Panthers Legends to relive the 2003 playoff thriller in St. Louis

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It's time for Watch Party 2.0.

This Friday night, we're hosting another watch party with Panthers legends to coincide with the local re-air of Carolina's thrilling double-overtime win in the 2003 Divisional Playoff at St. Louis.

Special guests from that team will join team reporter Kristen Balboni and co-host/2003 quarterback Jake Delhomme while the game airs from 8-11 p.m. on WSOC-TV in Charlotte.

Presented by Coca-Cola, the live event will be available on, the Panthers app, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

Best known for the game's final play, X-Clown, the double-OT win in St. Louis is best experienced in its entirety. The Panthers built a first-half lead, lost it in the fourth quarter, nearly won in the first overtime, nearly lost at the end of the first overtime, and then walked-off in dramatic fashion in what was the fifth-longest game in NFL history.

Check your local affiliate listings for the exact date and air time of this week's classic game, presented by Coca-Cola.

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Market State Station Network
Charleston SC WCSC CBS
Charlotte NC WSOC ABC
Columbia SC WACH FOX
Florence/Myrtle Beach SC WMBF NBC
Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point NC WFMY CBS
Greenville/New Bern NC WITN NBC
Greenville/Spartanburg SC WYFF NBC
Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville NC WRAL NBC
Roanoke/Lynchburg VA WFXR FOX
Tidewater/Outer Banks VA/NC WVEC ABC
Wilmington NC WSFX FOX

Last weekend, Balboni and Delhomme hosted a watch party that coincided with the re-air of the 2015 NFC Championship Game.

Special guests included, in order of appearance: that year's sideline reporter, Jordan Gross; safety Roman Harper, running back Jonathan Stewart, linebacker Luke Kuechly, cornerback Josh Norman, long snapper J.J. Jansen, quarterback Derek Anderson, defensive end Charles Johnson, cornerback Charles Tillman and safety Kurt Coleman.

You can watch that below:

The Panthers will re-air one more classic game in lieu of the preseason slate this month. The 2015 Thanksgiving Day rout of the Cowboys is scheduled for the weekend of Aug. 29.

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