Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) tries to talk to his teen daughter Julie (Aimee Teegarden) in this clip from the premiere of Season Two of Friday Night Lights, "Last Days of Summer." Julie isn't having it though, giving her dad some attitude.
Lyla Garrity (Minka Kelly) tells Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch) about how she's found Jesus in this clip from "Last Days of Summer," the first episode of Season 2. But all Tim wants to talk about is how hot he finds Lyla.
A talkative Landry helps Matt prepare for his date with Julie; later, he gives his dejected friend some post-date analysis. Jesse Plemons (Landry) ad-libs much of the material in the Salvation Army store. These guys rock! From "Crossing the Line."
With Coach Taylor and Coach Mac spurring him on, QB-1 Matt Saracen leads the Panthers on a game-winning TD drive, tying the game on the final play and winning it on a two-point try. From the 5th episode of Season One.
Coach Eric Taylor gives a speech at halftime of the state title game imploring his players to get back in the game. They are never out of it, just because they've been written off. It's one for the ages, and it propelled them to glory.
Coach Eric Taylor tells Matt Saracen how he's proud of him but that he's got a job to do and he isn't sure he's up for it. It all depends on how bad he wants it. It's a powerful scene in which he encourages Matt to let it out and show him what he's got, and to be all he can be.
Set to the blistering rapping of "Lord Give Me a Sign" by DMX, this three-minute fan video takes clips from Episode 15 of Season One, "Blinders," and shows Smash Williams' turmoil. A hard-hitting video but an intense and good one.
A fan video set to the music of a song called "I Dare You" and using the Pilot of Friday Night Lights as the backdrop. It takes a look at the pressure of winning and the haunted characters who shoulder that burden.