WTVP - Interesting People
Interesting People - a WTVP series hosted by Ed Sutkowski—features half-hour conversations of thoughtful dialogue with ordinary individuals who have achieved extraordinary measures of success in the arts, business, communications, education, science and sports.

"Thus, the task is not so much to see what no one yet has seen, but to think what nobody yet has thought about that which everybody sees."
- Arthur Schopenhauer
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Ed Sutkowski, Host of "Interesting People"
Episode #1002 -
The '85 Chicago Bears
Keith Van Horne (offensive right tackle)
Keith Van Horne (offensive right tackle)
Mike Richardson (safety)
Mike Richardson (safety)
Steve McMichael (defensive tackle)
Steve McMichael (defensive tackle)
Otis Wilson (outside linebacker)
Otis Wilson (outside linebacker)
Shaun Gayle (corner back/safety)
Shaun Gayle (corner back/safety)
Emery Moorehead (tight end)
Emery Moorehead (tight end)
Keith Van Horne, Mike Richardson and Steve McMichael
Keith Van Horne, Mike Richardson and Steve McMichael
Otis Wilson, Shaun Gayle and Emery Moorehead
Otis Wilson, Shaun Gayle and Emery Moorehead
1985 Super Bowl XX Champion Chicago Bears: Emery Moorehead (tight end), Steve McMichael (defensive tackle), Keith Van Horne (offensive right tackle), Otis Wilson (outside linebacker), Shaun Gayle (corner back/safety) and Mike Richardson (safety)
Original Air Date(s): 9/7/2012
Biographical Information
The '85 Chicago Bears,
photo of The '85 Chicago Bears The '85 Super Bowl Champion Bears is ranked by more than a few as the greatest NFL team of all time. The team was comprised of more than a few "diverse" personalities, e.g., Jim McMahon, William "the Refrigerator" Perry, Mike Singletary and Gary Fencik. The guests discussed the iconic nature of the team, their relationship with the best running back of all times, Walter Payton, the tension between coach "Iron Mike" Ditka, once a Bear all-pro tight end and supreme motivator, and Buddy Ryan, the defensive coordinator, the locker room and on-field discussions and events beginning in 1982 and ending at the 1985 Super Bowl. The overall theme: the team then and the members now had fun and are all members of a very close knit family.
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