Friday Night Lights Spoilers: Season Two Synopsis

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There isn't much here that we don't already know, just an official synopsis from NBC regarding the Season Two premiere of Friday Night Lights.

Called "Seasons of Change," the episode begins with the summer coming to an end and the defending state champion Dillon Panthers looking to continue their gridiron success despite a great deal of change in the air.

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Most notably, Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) has begun his career as the head coach at Texas Methodist University and is faced with mounting adversity and hardship not only on the field, but in being separated from his family.

Accentuating this theme is the fact that Tami Taylor (Connie Britton, pictured) is on the verge of going into labor with their second child.

Meanwhile, Tyra Collette (Adrianne Palicki) receives a visit from someone in her past that will alter her life - an event hinted at in the network's first official Season Two promo.

Best friends Matt Saracen (Zach Gilford) and Landry Clarke (Jesse Plemons) both confront new lifestyles that neither seem ready for.

All this and plenty more will unfold just three weeks from tomorrow. We are counting the days until the return of Friday Night Lights.

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Jason katims produced Friday Night Lights as well as the wonderful "Roswell" which boosted careers of (Jesse)Rodreguez onto CSI and later (Mike) Freah. Got to know all the characters and love 'em all. Don't know if any "Lights" were previously in Roswell. For youths all were splendid players. A "Kyle" was in Roswell also as a character. Never found "John Doe".

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Friday Night Lights Quotes

Coach: You may never know how proud I am of you.
Vince: You changed my life Coach.

I could tell you this kid right here's got more heart than almost any person you know.

Buddy Garrity

Friday Night Lights Music

  Song Artist
Muzzle of bees Muzzle of Bees Wilco iTunes
Song Evergreen The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Song Bang a Gong (Get it On) T. Rex