what happened to tyra in friday night lights

Similarly, Tyra Colette is going to college. No, she isn't in a school yet, but her arc in this episode was the one that felt the most like the. Julie turns to her mother when an accident happens involving Tyra's mother, Brooke Langton, Taylor Kitsch, and Jae Head in Friday Night Lights (2006). Tim and Tyra didn't end up together at the end of Friday Night Lights, but the finale left open the possibility that the two would eventually.

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Tyra Collette

Tyra Collette
First appearance"Pilot"
(episode 1.01)
Last appearance"Always"
(episode 5.13)
Portrayed byAdrianne Palicki
OccupationWaitress and High School Student (season 1–3)
College Student at the University of Texas at Austin (season 4- )
FamilyAngela Collette (mother)
Mindy Collette-Riggins (sister)
Billy Riggins (brother-in-law)
Steven Riggins (nephew)
Twins (nieces/nephews; ambiguous)
Significant otherTim Riggins (ex-boyfriend; boyfriend; ambiguous)
Landry Clarke (ex-boyfriend)
Cash (ex-boyfriend)

Tyra Collette is a character in the NBC/DirecTV drama Friday Night Lights, portrayed by actress Adrianne Palicki.[1]

Character biography[edit]

Tyra is a resident of the fictional Dillon, Texas. She works at Applebee's and lives with her mother and older sister, who is a stripper. Little is known about her absent father. Initially the girlfriend of Tim Riggins, she spends most of the series actively hating Dillon, football, and the Dillon Panthers.

Season one[edit]

At the beginning of season one, Tyra is dating Tim Riggins despite publicly flirting with Brian "Smash" Williams. She eventually dumps Tim, but is still devastated when she learns he slept with his best friend's girlfriend, Lyla Garrity.

After witnessing her mother's abuse at the hands of her boyfriend, Tyra encourages her mother to get a job and become independent. She secures an interview for her mother through Tim Riggins, who calls in a favor with Buddy Garrity. However, her mother and Buddy begin an affair and her mother is let go from her job when Buddy decides to end the affair.

Tyra also strikes up a friendship with Julie Taylor. While the Taylors initially object to the friendship because Tyra's sister, Mindy, is a stripper and they fear Tyra is a bad influence, Tami Taylor changes her mind after she sees Tyra cleaning up after her drunk mother. Tami encourages Tyra to focus on school and getting into college.

Tyra is assaulted by a stranger while waiting to meet Landry Clarke to study. She asks Landry to keep the assault a secret, trying to minimize its severity. However, encouraged by Matt to tell someone, Landry goes to Tami Taylor, who in turn convinces Tyra to file a police report. She is severely shaken after the attempted rape and becomes much closer to Landry.

Season two[edit]

In season two, Tyra is stalked and attacked for a second time by the same man in season one. Landry kills her attempted rapist and the two dispose of the body together after first attempting to save him. For a while, the two are constantly nervous and scared that the police will discover the body and they will go to jail. They begin a brief relationship, though Tyra eventually leaves him at the request of Landry's father, a town police officer, after the police decide not to bring charges against Landry. Tyra remains confused by the intensity of her feelings for Landry, keeping him at arm's length until another girl shows interest in him.

Season three[edit]

In season three, Tyra becomes dispirited after learning that despite the hard work she put into her last two years of school, her GPA is still too low to get her into most colleges. Tyra spends most of the season alternating between thinking that her situation is hopeless and trying hard to remain on top of her academic career. She eventually runs off for a few weeks with a cowboy named Cash. In Dallas, he turns abusive after she discovers he has a gambling problem.

After refocusing on her education, she is wait-listed at the University of Texas and is eventually offered a place there. She ends the season in a relationship with Landry after they reconnect after he helps her with her SATs. While thinking of what to write for her college essay, she confesses to Landry that she has been angry and bitter over her dysfunctional family life and "had enough hate in my heart to start a freaking car". Her perception changed after watching Jason Street, the Panthers' "All-American" golden boy who has everything Tyra does not – loving parents, close friends, and the chance to go to college – lose his dreams of playing college football in a single play and it makes her realize that life "isn't fair for anybody" regardless of background and status.[2]

Season four[edit]

Tyra is absent from season 4, presumably spending her time at the University of Texas. She is mentioned by Landry briefly in one episode when she fails to meet him at their designated meeting spot, when he decides to completely give up on a relationship with her.

Season five[edit]

Tyra spends most of season 5 at the University of Texas, and returns to Dillon near the end of the season to help out Mindy and her mother with Stevie and the impending twins. She drops in on Tim unexpectedly who is now working at Buddy's, much to his delight. Toward the end of the season, she tells him that "she's been in love with him since they were five years old." Tim seems to acknowledge this, and it is plausible they end up back together. She also re-connects with Julie and celebrates Julie and Matt Saracen's engagement with Tim.

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It’s been a few weeks and I’ve been doing a lot of watching, especially with Spring Break so I’m going to try to catch up…

Up to this point in the season, there has been an incredible amount of drama, and it just continues. Here are some high points from episodes 5, 6, 7, and 8.

Episode 5:
–  Lyla and Tim continue their relationship behind Jason’s back and Lyla places the blame on Tim.
– Voodoo’s presence is continually felt throughout the episode. It becomes clear that he only chose this team because he felt that he could get recognized for a scholarship by helping the team win state.
– Tyra works at Applebee’s (the product placement continues…) and meets a guy there.
– Jason’s rehab continues and his roommate in the rehab facility puts things into perspective. He says, “Its all relative,” which Jason takes to heart.
– The tension between Coach Taylor and his offensive coordinator continues to build. Their thoughts on the game plan for Friday’s game are really different, especially when looking at the two quarterbacks.
– Matt Saracen doesn’t end up getting the start for the game – they give it to Voodoo. The team isn’t happy about it. Voodoo ends up going against Coach Taylor’s play calling and is pulled from the game. Saracen comes in and wins the game with the help of his loyal teammates.
– After the game, the tide completely changes. It goes from a high to a low in just one moment. Voodoo’s eligibility to play comes out and it is possible that the team could lose the game because of it.

Episode 6:
– This episode begins with a fight between a non-football player and a guy on the team. This sets the tone for the entire episode.
– Lyla goes to Jason’s rehab facility and they try to get intimate – doesn’t work out.
– Tim becomes a complication in Lyla’s relationship with Jason, but she tells him that it is over. Tyra still wants Tim, but he is stuck on Lyla. 
– The fight from the beginning of the episode escalates. The football player (Reyes) ends up in jail, but claims that the fight began because of a racist slur, which was not true.
– Tim finally goes to visit Jason and Jason tells him that his “grace period is over.” Jason needs Tim to be his best friend.
– Matt Saracen becomes conflicted about his old friends like Landry and his new friends on the team, since it is one of his old friends that Reyes fought and supposedly called him a “wetback.” He is also working on trying to get together with Coach Taylor’s daughter, Julie which is incredibly awkward but so fun to watch.
– Coach apologizes to the kid that got beat up and afterwards, Saracen tells the coach what really happened since he was there. Reyes gets cut from the team, even though he was one of their best defensive players.
– Jason sees Tim and Lyla embrace (it was a pretty nice hug) and starts to wonder about his best friend and his girlfriend.

Episode 7:
– This is the Homecoming episode and it begins with a Homecoming rally. Homecoming means lots of alumni support.
– Lyla confronts Tim about his drinking and Tim considers giving it up for her.
– Coach Taylor asks Jason to go to the Homecoming game and he leads the team out on the field.
– Tyra plans an anti-Homecoming event with Tim’s older brother that will have strippers (her sister is one) and lots of booze.
– “Smash” learns about Grady Smith’s Hot 100 list, which will help him get into Texas and he starts to freak out – he is getting inside his own head and doesn’t play well at all at the game.
– Tim comes through at the Homecoming game and makes a speech after the game talking about “one team, one heart” and gives the game ball to Jason.
– Matt Saracen finally gets the guts to ask out Julie Taylor.
– “Smash” is told by Grady Smith that he needs to be bigger so “Smash” finds a way, steroids.

Episode 8:
– Tyra and Tim reconnect in the grocery store, while Jason asks Lyla if there was anything between her and Tim – she lies.
– “Smash” lies to his mom while asking for $1200; he needs the money for steroids, but says that it is for a SAT course. His mom tells the church and they pull together the money for him, which makes him feel really guilty.
– “Smash” also gets a job with Matt Saracen. He doesn’t quite get the hang of having a job and gives a girl a free scoop of ice cream.
– Coach Taylor goes to visit Jason; it is still apparent that he is somewhat a mentor to Jason.
– Since Julie said yes to Matt’s date, Julie and her dad (Coach Taylor) have a conversation about dating. It was a heartwarming moment.
– Tim and Lyla go to Jason’s scrimmage in wheelchair basketball; they sit together and this angers Jason enough to elevate his game.
– After the game, Jason yells at Tim and Lyla. He punches Tim in the face and breaks up with Lyla.

Now its time for my thoughts and questions:

Each one of these episodes focused on several of the loose ends that began in the previous episodes. Some get tied up, while others do not. It was really interesting that Voodoo just made a short appearance in the show. He was there to help bring the team together under the leadership of Matt Saracen at quarterback. Matt has slowly become one of my favorite characters. I really like how awkward he is and his best friend Landry is great comic relief in every episode. I’m really happy that he finally got the nerve to ask out Julie and I hope that relationship works out. I was also really happy that Jason finally found out about Lyla and Tim because that whole storyline really bothered me. After this group of episodes I really found myself not liking Lyla, but really liking Tim, which I think is really odd. It will be interesting to see how Lyla takes no longer being Jason’s girlfriend and whether their relationship is really over. It will also be interesting to see if Tim and Lyla try to make something work since there was obviously something there. Perhaps the rumor mill of high school will work against them though and they won’t work out even if they try.

Throughout these first eight episodes I have really developed a connection to these characters which I think speaks highly of this show. Television shows are based on the characters and they are what drive the show from week to week. Coach Taylor is the rock of the show and Kyle Chandler plays the role incredibly well. I never thought that he would be the character that I would tune in to watch, but he really is. He is the voice of reason in every episode and brings continuity to the show. The relationship that he has with his wife is genuine and they work so well as a team. As a coach, he works with his players to better their lives – it is not just about football. At this point in the season, I am really looking forward to the rest of the episodes and have been really pleasantly surprised by the fact that this show is truly about more than just football.

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Friday Night Lightsis finally on Netflix which means it's the perfect time to revisit our favorite football town as they fight their way to a title. But there are a bunch of behind-the-scenes moments that would surprise even the biggest FNL superfans as they rewatch the series. Think you know everything that went down during filming? Or just looking for some brand new info that could change the series as you know it?

Here are some fun trivia facts about Friday Night Lights:

1. Before Coach Taylor, there was Ben Affleck. In 1993, NBC premiered a new drama called Against the Grain, based on Buzz Bissinger’s Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team, and a Dream, published three years prior. The show starred 21-year-old Ben and Robyn Lively (Blake’s sister). Earlier this year, Robyn posted an epic throwback featuring Ben, his puffy hair, and the show that only ran for eight episodes.

2. Lindsay Lohan almost joined the cast. In an alternative universe, we would've seen the Freaky Friday star play Tyra Collette. Instead, she decided to pass to focus on her film career.

3. Taylor Kitsch was not sober during his audition for Tim Riggins. Scott Porter (Jason Street) described Taylor’s audition tape perfectly in 2013: “The camera turns on and you just see a leg. Then you see Kitsch sit back in a chair and he just looks into the camera. There’s a tall-boy next to him and he reaches down, grabs it, puts it on one leg, cracks it open with one hand, drinks the whole tall-boy, puts it down, grabs the second one, cracks it open with one hand and goes [in Canadian accent] ‘This is Taylor Kitsch, reading for Riggins.’ And then he begins the scene by the pool where he says ‘Texas forever’ for the first time.” Chills.

Taylor also had a pretty good account of his audition tape: "I brought in a cooler, put a big, black blanket behind me, and my agent filmed it. I found this Texas beer — Lone Star beer — and I was chugging those, just in my introduction."

4. Minka Kelly originally read for the role of Tyra Collette. But producers told her she was better as a sweet girl. (Sorry, Tyra). Minka was also told to read her lines as if she was on heroin. After her repackaged performance, Peter Berg told her, “No, no, that’s coke.”

5. Jason Street is based on David Edwards, an Austin-born high school football player who was paralyzed from the neck down after an injury in 2003. David died three days shy of his 21st birthday in 2008 following complications related to pneumonia. Scott Porter never got to meet him in person but met his father. “David was just a light,” Scott told Vanity Fair in 2009. “It was heartbreaking when we lost him.”

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6. Kyle Chandler’s real-life hangover gave him Coach Taylor’s job. As Peter Berg recalled in a 2011 roundtable with Grantland, “He rode up on a motorcycle. He’d been drinking for two days with his buddies. He had a beard and bags under his eyes. He was clearly hung-over as shit. I was really surprised, because I remembered him as this fresh-faced, boyish, charming young man. And here he was looking like one of the Baldwin brothers after a hard weekend … He looked like a mess, and I just said, ‘You look like a Texas high school football coach!’”

7. Connie Britton, who also had a role in the 2004 Friday Night Lights movie, took the job of Tami Taylor based on one major condition. According to Berg in the 2011 Grantland roundtable, Connie told producers she wasn’t going to spend “10 years sitting on a hard-wood bleacher getting splinters in my ass and cheering on Kyle Chandler.” They promised her a character with “dimension” and “a real voice.” They delivered.

8. To bond, the would-be Tami and Eric Taylor drove together from L.A. to Austin, where the show was filmed. Again, from Berg’s 2011 Grantland roundtable: “I said it was a horrible idea for multiple reasons. They ignored me. Connie dismissively told me she knew what she was doing and she didn’t need my advice. I was convinced they would be having some torrid affair by the time they reached Santa Fe and Kyle’s marriage would be over by the time they got to Austin. I was wrong about that, thank God.”

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9. Nearly every scene was shot in a real location and not a set. Which means you can go to the real-life sites that once hosted Riggins Rigs, The Landing Strip, and The Alamo Freeze. Bonus fun fact: The Alamo Freeze is actually Dairy Queen.

10. Not everyone was happy with filming the show in town. One player of the IRL Pflugerville team noted that the show's filming was a "huge distraction" and caused a senior pep rally to be canceled. Yeah, I would be kind of mad too, to be honest.

11. The natural FNL look you love so much happened because rehearsals did not exist in Dillon. As co-executive producer Jeffrey Reiner told The Chicago Tribune in 2007, “There’s nothing technical about our approach…In a regular TV show, actors have to hit their marks, and they rehearse, and they have to wait for the lighting. With our show, before you know it, we’re shooting. There’s no rehearsal. There are no marks. We have very minimal lighting…I’ll say, ‘I want a camera here and a camera here. The third camera—you surprise me.'"

12. Coach Taylor was super sick during his famous locker room speech at the season one State championships. As Connie Britton recalled at an ATX gathering in 2013, her on-screen better half had strep throat. “He was hallucinating and he was a big baby.” Says Kyle Chandler, “I had a cold that day, and I started feeling very strange, and by the time we got up there, I was a mess … I don’t remember much of that. I was just a mess.”

13. The Taylors were supposed to have a big season one sex scene. But Kyle Chandler ruined it. “Truthfully Kyle would get really embarrassed whenever we had to do any kissing at all,” Connie Britton said on Watch What Happens Live.“The second episode ever they wrote us a big sex scene that opened the episode and he was so uncomfortable with it and it was so terrible that it was cut out of the show and we never had a sex scene again for the rest of the history of Friday Night Lights.”

14. Landry and Street never spoke to each other in the show’s history. They did share one scene together, when Landry’s band Crucifictorious played a show. But no words were exchanged.

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15. Taylor Kitsch came up with Street’s nickname, “Six.” According to Scott Porter, the name wasn’t on the script. “That was Kitsch. When he walked into the hospital room in season one and finally come to see me for the first time? Instead of saying what was on the page, he said ‘Six’ and it stuck.’”

16. Kyle Chandler worked as a local volunteer firefighter during filming. He never talked about it on set, but he did find time to film a commercial asking for more volunteers.

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17. Tim and Billy’s house was gross AF. According to Taylor Kitsch in the Grantland roundtable, “It reeked. There was mold. The pool was filled with sludge.” One person even got sick and a doctor was called. “He was like, ‘You guys shouldn’t be shooting in this house.’”

18. The scene where Riggins and Street say good-bye in New York took 25 minutes to shoot because both actors were crying the whole time. I mean, I would take forever as well if it meant spending more time shooting with these guys.

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19. The Panthers and Lions shared the same physical building. That building was Del Valle field, right next to the Austin airport. The show painted one side red and one side blue to reflect team colors, according to AV Club. To make the Lions’ home field, a nearby baseball field was converted to a football variety and a gym was constructed to hide the Panthers’ bleachers.

20. Michael B. Jordan did his own Vince Howard stunts. “To be Vince in that moment was something that I’ll never forget,” he told The Hollywood Reporter of the gigantic State game in the series finale. “That day we had a record number of extras for the show on the set and it was packed. I will never forget that moment … I felt like I was a gladiator in the Coliseum.”

21. But Taylor Kitsch was the most athletic of them all. No real surprise here, but according to Taylor, it’s probably because of his 20-year hockey career in Canada. “It’s Riggs. That’s a piece of his character,” he said in the Grantland roundtable. “And I’m a physical cat, anyway. Maybe you get a bit carried away, but that’s what it’s about, you know?”

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22. Gracie Belle, who has, like, two lines, is actually played by triplets. Their names are Cailin, Madeline, and Jocelyn. Adorable.

23. Mindy’s pregnancy freakout was written by Kyle Chandler, who experienced something similar with his wife. According to Stacey Oristano, who plays Mindy, Kyle’s real-life interaction took place in his garage.

24. Tami and Eric Taylor were always meant to leave Dillon. Showrunner Jason Katims said he always envisioned the Taylors driving a car and leaving town. Of course, that shot never happened, but the flash-forward to Eric coaching in Philly and walking off the field with Tami was just as lovely.

25. A lot of the cast members worked together long after the show ended. If you're a huge TV fan, you might have seen the show's actors interact with each other on other series like Parenthood.

26. The show also shares the same universe as other NBC shows. Speaking of Parenthood, FNL also takes place in the same universe as the NBC hit About a Boy, which was all produced by Jason Katims. There was even a Parenthoodweb series featuring Jesse Plemons as Landry and the Crucifictorious

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Everything you need to know about "Friday Night Lights"

"Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose." These words, which Coach Taylor says to his football team right before they take the field, underscore the bittersweet premise of "Friday Night Lights" -- that even with vision and passion, well-meaning people still fail and flounder and fall apart. But the words also hint at the nuanced blend of realism and romanticism that make "Friday Night Lights" such a unique, unforgettable show. From wheelchair-bound injured quarterback Jason Street to entitled rising star J.D McCoy, from self-destructive wild boy Tim Riggins to earnest but reserved Matt Saracen, from Coach Taylor's wise but flustered wife, Tami, to their headstrong daughter Julie, the show explores how regular people pursue their dreams and sometimes sell those dreams short. The show offers up a road map of the heartbreaks and disappointments and injustices that lurk in small towns, but it also presents a glimpse of the redemption that can come from an old-fashioned mix of optimism and hard work.

Although "Friday Night Lights'" popularity suffered an almost career-ending injury in its second season when Tyra and Landry accidentally killed Tyra's attacker, then hid the guy's body in a river (typical high school high jinx!), the third and fourth seasons of the show (which premiered on DirecTV and then on NBC months later) matched the breathtaking sweetness and authenticity of the first.

Now that the fourth season is about to premiere on NBC (8 p.m. on Friday, May 7) it's the perfect time for those who abandoned the show a few years ago to get up to speed. Coach Taylor is faced with starting a whole new team from the rubble of the resurrected but underfunded East Dillon High School, and many of the show's original characters (Tyra, Jason Street, Smash Williams) have graduated high school and left the show. This leaves room for the introduction of a whole new slate of characters, from Vince, the troubled kid who also happens to have startling talent on the field, to Luke, the kid whose parents, unlike everyone else in the town, don't understand or support his decision to play football.

Even with the departure of some great characters, "Friday Night Lights" continues to present transfixing, dynamic episodes that, without fail, include at least one scene that will have you reaching for that box of tissues. Peter Berg, Buzz Bissinger, Jason Katims and the other writers encourage the actors to move around and improvise as needed in order to create scenes that feel spontaneous and electric enough to give you the chills. Sounds impossible, yes, but like "The Wire" or "Six Feet Under," you have to dive right in to understand what you've been missing.

SEASONS

Season 1

At the start of Season 1, we meet the new coach of Dillon High School's football team, Eric Taylor, and his wife, Tami. Immediately we see the intense pressure on Taylor, who's confronted by rabid football fans everywhere he goes in Dillon. During the first game of the season, star quarterback Jason Street is injured and sent to the hospital on a stretcher as a horrified crowd looks on. Jason can't move his legs, but his girlfriend, cheerleader Lyla Garrity, is sure that he'll recover if they both have faith in God. Meanwhile, Coach Taylor must turn to backup quarterback Matt Saracen, a soft-spoken, slightly geeky guy who lives with his grandmother while his father is away in Iraq. Matt practices throwing the ball with his buddy (and comic sidekick) Landry but it's unclear how he'll ever fill Street's shoes. Meanwhile, Street's best friend and teammate Tim Riggins finds himself falling for Lyla despite his better intentions. Brian "Smash" Williams, the star running back at Dillon, starts doing steroids so that he'll be recruited and will eventually be able to support his mother. Matt falls for Coach Taylor's daughter, Julie, despite her parents' protests.

Lyla's father, Buddy Garrity, a used car dealer and Dillon Panther booster, has an affair that's discovered by her mother. Buddy is thrown out of the house and moves in with Coach Taylor temporarily. Jason discovers that Lyla and Tim are involved, and he tries to move on with his life despite being confined to a wheelchair. Toward the end of the season, Coach Taylor is offered a job as quarterback coach at Texas Methodist University, a dream job for him, but his family has no interest in moving to Austin now that their lives are firmly established in Dillon. In the season finale, the Panthers win the state championship, and Tami springs the news on Coach Taylor that she's pregnant.

 Season 2

At the start of Season 2, Coach Taylor is working at TMU in Austin while his family is in Dillon, but he comes back to see Tami, who's in labor with their baby. Taylor's college position isn't really as satisfying as he might like, and eventually he quits to be closer to his family. Tyra and Landry accidentally kill Tyra's attacker when the man comes at them outside a gas station. They dump the body in the river at Tyra's urging, but they both walk around freaking out and regretting their decision for weeks after that, and eventually Landry confesses to the police. Somehow, they escape prosecution (and the show escapes this terrible sensationalistic subplot).

While Lyla gets involved with an evangelical Christian group and develops a crush on its charismatic young leader, Jason looks into experimental surgery in Mexico that might restore his movement in his legs, but the doctors look like scam artists and he doesn't go through with it. Meanwhile, the Dillon Panthers are struggling under their new coach. Eventually, Taylor is asked to replace him, but there's still trouble: Tim misses practice and is kicked off the team; Smash gets in a fight with a white teenager who's harassing his sister in a movie theater and recruiters start to look the other way, assuming he's a troublemaker. But he's not the only one who gets lost this season: Matt falls for his grandmother's nurse and the two have an affair until she decides to move away, and Jason discovers that he got a woman pregnant. At the end of the season, the Panthers fail to win a second state championship under Coach Taylor.

Season 3

Coach Taylor has a hard time deciding whether to start Matt or his new freshman quarterback, J.D. McCoy, a rich kid whose family moved to Dillon just so their son could play for the Panthers under Taylor. Matt starts for a while, but eventually his playing is too uneven so Taylor puts in J.D., much to his annoying father's delight. Smash is struggling with a knee injury and working at the Alamo Freeze full-time, thinking that his lifelong dreams of playing college football are about to die. But with some guidance from Coach Taylor, he starts to pull himself together, tries out for Texas A&M, and joins their team (and leaves the show). Tyra's told that she'll never get into college with her GPA, and she starts to blow off Landry in order to spend time with a cowboy named Cash, but by the end of the seasons she gets into the University of Texas (nice turnaround!) and leaves the show. Jason struggles with various get-rich-quick schemes and ultimately decides to leave Dillon for New York City to become a sports agent and spend time with his baby boy. Tim's ne'er-do-well brother gets engaged to Tyra's stripper sister, and Tim reunites with Lyla but she still has problems with his inability to take responsibility for his life. Matt isn't sure whether or not to allow his estranged mother back into his life, but eventually rebuilds a relationship with her. Matt considers moving to Chicago for art school but worries about leaving his grandmother behind. Despite having a great season, Taylor learns that there's talk of replacing him as coach, a movement led by J.D.'s meddling father, who wants his son's coach to take over Taylor's position.

CHARACTERS

Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler)

Coach Taylor epitomizes the bossy, bellowing coach that's also, sometimes reluctantly, a sensitive mentor. He's the pig-headed husband who's also, occasionally, a sweet and caring partner to his wife, Tami. Scenes between Eric and Tami are so genuine, perfectly encapsulating the dance between bickering and compromise and eye-rolling exasperation and kindness that makes up a marriage. Chandler has the perfect, natural Southern drawl to imbue Eric with believable Texan warmth, and the actor brings so much charisma mixed with bumbling awkwardness to this role that he steals every scene he's in.

Tami Taylor (Connie Britton)

Tami started out as the reluctant coach's wife, but she's far too independent and outspoken to play that role the way fans and boosters might expect her to. She began life in Dillon as the school's guidance counselor, but she becomes more ambitious over the years. She takes over as principal of Dillon High and tries to keep wealthy boosters from dictating how their money is spent (on a Jumbotron for the football field, for example) when the school needs new books and better pay for its teachers. Tami has guided Tyra and other students to improve their lives despite having very few role models to show them what's possible, but sometimes the stresses of the job are overwhelming for her, particularly with a baby at home. Britton brings Tami to life as a snappy loose cannon whose mix of easy confidence and vulnerability makes her impossible not to root for.

Julie Taylor (Aimee Teegarden)

Julie is the stubborn and occasionally rebellious daughter who has a good relationship with her parents, but sometimes clashes with both of them. Likewise, Julie alternates between wanting to follow her heart and make a relationship with Matt work, and thinking she's way too young to settle down.

Jason Street (Scott Porter)

Quarterback Jason's hopes and dreams were dashed when he was injured in the first game of the season his senior year. Although he was paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair, Jason's optimism and work ethic have seen him through some terrible times, and watching him rebuild his life without compromising his ideals has been one of the highlights of the show. Street leaves the show in the middle of its third season to become a sports agent and to be close to his young son in New York City.

Matt Saracen (Zach Gilford)

Matt Saracen is the second-string quarterback who was forced to take over once Street was injured. Matt lives with his grandmother because his dad is away in Iraq. He's been alienated from his mother, who left when he was younger, but rebuilds a relationship with her in Season 3. Matt is eminently likable -- there's something sweet and sad and lonely about him -- and he tends to lead the team to victory on the field through sheer force of will rather than raw talent. Hardly a "Rudy" type of pugnacious, happy-go-lucky team mascot, Matt sometimes seems depressed, and he's often at odds with the other members of the football team. At the start of Season 4, Matt has graduated from high school but he can't quite figure out what to do with his life.

Lyla Garrity (Minka Kelly)

Lyla was in love with Jason Street and never questioned anything in her life, and then Jason had his accident, she cheated on him with Tim Riggins, and her father and mother got divorced. She briefly dated a nice Christian boy who was very active in his evangelical church, but then found herself back with bad boy Tim again. She's never quite gotten over Tim, and she's with him at the start of the fourth season, but she's got major problems with his persistent inability to get his act together and get serious. Lyla isn't the most compelling character on "FNL" and Kelly may have been the show's weakest cast member in its first season, but her acting chops have improved dramatically since.

Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch)

Tim is the bad boy of the team and of the show. He's got a coy, Southern-boy swagger that seems to appeal to every woman he meets, from the thirtysomething mom who lives next door to him to Lyla to Tyra to many, many others. Tim is a good kid at heart and tends to rally around any well-meaning underdog no matter how unpopular he or she might be, but he's also got the self-sabotaging gene that makes him drink, engage in random crimes, and screw up big-time with clock-like regularity. Just when things are starting to look up for Tim, he messes it up. This makes him one of the most repetitive and predictable characters on the show, but thanks to that swagger, we don't mind so much.

Tyra Collette (Adrienne Palicki)

Tyra is the female version of Tim -- wild, irreverent, sly -- but she's troubled by her mother's erratic behavior and her sister's job at the strip club. Thanks to some encouragement from Tami, she tries to do a little better in school so she can break out of Dillon and pursue a real career beyond stripping or waiting tables. At the end of Season 3, Tyra is accepted to the University of Texas at Austin.

Brian "Smash" Williams (Gaius Charles)

Smash is that odd blend of passionate and self-aggrandizing that you often find in athletes; he has an insatiable hunger for victory and loads of talent, but that same hunger can lead him to make bad choices in his personal life. Smash is at once infuriating and heartbreaking: He has a close relationship with his mother and tries hard not to disappoint her. Underneath his bravado we see, time and again, that he simply wants to do right by his family and make enough money to take care of his mother. His mom just wants him to be happy, above all else. Not surprisingly, Smash and his mom are responsible for some of the most tear-jerking moments of the show. After experiencing a bunch of major setbacks in his quest to land a football scholarship at a powerhouse school, Smash departs in Season 3 to join the football team at Texas A&M.

Landry Clarke (Jesse Plemons)

Landry is just Matt Saracen's sidekick until the second season, when his crush and subsequent relationship with Tyra lead him down a twisted path indeed. While their fantastical murder subplot was widely blamed for wrecking the show, his alternately stunned, stoical and panicked response to the pressure of his and Tyra's crime always rang true. At the start of the fourth season, Landry is one of the only students who ends up at East Dillon High, and he becomes a kicker for the football team.

Buddy Garrity (Brad Leland)

Buddy is an alternately jolly and pitiable booster for the football team who's either rallying to Coach Taylor's side or screwing things up for him by applying too much pressure or voicing the sentiments of the booster/fan mob. In the first season, he has an ill-advised affair with Tyra's mother when she comes to work for him, and although he begs his wife for forgiveness, she dumps him and quickly remarries. Buddy always puts a chipper face on things, but he has a hard time finding his footing in the wake of his divorce.

J.D. McCoy (Jeremy Sumpter)

The classic entitled rich kid, J.D. starts out vaguely sympathetic as the talented quarterback son of an overbearing overachiever dad, but during the fourth season, J.D. replaces his humility with contempt for other kids. J.D. is easy to dislike, particularly in contrast to the unassuming sweetness of Matt Saracen.

Vince Howard (Michael B. Jordan)

New in the fourth season, Vince is a troubled kid who's forced to choose between juvenile detention and football. Although he's inexperienced and his home life is a wreck, we see immediately how Howard will benefit from some mentoring from Coach Taylor.

Why was the first season of this show so good?

Well, if you watch the show you can see immediately what makes it so different from other shows: The camera moves around a lot and the actors improvise their lines around a general theme, resulting in strange, stuttered dialogue that feels a little more authentic than the dialogue on most typical dramas. Beyond those two obvious style choices, there were a bunch of great decisions that contributed to the show's quality straight out of the gate: The cinematography was always fantastic, the music selections were great but not too obtrusive, and each episode offered a new angle on the town of Dillon, its people, its high school kids and their football team. Most of all, though, the show had obvious heart and soul. It's hard to quantify that sort of thing, of course, but it was apparent in every scene. The emotional center of each scene was always explored more thoroughly than any plot device or gimmick.

Why was the second season of this show so bad?

The second season wasn't horrible overall, but the subplot with Tyra and Landry throwing a dead body into the river was really, truly terrible for a number of reasons: 1) It went against the entire premise of the show -- ordinary people, struggling against ordinary circumstances, 2) the scenes in question were neither all that well performed or that compelling despite their sensational nature, 3) the attempt to try to make covering up a murder appear to be an understandable mistake that any well-intentioned teenager could make not only failed, but it was a really bad choice to even try to pull this off in the first place. Unfortunately, instead of accidentally killing Tyra's stalker, Tyra and Landry almost accidentally killed one of the most promising dramas on TV in its sophomore season.

Why should I watch this show after it sank so low?

Even the second season was worth watching, as long as you tried to ignore the bad scenes. And ever since that mistake, the writers have remained totally focused on stories that feel organic and authentic and don't stray too far outside of the realm of regular folks. This is the strength of a show like "Friday Night Lights," after all -- instead of trotting out the most gruesome crimes or most horrific surgeries, this show traffics in the hopes of everyday people. On top of that, the fourth season is new in so many ways -- new characters, new situations -- that it won't take that much work to catch up at this point, and the payoff is a truly original drama (which I don't need to remind you is painfully rare on the small screen at this particular moment).

I don't watch football at all. Why would I want to watch a show about football?

"Friday Night Lights" isn't a show about football. While there are episodes, every now and then, that focus on a game, most of the time games are quick and dirty affairs that have everything to do with the plot of that particular show. For example, when Coach Taylor begins his new job at East Dillon High at the start of Season 4, we can see he has his work cut out for him with these ramshackle facilities, this brown scrubby field, these undisciplined, untrained kids. Yes, we've seen this story before elsewhere, but the show's writers take it and make it all new for us, so much so that, by the time the first game rolls around, we're dying to see how these kids will fare. The game serves as the personification of the challenges that the show's characters are facing. That said, there's not a lot of football on the show, all things considered. What matters far more than football, to these writers, is capturing the thrills and disappointments of high school, how all of your ups and downs feel so dramatic and important in that setting. This show manages to reveal high school as more than a punch line or a battlefield; it's a place where young people find themselves, really, and align themselves with each other (and against each other) based on what they find. 

Источник: https://www.salon.com/2010/05/01/friday_night_lights_explainer/

If you're still cheering for the Dillon Panthers while marathoning Friday Night Lights on Netflix, you may want to sit down. When we caught up with three FNL stars—Stacey Oristano (Mindy Riggins), Derek Phillips (Billy Riggins), and Adrianne Palicki (Tyra Collette)—at the ATX Television Festival, they pitched two big spin-offs—and one is closer to happening than you'd think.

This is a big reunion for you all. What was the first thing you did when you saw one another?

Adrianne: We actually see each other in L.A. all the time, but this is even better.

Derek: This is an excuse to see each other where we used to hang out.

Adrianne: Aw, where we all became friends.

Derek: It feels like a high school reunion.

Where would your characters be now, in 2015?

Derek: Billy might be in a grave—I don't know. [Laughs]

Adrianne: I think Tyra is literally following in the footsteps of Tami Taylor. I think she's counseling at some big college, and she might be married to Tim Riggins, who is a football coach somewhere. They are literally the same couple as Tami and Eric.

If they were to make a Friday Night Lights spin-off with that plot, would you do it? Taylor Kitsch is a little busy right now…

Adrianne: He's kinda busy on that small TV show. That thing about detectives? [Laughs]

Derek: Sounds vaguely familiar...

Would you bring everyone back?

Adrianne: Everyone would have to come back.

Derek: They better!

Stacey: Today I pitched my spin-off to Marta Kauffman, who created Friends. It's called Riggins! and it's me and Billy. We have 10 kids, we live in an apartment in New York City next to Landry, and it's multi-cam. Marta was like, "I'm in!" She's gonna write it. I can die happy.

Derek: Don't say that because they're going to put it in print and they'll think it's real!

Stacey: Marta says she's in, guys!

Adrianne: And her sister has to drop in, obviously.

Stacey: You're there all the time! You and Tim visit.

Derek: Half-hour, multi-cam, laugh track. Done.

Источник: https://www.glamour.com/story/a-friday-night-lights-spin-off

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Tyra Collette

Tyra Collette
First appearance"Pilot"
(episode 1.01)
Last appearance"Always"
(episode 5.13)
Portrayed byAdrianne Palicki
OccupationWaitress and High School Student (season 1–3)
College Student at the University of Texas at Austin (season 4- )
FamilyAngela Collette (mother)
Mindy Collette-Riggins (sister)
Billy Riggins (brother-in-law)
Steven Riggins (nephew)
Twins (nieces/nephews; ambiguous)
Significant otherTim Riggins (ex-boyfriend; boyfriend; ambiguous)
Landry Clarke (ex-boyfriend)
Cash (ex-boyfriend)

Tyra Collette is a character in the NBC/DirecTV drama Friday Night Lights, portrayed by actress Adrianne Palicki.[1]

Character biography[edit]

Tyra is a resident of the fictional Dillon, Texas. She works at Applebee's and lives with her mother and older sister, who is a stripper. Little is known about her absent father. Initially the girlfriend of Tim Riggins, she spends most of the series actively hating Dillon, football, and the Dillon Panthers.

Season one[edit]

At the beginning of season one, Tyra is dating Tim Riggins despite publicly flirting with Brian "Smash" Williams. She eventually dumps Tim, but is still devastated when she learns he slept with his best friend's girlfriend, Lyla Garrity.

After witnessing her mother's abuse at the hands of her boyfriend, Tyra encourages her mother to get a job and become independent. She secures an interview for her mother through Tim Riggins, who calls in a favor with Buddy Garrity. However, her mother and Buddy begin an affair and her mother is let go from her job when Buddy decides to end the affair.

Tyra also strikes up a friendship with Julie Taylor. While the Taylors initially object to the friendship because Tyra's sister, Mindy, is a stripper and they fear Tyra is a bad influence, Tami Taylor changes her mind after she sees Tyra cleaning up after her drunk mother. Tami encourages Tyra to focus on school and getting into college.

Tyra is assaulted by a stranger while waiting to meet Landry Clarke what happened to tyra in friday night lights study. She asks Landry to keep the assault a secret, trying to minimize its severity. However, encouraged by Matt to tell someone, Landry goes to Tami Taylor, who in turn convinces Tyra to file a police report. She is severely shaken after the attempted rape and becomes much closer to Landry.

Season two[edit]

In season two, Tyra is stalked and attacked for a second time by the same man in season one. Landry kills her attempted rapist and the two dispose of the body together after first attempting to save him. For a while, the two are constantly nervous and scared that the police will discover the body and they will go to jail. They begin a brief relationship, though Tyra eventually leaves him at the request of Landry's father, a town police officer, after the police decide not to bring charges against Landry. Tyra remains confused by the intensity of her feelings for Landry, keeping him at arm's length until another girl shows interest in him.

Season three[edit]

In season three, Tyra becomes dispirited after learning that despite the hard work she put into her last two years of school, her GPA is still key bank near me open now low to get her into most colleges. Tyra spends most of the season alternating between thinking that her situation is hopeless and trying hard to remain on top of her academic career. She eventually runs off for a few weeks with a cowboy named Cash. In Dallas, he turns abusive after she discovers he has a gambling problem.

After refocusing on her education, she is wait-listed at the University of Texas and is eventually offered a place there. She ends the season in a relationship with Landry after they reconnect after he helps her with her SATs. While thinking of what to write for her college essay, she confesses to Landry that she has been angry and bitter over her dysfunctional family life and "had enough hate in my heart to start a freaking car". Her perception changed after watching Jason Street, the Panthers' "All-American" golden boy who has everything Tyra what happened to tyra in friday night lights not – loving what happened to tyra in friday night lights, close friends, and the chance to go to college – lose his dreams of playing college football in a single play and it makes her realize that life "isn't fair for anybody" regardless of background and status.[2]

Season four[edit]

Tyra is absent from season 4, presumably spending her time at the University of Texas. She is mentioned by Landry briefly in one episode when she fails to meet him at their designated meeting spot, when he decides to completely give up on a relationship with her.

Season five[edit]

Tyra spends most of season 5 at the University of Texas, and returns to Dillon near the end of the season to help out Mindy and her mother with Stevie and the impending twins. She drops in on Tim unexpectedly who is now working at Buddy's, much to his delight. Toward the end of the season, she tells him that "she's been in love with him since they were five years old." What happened to tyra in friday night lights seems to acknowledge this, and it is plausible they end up back together. She also re-connects with Julie and celebrates Julie and Matt Saracen's engagement with Tim.

References[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyra_Collette
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What happens to Tim Riggins in Season 5?

In the episode, "Don't Go", Tim's parole hearing takes place with Billy, Coach Taylor, and Buddy Garrity all speaking on Tim's behalf. Tim is released from prison and over the next few episodes, tries to figure out what he will do with his life.

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Consequently, does Tim Riggins come back in Season 5?

Tim is seen briefly in jail at the beginning of the first episode of season five, and returns in the final four episodes of the series.

Furthermore, do Tyra and Tim end up together? But the only wholly unforgivable show development took place during the series finale, which heavily implied that Tyra Collette (Adrianne Palicki) ended up with Tim Riggins (Taylor Kitsch), after she seems to agree that they can “merge” their dreams together.

Herein, who does Lyla end up with in Friday Night Lights?

Season 1. In the pilot episode, Lyla is introduced as the girlfriend of star quarterback, Jason Street. After Jason's accident, she has an affair with Tim Riggins, his best friend, while Jason is in the hospital.

Does Tim Riggins get married?

Tim Riggins is married to Tyra and coaching the Dillon Panthers, according to Adrianne Palicki.

Источник: https://askinglot.com/what-happens-to-tim-riggins-in-season-5

If you're still cheering for the Dillon Panthers while marathoning Friday Night Lights on Netflix, you may want to sit down. When we caught up with three FNL stars—Stacey Oristano (Mindy Riggins), Derek Phillips (Billy Riggins), and Adrianne Palicki (Tyra Collette)—at the ATX What happened to tyra in friday night lights Festival, they pitched two big spin-offs—and one is closer to happening than you'd think.

This is a big reunion for you all. What was the first thing you did when you saw one another?

Adrianne: We actually see each other in L.A. all the time, but this is even better.

Derek: This is an excuse to see each other where we used to hang out.

Adrianne: Aw, where we all became friends.

Derek: It feels like a high school reunion.

Where would your characters be now, in 2015?

Derek: Billy might be in a grave—I don't know. [Laughs]

Adrianne: I think Tyra is literally following in the footsteps of Tami Taylor. I think she's counseling at some big college, and she might be married to Tim Riggins, who is a football coach somewhere. They are literally the same couple as Tami and Eric.

If they were to make a Friday Night Lights spin-off with that plot, would you do it? Taylor Kitsch is a little busy right now…

Adrianne: He's kinda busy on that small TV show. That thing about detectives? [Laughs]

Derek: Sounds vaguely familiar.

Would you bring everyone back?

Adrianne: Everyone would have to come back.

Derek: They better!

Stacey: Today I pitched my spin-off to Marta Kauffman, who created Friends. It's called Riggins! and it's me and Billy. We have 10 kids, we live in an apartment in New York City next to Landry, and it's multi-cam. Marta was like, "I'm in!" She's gonna write it. I can die happy.

Derek: Don't say that because they're going to put it in print and they'll think it's real!

Stacey: Marta says she's in, guys!

Adrianne: And her sister has to drop in, obviously.

Stacey: You're there all the time! You and Tim visit.

Derek: Half-hour, multi-cam, laugh track. Done.

Источник: https://www.glamour.com/story/a-friday-night-lights-spin-off

It’s been a few weeks and I’ve been doing a lot of watching, especially with Spring Break so I’m going to try to catch up…

Up to this point in the season, there has been an incredible amount of drama, and it just continues. Here are some high points from episodes 5, 6, 7, and 8.

Episode 5:
–  Lyla and Tim continue their relationship behind Jason’s back and Lyla places the blame on Tim.
– Voodoo’s presence is continually felt throughout the episode. It becomes clear that he only chose this team because he felt that he could get recognized for a scholarship by helping the team win state.
– Tyra works at Applebee’s (the product placement continues…) and meets a guy there.
– Jason’s rehab continues and his roommate in the rehab facility puts things into perspective. He says, “Its all relative,” which Jason takes to heart.
– The tension between Coach Taylor and his offensive coordinator continues to build. Their thoughts on the game plan for Friday’s game are really different, especially when looking at the two quarterbacks.
– Matt Saracen doesn’t end up getting the start for the game – they give it to Voodoo. The team isn’t happy about it. Voodoo ends up going against Coach Taylor’s play calling and is pulled from the game. Saracen comes in and wins the game with the help of his loyal teammates.
– After the game, the tide completely changes. It goes from a high to a low in just one moment. Voodoo’s eligibility to play comes out and it is possible that the team could lose the game because of it.

Episode 6:
– This episode begins with a fight between a non-football player and a guy on the team. This sets the tone for the entire episode.
– Lyla goes to Jason’s rehab facility and they try to get intimate – doesn’t work out.
– Tim becomes a complication in Lyla’s relationship with Jason, but she tells him that it is over. Tyra still wants Tim, but he is stuck on Lyla. 
– The fight from the beginning of the episode escalates. The football player (Reyes) ends up in jail, but claims that the fight began because of a racist slur, which was not true.
– Tim finally goes to visit Jason and Jason tells him that his “grace period is over.” Jason needs Tim to be his best friend.
– Matt Saracen becomes conflicted about his old friends like Landry and his new friends on the team, since it is one of his old friends that Reyes fought and supposedly called him a “wetback.” He is also working on trying to get together with Coach Taylor’s daughter, Julie which is incredibly awkward but so fun to watch.
– Coach apologizes to the kid that got beat up and afterwards, Saracen tells the coach what really happened since he was there. Reyes gets cut from the team, even though he was one of their best defensive players.
– Jason sees Tim and Lyla embrace (it was a pretty nice hug) and starts to wonder about his best friend and his girlfriend.

Episode 7:
– This is the Homecoming episode and it begins with a Homecoming rally. Homecoming means lots of alumni support.
– Lyla confronts Tim about his drinking and Tim considers giving it up for her.
– Coach Taylor asks Jason to go to the Homecoming game and he leads the team out on the field.
– Tyra plans an anti-Homecoming event with Tim’s older brother that will have strippers (her sister is one) and lots of booze.
– “Smash” learns about Grady Smith’s Hot 100 list, which will help him get into Texas and he starts to freak out – he is getting inside his own head and doesn’t play well at all at the game.
– Tim comes through at the Homecoming game and makes a speech after the game talking about “one team, one heart” and gives the game ball to Jason.
– Matt Saracen finally gets the guts to ask out Julie Taylor.
– “Smash” is told by Grady Smith that he needs to be bigger so “Smash” finds a way, steroids.

Episode 8:
– Tyra and Tim reconnect in the grocery store, while Jason asks Lyla if there was anything between her and Tim – she lies.
– “Smash” lies to his mom while asking for $1200; he needs the money for steroids, but says that it is for a SAT course. His mom tells the church and they pull together the money for him, which makes him feel really guilty.
– “Smash” also gets a job with Matt Saracen. He doesn’t quite get the hang of having a job and gives a girl a free scoop of ice cream.
– Coach Taylor goes to visit Jason; it is still apparent that he is somewhat a mentor to Jason.
– Since Julie said yes to Matt’s date, Julie and her dad (Coach Taylor) have a conversation about dating. It was a heartwarming moment.
– Tim and Lyla go to Jason’s scrimmage in wheelchair basketball; they sit together and this angers Jason enough to elevate his game.
– After the game, Jason yells at Tim and Lyla. He punches Tim in the face and breaks up with Lyla.

Now its time for my thoughts and questions:

Each one of these episodes focused on several of the loose ends that began in the previous episodes. Some get tied up, while others do not. It was really interesting that Voodoo just made a short appearance in the show. He was there to help bring the team together under the leadership of Matt Saracen at quarterback. Matt has slowly become one of my favorite characters. I really like how awkward he is and his best friend Landry is great comic relief in every episode. I’m really happy that he finally got the nerve to ask out Julie and I hope what happened to tyra in friday night lights relationship works out. I was also really happy that Jason finally found out about Lyla and Tim because that whole storyline really bothered me. After this group of episodes I really found myself not liking Lyla, but really liking Tim, which I think is really odd. It will be interesting to see how Lyla takes no longer being Jason’s girlfriend and whether their relationship is really over. It will also be interesting to see if Tim and Lyla try to make something work since there was obviously something there. Perhaps the rumor mill of high school will work against them though and they won’t work out even if they try.

Throughout these first eight episodes I have really developed a connection to these characters which I think speaks highly of this show. Television shows are based on the characters and they are what what happened to tyra in friday night lights the show from week to week. Coach Taylor is the rock of the show and Kyle Chandler plays the role incredibly well. I never thought that he would be the character that I would tune in to watch, but he really is. He is the voice of reason in every episode and brings continuity to the show. The relationship that he has with his wife is genuine and what happened to tyra in friday night lights work so well as a team. As a coach, he works with his players to better their lives – it is not just about football. At this point in the season, I am really looking forward to the what happened to tyra in friday night lights of the episodes and what happened to tyra in friday night lights been really pleasantly what happened to tyra in friday night lights by the fact that this show is truly about more than just football.

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Why was Tyra so worried about college in season 1?

One of the more annoying/irritating things about the show was how it, and presumably the writers played around with the characters ages and what grades they were what happened to tyra in friday night lights. For instance Landry it turns out was a freshman in season one, yet he apparently is old enough to have a drivers license, since he has regular access to a car from the very first episode. Honestly the ages and various grades of the students area rabbit hole that you don't go into without a heater and some smelling salts.

That being said, I was never under the impression that anyone of the characters with the exception of Jason Street were seniors in season one, and in Street's case that was very clearly stated.

As for Tyra, I seriously don't know where you get the idea that she was a senior in season one. She never talked about being a senior, not even to Mrs. T And it wasn't her (Tyra's) desire/decision to try and bring her grades up in the first season, it was Tami, who told Tyra to come by and see her at school so they could look things over and make a plan. Tyra

Overall, Tyra wasn't worried about college in season one as much as she was worried about being stuck in Dillon for the rest of her life. It was Tami who started pushing the idea of college on her.

As for real life, my understanding is that colleges look at both your overall GPA and your grades from all four years of high school as well as extracurriculars and letters of recommendation.

answered Feb 2 '13 at 1:44

Источник: https://movies.stackexchange.com/questions/949/why-was-tyra-so-worried-about-college-in-season-1
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