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The podcast dedicated to Friday Night Lights. Each week after an episode of Friday Night Lights airs on television the guys break down each episode by talking through the major plot points, things that were funny, and things that just didn't make sense. Sprinkled with a blend of insight and humor, the podcast is the one you've been looking for.

The Friday Night Lights Podcast Blake Thompson

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 28 Ratings

The podcast dedicated to Friday Night Lights. Each week after an episode of Friday Night Lights airs on television the guys break down each episode by talking through the major plot points, things that were funny, and things that just didn't make sense. Sprinkled with a blend of insight and humor, the podcast is the one you've been looking for.

    FNL Awards – The Buddies!

    FNL Awards – The Buddies!

    For our first “post series” podcast we decided to take a stab our some of the Best & Worst of the entire series. And we decided to call them The Buddies in honor of (maybe) our favorite character, Buddy Garrity.

    We are sure that we probably left out a few things we should have included. So we’ll try to put up a few more categories and get some extra input on things. But we hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think.

    As always you can listen and and then leave feedback either here in the comments, by emailing at fnlpodcast@gmail.com, or by leaving a voice mail at 662-259-0185. You can also  comment by way of twitter: @FNLpodcast. Remember that you can download or play just below, or subscribe on iTunes by clicking here.

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    • 57 min
    5×13 :: Always

    5×13 :: Always

    As the lights finally went down on Dillon, TX our hearts were saddened. But all in all we were satisfied with how things wrapped up. In this episode of The Friday Night Lights Podcast, Lyle and Blake take a look at the final episode and how various story lines concluded. Some expected. Some a surprise.

    As always you can listen and and then leave feedback either here in the comments, by emailing at fnlpodcast@gmail.com, or by leaving a voice mail at 662-259-0185. You can also  comment by way of twitter: @FNLpodcast. Remember that you can download or play just below, or subscribe on iTunes by clicking here.

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    • 53 min
    5×12 :: Texas Whatever + Jeff Rosick (Buddy Jr.)

    5×12 :: Texas Whatever + Jeff Rosick (Buddy Jr.)

    It’s almost done. Only one more episode to go. But before we get to the last one Blake and Lyle discuss the 12th episode of the season called “Texas Whatever”.

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    • 59 min
    5×11 :: The March – Stacey Oristano Interview

    5×11 :: The March – Stacey Oristano Interview

    In this week’s podcast Blake and Lyle cover the eleventh episode of this season called “The March”. And we are treated with an interview with Stacey Oristano who plays Mindy Collette Riggins on Friday Night Lights.



    As always you can listen and and then leave feedback either here in the comments, by emailing at fnlpodcast@gmail.com, or by leaving a voice mail at 662-259-0185. You can also  comment by way of twitter: @FNLpodcast. Remember that you can download or play just below, or subscribe on iTunes by clicking here.

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    • 57 min
    5×10 :: Don’t Go – Plus interview with Angela Rawna

    5×10 :: Don’t Go – Plus interview with Angela Rawna

    In this episode of This Friday Night Lights Podcast the guys discuss the 10th episode of the season called, “Don’t Go” in which Coach Taylor faces big decisions regarding a possible move to a college head coaching position in sunny Florida. Vince confronts his dad about their pursuit of a football scholarship and Luke begins to take his future into consideration.

    We also have an interview with the talented Angela Rawna who plays Regina Howard, mother of Vince Howard. Angela has seen her character take a huge upward swing from when we were first introduced to her. During the interview she offers a unique perspective on working with the cast and crew of FNL as well as what she will take from her time with the show.

    As always you can listen and and then leave feedback either here in the comments, by emailing at fnlpodcast@gmail.com, or by leaving a voice mail at 662-259-0185. You can also  comment by way of twitter: @FNLpodcast. Remember that you can download or play just below, or subscribe on iTunes by clicking here.

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    Interview with FNL Director of Photography Todd McMullen

    Interview with FNL Director of Photography Todd McMullen

    Over the holidays I was able to connect with Todd McMullen who has been a part of the FNL crew since the pilot episode.  He has a very interesting take on how things have shaped up in Dillon, TX over the past five years.

    Listen to the interview and then let us know what you think.

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    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

StrikitRich ,

What a wonderful show

I just discovered Friday Night Lights and have watched 4 seasons in a week! I'm going to go slow with season 5 to savor what little is left. I really can't believe that this show got past me for 6 years!!

Thanks for the podcast. Since the show is over, it's hard to comment with others being so 'late to the game', but your commentary is a great extension and expansion of this great show.

Peterkj2 ,

Great for fans

They have interviews with cast members and insightful, entertaining commentary on the show.

Dallas Tinker ,

Pretty good, have some issues with the Buddy Awards

First off, I love Friday Night Lights. I have 'Clear Eyes, Full Hearts' Tattooed on my Thigh, my dogs names are Skeeter and Tim Riggins, and my cat is named Kit Kat. I have met Coach Taylor (aka Kyle Chander) twice and had my picture taken with him. I'm hoping to get into Coaching part time. I have seen Every Episode several times.

My big issue with the podcast is The Failure to nominate Dallas Tinker for Character We Wanted More Of. Had he been nominated, there is no doubt he would've beat out Buddy "In Every Episode" Garrity in a landslide. It's Unfair.
Also, All the Hate for season too is real frustrating. Landry (lance, lol) and Tyra are important characters at that point in the Show and they go thru something that few of us could imagine. It makes them grow up and take life more serious. But Lyle and Rust just act like It never, even Happened, when it is one off e most important parts of the show. Also the best Fight was when coach beat up Tammy's ex in the fancy restaurant the. Has a real bad hangover. Lol.

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