Early Edition

Season 1 Episode 6

Hoops (a.k.a. Hoop Dreams)

Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Nov 02, 1996 on CBS



  • Trivia

    • Newspaper Headlines:

      Day 1
      - Peace Talks in New Delhi
      - Food Poisoning Cripples Cruise Ship In Mid Atlantic
      - Congressman Denies Corruption Charges
      - Transit Worker Claims Abduction By Alien Donut Ship
      - Williams Collapses On Court; Condition Uncertain: Crane Loses changes to Crane High Wins!: Williams Comes Off Bench And Scores 20 Points

      Day 2
      - No Visible Headlines

      Day 3
      - CTA Weighs Cost Cuts For Late-Night Service
      - School Still Giving Kids A Reason To Say 'No'
      - Tragedy At Crane: Williams Dead At 17
      - Hawks Rebound From Slip
      - Dave Feidman Rates The Best Horses

  • Quotes

    • Gary: Robbie, how you doing?
      Robbie: All right.
      Michael: He's back in school. Wants to be a journalist now.
      Robbie: Yeah. I want to publish one of those magic newspapers.

    • Chuck: (closing monologue) Nobody lives forever, but try telling that to the very young. When the future's road that leads straight up; and hope is in your pocket; and tomorrow's a promise you can't wait to keep. Like I said, everyone has a dream.

    • Chuck: (opening monologue) Everybody has a dream. It comes with being alive. Doesn't matter who you are; or what you do; or where you grew up. If you're breathing, you got one. But the dreams you dream when you're young, those are the ones that count. The ones you never give up. When every second lasts a lifetime. And when you know, beyond a doubt, that you're different... and that you're going to live forever.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Episode Title: "Hoops" (a.k.a. "Hoop Dreams")

      Hoop Dreams is a 1994 documentary film directed by Steve James.