Friday Night Lights 5 Seasons 2006

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9. Full Hearts TV-PG CC

Growing pains - Emotions intensify as the game against the intimidating Gatling High nears.

Starring:
Brad Leland
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
December 5, 2006

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Full Hearts

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    1. Pilot In the town of Dillon, Texas, football is life and pressure mounts as the Dillon Panthers, enter pre-season surrounded by a swirl of press, recruiters, and State Championship sized expectations.

    TV-PG 46min October 3, 2006
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    2. Eyes Wide Open Through faith and courage, tragedy turns to healing - In the wake of star quarterback Jason Street's serious injury, the town of Dillon turns to prayer.

    TV-PG 45min October 10, 2006
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    3. Wind Sprints After a difficult loss to the underdog Milbank Rattlers, the town of Dillon has turned on Coach Taylor. School officials point fingers, parents argue, and team morale is at an all time low.

    TV-PG 44min October 17, 2006
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    4. Who's Your Daddy? Noose tightens around Coach Taylor during by-week - Facing the Panthers' biggest rival, Coach Taylor must find a way to bring the team together while his family falls apart.

    TV-PG 44min October 24, 2006
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    5. Git'er Done Fourth quarter belongs to us - With the Arnett Mead game just days away, Ray "Voodoo" Tatom proves he may not be the leader the team needs as he clashes with stressed out Coach Taylor and fellow players alike.

    TV-14 44min October 30, 2006
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    6. El Accidente To good friends and Texas forever - The Dillon Panthers are frustrated facing the possibility of last week's key win over Arnett Mead being overturned due to Ray Tatum's recruitment (guest star Aldis Hodge).

    TV-14 42min November 7, 2006
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    7. Homecoming One Team, One Heart - It's homecoming in Dillon, Texas, as alumni reunite, and the team prepares for the undefeated Laribee Lions.

    TV-PG 44min November 14, 2006
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    8. Crossing the Line Face me like a man - While Tim Riggins and the team celebrate their victory, a frustrated Brian "Smash" Williams takes drastic measures to improve his performance on the field.

    TV-14 44min November 28, 2006
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    9. Full Hearts Growing pains - Emotions intensify as the game against the intimidating Gatling High nears.

    TV-PG 44min December 5, 2006
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    10. It's Different For Girls High School blues - The attention is focused off the football team for once and onto their biggest supporters - the cheerleaders.

    TV-14 44min December 12, 2006
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    11. Nevermind Under Pressure -- The Panthers are preparing yet again for another game they can't afford to lose.

    TV-14 44min January 3, 2007
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    12. What To Do While You're Waiting Bye Week -- The future of the Panthers' season is out of their hands as they eagerly wait for the result of a game between two opponents that will ultimately determine their fate.

    TV-PG 44min January 10, 2007
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    13. Little Girl I Wanna Marry You Crunch Time -- It's do or die as the Panthers are one game away from the playoffs.

    TV-PG 44min January 24, 2007
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    14. Upping the Ante All bets are off -- The stakes are high on and off the field as the players prepare for their first playoff match.

    TV-PG 43min January 31, 2007
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    15. Blinders The race card - After their first thrilling victory in the playoffs, the Panthers feel invincible - until Mac makes racial statements that test the team's bond.

    TV-PG 43min February 7, 2007
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    16. Black Eyes & Broken Hearts Clear eyes -- Racial tensions are at an all time high as the black players on the Dillon Panthers won't play unless Mac McGill is fired for his comments.

    TV-PG 44min February 14, 2007
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    17. I Think We Should Have Sex Sexual Healing -- The Panthers are deep into the playoffs and all players feel untouchable. Julie drops a bomb on an unsuspecting Matt when she says she's ready to have sex for the first time.

    TV-PG 45min February 21, 2007
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    18. Extended Families Why can't we be friends? -- When Buddy Garrity's affair is discovered, he finds himself in the doghouse.

    TV-PG 44min February 28, 2007
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    19. Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes Decisions, Decisions - With TMU knocking on Coach Taylor's door, Julie decides to make it very clear to her parents that she does not intend to move away from Dillon and Matt.

    TV-PG 44min March 21, 2007
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    20. Mud Bowl For love of the game -- Coach Taylor feels the players are losing their grasp on the beauty of the game of football as distractions such as envelopes full of cash begin to mysteriously show up in the players' lockers.

    TV-PG 44min March 28, 2007
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    21. Best Laid Plans Plans change, people change - After being pressured by Texas Methodist University (TMU), Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) makes a rash decision that disrupts his future at Dillon and upsets the women in his life.

    TV-PG 44min April 4, 2007
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    22. State Season finale --The State Championship- It's all come down to this one final game - the Dillon Panthers are gearing up for the state championship and all eyes are on Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler).

    TV-PG 45min April 11, 2007

Product Details

Genres Sports, Drama
Director Josh Pate
Starring Brad Leland
Supporting actors Gaius Charles, Zach Gilford, Minka Kelly, Taylor Kitsch, Adrianne Palicki, Jesse Plemons, Scott Porter, Aimee Teegarden, Shawn Arani, Henry Bryant, Angela Burns, Azael Cavazos, Dominik Chilleri, John Chilleri, Franky Coronado, Blue Deckert, Sid Johnson, Brad Leland
Season year 2007
Network Peter Berg
Executive Producer Sarah Aubrey
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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161 of 179 people found the following review helpful By Robert Moore HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 6, 2007
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HELP SAVE THIS SERIES! February 8, 2008 -- There is an extremely good chance that this evening's season finale (the decision not to make any more episodes for Season Two has apparently already been made) could be the last episode of FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS forever. Unless fans get involved. There are things we can do to save this, which is still one of the two best series on network television (I have to include PUSHING DAISIES on the best of the best list -- the other greatest shows on TV are on cable, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, THE WIRE, and MAD MEN). Here on Amazon you can do either of two things. One, you can watch individual episodes of the show on Unbox. Two, you can buy Season One on DVD. Hey, it's only $18.99! That is the cost of a large pizza with three toppings! The other thing you can do is to go to any online FNL websites (either the official board on [...] or just about anywhere else -- Google it -- and find out about letter writing campaigns. Fans last year saved what is quite frankly a pretty average show, JERICHO, from cancellation. Surely the same can be done of one the most brilliant shows on TV. Although NBC president Ben Silverman seems intent on cancelling the show, there is a legitimate chance that it could reappear on another network (come on CW! it would instantly be your best show by a gigantic margin!). I'll revise this as developments occur.

Warning! Some spoilers are contained in the following review.

So many of my favorite shows seem afflicted with names that make nonviewers dismiss them without actually watching them. Based on the name alone or the most superficial knowledge of the show, they feel they known enough to ignore them.
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66 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Bryant Burnette on July 5, 2007
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I was (am) a huge fan of the movie "Friday Night Lights," which I found to be incredibly well-acted and almost totally heartbreaking in its depiction of how important high school football is to at least some parts of Texas. I'd rank it not only as one of the best sports movies ever made, but as one of the best movies of ANY kind of the decade thus far.

Those are big shoes for a television series to try and fill, but I have to say, this one is getting the job done pretty well.

The pilot episode is far and away the weakest of the entire season, and it had me more than little worried that the series was going to tank right off the bat. It's not a bad episode -- just a little flat and uninspired (surprising, considering that it and the movie shared the same director, Peter Berg).

Things began to improve very quickly with the second episode, however, and the series seemed literally to get better every episode, right through to the end of the season.

The entire cast is terrific, but I think special mention needs to be made for the closest thing the show has to leads: Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton. Both are terrific actors who are past due for real stardom, and if there were any justice, this show would do it for them. They are utterly convincing in their roles as the team's coach and the school's guidance counselor. Oh yeah, and they're married. Together, their portrayal of a married couple is quite possibly the best, most convincing and illuminating, and most all-around affecting filmed relationship that I have ever seen on television. You'd swear at some points that you were watching a documentary -- and a really good one, at that.
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52 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Mae on July 7, 2007
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I didn't even consider watching this show at the beginning of the 06/07 season. It was a show about football, enough said.

Then it was critically acclaimed and low-rated, which I find is a sign of great television, so I gave it a chance. I didn't love it immediately--it took me a couple of episodes to get into it--but by the time I loved it, I really loved it. I was so glad that NBC had posted aired episodes on-line so I was able to catch up.

It is well-acted. beautifully shot, and emotionally engaging. And the price of this set is unbeatable. I look forward to sharing it with friends, hoping against hope that for once there will be a ratings turnaround in favor of quality television.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. B Cole on April 16, 2008
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I got into this show for 2 reasons. The first one is I love football. The second one is that I loved the movie.

Now I didn't think this show was going to be nearly as good as the movie, since it's not based on a true story and it's on a TV budget... not a movie budget. But I still wanted to give it a try. And man am I glad I did. Friday Night Lights is MUCH more than just some dumb football show. Yes it does have football and yes it's centered on football, but in all honesty, it feels like football is just a secondary to the great story that we have going on right before our eyes.

Coach Eric Taylor has taken the reigns as the new head coach of The Dillon Panthers football team. QB#1 Jason Street is the golden boy on the team. He's supposedly one of the best quarterbacks that's ever been seen (according to Notre Dame at least). A close second to Jason would be Brian `Smash' Williams. The star running back that can actually back up the big mouth he has. Smash is also a star player that WILL be going somewhere someday. The Panthers are littered with talent in other spots as well, but a curveball is thrown to them in their first game of the season and Jason Street has to leave the game only to be replaced by the somewhat shy Matthew Saracen. Can Saracen help lead the team and win them and Coach Taylor the first game of the season? Well, watch the show and find out...hehe.

Coach Taylor is played by Kyle Chandler. His wife Tami is played by Connie Britton. I seriously do not think they are even acting when you see these two together. I completely forget I'm watching actors. They meld together so seamlessly you would think they are actually married. You can see the love in their eyes when they talk to each other on just little things like grocery shopping.
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