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Year: 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

3 October 2006
Expanding on the hit feature film "Friday Night Lights," this poignant series centers on the small rural town of Dillon, Texas, where the coveted state football championship rings are held in the highest regard. Dillon's promising high school team, its star quarterback, and newly appointed head coach Eric Taylor feel the mounting pressure of the town's pride and honor riding on their shoulders as a new football season kicks off.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
Matthew Greer ... Coach Deeks

Libby Villari ... Mayor Lucy Rodell

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Mark Nutter ... Mitchell Street

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street
Merrilee McCommas ... Pam Garrity
Cindy Creekmore ... Missy Aubrey
Noble Chase Pack ... Little Buddy Garrity (as Noble Pack)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity

Brian D. Phelan ... QB Coach
Dago Pates ... David Matters
John Hambrick ... Eddie McMannus
Orlando Storm Smart ... Little QB
Daniel Abikasis ... Football player (uncredited)
Mack Brown ... Booster (uncredited)

Erik Collins ... News Crew (uncredited)
Gina Garza ... Student (uncredited)
Eric Hack ... Football Player (uncredited)

Matthew T. Johnston ... Assistant Coach (uncredited)
Linda Klein ... Nurse (uncredited)

Matt Leonard ... Football Player (uncredited)
Scott Lilly ... Trainer (uncredited)
Robert E. Martinez ... Football Team Manager (uncredited)
John D. Montoya ... (uncredited)

Dan Murphy ... Sideline Football Fan (uncredited)
Robin Máxkii ... Pep Rally Girl (uncredited)

Jessie Pavelka ... Team Captain (uncredited)
Darryl K. Phipps ... Football Player (uncredited)
Robin Prough ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Shannon Joy Rodgers ... Student Trainer (uncredited)
Isaac Rodriguez ... Reporter / Diner Customer (uncredited)

Nicole Taylor ... Pretty Girl (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Dillon Panther Football Fan (uncredited)

Angela Ware ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Eyes Wide Open

10 October 2006
Coach Taylor receives news that his starting quarterback will regain the use of his hands and arms, but he's paralyzed from the waist down. His wife, who needs something to do other than sit on committees or sit in book clubs, searches for a job. The town, itself, deals with the heartache, some already trying to throw in the towel on the young season.

Season 1, Episode 3: Wind Sprints

17 October 2006
The situation in town begins to get ugly as Coach Taylor and his family is forced to endure heat from a difficult loss against the San Marco HS Rattlers. Tim and Tyra break up after he confronts her about Smash, and Lyla, after having an argument with Jason, vents her anger onto Tim.

Season 1, Episode 4: Who's Your Daddy

24 October 2006
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.

Season 1, Episode 5: Git'er Done

30 October 2006
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.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Aldis Hodge ... Ray 'Voodoo' Tatum

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Patrick J. Adams ... Connor Hayes

Walter Perez ... Bobby 'Bull' Reyes

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Merrilee McCommas ... Pam Garrity
Robert Parish ... Phil
Charon R. Arnold ... Dolia

Nicole Swahn ... Cheerleader 1

Danielle Replogle ... Cheerleader 2

David Stokey ... Ryan Johnson

Gabriel Folse ... Lance Jennings
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (as Tim Crowley)

Gary Rodriguez ... Customer #1 (as Gary A. Rodriguez)
Kelley Grace Butler ... Customer #2
Ronnie Reeves ... Customer #4
Randy Ahrens ... Jeff

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Indiana Adams ... Hot Girl (uncredited)

Joe Azzato ... Parent (uncredited)

Ro' Black ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Nick Brandt ... Aaron Banks (uncredited)
D.J. Castillo ... Athletic Trainer (uncredited)
Michael Magnus ... Panther Football Player, #62 (uncredited)
Peter Malof ... Principal Brecker (uncredited)
Rupert-Anthony Ortiz ... Panther Football Player #70 (uncredited)
Isaac Rodriguez ... Reporter / Diner Customer (uncredited)

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen (uncredited)
Chad L. Stevens ... Football Player (uncredited)
Barney Welch ... School Counselor Barney (uncredited)
Kathryn Worsham ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: El Accidente

7 November 2006
Coach Taylor questions his principles regarding Voodoo's eligibility and is confronted with another problem when his #1 defensive player is arrested for assaulting a fellow student. Tim and Lila break Jason out of the hospital for the afternoon.

Season 1, Episode 7: Homecoming

14 November 2006
Coach Taylor asks Jason to attend the upcoming Homecoming game, who begins to suspect there's something going on between Tim and Lila. Smash feels the pressure of college scouts, even though he's still a junior. Tyra and Billy plan the ultimate party for after the game.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Chad Brannon ... Lucas Mize

Libby Villari ... Mayor Rodell
Richard Dillard ... Grady Hunt

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street
Mark Nutter ... Mitchell Street

Liz Mikel ... Corrina
Nieko Mann ... Noannie (as Brittany 'Nieko' Mann)

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette
Robert O. Boothby ... Corey (as Robert Boothby)

Damon Carney ... Tom Quisenberry
Loomis Warren ... Linebacker Owen Price
Kevin Russell ... Homecoming Band #1 (as The Gourds)
Claude Bernard ... Homecoming Band #2 (as The Gourds)
Keith Langford ... Homecoming Band #3 (as The Gourds)
Max Johnston ... Homecoming Band #4 (as The Gourds)
Jimmy Smith ... Homecoming Band #5 (as The Gourds)
Bryan Aguinaga ... Football Player (uncredited)
Ravin Alexander ... Christina (uncredited)

Michelle Brew ... Rally Girl (uncredited)

Angela Burns ... Rally Girl (uncredited)
D.J. Castillo ... Athletic Trainer (uncredited)

Erik Collins ... Spectator (uncredited)
Mardi DeLong ... Raver (uncredited)
Kelley Estes ... Rally Girl (uncredited)
Regina Gordon ... Water Girl (uncredited)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity (uncredited)
David Maldonado ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Peter Malof ... Principal Brecker (uncredited)
Robert E. Martinez ... Alumni (uncredited)

Brent McGregor ... Kastor (uncredited)
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12 (uncredited)
Melinda Mendoza ... Bartender (uncredited)
Lowell Moore ... (uncredited)
Rupert-Anthony Ortiz ... Panther Football Player #70 (uncredited)
Isaac Rodriguez ... Reporter / Diner Customer (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Dillon Panther Alumni (uncredited)
Justin Lee Tidwell ... Former Homecoming King (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Crossing the Line

28 November 2006
While being a little romantic with her, Jason confronts Lila as to what's going on between her and Tim. His roommate tries to advise him on how to handle his situation, too, and the moment bonds the two of them. Tami asks her husband, Coach Taylor, to try and curtail his athletes behaviors after talking to a female student and her troubles surrounding her boyfriend, which gives her the impression that the female students are just meat for the football players; one of which, who happens to be the first string quarterback, is trying to arrange a date with their daughter. Lila also confides in the coach's wife that she had an affair with Tim. Smash turns to steroids after a bad game, and takes a job working alongside Matt in an effort to pay for them.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Robert Parish ... Phil

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams (as Brittany 'Nieko' Mann)
Robert O. Boothby ... Corey (as Robert Boothby)
Todd Caschette ... J.D.
Devon Saul ... Kenji
Michael Fries ... Slattery
Sid Johnson ... Reverend Grady (as Pastor Sid Johnson)
Larissa Wolcott ... Checkout Girl
Nora Resnick ... April Keagen (as Nora Jessamyn)

Jacqueline Claire ... Junior Girl

Nicole Taylor ... Pretty Girl (as Nicole Lin Taylor)
Jill Mills ... Rayla Carson

Ro' Black ... Church Congregation Member (uncredited)
D.J. Castillo ... Athletic Trainer / Student (uncredited)

Spencer Greenwood ... Football Team Manager (uncredited)

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams (uncredited)

Brent McGregor ... Kastor (uncredited)
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12 (uncredited)

Jesse Medeles ... Smart ass Inmate (uncredited)
Rupert-Anthony Ortiz ... Panther Football Player #70 (uncredited)

Nicole Swahn ... Melissa (uncredited)

Margaret Turner ... Extra (uncredited)
Barney Welch ... Counselor Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Full Hearts

5 December 2006
With a very intimidating opponent on the horizon, Coach Taylor deals with his former starting quarterback and his unfaithful girlfriend and his new starting quarterback dating his own daughter. Lila and Tim face repercussions of their own actions, and Smash deals with having to go back to his old hometown for the big game and dealing with old feelings regarding his father, all the while facing the issues surrounding his secret steroid use, especially when his sister begins to notice the changes in him.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Libby Villari ... Mayor Lucy Rodell

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Robert Parish ... Phil
Sid Johnson ... Reverend Grady (as Pastor Sid Johnson)
Merrilee McCommas ... Pam Garrity

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams (as Brittany 'Nieko' Mann)

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams
James Powers ... Bradley Cole
Randy Stripling ... Mayor Dwight Emerson
Megan Moser ... Lois
Henry Bryant ... Junior Silverio

Deneen Tyler ... Jordana Silverio
Tom Spry ... E.R. Attending
Jen Matthews ... Movie Cashier

Shawn Arani ... Football Player (unconfirmed)
Indiana Adams ... Rally Girl (uncredited)

Michelle Brew ... Rally Girl (uncredited)

Angela Burns ... Rally Girl (uncredited)

Kelsey Caesar ... Gatling (uncredited)
D.J. Castillo ... Athletic Trainer / Student (uncredited)
Azael Cavazos ... Featured (uncredited)

Dominik Chilleri ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

John Chilleri ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Franky Coronado ... Teacher (uncredited)

Kristen Devine ... Fan (uncredited)

Megan Devine ... Fan (uncredited)
Kelley Estes ... Rally Girl (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Party Thug (uncredited)

Spencer Greenwood ... Football Team Manager (uncredited)
Landon Kash ... Footlball Player (uncredited)
Katina Latrell ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Robert E. Martinez ... Neighbor / Domino Player (uncredited)
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12 (uncredited)
Rupert-Anthony Ortiz ... Panther Football Player #70 (uncredited)
Melanie Reeve ... Fan (uncredited)
Barney Welch ... Counselor Barney (uncredited)
Michael Whitener ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: It's Different for Girls

12 December 2006
While everyone is focused on the cheerleaders, who have an upcoming competition, they focus on giving Lila a hard time. Smash begins to show signs of steroid abuse, and Coach Taylor finds another way to occupy his starting quarterback in an effort to squash Matt's efforts with the coach's daughter.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Aasha Davis ... Waverly Grady

Maggie Wheeler ... Teacher

Rebecca McFarland ... Susanne Derr

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams (as Brittany 'Nieko' Mann)

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street
Mark Nutter ... Mitchell Street

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen
Sid Johnson ... Reverend Grady (as Pastor Sid Johnson)

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
James Powers ... Bradley Cole
Merrilee McCommas ... Pam Garrity
Mark Walters ... Jeff Sable
Andrea Block ... Colleen
Lainie Safady ... Kennedy
Kristy Vaughan ... Brittany Beck
Ken Webster ... Ben Beck

GiGi Erneta ... Mrs. Dunn

Ryan Lee ... Jake Dunn
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (as Timothy Crowley)
Edward Herndon ... Aaron
David Baugh ... Dude #1
John Newton ... Dude #2
Ra'shel Kendrick ... Smashette Twin #1
Ra'nel Kendrick ... Smashette Twin #2
Stacey Schwartz ... Smash Fan #2
C. Ladd Lebus ... Cheerleading Marshall (as Ladd Lebus)
D.J. Castillo ... Athletic Trainer / Student (uncredited)

Franky Coronado ... Teacher (uncredited)

Spencer Greenwood ... Football Team Manager (uncredited)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity (uncredited)
Katina Latrell ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Brent McGregor ... Kastor (uncredited)
Rupert-Anthony Ortiz ... Panther Football Player #70 (uncredited)
Arden Robertson ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Barney Welch ... Counselor Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Nevermind

3 January 2007
The Panthers are preparing yet again for another game they can't afford to lose. Jason (Scott Porter) still finds it difficult to adjust to life at home, and the feelings he still has for Lyla (Minka Kelly) don't make it any easier. Meanwhile, at what couldn't seem like a better time, Matt's (Zach Gilford) dad comes home from Iraq, but the homecoming is not what Matt expected. To make situations even more complicated, UT has taken an interest in Coach Taylor, whose popularity continues to grow, and Smash becomes more and more dependent on unnatural substances to keep up with the competition. With all the drama off the field mounting, the players work even harder to get a victory.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
Randy Coy ... Panther Booster
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (as Timothy Crowley)

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Peter Heckmann ... Reverend Locke

Chris Humphrey ... Caseworker

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Brent McGregor ... Kastor

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Brent Smiga ... Henry Saracen

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Nicole Swahn ... Melissa

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street

Ro' Black ... Cheering Stadium Fan (uncredited)

Wilbur Fitzgerald ... Earl Rockington (uncredited)
Regina Gordon ... Band Fan (uncredited)
Zach Green ... Band Kid / Fan (uncredited)

Spencer Greenwood ... Football Team Manager (uncredited)
Andie Haddad ... Fan (uncredited)
Christian Haddad ... Fan (uncredited)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity (uncredited)
Katina Latrell ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
McGregor ... Brent (uncredited)

Kate Melton ... Teen Fan (uncredited)
Rupert-Anthony Ortiz ... Panther Football Player #70 (uncredited)
Melanie Reeve ... Fan (uncredited)

Candace Smith ... Tyra's Friend (uncredited)
Barney Welch ... Counselor Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: What to Do While You're Waiting

10 January 2007
Matt's dad decides to stay home instead of returning to Iraq, while Jason's parents level a lawsuit against the coach for negligence. Smash tries to get closer to a girl, but he keeps getting in the way, himself. The whole town awaits another game involving two other schools, with the results determining the Panthers' post-season hopes.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke (credit only)

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Tim Guinee ... Bob

Aasha Davis ... Waverly Grady
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Brent Smiga ... Henry Saracen
Merrilee McCommas ... Pam Garrity

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street
Mark Nutter ... Mitchell Street
Ron Tatar ... Clint
Jeremy Sexton ... Man
Wally Welch ... Rodeo Announcer

Patrick J. Adams ... Connor Hayes (uncredited)

Cathy Baron ... (uncredited)

Johnny Bartee ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Teri Beasley ... Woman #1 (uncredited)
Courtney Carpenter Hale ... Parishioner (uncredited)

Leroy Castanon ... Fan (uncredited)

Dominik Chilleri ... Football Boy (uncredited)

John Chilleri ... Football Boy (uncredited)

Franky Coronado ... Teacher (uncredited)
Cindy Creekmore ... Missy Aubrey (uncredited)
Gina Garza ... Student (uncredited)

Spencer Greenwood ... Football Team Manager (uncredited)
Mathew Greer ... Coach Deeks (uncredited)
Ramzi Haddad ... Church Member (uncredited)
Rana Haddad ... Church Member (uncredited)
Tania Haddad ... Church Member (uncredited)
Michele Harrington ... TV Repoter (uncredited)

Mark Harrison ... Football Player (uncredited)
Sara Hickman ... Panthers Football Trainer (uncredited)

Matthew T. Johnston ... Assistant Coach (uncredited)
Landon Kash ... Footlball Player (uncredited)
Linda Klein ... Nurse (uncredited)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity (uncredited)
Katina Latrell ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Robert Newell ... Attorney Woody Morris (uncredited)
Rupert-Anthony Ortiz ... Panther Football Player #70 (uncredited)

Brian D. Phelan ... Panthers QB Coach (uncredited)
Micaela Phillips ... Mini-Cheerleader (uncredited)

Justin Riemer ... Westerby Coach (uncredited)

Stayce Smith ... Booster Mom / Teacher (uncredited)
Chad L. Stevens ... Football Player (uncredited)

Russell Thomas ... Football Player (uncredited)
Justin Lee Tidwell ... Panther Football Player #71 (uncredited)

Barry Tolli ... Chaps Quarterback (uncredited)

Joey Truty ... Little Buddy Garrity (uncredited)

Chris Warner ... Deputy (uncredited)

Christine Wolf ... Dina (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Little Girl I Wanna Marry You

24 January 2007
When Smash's mother finds his needle, she puts the coach in an uncomfortable position and Tammy gets a new job offer, which makes the coach even more uncomfortable. Matts father gets recalled to duty and Jason ponders his decision about his relationship with Lila and Tyra tries to help her mom get over her last woman-beating boyfriend.

Season 1, Episode 14: Upping the Ante

31 January 2007
Coach Taylor continues to ride Smash while the team gets ready for their upcoming playoff game. Tim goes in search of his father and Jason stands up to Buddy Garrity, which sets him apart from Lyla.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke (credit only)

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Brett Cullen ... Walt Riggins

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen
Merrilee McCommas ... Pam Garrity

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams
Ed Clements ... Radio Announcer

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street
Mark Nutter ... Mitchell Street
Steve Uzzell ... Judge Paul Gerron
James Powers ... Bradley Cole
Ryan Ciardo ... Chuck Pierce
Kendrick Jefferson ... Tyronn Baxter
Tom Byrne ... Producer

Leslie Langee ... Anna

Sue Rock ... Lydia Smith
Jessica Layne ... Sally
Anne Clarke ... Drew

Steven Chester Prince ... Booster Reg (as Steve Prince)
Orlando Storm Smart ... Miles (as Orlando Smart)
Indiana Adams ... Rally Girl (uncredited)

Ro' Black ... Stadium GateTicket Taker (uncredited)

Michelle Brew ... Rally Girl (uncredited)
D.J. Castillo ... Student Photographer (uncredited)

Franky Coronado ... Teacher (uncredited)
Randy Coy ... Panther Booster (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Panther Assistant Coach (uncredited)

Hope Jaymes ... Volleyball Player (uncredited)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity (uncredited)
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12 (uncredited)
Wil Pollard ... Football Player (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Dillon Panther Football Fan (uncredited)

Joey Truty ... Little Buddy Garrity (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Blinders

7 February 2007
When an assistant coach is quoted in the media with racial intentions, he draws a line between the team, right at playoff time. Julie and Tyra are forced to join the powderpuff game as a result for skipping class, and Julie's dad is a bit elated when she's picked for quarterback by Matt. Tyra, meanwhile, has a hard time dealing with her mother's growing relationship with Buddy Garrity, and starts taking it out on his daughter, Lila. Jason gets an invite to join the local rugby team.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
Andrea Block ... Laurel
Ryan Boggus ... White Student
Robert O. Boothby ... Corey (as Robert Boothby)
Tiffany Burgos ... Cathleen

Myrna Cabello ... Real Estate Agent
Michael Caschette ... J.D.
Ryan Ciardo ... Chuck Pierce

Anastasia Coon ... Mrs. Carroll

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Brett Cullen ... Walt Riggins (credit only)

Aasha Davis ... Waverly Grady

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Victor Diaz ... Joe Dover
Michael Fries ... Slattery
Kendrick Jefferson ... Baxter
Will Johnson ... Thomas (as William Johnson)

Jacqueline Journey ... Karen Stark (as Jacqueline Renee)

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Norm Lyduch ... Norm
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams (as Brittany 'Nieko' Mann)

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

D'Anthony Palms ... Anton
Diane Perella ... Mortgage Broker

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins (credit only)

Aundrus Poole ... Reggie Seale
James Powers ... Bradley Cole

Kevin Rankin ... Herc
Devon Saul ... Kenji

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Gary Teague ... Parent
Loomis Warren ... Greer
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette
Cy Young ... Mr. Utz

Michelle Brew ... Deana - Rally Girl (uncredited)
JenelleRae Cardenas ... Student (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Panther Assistant Coach (uncredited)
Jessica Layne ... Sally (uncredited)
Wil Pollard ... Football Player (uncredited)

Violet Saenz-Arocha ... Reporter (uncredited)
Barney Welch ... Counselor Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Black Eyes and Broken Hearts

14 February 2007
Julie is confronted by her parents regarding her growing relationship with Tyra. Matt tries his hardest to get back in Julie's good graces. Meanwhile, the post-season is in jeopardy as Coach Taylor remains divided over firing his offensive coordinator or standing by his friend, which is the key to one quarter of the team taking a stand by sitting out of the next game.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

John Arkinson ... Referee
Linda Brister ... Jewelry Store Owner

Deanna Brochin ... Backroom Stripper
Drew Cauthorn ... McGinn
Bryan Chafin ... Stager

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy
Jonas Crafts ... Cardinal Player #2
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (as Timothy Crowley)

Brett Cullen ... Walt Riggins (credit only)

Aasha Davis ... Waverly Grady

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Brendan Flores ... Billy Burdette
Gregor Haley ... Brant Officer #2 (as Greg Hall)

Derek Chase Hickey ... Allspaugh
Thaxon Hill ... Hayskins

Alexandra Holden ... Suzy

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Amon Lewis ... Cardinal Player #1
Chip Mayfield ... Brant Coach

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

D'Anthony Palms ... Anton

Aundrus Poole ... Reggie Seale

Tom Procida ... UIL Jack Unger

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Ken Thomas ... Jail Officer
Michael Waxman ... TABC Agent
Kiri Weatherby ... Female Student

Brent Werzner ... Brant Officer #1

Joe Azzato ... Cardinal Fan (uncredited)

Angela Burns ... Rally Girl (uncredited)

Kimberly Ensey ... Pretty Girl on 6th Street (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Coach Pablo (uncredited)
Daniel B. Howard ... Football Player (uncredited)
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12 (uncredited)
Wil Pollard ... Football Player (uncredited)
Will Scoville ... Dillon Police Officer (uncredited)

Scott A. Stevens ... Coach, Opposing Team (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Dillon Panther Football Fan (uncredited)

William Throckmorton ... Reporter (uncredited)

Angela Ware ... Pool Hall Patron (uncredited)
Barney Welch ... Counselor Barney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: I Think We Should Have Sex

21 February 2007
Mrs. Taylor confronts Julie after seeing Matt buying condoms; Coach Taylor accuses Tim's father of stealing a camera from his office; Buddy Garrity fires Tyra's mother from the dealership.

Season 1, Episode 18: Extended Families

28 February 2007
When his wife throws him out of the house, Buddy Garrity turns to Coach Taylor and Lila turns to Jason. Julie turns to her mother when an accident happens involving Tyra's mother, even though she knows she's not supposed to be hanging out with Tyra. And Waverly's father turns to Smash when he fears that she has taken a personal change without consulting her father.

Season 1, Episode 19: Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

21 March 2007
With TMU trying to recruit Coach Taylor, Julie insists that she will not be moved away from Matt and Dillon. The quad rugby recruiters in Austin deliver some bad news to Jason. Riggins becomes friends with a single mother and her son.

Season 1, Episode 20: Mud Bowl

28 March 2007
A chemical spill forces Coach Taylor and the Panthers to seek another facility in which to play the crucial State semifinal game.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
John Athas ... Male Teller (as John William Athas)
Ed Clements ... Lannie Albright

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Aasha Davis ... Waverly Grady

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Andy Dugan ... Charlie
Brian Ernest ... Referee

Matthew Garth II ... Photographer
Odell Grant ... Dillon Fan

Jae Head ... Bo Miller

Richard Jackson ... School Lawyer

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity

Brooke Langton ... Jackie Miller

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Peter Malof ... Principal Brecker

Matt McTighe ... Mike
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12
Amber Middlebrook ... Parent Club Lady

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams
Robert Newell ... Attorney Woody Morris
Mark Nutter ... Mitchell Street
Philip Ontiveros Sr. ... Barber

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
James Powers ... Bradley Cole

Tom Procida ... UIL Suit

Kevin Rankin ... Herc (credit only)
Charles Sanders ... Mediator
Seth Spiker ... Brant Player

Kate Stark ... Cheerleader (as Kathryn Rawson)

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Gary Teague ... Teacher

Brian Thornton ... Coach Gainey
Michael Robert Tudyk ... TV Announcer

Libby Villari ... Mayor Lucy Rodell
Mark Walters ... Jeff Sable

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street
Todd Witthorne ... Disaster Reporter (as Todd Whitthorne)
Bryan Aguinaga ... Football Player (uncredited)

Joe Azzato ... Alamo Freeze Worker (uncredited)
JenelleRae Cardenas ... Viking Cheerleader (uncredited)
Rob Faubion ... Reporter (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Coach Pablo (uncredited)
Daniel B. Howard ... Football Player (uncredited)
Wil Pollard ... Football Player (uncredited)
Isaac Rodriguez ... Reporter / Diner Customer (uncredited)
Will Scoville ... Dillon Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Best Laid Plans

4 April 2007
Coach Taylor makes a final decision about whether to take the job at Texas Methodist University, while Tyra's secret is revealed.

Season 1, Episode 22: State

11 April 2007
The Panthers gear up for the state championship, as the rumor about Coach Taylor spreads. Meanwhile, Tami receives some news.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
Davy Aguirre ... Panther Booster
Niki Aguirre ... Buddy's Customer
Geoffrey Betts ... TV Camera Operator
D.J. Castillo ... Athletic Trainer

Tom Costello Jr. ... Mustang Coach (as Tom Costello)
Randy Coy ... Panther Booster

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Richard Dodwell ... Football Fan
Osa Eke ... Football Player

Spencer Greenwood ... Football Team Manager

Jae Head ... Bo Miller

Aldis Hodge ... Ray 'Voodoo' Tatum

Pattie James ... Reporter (as Pattie Hart)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity

Brooke Langton ... Jackie Miller

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams

Heath McGough ... Booster Dad
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12
Toby Metcalf ... Booster

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

Scott Mueller ... Football Player
Brian Nicholas ... Security Guard

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

D'Anthony Palms ... Anton

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Aundrus Poole ... Reggie Seale

Rhonda Reeves ... Panther Banquet Booster

Michael J. Rowbottom ... Football Banquet Booster
Craig Simons ... Security Guard

Kate Stark ... Cheerleader (as Kathryn Rawson)

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Gary Teague ... Teacher

Morgan Thompson ... Football Fan

Joey Truty ... Little Buddy Garrity
Jennifer Roxanne Vasquez ... Radio Reporter

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street
Bryan Aguinaga ... Football Player (uncredited)

Angela Burns ... Rally Girl (uncredited)
Gene Cervenka ... Panther Football Fan (uncredited)

Bob Fanucchi ... Booster Dad (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Coach Pablo (uncredited)
Jason T. Henderson ... Ex-Player (uncredited)

Catherine Lawrence Kinslow ... Pep Rally / Parade Fan (uncredited)
Mark T. Lee ... Boom Operator (uncredited)

Donna Sue Nickason ... Panther Booster (uncredited)
Stephanie Orkand ... Rally Girl (uncredited)

Starla Osburn ... Stadium Fan (uncredited)
Wil Pollard ... Football Player (uncredited)
Chris Prock ... Football Player (uncredited)
Eric Rhoades ... Press Sound Recordist (uncredited)

Laura Veloz Ritter ... Booster Parent (uncredited)
Isaac Rodriguez ... Reporter / Diner Customer (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Last Days of Summer

5 October 2007
As a new school season gears up the Dillon panthers find themselves without Coach Taylor, who is also missed by expectant mom Tami and adrift daughter Julie.

Season 2, Episode 2: Bad Ideas

12 October 2007
Eric and Tammi's separation takes its toll; Landry and Tyra become closer while Matt and Julie drift apart meanwhile the Panthers gear up for a new season.

Season 2, Episode 3: Are You Ready for Friday Night?

19 October 2007
Matt takes it upon himself to try to curb Smash's enthusiasm for the upcoming season. Tim turns to Lila when he spots his brother leaving his neighbor's house. Jason turns his attention on Mexico in an effort to walk again. Buddy turns to Coach Taylor to convince him to return as coach of the Panthers.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Daniella Alonso ... Carlotta Alonso

Deke Anderson ... ER Doctor

Jennifer Blair ... Becka
Ryan Ciardo ... Panther #1

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Jamison Driskill ... Jackson
Karen Elvonna ... Waitress

Carol Farabee ... Mrs. Clarke

Wilbur Fitzgerald ... Coach Boyd
Preston Grice ... Assistant Coach
Ericka Henderson ... Alamo Freeze Girl

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity

Brooke Langton ... Jackie Miller

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

Glenn Morshower ... Chad Clarke

Chris Mulkey ... Coach Bill McGregor

Chris Osborn ... Hudson

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
James Kenneth Phillips ... Preacher
James Powers ... Bradley

Kevin Rankin ... Herc
Alejandro Rose-Garcia ... The Swede
Williams G. Ross ... Reporter

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Joey Truty ... Little Buddy Garrity

Libby Villari ... Mayor Rodell

Steven Walters ... Glenn Reed
Dylan Williams ... Jimmy
Gene Cervenka ... Sideline Reporter (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Coach Pablo (uncredited)

David Lyman ... Booster (uncredited)
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12 (uncredited)
Bill Ross ... Reporter (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Church Member (uncredited)
Carol Vincent ... Football Fan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Backfire

26 October 2007
Eric quits his college coaching job to return home to his family and the Panthers, but the latter doesn't look very promising when the old coach fights his termination after only two games. Tim accompanies Jason to Mexico where a questionable medical procedure gives Jason hopes of walking again. After making an appearance in the Lord's name in a boys' home, Lila takes it upon herself to show a recently-release inmate the light. Landry's father is called into work after the body that he and Tyra disposed of is discovered.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Daniella Alonso ... Carlotta Alonso
Edgar Arreola ... Mexico Cop
Amanda Brown ... Crystal the Stripper

Angela Burns ... Rally Girl

Benny Ciaramello ... Santiago Herrera

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy
Randy Coy ... Panther Booster

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Carol Farabee ... Mary Clarke

Wilbur Fitzgerald ... TMU Coach Boyd
Jalisco Fraire ... Karaoke Singer #6 (as Jalisco Wayn Fraire)
Mark Gil ... Detective Wills
Preston D. Grice ... Assistant TMU Coach
Bernadina Hansen ... Karaoke Singer #5
Peter Heckmann ... The Pastor

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity
John Lake ... Dillon Cop #1
Daniel Lazaro ... Karaoke Singer #3

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Eleese Lester ... Barbara Gentry

Rip Lowe ... Angry Booster (as Ripley Lowe)
Peter Malof ... Principal Brecker
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams
Merrilee McCommas ... Pam Garrity
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12
Jaime Medeles ... Dobbs (Smart-Ass Inmate)

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

Glenn Morshower ... Chad Clarke

Chris Mulkey ... Coach Bill McGregor

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

Marc Pouhe ... Godfrey
James Powers ... Bradley
Amanda Rivas ... Sam

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Scott A. Stevens ... Salesman Buddy Garrity Motors

Nicole Taylor ... Holly (as Nicole Lin Taylor)

Gary Teague ... Dillon Panther Football Fan
Kyna Torres ... Karaoke Singer #4

Joey Truty ... Little Buddy Garrity
Jose Velasco ... Karaoke Singer #2

Libby Villari ... Mayor Rodell

Julius Washington ... Dillon Officer #2
Jessica West ... Karaoke Singer #1
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette
John Zinman ... Dr. Rimbaud
Maria F. Durand ... Receptionist (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Coach Pablo (uncredited)
Alejandro Rose-Garcia ... The Swede (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Let's Get It On

2 November 2007
Upon returning to the Panthers, Coach Taylor finds himself trying to mend broken fences between his quarterback and his halfback and attempts to find a little intimate time with his wife. Tim recruits Lila in trying to talk Jason out of the risky surgery he has scheduled in Mexico, while Landry's father tries to put up a fence between his son and Tyra.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
Gonzalo Aguilar ... Hotel Clerk

Daniella Alonso ... Carlotta Alonso

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Lewis Crawford ... Officer
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (as Tim Crowley)

Carol Farabee ... Mary Clarke
Mark Gil ... Detective Wills
Pat Hazell ... Detective Tambor
Harvey L. Jeffries ... Referee
David Kanne ... Brett Weston

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

Glenn Morshower ... Chad Clarke

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
James Powers ... Bradley
Kevin Saunders ... Lester Daniels
Jonathan Shaffer ... Boat Captain

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Libby Villari ... Mayor Rodell
Gene Cervenka ... Sideline Reporter (uncredited)

Benny Ciaramello ... Santiago Herrera (uncredited)

Parker Danks ... Dillon Student (uncredited)

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Coach Pablo (uncredited)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity (uncredited)
Toby Metcalf ... Booster (uncredited)

Annabel Stephan ... Dillon Student / Westerby Chaps Cheerleader (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Teacher (uncredited)

Joey Truty ... Little Buddy Garrity (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: How Did I Get Here

9 November 2007
Upon returning to Dillon, Tim finds his team locker empty, while Coach Taylor deals with Jason and offering him a coaching job, while, at the same time, dealing with his own job not paying as nearly much as what he was getting the previous year. Lila's friend from the boys' school shows up with her father in hopes of a tryout with the Panthers and Landry's father nears the truth about his role in a death.

Season 2, Episode 7: Pantherama!

16 November 2007
The coach's wife enlists the aid of Tyra and Lila to secure entertainment for the annual Pantherama event, while the coach enlists the aid of Buddy, who found a hot new football player for him, but the new prospective star has a family that's run out on him, and Tami won't let him play football until that scenario is amended. Julie enlists the aid of journalism in an effort to help her get over the loss of Matt. Smash doesn't want help from anybody, while he turns his back on the possibility of a great education, opting out, instead for a chance at more recognition from the pro ranks while playing for a more-notable school.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street (credit only)

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Daniella Alonso ... Carlotta Alonso

Benny Ciaramello ... Santiago Herrera

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Shelley Hayes
Travis Harper ... Freshman
Daniel B. Howard ... Newspaper Geek
C. Anthony Jackson ... Marcus Gordon
Kendrick Jefferson ... Tyronn Baxter
Matt Joyner ... Football Player #1

Jana Kramer ... Noelle Davenport

Brooke Langton ... Jackie Miller

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams

Brent McGregor ... Indie Kid
Todd McMullen ... Miami Pete
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams
Richard Nance ... Car Seller

Austin Nichols ... Noah Barnett

Joey Oglesby ... Guy Raston

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Aundrus Poole ... Reggie Seale
Alicia Shaddeau ... Panthers Cheerleader / Dillon Student / Dillon Débutante

Kim Smith ... Lauren Davis

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Gary Teague ... Teacher
Bria Wall ... Cheerleader Friend

Parker Danks ... Pep Rally Fan (uncredited)
Pablo D. Flores ... Coach Pablo (uncredited)
Matt Goudreau ... Pep Rally Hype Man (uncredited)
Regan Licciardello ... Pep Rally Fan (uncredited)
Wil Pollard ... Will (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Seeing Other People

30 November 2007
Tami manages to alienate her husband and her daughter. Smash manages to alienate a prospective teammate while on a college visit. Matt manages to alienate the young lady who cares for his grandmother and the girl from school who was sweet on him. After alienating the team, Tim still finds himself trying to get back on the team, which, embarrassingly, lost their last game. Landry agrees to meet the brother of the man he killed for Tyra, who originally agreed to meet the man who wanted to make amends for his brother

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street (credit only)

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Austin Nichols ... Noah Barnett

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Shelley Hayes

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Daniella Alonso ... Carlotta Alonso

Benny Ciaramello ... Santiago Herrera

Kim Smith ... Lauren Davis

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Libby Villari ... Mayor Rodell

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Steven Walters ... Glenn Reed
James Powers ... Bradley
Megan Moser ... Lois
Pat Hazell ... Detective Tambor

Joey Oglesby ... Guy Raston
Kendrick Jefferson ... Tyronn Baxter
Kimberlie Dykeman ... Female Officer

Deana Ricks ... Mrs. Russey

Sam Pleasant ... Jordan (Quarterback)
Dwayne Missori ... Katrell Kennedy

Donny Boaz ... Miles Handford
Dannie Krager ... Willis (Running Back) (as Dane Krager)
Terra Gautier ... Amber (Lauren's Friend)
Hannah Morgan ... Hot Girl #1

Nicole Foster Callahan ... Hot Girl #2 (as Nicole Tomlinson)
Shannon Sauceda ... Hot Girl #3

Ashley Wood ... Jeff (Mike's Brother)
Mariah Marion ... Felicia
Bryan Chafin ... Whatley (Panther Player)
Paul Archer ... Christ Teen
Billy Harden ... Vice Principle Trucks

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams (uncredited)

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams (uncredited)

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams (uncredited)

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette (uncredited)
Alicia Shaddeau ... Panthers Cheerleader / Dillon Student / Dillon Débutante (uncredited)

Alanna Ubach ... Roberta 'Bobbie' Roberts (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Confession

7 December 2007
Landry gives into his better judgment and confesses about what he did while trying to save Tyra. Santiago feels the pressure about the upcoming football game, while pressure mounts between Julie and her mother surrounding the christening of the new baby in the family. Tim feels the pressure of his new roommate, while Jason does his best in getting back into the dating world.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Daniella Alonso ... Carlotta Alonso

Benny Ciaramello ... Santiago Herrera

Brady Coleman ... Lawyer

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (as Tim Crowley)

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Brian Gamble ... S.P. Offensive Lineman
Wendy Garett ... Announcer
Aaron Garza ... Panthers Defensive Captian

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Shelley Hayes

Kathleen Hays ... Isabella (as Kathleen Hamm)
Pat Hazell ... Detective Tambor
Peter Heckman ... Pastor
Tamara Jolaine ... Erin (as Tamara Haasan)

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

D.J. Morrison ... Service Manager

Glenn Morshower ... Chad Clarke
Mark Nutter ... Mr. Mitchell Street

Joey Oglesby ... Guy Raston

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Libby Villari ... Mayor Rodell

Katherine Willis ... Joanne Street
Gene Cervenka ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Madilyn Landry ... Gracie Belle Taylor (uncredited)

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette (uncredited)
Rebecca Richardson Phillips ... Coach Macgill's Wife (uncredited)
Will Scoville ... Assistant Coach (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Church Member (uncredited)
Shain E. Thomas ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Steven Walters ... Glenn Reed (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: There Goes the Neighborhood

4 January 2008
After a tornado rips through the surrounding country side, bombs begin to fly: Coach Taylor drops a bomb on his team by being host to a rival team when their school and field is damaged, Lila drops a bomb on her father about her mother's impending nuptials, and Tyra drops a bomb on Landry about attending Dillon High School's formal dance. Meanwhile, tensions grow around the Taylor household surrounding Tim living in the house.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street (credit only)

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Shelley Hayes

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Daniella Alonso ... Carlotta Alonso

Benny Ciaramello ... Santiago Herrera

Jana Kramer ... Noelle Davenport

Taylor Nichols ... Kevin
Merrilee McCommas ... Pam Garrity

Joey Truty ... Little Buddy Garrity

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity
Megan Moser ... Lois

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
James Powers ... Bradley

Brian Thornton ... Coach Daniel Dickens

Trevor Doyle Nelson ... Riley (as Trevor Nelson)
Daniel Crouch ... Chip Gizzi-Rozzi
Cory Hall ... Eddie Gizzi-Rozzi
Cody Hall ... Albert Gizzi-Rozzi
Kendrick Jefferson ... Kendrick
Victor Diaz ... Channel 5 Reporter
Jim Spencer ... TV Weatherperson
Raquel Fitzgerald ... Food Fight Girl
Ronald G. Prellop ... Store Manager
Paul Fischer ... Movie Husband
Kimberly Bramlett ... Movie Wife

Travis Owens ... 2008-2008
D.J. Castillo ... Library Student (uncredited)
Randy Coy ... Panther Booster (uncredited)
Mardi DeLong ... Student at Dance (uncredited)
Jaime De La Rosa ... Tyra's Diner Customer (uncredited)
Lincoln Rose ... TV Reporter #2 (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Teacher (uncredited)

Rett Terrell ... Dillon Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Jumping the Gun

11 January 2008
The coach's need for his own space in his own house doesn't just stop at throwing out Tim, even though his wife has her own needs when it comes to caring for her family and Smash's need for choosing a college is taking its toll on his family, especially his mother.

Season 2, Episode 12: Who Do You Think You Are?

18 January 2008
Matt doesn't want to break his bond with his grandmother's nurse, who's moving back to her native country. Smash and Noelle are pressured by their parents to break the bond they have between them. Tami doesn't want to break the bond with her infant daughter by leaving her at daycare. And as Santiago's former friends show up at his house to retrieve their bond, Buddy feels the bond with his material possessions, while his daughter, Lila, takes a job at a Christian radio station.

Season 2, Episode 13: Humble Pie

25 January 2008
As the athletic director, it falls to Coach Taylor to find a new girls' volleyball coach, and he stops at his own wife, who searches for her newest player. Jason takes a new job working for Buddy Garrity and Smash has some fallout of his own after getting arrested. Tim's given a few days to give back the money he stole while he still makes a play for Lila.

Season 2, Episode 14: Leave No One Behind

1 February 2008
The hardships in Saracen's life begin to get to him, and he and Riggins, who is still pining away for Lyla, commiserate; Julie feels left out when it seems like her mom is more focused on the volleyball team than on her; Smash's suspension hurts the rest of the team's morale, and it has an unexpected consequence for him; Tyra becomes jealous of Landry's new girlfriend.

Season 2, Episode 15: May the Best Man Win

8 February 2008
Brian "Smash" Williams is determined to get a football scholarship to college despite the recent events that have transpired. However, Brian is very shocked when the most unlikely place offers him what may be the opportunity of his life. Tami Taylor runs into her ex-boyfriend from high school, a big real estate mogul, and he decides to stay in Dillon for a few days. A few days proves to be too long as Coach Taylor begins to feel a bit jealous. Elsewhere, Jason Street hears the biggest news of his life since his accident and must decide if he is willing to change his life completely. Meanwhile, Tim Riggins continues his pursuit of Lyla by getting his own radio show at the Christian radio station. Lyla seems to be enjoying her current relationship with her Christian boyfriend as she goes with him to meet his family.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Peter Berg ... Morris 'Mo' McArnold
Quenby Bakke ... Mrs. Kennedy

Kenneth Wayne Bradley ... Alabama Recruiter

Benny Ciaramello ... Santiago Herrera

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Matt Czuchry ... Chris Kennedy

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Katie Fountain ... Katie Kennedy

Brea Grant ... Jean Binnel
Odell Grant ... Parishioner #1
Mathew Greer ... Coach Deeks

Joe Grisaffi ... Engineer

Doug Jackson ... Hospital Administrator

Davi Jay ... Marcus Spires

Kelley Johnson ... Kelly Kennedy
Sid Johnson ... Reverend Grady (as Pastor Sid Johnson)
Tamara Jolaine ... Erin (as Tamara Haasan)
David Kanne ... Tim Dooley

Jana Kramer ... Noelle Davenport

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Sylvia Luedtke ... Grandmother Kennedy
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams

Shauna McLean ... Helena Kennedy
Josh McVaney ... Greer - Football Player #12

Justin Meeks ... Waiter (as Justin Malloy)

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams
David Morrison ... Mr. Kennedy

Glenn Morshower ... Chad Clarke

Scott Mueller ... Football Player

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Wanda Phillips ... Mrs. McGowan

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Jeffrey Schmidt ... Reeves Castle

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Dother Sykes IV ... Marcus Spires

Gary Teague ... Teacher
Gene Cervenka ... Churchgoer (uncredited)
Gary Jerome ... Press Reg (uncredited)

Nadia Sahari ... Nadia (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: I Knew You When

1 October 2008
The press grills Coach Taylor about the upcoming season while the teachers grill his wife, the new principal, about the budget and the necessary cutbacks, while Buddy and the football team have the best of everything. A new quarterback enters the picture and Matt feels threatened and Riggins is still up to his old game plan about not feeling anything. Tyra's new guidance counselor lays some rather bleak news on her, causing her to walk out of school, only to find some personal resolve within herself to attempt to rectify her situation.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Lana Dieterich ... Third Teacher

Chloë Evans ... Jolene (as Chloe Jacobs)
Preston Flagg ... Daryl

Jim Garrity ... Dr. Rabinow

Nellie Gonzalez ... Reporter #2
Meltron Kendrick ... Reporter #3

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy
Chris Olson ... Bill Bollinger

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Tai Powell ... Angelina

Deana Ricks ... Second Teacher
Jonathan Shaffer ... Falcon
Brandy Singleton ... Girl in Hallway

Brandon Smith ... Vice Principal Trucks
Anthony Solomon ... Charles White

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen
C.C. Stinson ... Emily Walker

Libby Villari ... Mayor Lucy Rodell

Sinqua Walls ... Jamarcus Hall

Drew Waters ... Wade Aikmen

Eric Alfio ... Panther Football Player #48 (uncredited)
Stacy Lynn Austin ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)

Kimberly Lynn Campbell ... Stadium Fan (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)
Gene Cervenka ... Seven Senoritas Patron (uncredited)

Michael Gazin ... Panther Football Player #31 (uncredited)
James Jensen ... Panther Football Player #90 (uncredited)
Adam Madrigal ... Panther Player #37 (uncredited)
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams (uncredited)

Whitney McCauley ... Sheila Williams (uncredited)
Mitchell Parrack ... Seven Senoritas Dancer (uncredited)

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
James P. Rice ... Football Fan (uncredited)
Charlie m Stewart ... Panther Fan (uncredited)
Jordan Strassner ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Teacher (uncredited)

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Tami Knows Best

8 October 2008
When Coach Taylor realizes that it's not Smash's knee that's holding him back, he comes up with a rather unique way of laying it all on the line. The doctor lays it all on the line for Matt, who, legally, can't take care of grandmother, anymore, while Buddy goes out of his way, laying it on the line for Tami over the jumbo tron issue, and laying it on the line with Tim, who's now dating his daughter. Meanwhile, Tyra realizes that it's easier to lay it all on the line by taking shortcuts in winning the student body presidency.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
Renee Allman ... Restaurant Hostess

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Kim Dickens ... Shelby Saracen
Preston Flagg ... Daryl

Michael Gazin ... Guy at Applebee's

Tommy G. Kendrick ... Doctor Campbell

David Kroll ... Booster at Applebee's

Cherami Leigh ... Ginnie

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams
Mary Ann McCarley ... Rain

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy
Robert Newell ... Attorney

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Christopher Shea ... Waiter

Brandon Smith ... Vice Principal Trucks

Krishna Smitha ... Girl at Forum
Anthony Solomon ... Charles

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy

Libby Villari ... Mayor Rodell

Sinqua Walls ... Jamarcus
Adrian Ward ... Laney Graham
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette
Stacy Lynn Austin ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)
D.J. Castillo ... Student Council Candidate (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)

Eric Isenhower ... Student at Forum (uncredited)
James Jensen ... Panther Football Player #90 (uncredited)

Alyssa Murphy ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Jordan Strassner ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Teacher (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: How the Other Half Lives

15 October 2008
Coach Taylor feels pressured when the boosters corner him at the annual barbecue. Tim gets pressured from his brother about helping him score some extra cash to pay for his impending wedding, while getting pressured at the same time, from Lila, to try and turn his life around...and her father isn't any help, either. Julie and Matt continue to bond, while Smash's future gets offered an option.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Gaius Charles ... Brian 'Smash' Williams

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
Tom Booker ... Butcher
Kevin C. Carr ... Lou

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Preston Flagg ... Football Player #2

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Nieko Mann ... Noannie Williams
Sean McGibbon ... Valet

Liz Mikel ... Corrina Williams

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Bob Richardson ... Mike Pollard
Chuck Shephard ... BBQ Booster
Anthony Solomon ... Charles White

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy

Sinqua Walls ... Jamarcus Hall

Drew Waters ... Wade Aikmen
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette
Dorell Anthony ... Guy in Library (uncredited)
Stacy Lynn Austin ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)
John Cramer ... Guy with Big Popcorn (uncredited)
James Jensen ... Panther Football Player #90 (uncredited)

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
James P. Rice ... Football Fan (uncredited)

Andrew Hunter Sherman ... Angry Applebee's Customer (uncredited)
Arthur Simone ... Gunman (uncredited)

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen (uncredited)
Jordan Strassner ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Football Fan (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Hello, Goodbye

22 October 2008
Coach Taylor asks himself whether he should shake things up when it comes to his quarterback controversy, while his wife asks whether she is able to shake things up because Buddy is schmoozing up to the school district's superintendent, Matt gets shaken when his mother shows up in town and Tyra shakes things up with Landry when an old friend of Billy's shows up in town and begins paying her attention and, finally, Smash feels a bit shaken up as his tryout date comes closer.

Season 3, Episode 5: Every Rose Has Its Thorn

29 October 2008
Jason and Tim come up with an idea that will, hopefully, get them out of their financial woes, but Buddy stands in the way. Tyra's budding romance continues to bloom, while Julie shows 'signs' of rebellion. Coach Taylor's new idea to his quarterback situation only ends up in disarray and pressure from his coaching staff.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor
Karl Anderson ... Dano
Sydney Barrosse ... Bank Officer

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy
Cindy Creekmore ... Missy Aubrey
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (as Tim Crowley)

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill

Kim Dickens ... Shelby Saracen
Preston Flagg ... Daryl
Jeffrey Johnson ... The Guy
Tamara Jolaine ... Erin

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy

Joey Oglesby ... Guy Raston

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Zach Roerig ... Cash
Anthony Solomon ... Charles

Aaron Spivey-Sorrells ... Coach Spivey

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

Gary Teague ... Dillon Panther Football Booster

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy

Sinqua Walls ... Jamarcus Hall

Drew Waters ... Wade Aikmen

Eric Alfio ... Panther Football Player #84 (uncredited)
Stacy Lynn Austin ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)
Justin Brown ... Panther Trainer Manager (uncredited)

Kimberly Lynn Campbell ... Stadium Fan / Kimberly (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)
Tiasha Colton ... Office Worker (uncredited)
James Crowell ... E.R. Patient (uncredited)

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
James P. Rice ... Football Fan / Cougars' Locker Room Guard (uncredited)

Brighton Sharbino ... Emotional Fan (uncredited)

Saxon Sharbino ... Emotional Fan (uncredited)
Melanie Stovall ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Jordan Strassner ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: It Ain't Easy Being J.D. McCoy

5 November 2008
After witnessing a hazing incident involving his new starting quarterback, Coach Taylor sets a task before his team captain, Tim Riggins, the job of making J. D. McCoy feel more comfortable with the team. Matt's comfort level with his new position on the bench is felt by everyone close to him, including Julie as they continue to grow closer together. Tyra sings a different tune after her new boyfriend's family shows up on her doorstep.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Wyatt Ellis ... Bass Player #1

Chloë Evans ... Jolene
Preston Flagg ... Daryl
Conner C. Hanson ... Bass Player #2

Stephanie Hunt ... Devin Corrigan
Chloe Jacobs ... Rally Girl (Jolene)
Tamara Jolaine ... Erin

Caleb Landry Jones ... Jimmy Adler (as Caleb Jones)

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Brent McGregor ... Kurt Kastor

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy
Lisa Marie Newmyer ... Ali

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader

Zach Roerig ... Cash
Anthony Solomon ... Charles

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen
Jordan Strassner ... Cheerleader

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy

Sinqua Walls ... Jamarcus Hall
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette

Eric Alfio ... Panther Football Player #84 (uncredited)
Stacy Lynn Austin ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)

Tony Bottorff ... Dillon Coach #3 (uncredited)
Justin Brown ... Panther Trainer Manager (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)
Randy Coy ... Panther Booster (uncredited)

Parker Danks ... School Bus Rider (uncredited)
James P. Rice ... Football Fan (uncredited)

Jessica Roth ... Church Attendee (uncredited)

Chad Sellers ... Trainer / Manager (uncredited)
Melanie Stovall ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Gary Teague ... Football Fan (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Keeping Up Appearances

12 November 2008
Coach Taylor has difficulties in the relationship between his new starting quarterback and the kid's father, while his starting fullback presents difficulties for Tami. Buddy's two younger children are nothing but difficult on a planned visit and Jason stands pat on his price for Buddy's house that he and his pals are trying to flip.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Galen Flemons ... Wendell Foley

Scott Jefferies ... Grant Halbert

Caleb Landry Jones ... Jimmy Adler (as Caleb Jones)

Kate Krause ... Tabby Garrity

Denise Lee ... Chandra Hall

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy

Wilbur Penn ... Sherman Hall

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

Joey Truty ... Little Buddy Garrity

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy

Sinqua Walls ... Jamarcus Hall

Eric Alfio ... Panther Football Player #84 (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)

Tony Bottorff ... Dillon Coach #3 (uncredited)
Justin Brown ... Panther Trainer Manager (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)

Karina Clark ... Desiree (uncredited)

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy (uncredited)
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (uncredited)
Jason Elinoff ... Airport security (uncredited)
Preston Flagg ... Daryl (uncredited)

Stephanie Hunt ... Devin Corrigan (uncredited)
Tamara Jolaine ... Erin (uncredited)
Earl Nottingham ... Older Man (uncredited)
Michael Pasvar ... Mustang Linebacker (uncredited)

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Melanie Stovall ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Jordan Strassner ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Char Elise Verte ... Stadium Fan (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: New York, New York

19 November 2008
Tami considers new living surroundings, while Eric considers a temporary replacement for Mac, who collapses on the field during practice. Tyra considers her options between following her dream and following her boyfriend, while Jason considers investing his share of the profits from flipping Buddy Garrity's house in his future by taking a trip to the East Coast.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity (credit only)

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke (credit only)

Scott Porter ... Jason Street

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Sinqua Walls ... Jamarcus

Blue Deckert ... Mac McGill
Tamara Jolaine ... Erin

Drew Waters ... Wade Aikmen
Preston Flagg ... Daryl
Anthony Solomon ... Charles
Galen Flemons ... Wendell Foley

Kristin Malko ... Assistant
Cindy Creekmore ... Missy Aubrey
Lainie Frasier ... Mrs. Laura Davidson
Armand Anthony ... Well Dressed Man

Rao Rampilla ... Cabbie (as R.N. Rao)
Stephen Gregory Fuller ... Booster
James V. Miller ... Cab Driver #2
Gary Cherkassky ... Hot Dog Vendor Sidekick (as Igor Cherkassky)
Héctor Arias ... Cheap Suit Salesman
John Durando ... Suit Salesman

Scott Jefferies ... Grant Halbert (as Scott Jeffries)

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garritty

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy

Kevin Rankin ... Herc

Anna Rapp ... Baby Noah

Zach Roerig ... Cash

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette (credit only)

Eric Alfio ... Panther Football Player #84 (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)

Tony Bottorff ... Dillon Coach #3 (uncredited)
Justin Brown ... Panther Trainer Manager (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)
Ashley Klein ... College Student (uncredited)

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette (uncredited)

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Jordan Strassner ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Game of the Week

3 December 2008
Lila is put off when Tim puts off a college recruiter; Tim is put off when his brother's impending marriage is over and takes it out on Tim's truck; Tyra is put off by Cash's actions when they go out on the road together, and Coach Taylor is all but put off by being selected as the game of the week for television during an important playoff game.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Kim Dickens ... Shelby Saracen

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity

Zach Roerig ... Cash

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins

Sinqua Walls ... Jamarcus Hall

Louanne Stephens ... Mrs. Saracen

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette

Libby Villari ... Mayor Rodell
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley

Drew Waters ... Wade Aikmen
Anthony Solomon ... Charles

George Hertzberg ... Scotty Simms
Nora Resnick ... April Keenan (as Nora Jessamyn)

Brooke Peoples ... Justin Girl
William Akey ... TV Interviewer
Brent Craft ... Jenkins
Thres Jarosek ... Kid Spectator
Rick Riel ... Poker Player

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy
Justin Brown ... Panther Trainer Manager
Randy Coy ... Panther Booster
Duane Johnson ... Bar Jock / Hotel Guest

Gary Teague ... Rodeo Spectator

Eric Alfio ... Panther Football Player #84 (uncredited)
Stacy Lynn Austin ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)

Tony Bottorff ... Dillon Coach #3 (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)
Gary Jerome ... Press Reg (uncredited)

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
James P. Rice ... Football Fan (uncredited)
Robin Lee Walper ... Board Meeting Attendee (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Giving Tree

10 December 2008
Buddy loses his cool over a deal gone sour and wrecks the local strip joint, which causes Lila to lose her cool and walk out on him after he gets out of jail, while Julie's parents try to not lose their cool over catching her in bed with Matt, Landry loses his cool over Tyra's using him, and Coach Taylor loses his cool when the refs turn a blind eye to his playoff game.

Kyle Chandler ... Eric Taylor

Connie Britton ... Tami Taylor

Zach Gilford ... Matt Saracen

Minka Kelly ... Lyla Garrity

Taylor Kitsch ... Tim Riggins

Adrianne Palicki ... Tyra Collette

Jesse Plemons ... Landry Clarke

Aimee Teegarden ... Julie Taylor

Jeremy Sumpter ... J.D. McCoy

D.W. Moffett ... Joe McCoy

Janine Turner ... Katie McCoy

Brad Leland ... Buddy Garrity
Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... Angela Collette

Derek Phillips ... Billy Riggins
Anthony Solomon ... Charles
Preston Flagg ... Daryl

Drew Waters ... Wade Aikmen

Stephanie Hunt ... Devin Corrigan
Timothy F. Crowley ... Coach Crowley (as Tim Crowley)

Whitney Hoy ... Madison Balman

Caleb Landry Jones ... Jimmy Adler (as Caleb Jones)
Craig Kotfas ... Al

Andrew Sensenig ... Russell Flaherty

Mark Dalton ... Skeevy Cowboy

Susan Roberts ... Judge
Jordan Strassner ... Rachel
Billy Schott ... Referee

David Cowgill ... Slammin' Sammy

Eric Alfio ... Panther Football Player #84 (uncredited)
Nathan Bayless ... Flag Runner (uncredited)

Tony Bottorff ... Dillon Coach #3 (uncredited)
Justin Brown ... Panther Trainer Manager (uncredited)

Chris Caulier ... Football Player (uncredited)
Gary Jerome ... Press Reg (uncredited)
Andrew Jacobi Jeter ... Student (uncredited)

Jeremy James Douglas Norton ... Buckley Bison Bar Patron (uncredited)

Stacey Oristano ... Mindy Collette (uncredited)

Mackenzie Reed ... Cheerleader (uncredited)
James P. Rice ... Football Fan (uncredited)
Robin Lee Walper ... Football Fan / Player's Mother (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall

17 December 2008
Buddy tries to use Tim to get to Lila, who's still mad about losing her college fund to a business deal and it gets worse when she finds she's been accepted by the college she's always dreamed of. Buddy also enlists the power of the Dillon Panthers boosters in order to re-draft the line proposed by the school district when a new East Dillon High School is proposed. Landry and Tyra bond over Tyra's sister's wedding, while J.D. and his father don't exactly see eye to eye over the girl in J.D.'s life