Still Standing

Season 1 Episode 6

Still Cheering

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 04, 2002 on CBS
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Brian joins the school football team, but quits because the other kids are picking on him. He decides to do cheerleading instead, but Bill is unsure about Brian's decision. Judy tells Bill that they need to try to support him, whatever he does.

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  • Hilarious!!

    9.2
    This episode is a fine example of why this show was so great!. I love the gay references that Bill always tosses towards Brian. Bill is the all american dad. The macho football loving beer drinker. All those dad's want is a son who shares the same interest so they can relive their youth through their sons. When Brian became the kicker on the football team; I think it was classic when Bill started to cry in the bleachers and Judy had to put him in check. I can't imagine the pain that Bill felt when Brian went back to cheerleading!.moreless

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    • Bill: Your brother's going out for the football team.
      Lauren: Cool! When he gets flattened he can be our new doormat.

    • Bill: You never told me you were on the debate team.
      Brian: Yes, I did.
      Bill: No, you didn't.
      Brian: Yes, I did.
      Bill: Oh, you're good!

    • Lauren: Hey, Aunt Linda, check out #43. He is co cute.
      Linda: 43, 24, 81—they're all the same. You remember their number, but they never remember yours.

    • Brian: I tried football and I didn't like it. The guys all picked on me.
      Bill: I got news for you, Brian. That might not stop when you start carrying pompoms.

    • Carl: There's a bunch of cheerleaders in your back yard.
      Bill: Oh, yeah, we're using them to scare away the squirrels.
      Carl: That explains it. How do you explain your son doing cartwheels across the lawn?
      Bill: Well, that's really very simple. God hates me.

    • Bill: I taught you the f-word.
      Coach Holinger: Couldn't be a coach without it. Hey, listen, when are you going to let Brian try out for the football team?
      Bill: What the 'F' are you talking about?

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