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Episode directed by Mark Piznarski
Cast: Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Taylor Kitsch, Jesse Plemons, Aimee Teegarden, Michael B. Jordan, and Jurnee Smollett
While only two days away from their next game, Coach Taylor still doesn't know who to start at quarterback, and Jason still doesn't know that his best friend is spending a lot of time with his girlfriend.
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REVIEW: Coach Taylor has a big decision to make this week. Who to start first: Matt or Voodoo? On the one hand, Matt is a team player. He cares for the team, has respect for Taylor and is trying his hardest to be a better player, the problem is, they need a better player now and unfortunately his name is Voodoo. The problem with Voodoo is his arrogant attitude. He has no respect for anyone but himself and his disposition brings down the teamís morale.
Voodoo sees Dillon as a means to an end. He has no real connection, emotional attachment or even the slightest interest in the Texas town. As he told Taylor, he is simply using Dillon the same way the town is using him to win. Itís a business relationship and nothing more. While he still remains the number one jerk in the show, this did give us another side to the character allowing us to better understand his motivation and maybe the reasons behind his self absorbed mentality.
But for Taylor, it really boils down to want versus need. He wants Matt to start, but he needs Voodoo to do his magic on the field. So, he picks Voodoo as the new quarterback.
We also got another look at Tyra, who is working her way to becoming one of the most interesting and surprising deep characters on the show. She desperately wants to escape Dillon and connect with outside world, and she does, in the form of a LA business man. Unlike everyone in town, Tyra finds the football culture meaningless and sleeps with the LA man, a sign of her longing to get out.
But the highlight came from, none other than, Taylor who kicked Voodoo out of the game and off the team. This brought Matt back in, and Taylor used a risky play than the preferred safe play that would have brought the team to a tie. But Taylorís risky plan paid off, and the team had another victory of the season.
But getting rid of Voodoo may have been a risky move in of itself considering the town was pulling for the guy to bring them plenty of wins in the future. Taylor was able to come through this time, or should we say Matt came through, but whether or not they can continue remains to be seen. Whatís great about this show is its ability to make you care so much about the characters.
FNL takes the most mundane part of life and presents it in a captivating and exciting story. The hand held camera adds to the realistic tone and the natural atmosphere. The creators succeeded in making a show that feels like youíre watching a documentary not the typical teen drama that plague television today. This is show for lack of a better word is simply great.
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