Coach is forced to play mediator as tensions erupt in the locker room. Luke gets recruited. Buddy deals with the trials and tribulations of fatherhood. Tami deals with a troubled student. The Lions welcome a new player.
(I originally posted this review back when "Friday Night Lights" was doing its exclusive DirecTV run. The comments from that period have been preserved. For the sake of people who are watching the episodes as they air on NBC, I will ask anyone c more
What do you do when your teenage son is acting up? Ship his ass off to visit his father in West Texas, that's what!! In "Keep Looking" we're re-introduced to Buddy Jr., who last time we saw him was more interested in video games than Tami Taylor's rack. R more
It’s Friday, which means Friday Night Lights. Slumber parties for all! Two weeks ago was funny week, last week was tragic week and this week? This week it’s all about the tough love. Our favorite tough guy, Buddy Garrity, is trying to welcome Junior home more
The Lions get a break from game play in episode four of "Friday Night Lights" Season 5, "Keep Looking." Instead they focus on regular high school things like school dances and stripper aerobics. Ok, maybe not the last part. That's reserved for Mindy Riggi more
Is football the answer to all of life's problems? No, of course not, but you can't tell that to uber-football fan Buddy Garrity (Brad Leland). When his troublemaker son arrives in Dillon and proves to be a rebel without a cause, Buddy gets his boy into pa more