EXT. BOCA RATON, FLORIDA – DAY
BILL BELICHICK: Grumble grumble have you guys watched the Americans it’s pretty good.
PETE CARROLL: And have the Rand Corporation track my viewing habits? No thanks, man.
ANDY REID: [looks up from bucket of fried chicken]
PETE CARROLL: I do enjoy Mr. Robot, though.
JIM CALDWELL: As do I.
BILL BELICHICK: Grumble grumble FX is where it’s at.
RON RIVERA: Wild card, bitches! [tears off shirt, dives into nearby pond]
SEAN PAYTON: Oh, man, Archer is terrific.
CHUCK PAGANO: A bit unrealistic, though.
TODD BOWLES: Unrealistic? It’s a fucking cartoon!
CHUCK PAGANO: No, no, I mean in its portrayal of the cocaine trade. Trust me, I’ve, um, witnessed a few things.
BILL BELICHICK: Grumble grumble the spy stuff isn’t exactly accurate either.
HUE JACKSON: Rescue me.
PETE CARROLL: Huh?
HUE JACKSON: RESCUE. ME. [glances around, realizes Jimmy Haslam is nearby]…is, uh, is also a very good show.
DOUG PETERSON: [also glancing at Jimmy Haslam] More like American Crime Story, am I right, guys?
BRUCE ARIANS: Sons of Anarchy.
ADAM GASE: Unsupervised.
MIKE MCCARTHY: Running Wilde.
REX RYAN: Hey, come on now. My players might be a little out of control, but they’re basically good kids at heart.
GUS BRADLEY: You’re The Worst.
MIKE MULARKEY: No, YOU’RE the worst! At least my draft picks can survive longer than a week.
JOHN HARBAUGH: My brother and I watched Anger Management for a while, but found it devoid of practical tips.
JAY GRUDEN: Tyrant.
CHIP KELLY: What’d you call me?
JAY GRUDEN: Oh, I wasn’t talking about you [glances at a nearby Dan Snyder].
MIKE MCCOY: It would be best if we were to assemble for the group photo now.
PETE CARROLL AND BILL BELICHICK: [in unison] NO CAMERAS!
The theme for this week’s Request Line is “spycraft”. Whether that means spies, disguises, surveillance, or shadowy government organizations is up to you. I’ll get us started with one of the classics. Have fun!