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EL ACCIDENTE - Watch Friday Night Lights EP6 S1 and insights
Episode directed by Dan Lerner
Cast: Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Taylor Kitsch, Jesse Plemons, Aimee Teegarden, Michael B. Jordan, and Jurnee Smollett
Coach Taylor questions his principles regarding Voodoo's eligibility and is confronted with another problem when his #1 defensive player is arrested for assaulting a fellow student. Tim and Lila break Jason out of the hospital for the afternoon.
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Matt had shining moment this time around which was a great sign for the maturity level of his character. New character Bobby Reyes fights one of Matt close friends, Kurt, in the parking lot, a classic location for after school matches. But the gravity of the fight was not so much the duel, but rather the context behind the fight which is still a little strange and unclear.
Reyes is not one of the main characters, and is barely a supporting one along with Kurt. If anything this episode was to showcase Matt as a person. After his friend makes a comment about irrelevance of football, Reyes takes it upon himself to beat down Kurt, severely. It was unclear as to why he felt the need to do that and they donít explain why.
However prior to the fight, Voodoo made one too many racist comments about Reyes referring to his Hispanic background. Understandably he was upset, whatís not understandable is why he chose to fight Kurt just after he made a rather small comment against the football team. Was he taking his frustration out on him? Was it really necessary to go that far? Either way the fight itself didnít really hold much weight considering we donítí even know those characters.
Later, Reyes goes to the local media and lies about the reason behind the fight claiming Kurt made racist comments, which he didnít. But remember when I said the point of this was not so much the battle itself, but Matt as a person?
Well, Matt knew the reasons behind the fight and rather than sitting quiet for the sake of the team (Taylor would kick Reyes out if he knew there was no reason behind the fight) he decided it was time to say something. It was a great moment for Matt who put doing whatís right ahead of whatís right for the team.
The love triangle between Lyla, Tim, and Jason was awkward this week. Tim decides itís time to take his buddy out for a trip and Jason agrees, so he asks for Lyla to come with them. While riding in the truck together, the three of them sit side by side. It was a little too much; we already know the whole situation is awkward we donít need it thrown in our face.
Plus, the scenes in which Jason talked about how happy he was that both his friends, girlfriend and best friend, were there was a bit much. We get it. He doesnít know whatís going on but we do, which makes the whole awkward. Itís not lost on us.
But while Jason had a great time, it was after the small night trip that really had an impact on the former quarterback. He saw through his window Lyla and Tim a little too close together for Jasonís comfort. Obviously now he suspects something maybe brewing between them. This could either make for some interesting dramatic moments in the show if handled well, or could fall into the typical teen drama that are prevalent on TV today. But considering the strength of the series, Iím betting on the former.
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