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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by NBC

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Drama | Sport

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8 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The actor who plays Morris 'Mo' McArnold in this episode, Peter Berg, is also a creator and executive producer and sometime writer and director of "Friday Night Lights." See more »

Goofs

In the restaurant, Mo McArnold asks the waiter for a "bottle of good whiskey", but the audio is out of sync with his lips, and he appears to say "bottle of Glenlivet". See more »

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The Tether & The Tie
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Written by Richard Buckner
Performed by Richard Buckner
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