Friday Night Lights (2006– )
Referenced by name
Ian's photo is taken from this (he mentions both the movie and series)
On the date with Andy, Dr. Kitson says she's considering her options for the rest of the evening and her PJs and the Friday Night Lights box set are winning hands down.
Kathy mentions the petitions that were used to bring the show back.
Referenced by one of the NBC executives
title reference/football plot
Referenced by green Kenneth with his pamflets
Scott Porter's role as Jason Street mentioned
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "TV Show Settings by State"
Oscar claims that one of the actresses on "Glee" has "been in a couple of episodes of "Friday Night Lights."
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned by Robert De Niro in the opening monologue
Frank mentions fans sending the network lightbulbs to help save the show
Max says he knows that there's alcohol at high school parties because he watches "Friday Night Lights".
Connie Britton and Jason Katims are introduced as being from the show
Garrison Cootes mentions buying the DVD of all five seasons of the show.
Referenced in the "Someone Like You" segment
Lisa watches a stack of "Friday Night Lights" DVDs.
Gigi (about homecoming in Bluebell): "It's like Friday Night Lights - but without all the depressing parts!"
"Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose"
mentioned in dialogue
"Watch Friday Night Lights" is written on the blackboard in Jess' classroom as an alternative to sexual intercourse.
Rainn Wilson says that he saw a harsh Little League dad and wondered whether he had ever seen an episode of the show
character Eric Taylor is referenced in clue in "The TV Character's Job" category
Chelsea mentions the show by name.
Jay mentions that Michael B. Jordan was on the show
Liv somehow compares Maddie's revenge plot to the series
Mentioned in dialogue
Nick calls Winston "Jason Street".
Leslie lists "Friday Night Lights" as her favorite TV show.
Jimmy and Taylor Kitsch refer to Kitsch's former series
Coach Taylor mentioned
Mentioned by Tosh
Correct response in "It's the Big Show" category
"Clear eyes. Giant teeth. Can't lose!" sign
Cam compares Mitchell to Connie Britton's role on "Friday Night Lights", also this episode's title is a reference to FNL's "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts" catchphrase.
Danny Saracen's surname is named after the character Matt Saracen, from the NBC football drama "Friday Night Lights," which also examines the lives of several high school students over the course of several years.
one of the teams the Comebacks are supposed to play; sequence mentioning them filmed in the same fashion