Tuesday, October 5, 2010

30 for 30: Best Hour of TV Ever?

Look, I'm not going to beat around the bush. Steve and I are pretty much in hibernation at this point. It's getting cold, the playoffs have started Sox-less, the Pats are on BYE this week, that leaves us with very little. HOWEVER, tonight we had 30 for 30: 4 Days In October over on ESPN. Overall I don't suggest watching much on ESPN but these 30 for 30 documentaries are pretty kick ass and "4 Days In October" is 60 of the best minutes you can possibly spend in front of the TV. From Millar's "Don't let us win tonight" all the way to Damon's grand slam in game 7, it's goosebump city for all 60 minutes and at least 10 or 15 after. Sure, it's living in the past, but right now the past is a pretty sweet place to be.

For your viewing pleasure you can catch it again:

Tuesday Oct 5 :11pm ESPN 2

Thursday Oct 7: 11pm ESPN Classic

Monday Oct 11: 7pm ESPN 2

Sunday Nov 7: 9pm ESPN Classic

Thursday Nov 18: 11pm ESPN Classic

1 comment:

Sports Chump said...

I've DVRed it but haven't yet watched it.

Don't spoil the surprise for me. Do the Sox win that 2004 Series again? I still can't believe it.

Everyone has their own story of depression setting in after the night of Game Three.

Props to Bill Simmons, the directors and the people at ESPN for putting together this series.