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The Game Plan (28-Sep-2007)

Director: Andy Fickman

Writers: Nichole Millard; Kathryn Price; Audrey Wells

Keywords: Sports Comedy, Football

A superstar NFL quarterback must care for his eight-year old daughter from a previous relationship.

ABSTRACT
Joe Kingman, successful professional quarterback enjoying the single life on a steady diet of money and women, opens his door one day to find eight-year old Peyton Kelly, a young girl claiming to be his daughter from a past relationship. Joe soon receives conclusive proof that Peyton is, in fact, his daughter, setting him up for a challenge greater than any he's ever faced in his life: fatherhood.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Marv Albert
Sports Figure
12-Jun-1941   Yessssssss!
Morris Chestnut
Actor
1-Jan-1969   Two Can Play That Game
Gordon Clapp
Actor
24-Sep-1948   Det. Greg Medavoy on NYPD Blue
Boomer Esiason
Football
17-Apr-1961   Cincinnati Bengals
Eddie George
Football
24-Sep-1973   Dallas Cowboys RB
Christine Lakin
Actor
25-Jan-1979   Alicia Lambert on Step by Step
Madison Pettis
Actor
22-Jul-1998   Sophie on Cory in the House
The Rock
Actor
2-May-1972   Yeah, yeah -- we smell it
Roselyn Sanchez
Actor
2-Apr-1973   First hispanic in a US soap
Kyra Sedgwick
Actor
19-Aug-1965   The Closer
Paige Turco
Actor
17-May-1965   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II
Brian J. White
Actor
21-Apr-1973   Stomp the Yard
Jo Jo White
Basketball
16-Nov-1946   Boston Celtics, 1969-79

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