The sitcom Coach originally aired on ABC back in 1989, and was a lead-in to Monday Night Football with the belief that football fans would flock to their TVs earlier to catch yet another football-oriented show. It didn't do as good as, say, the Fresh Prince or Blossom at the time slot, but it did manage to net 200 episodes until its end in 1997.
One of the mainstays was assistant coach Dauber Dybinski, who fitted the stereotypical vision of a dumb jock. Ol' Daub was memorable for the way he talked, his clueless expressions, and the way fictional head coach Hayden Fox looked clueless after many things that Dauber said.
Perhaps the most memorable moment for Daub was during the series finale when the cast and crew thanked everyone for nine seasons. The epilogue included the fact that Dauber stayed with the fictional Orlando Breakers of the NFL, won back-to-back Super Bowls, retired and joined the Monday Night Football team.
Another Daub highlight may have been the Hardee's commercials. He and fellow assistant coach Luther Van Dam (Jerrry Van Dyke) had a series of spots for the restaurant, advertising their specials. If you remember, "Only on Tuesday," then there is no doubt you grew up in the Midwest, or have seen one of these spots.
Dauber Dybinski of Coach lands at No. 5.