in tears, but will nicely set up the rise to power-feel good story of the third film in the trilogy, when Hostetler leads the team to a second super bowl victory...

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if it makes it easier, the Dog suggests having Halle Barry play the part of Carson, which will make the love story easier to take...

 

That being the case, I suggest most of the action take place in the showers...Allyssa Milano would be perfect as Phil McConkey...

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Sorry Dog, but I mentioned this on another post. I always have a problem with people who refer to themselves in the third person. What's with that?

 

charlietags, the Italian Hotdog finds you interesting...

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On a related note, all of 2 Live Crew has agreed to play the 1986 NY Giants Taxi Squad for free which is only slightly stranger when one considers the fact that there is no Taxi Squad in the script.

 

As long as they promise to cover the timeless classic "We Are the New York Giants;" the 1986 Giants' team's answer to "The Super Bowl Shuffle."

 

"Giants... is our name,

Football... is our game,

Winning... we proclaim,

And Drugs is not our fame.

 

That's why we're winners!"

 

Ahh, those were the days.

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for a guy who isnt a giants fan, the dog sure knows alot about them...why is that the dog?

 

stick around long enough, you will find that the Dog has an extensive knowledge of a wide range of topics...

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