While You Were Sleeping. Highlights of Joe Montana's first year in broadcasting. Short: CBS's Terry Donahue explains everything he knows about color commentary (1 minute, 20 seconds).
Naked Lunch. Somebody finally lends Charles Barkley the money he needs to buy a Big Mac.
Little Women. An inside look at Spud Webb's black book.
Crumb. A roundtable discussion in which waiters and busboys at Buster Douglas's favorite restaurant discuss the only thing he has ever left on his plate.
Georgia. Thirty-year-old imposter "Ron McKelvey" reveals the only major football team he has not played for.
Show Girls. Barnstorming with the U.S. women's national basketball team as it obliterates the country's leading college teams. For mature audiences only.
Six Degrees of Separation. Dallas Cowboy megastar Deion Sanders reveals how far he is able to get from his cellular phone without needing therapy.
Braveheart. The epic story of the owner of the Tampa Bay Bucs and his search for somebody who would be willing to coach his team.
The Madness of King George. New York Yankee owner George Steinbrenner is found to have a rare mental disorder after he trades most of his best players so he can pay millions to pitcher Kenny Rogers, who can't even make a decent rotisserie chicken.
Dazed and Confused. Absentminded new Miami Dolphin coach Jimmy Johnson falls back into his old Miami habits and begins sneaking BMWs under the table to players, who, in this case, already own dealerships.