Vince and the Lions get unsportsmanlike.
We’ve said it before and it bears repeating: 'Friday Night Lights' is the best show about adults on television.
Nobody messes with the East Dillon Lions — nobody!
"I can't even imagine what you're going to do by yourself."
Might it be possible that Coach and Mrs. Coach are too good at their jobs?
"Expectations," as, uh, expected, deals with a number of beginnings.
Why does 'FNL' love the sports-movie cliché?
Get dressed, guys — it's time to film the commercial!
They talk Emmys and coach bellies.
Even when Richard Linklater's films don't click, there's always at least one performance that makes it all worthwhile.
We are still in denial about this.
This season, nearly over, has flexed its chops to tell stories that are bleaker than ever before.
The writers now seem comfortable playing with melodramatic scenarios and gleefully upending our expectations.
We're back with a corker of an episode — which is unfortunately named “The Toilet Bowl.”
How to make 'Friends' a hit, and why 'Friday Night Lights' never was one.
New people, new situations. The only thing that isn't new is how much we're loving it all.
The actor on his heartbreaking story line, coming back to film in season five, and planning his next pub crawl.
Probable final season will see return of old favorites.