season 4: any thoughts or ideas abt wat to expect?

hey y'all its me again. does anything have assumptions or comments or speculations abt next season. i just got into the show and im excited abt it. and i want to know if anyone knows anything abt the soon-to-be renewed season. anything at all to keep my mind at ease. i know a few things like there will be a new rival school east dillon lions. so any other infos. pls post

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Mar 29, 2009 1:15AM EDT

well first of all. i havent heard anything about next season. buuuuut. Coach Taylor is gonna be coachin East Dillon, #7 Saracen is gone, Tim Riggins is gone, and so r most of the main characters. what is there going to be for next season? the first season at least had a good backbone with smash and everything. this new season would only have coach and family taylor, the mccoys and the supporting staff. No players except golden boy McCoy are there and the FB which was the centre piece for one episode and thats it.

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Apr 12, 2009 11:27PM EDT

Well all of that is pretty accurate. And if you saw the season finale now, you know Matt will be back, which I think is a boost.There are some integral characters, I believe, to the story that even if they graduating, writing them out is a mistake. As far as a pecking order, I think it would have to go this way, as far as everyone that was in the end of Season 3:
Coach Taylor/Tammy (One and the same, I suppose)MattBuddy GarrityJulie (Maybe you could loop her in with the other Taylors, although if by some chance the series went on for 7, 8 seasons, you could feasibly not link them)TimTie: J.D./Joe McCoy
I think the only one else close to making that list might be Matt's grandmother. Jason's character was integral, but as far as Lyla, Tyra, and all of the write-offs that look to be, I think Smash's has, and will be, the most emotional of the bunch. No doubt all of them bring something different to the table. All of those aforementioned are really essential, but Kyle Chandler as Coach almost belongs on his own list. There's just some "wow" moments that combine the writing of the show and his acting where you want to stick some of those quotes on a bulletin, or it's just very moving.

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