Hang Time

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 6 : Ep 12

    Graduation on Three

    Aired 12/16/00

  • S 6 : Ep 11

    High School Confidential

    Aired 12/9/00

  • S 6 : Ep 10

    A Night to Remember

    Aired 12/2/00

  • S 6 : Ep 9

    For the Love of the Game

    Aired 11/18/00

  • S 6 : Ep 8

    Secrets and Lies

    Aired 11/11/00

  • Cast & Crew
  • Anthony Anderson

    Teddy Brodis (1996-1998)

  • Dick Butkus

    Coach Mike Katowinski (1998-2000)

  • Jay Hernandez

    Antonio Lopez (1998-2000)

  • Adam Frost

    Michael Manning (1997-2000)

  • Phillip Glasser

    Eugene Brown (1999-2000)

  • show Description
  • Hang Time is basically just another teen coming-of-age sitcom. The twist here is, however, that it focuses on a boys basketball team with one female team member. The show is generically the same as the rest - same jokes, same gags, same characters, touches on the same issues - but it is one of the best of the genre. In fact, the series was continuosly the highest rated Saturday morning series on NBC's teen line-up.moreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (138)

    • Coach Fuller: Are we all bonded? Does anyone need a kleenex? I know I'm about to cry.

    • Julie: Let's make this the best season ever. (they run into each other and fall down.) Danny: Now that we practiced falling let's try layups.

    • Danny: Hey, isn't he the guy that scored 42 points on you at camp? Vince: No, it was only 40. Julie fouled him for the last two. Julie: Someone had to stop him - you didn't.

    • Julie: Hi, I'm Julie. Michael: You're Julie Conner. You broke my nose at basketball camp last summer. Julie: Oh, sorry. Michael: It's okay, our team won by two foul shots.

    • Vince: Purple pebble. Come in purple pebble! Danny: I told you if I have to be purple pebble I'm not playing.

    • Michael: Actually, Julie, we didn't get the tattoos. Julie: You didn't? Kristy: You mean Julie's the only one who went through all that pain and agony? Danny: Well, we got close to the pain, but the agony scared us away. Julie: I can't believe you guys. Now I'm gonna have to get this removed. (she dips a napkin in water and takes the tattoo off easily.) Vince: If it came off that easy you should get your money back. Kristy: It's fake, Vince.

    • Vince: Mary Beth, what's wrong? You look like you've been crying. Oh no, I forgot your birthday didn't I? Mary Beth: No, Vince. Vince: I forgot my birthday? Mary Beth: No, it's Tom... Vince: I forgot Tom's birthday?

    • Lynwood Player: Well, well, well. If it isn't the Deering Tomatoes. Danny: Tomatoes? Which one of you sprained your brain thinking that one up? Lynwood Player: You have Mikey to thank for that nickname. (Danny, Vince, Teddy and Julie all give Michael a look) Michael: Hey - That was when I played for them. Now I play for you guys, and I don't like them.

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    Notes (99)

    • Atwater tells Julie that "it might get a little rough under the boards." In "Let Them Play," Julie says Beeson was against Connor playing on the boys team because "it might get a little rough under the boards (mixing it up with the guys)."

    • Daniella Deutscher (Julie) shot all of her own hoops throughout the entire series.

    • Julie mentions she's from Chicago.

    • Atwater reveals that he likes the Ice Capades.

    • Danny also has a football jersey in his locker.

    • As Atwater is walking with Earl talking about presidents, you see the cafeteria set connects to the hallway set, which connects to the locker set.

    • During a timeout, one of the "L's" in Mellon comes off Danny's jersey, but in another scene you can see "Mellon" in full on the jersey.

    • Aired September 1996 on the West coast

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    Trivia (43)

    • Grant Hill doesn't actually sign Michael Maxwell's hand.

    • During the final scene with Coach Fuller and Chris, Fuller is shooting and an aerial microphone is visible for a quick second.

    • During the closing seconds of the game, they show the scoreboard. Then in the next frame, Earl drives in for a dunk and the scoreboard (in the background) shows a different score.

    • The gang is in their basketball practice gear, then in street clothes in the next scene, then the power outage occurs. In the next scene, they're in practice gear again during the power outage.

    • In the episodes Son-In-Law and Mary Beth's Parents, Mary Beth's dad is named Burt Pepperton. This episode refers to him as Jonathon Bradley Pepperton III.

    • Jevin Bell's jersey doesn't have the name "Sanders"; perhaps in production they wanted to go with a different last name.

    • #50 from Warrick (Green) is out of bounds when he pops the 3 from the right corner.

    • Danny says that if they lose their next game (making 7 loses in a row), it will be the worst losing streak in the history of Deering. However the season before, they were 2-22. (Although Danny's statement is vague- He could have meant 7 straight losses to start the season is the worst in Deering's history).

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    Allusions (4)

    • The episode title shares its name with the 1993 film of the same name starring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur.

    • The episode title is based on Florence Nightingale, a real life nurse.

    • Julie Connor (Daniella Deutscher): "Get in me belly!"
      Julie is "loading up on carbs" for the big game, and after Mary-Beth passes her a roll, Julie looks at it, grins, and says "get in me belly!" This is a line from the popular (yet terrible) film "Austin Powers 2: The Spy Who Shagged Me" and is spoken originally by the character Fat Bastard (Mike Myers).

    • The title of the episode is based on the Kevin Costner movie of the same name. In fact the plot mirror the movie with the team more focus on being undefeated instead of just playing for the fun of it. Both feature flashbacks of the characters playing.

  • Fan Reviews (9)
  • Put this classic teen show in a complete DVD series box including closed captions, please!

    By irehawk20, Mar 14, 2013

  • Hang Time is one of my favourite shows.

    By Aria427, Jul 09, 2008

  • This show is a classic, even if there a cast changes in this show, for six years. It features the girl basketball player in a boys basketball team helping the Deering Tornados win more games since there is only a boys basketball team in that high school.

    By ireeagle, Dec 18, 2007

  • Ok so this show was about a baskitball team with a girl on it...at least all the girls in the show were cute!

    By jasonvoorhees50, Apr 27, 2007

  • Dick, from professional football to this?

    By ez1jb, Aug 28, 2006

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