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Live chat: ESPN '30 for '30 documentary, "The Four Falls of Buffalo"

ESPN will air its new '30 for 30' documentary on the Bills' Super Bowl teams of the 1990s later tonight. This is your open thread to discuss the show, and revel in the glory of those teams.

At 9:30 p.m. ET tonight (or shortly thereafter, following the Heisman Trophy presentation), ESPN will debut its new '30 for 30' film entitled "The Four Falls of Buffalo," covering the Buffalo Bills teams of the early 1990s that went to four straight Super Bowls, losing them all.

The documentary, which premiered earlier this week, has received nearly universal praise from those that reviewed it early. Announced back in May, seven months ago today, features interviews with several Bills legends, including Hall of Fame players Jim Kelly, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, and Andre Reed, among others. The interview with former kicker Scott Norwood, who infamously missed a potential game-winning field goal in Super Bowl XXV, is apparently particularly excellent.

This is, naturally, something that Bills fans far and wide will be tuning in for tonight, not to mention for its several replays on ESPN in the coming days and weeks. For tonight's initial public showing, however, this is your open thread to discuss it with your fellow fans at Buffalo Rumblings. Grab your tissues and prepare for a fairly epic evening of nostalgia.