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The comical exploits of the "California Bulls," a fictional professional football team and the organization's players. 1st & Ten is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (80 episodes). The series first aired on December 2, 1984.

Where do I stream 1st & Ten online? 1st & Ten is available for streaming on FilmRise, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch 1st & Ten on demand at Amazon online.

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6 Seasons, 80 Episodes
December 2, 1984
6.5/10
Cast: Delta Burke, Geoffrey Scott
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1st & Ten Full Episode Guide

  • The players treat a romance-overloaded Putz to a recap of their romantic escapades, including all the embarrassing conquests various players have endured on their many quests for sexual gratification.

  • Tombstone Packer becomes distracted by his fascination with aliens, a recurring theme that has begun inconveniencing coaches, cracking up players and hurting Packer's preparation for the playoffs.

  • The president of the Bulls' Texan opponent presents T.D. with an offer he can't refuse, bringing his loyalties to the fore and forcing him to question his destiny. Meanwhile, the shady equipment manager attempts to get between Jethro and Bubba to commandeer their bar and profits.

  • On a particularly dark and stormy night, some of the guys kick back over a game of cards to fantasize about how different their lives might have been had they pursued professional interests other than football.

  • Dr. Death gets off on the wrong foot with the new equipment manager, who appears to know more than he lets on. Zagreb falls for a woman he believes to be a prostitute.

  • Bubba is invited to participate in a celebrity boxing exhibition for charity,but despite everyone's encouragement, he is reluctant and terrified by the possibility that he might injure himself, or worse.

  • The Bulls become trapped in a hostage situation at Bubba and Jethro's bar when armed robbers hold them against their will. The robbers will free their captives in exchange for one million dollars.

  • Miles is caught in a sticky situation when his girlfriend accuses him of being the father of her unborn child and exploits him for cash, while Zagreb reveals his gambling addiction has led to him being manipulated into throwing a game.

  • Mac and Kristy's marital problems leak into their professional lives after Kristy threatens to bench Mac, after he makes clear his intentions to sign an endorsement deal that conflicts with his contract.

  • The team falls under a wave of injury spells. Dr. Death neglects a potentially serious neck injury and Bubba, mistaking a concussion for a terminal illness, believes he has only thirty days to live.

  • Zagreb is caught and identified as the snitch selling revealing information and pictures of Bulls to the media, but Bubba and Jethro might want in, once they discover a reporter is willing to pay $50,000 for shots of Kristy and Mac's wedding.

  • Coach Denardo is crankier than usual as he begins contemplating his mortality on his 65th birthday, leading some players to pay his wife to take him out on the town and show him "a good time."

  • T.D. has a temporary stint as the Bulls' offensive coordinator, Kristy explores the possibility of building a relationship with the new quarterback and Dr. Dog learns how to manipulate the impressionable rookies into doing pranks for him.

  • 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.

  • Jonny Gunn is kidnapped and held hostage for ransom, leading to team-wide turmoil and national uncertainty as to whether the young, rising star will make it to the approaching championship alive.

  • An especially prank-happy Bulls team gets so out of hand that Coach Denardo considers retiring to become a broadcaster, while the players themselves become more reckless and prone to being embarrassed by anyone and everyone they encounter.

  • T.D.'s son finds himself in a heap of danger after he gets involved with small-time gangsters in order to support his drug habit; he brings Ernie down with him.

  • Kristy's estranged husband makes an unannounced return to her life, complicating matters for her personally and professionally.

  • The Bulls administration is getting fed up with questionable and shady referee calls against their team, which come at an especially inconvenient time with the playoffs creeping down their necks.

  • Westwood finds himself on thin ice over a sexual assault allegation and the release of embarrassing and revealing photographs; Jonny Gunn attempts to begin a relationship with a stripper who has an unhealthy relationship with her manager.

  • Some of the Bulls players take a gaggle of beautiful women to a house in the woods, though the grounds appear to be more haunted than they thought.

  • The Bulls are buried beneath an massive scandal involving a star player allegedly receiving bounty incentives for knocking out opponents for a hefty financial sum.

  • Billy Cooper finds himself in a swarm of trouble and bad publicity after a drunk driving incident leaves his companion in critical condition and he is sent to a legally enforced alcoholism recovery program.

  • A romance begins to bud between T.D. and Kristy, though reasons both personal and professional convolute the situation. But the more forbidden the relationship is, the more they both want it.

  • The Bulls take a chance on a flashy young player. His father insists on being a personal sideline coach to the young star, leading to friction between the father and head coach, as well as questions about the team's ability to function.

  • A mysterious woman enters T.D.'s life with troubling and unforeseen baggage, while Jonny Gunn finds himself in the middle of a testy situation when Westwood signs him up for surgery without his knowledge or consent.

  • The Bulls take a chance on a rehabilitated convict in prison and consider him as the team's starting quarterback, inviting a wave of criticism and controversy from both the players and administration in the process.

  • Zagreb releases a revealing book on the goings-on surrounding the Bulls' various questionable adventures, depicting the team and team culture in a shady light and fueling divisions between the normally civil roster.