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Super Bowl: Super Bowl XXIII

The San Francisco 49ers defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 20-16.


Episode Info


Episode number: 23x1
Airdate: Sunday January 22nd, 1989
Network: NBC

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)


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Guest Stars
Cincinnati Bengals
As AFC Champions (Loser)
Recurring
San Francisco 49ers
As NFC Champions (Winner)
Recurring

Musical Guests
Billy Joel
As Himself (National Anthem)
Recurring
Elvis Presto
As Himself (Halftime Show)

Featuring
Bob Beeks
As Line Judge
Recurring
Bob Griese
As Coin Tosser
Recurring
Gordon Wells (2)
As Umpire
Recurring
Jerry Bergman
As Head Linesman
Recurring
Jerry Seeman
As Referee
Recurring
Larry Little
As Coin Tosser
Recurring
Nick Buoniconti
As Coin Tosser
Recurring
Paul Baetz
As Back Judge
Recurring
Bobby Skelton
As Field Judge
Gary Lane (2)
As Side Judge
Main Cast
Dick Enberg
As Announcer
Merlin Olsen
As Color Commentator
Episode Notes
This is the 2nd time the 49ers defeat the Bengals in a Super Bowl.

The 49ers were the favorite by 7.

The Bengals record going into the Super Bowl (including playoff games) was 14-4, where the 49ers was 12-6.

Joe Montana threw for a Super Bowl record setting 357 yards.

The largest lead of the game was a 13-6 Bengals lead.

This Super Bowl was ranked number 1 on NFL.com's list of the 10 Best Super Bowl's.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Elvis Presto(title is not known) 


Episode Quotes
Joe Montana: (to Harris Barton) There, in the stands, near the exit ramp. Isn't that John Candy?



Cultural References
Joe Montana: (to Harris Barton) There, in the stands, near the exit ramp. Isn't that John Candy?

John Candy was a comedian and actor until his death in 1994.



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