Friday Night Lights: Preview of the Last Pre-Strike Episode
Friday Night Lights: Preview of the Last Pre-Strike Episode
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Last week on Friday Night Lights, Smash got “the mark of death” and got his TMU scholarship revoked because of his questionable character, Saracen reached a tough point in his life when the Latina nurse he's in love with left for Guatemala, forcing him to be the sole care-giver for his Grandma again, while Landry realized that he has to dump Jean to be with Tyra.

The drama continues in this week's episode called “May the Best Man Win,” which is also the last pre-strike episode of Friday Night Lights.

The 15th episode of Friday Night Lights' sophomore season finds Brian "Smash" Williams as he sets his mind to get a football scholarship to college despite the recent events that have transpired. On the other hand, Brian is very surprised when the most unlikely place offers him what may be the opportunity of his life.

Meanwhile, a visit from someone from Tami's past appears to bother Coach Taylor.  Tami runs into her ex-boyfriend from high school who turns out to be a big real estate tycoon.  He decides to stay in Dillon for a few days, but a few days seems to be too long for a jealous Coach Taylor.

This installment also features Jason Street as he hears the biggest news of his life since his accident, prompting him to make a decision that will change his life forever.  As for Tim Riggins, he continues to chase after Lyla by getting his own radio show at the Christian radio station.  However, Lyla seems to be enjoying her current relationship with her Christian boyfriend as she goes with him to meet his family

Friday Night Lights stars Adrianne Palicki as Tyra Collette, Aimee Teegarden as Julie Taylor, Connie Britton as Tami Taylor, Gaius Charles as Brian "Smash" Williams, Jesse Plemons as Landry Clarke, Kyle Chandler as Eric Taylor, Minka Kelly as Lyla Garrity, Scott Porter as Jason Street, Taylor Kitsch as Tim Riggins, and Zach Gilford as Matt Saracen.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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