DUGAN THOMAS
BLACK HILLS GOLD
THE STARS OF SUMMER
SHOOT THE BULL
FOREVER BLESSED (WITH A REFLECTION)
DUGAN THOMAS
CONTACT - SPORTS ARTICLES PAGE
SHOOT THE BULL
SCREENPLAY (TV COMEDY)

Steven Palmer has a claim to fame, but it’s not necessarily one he’s proud of. Really, he’s only recognized in the Denver, Colorado area – and even then it’s possible nobody’s ever heard of him. Steven Palmer was the third-string quarterback for the Denver Broncos, behind Hall of Famer John Elway, and his longtime back-up Gary Kubiak. Steven stayed on the team roster for 6 years, but his official games played...was a big fat 0. He was however a great quarterback at Division II Mountain State University, where he was a 2-time All-American. He currently presides as their Athletic Director, spending the last 5 years trying to get MSU’s football program headed in the right direction. When he’s not at school fulfilling his AD duties, he spends most of his time at a Denver area steakhouse he co-owns with his father Jack.
 
While Jack might be part-owner of the steakhouse, he’s definitely a full-time occupier of a bar stool when the steakhouse is open. You could say he’s a permanent fixture there, because well...he hardly ever moves. He even has his own name on the back of his bar stool, and if his mixed drink isn’t full, you can guarantee – he’s going to tell somebody about it. That’s when his two granddaughters come into play. When Kelsie and Kristen aren’t attending MSU and catching the attention of Dad’s football players, they keep the family theme going by working at the steakhouse. What they’re best at though - is competing with each other. Whether it be for money, attention, or boys – nothing is safe between these two girls. Hopefully Robin the new restaurant manager can stay between them and keep some sort of peace, but more than likely she’ll be pulled into the middle, and will have to duck her head to stay out of the crossfire.
 
Steven Palmer isn't the only former Denver Bronco to frequent the steakhouse. His best friend Walter Rogers III, better known as "Buster", can be seen hitting up the joint. Buster is actually even famous in Denver, but not for what he did with the Broncos. He has a string of car dealerships in the Denver area, and if you think you’ve seen cheesy commercials before, wait until you’ve seen Buster’s – he tops the cake. If Steven Palmer thinks his days as a professional football player were crazy, he surely knows his current situation could send him straight to the nuthouse. So he deals with it the best he can, because every night he goes to the steakhouse, all everyone wants to do is grab a steak, toss down a few drinks, and SHOOT THE BULL.


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