Julie is in over her head when her husband suddenly dies leaving her as sole owner of a pro-football team.
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 Football Player 1 episode, 2014
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 Heather Massella 1 episode, 2014
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 Coach Paysinger 1 episode, 2014
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 Chris Levine 1 episode, 2014
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James Le Feurve ...
 Dance Instructor 1 episode, 2014
Nichole Weber ...
 Dance Partner 1 episode, 2014
James Grace ...
 Delivery Guy 1 episode, 2014
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 Gorgeous Intern Ashley 1 episode, 2014
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 Jim Ottoway 1 episode, 2014
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 Mauricio 1 episode, 2014
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 Phil Mavon 1 episode, 2014
Michael Auteri ...
 Ted Thompson 1 episode, 2014
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Adam Fleck ...
 Rabbi Fishman 1 episode, 2014
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 Little Fred 1 episode, 2014
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 Insurance Agent 1 episode, 2014
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 Beautiful Girl 1 episode, 2014
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 Jalapeno Popper Guy 1 episode, 2014
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Jay Glazer ...
 Himself 1 episode, 2014
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 Dance Instructor 1 episode, 2014
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 Himself 1 episode, 2014
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Julie is in over her head when her husband suddenly dies leaving her as sole owner of a pro-football team.

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6 February 2014 (USA)  »

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I Think The Rebels Should Gets Picked up
9 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

One thing that kept coming up while I and a few friends were watching The Rebels was, why is this only a 30 minutes show? We want more!! I wish it had been a full hour.

I would give this is an 9 out of 10...

It started out on the WTF side but once it got about 5 minutes in it pulled me in, and just as you start to get into it, it's over!!! It reminded me of a combo of Weeds, Necessary Roughness, and North Dallas Forty... I love the fact that the FOX football show commentators were in this and did a flawless job...

I really hope Amazon pick this up!


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