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WHO'S YOUR DADDY - Watch Friday Night Lights EP4 S1 and insights
Episode directed by Allison Liddi
Cast: Kyle Chandler, Connie Britton, Taylor Kitsch, Jesse Plemons, Aimee Teegarden, Michael B. Jordan, and Jurnee Smollett
Coach Taylor deals with outside influences on who to start at quarterback, with the biggest game of the year coming up against their rivals, who have taken it upon themselves to raise the bar by trashing the Panthers' locker room. His wife has no picnic, either, as she is given two days to plan a team tradition barbecue and the visiting list keeps getting bigger. Jason is moved to a rehab unit, still not accepting his situation, as his replacement and Matt, deals with competition when a new quarterback is brought in from Louisiana as a refugee from Hurricane Katrina.
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This episode felt of bit off, but only a bit, as the rest of the episode changed nicely into the show Iíve come to respect. The chemistry/tension between Lyla and Tim is heating as the cheerleader tries to deny any feelings she may have towards the ďbad boy,Ē however it has become clear that Tim feels something for her. Meanwhile, Tyra pays Jason a visit and apologizes for Tim not showing up, and Coach Tyalor throws a last minute party for the Panthers. While at times a bit hammy, the fourth episode was still pretty strong, if not, a solid follow up.
Thereís a lot to be said about the relationship between Lyla and Tim. Was there always something there? Is it one sided (Tim) or is it mutual? No matter their exact feelings, itís clear that something is brewing between, and if you didnít notice the kiss in the last episode, well, you got an extra helping this time around.
Tim shows up in her bedroom, and while creepy, Lyla engages him in a kiss. Back at the hospital, Tyra visits Jason, sympathetic to the fallen star as his best friend, Tim, has yet to visit him. Iím sure the writers were considering having Tyra and Jason hook up, or make some sort of sign towards sexual interest, but wisely and thankfully, the writers avoided that clichť. It was simply two friends talking, and they handled it well.
Off the field, the team is taking a short break which means time to party while worrying about the upcoming big game with their rival team. New quarterback Voodoo is certainly making himself known as he decides to be, well, a jerk and change the music at a party with his fellow football mates. I think itís a bit much for someone like him, completely new to feel so comfortable, or actually, arrogant that he could just walk up and change the music in front of people heís just getting to know. He seems too one note for me, but perhaps heíll change over time. Iím guessing not.
FNL is doing a great job establishing characters in this ensemble cast. No one really seems left out as this week gave us a better glimpse at Trya, and especially Matt. Hereís a young guy who has a lot on his plate. His father is in Iraq, his grandmother, who he takes care of, has dementia and the position of quarterback which he only had for about two minutes is now in the hands of Voodoo.
Feeling pressure from his teammates after their rival team vandalized their lockers; Matt joins up with his colleagues for a little payback. This of course gets Matt into trouble, leading beating from the rivals and then jail time. Taylor picks him up with Julie in the car, his potential love interest. Taylor is the perfect male figure Matt needs right now.
Kyle Chandler does a terrific job playing the father figure to his team. Each one, he has a relationship with, to some degree and they all feel genuine. Almost as if both Kyle and Taylor care for these kids. Thatís what we call great writing and acting, a wonderful combo in the hands of FNL.
As part of the tradition, the Coach must throw a party for the team at his house, a tradition Taylor is clearly not too fond of. At the last minute he tells Tami, and the two get into a heated conversation. Connie and Kyle work well off each other. Their relationship is one of the best TV couples on television today, and is without a doubt one of the strengths of the series. While a not a great episode, it still proved one fact, FNL needs more attention than it is receiving according to the ratings. An excellent series.
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