The scene from "State" in which Tami Taylor (Connie Britton) tells Eric (Kyle Chandler) she is pregnant with their second child. All on the balcony of their hotel in Dallas. What a marvelous scene with two terrific actors and characters.
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A terrific Friday Night Lights clip from the final episode of the first season, "State," in which Tami finds out she's pregnant. Smash's mother takes a test and asks her how pregnant she wants to be. Amazing stuff.
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Landry gives Matt some advice in "Blinders." About soap, and how girls respond to smells. You know how well this goes.
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At Landry's urging, Matt tries to make Julie a mix CD to tell her he's sorry. But when Tyra tells him to work a little harder than that, Landry throws Matt under the bus. Funny stuff.
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Lyla Garrity has a meltdown when her car breaks down, and calls Jason Street, admitting she's in shambles. He can do little to help her in this great deleted scene from "State."
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In this clip from "Eyes Wide Open," Lyla tells Tim if he needs to talk about anything, she's there for him, and asks Tim if he's ever going to go see Jason in the hospital.
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In this clip from "Wind Sprints," Tim avoids Lyla when she comes to see him about going to the hospital to visit Jason. Lyla, despite being told by Billy Riggins that Tim isn't home, she says her plans loud enough for Tim to hear, knowing darn well that he's listening.
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Matt Saracen scores the game-winning touchdown in the "Mud Bowl" and the Panthers celebrate on the field afterwards. A great clip from the 20th episode of Season 1.
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Friday Night Lights Season 1 Quotes

Answer me this, Timmy. What happened to Texas forever, huh? What happened to livin' large, what happened to that eternal bond that you used to love to throw around when I was still healthy and headed towards the NFL, huh? I NEED you here, Tim! I need you.

Jason Street

"When Jason Street went down the first game of the season, everybody wrote us off. Everybody. And yet here we are at the championship game. Forty thousand people out there have also written us off. But there are a few out there who still believe in you."

Eric Taylor