Just as the East Dillon Lions start to perform as a team, the town of Dillon is rocked with the news of the death of Matt's dad. Coach & Mrs Taylor and Julie all do their part to help Matt ... See full summary »

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Just as the East Dillon Lions start to perform as a team, the town of Dillon is rocked with the news of the death of Matt's dad. Coach & Mrs Taylor and Julie all do their part to help Matt weather the storm. Landry & Riggins & the rest all rally to help as well but ultimately Matt must make peace with his dad on his own. Meanwhile Becky connects with Luke after he's been paint-balled by some of his former friends and the two finally... Written by Havan IronOak

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When Kennard is instructing Vince and Calvin how to steal the vehicle, after turning on the vehicle, he says the alternative is to "...hotbox the bitch." Hot boxing involves smoking inside of a closed area (such as a car) in order to increase the effectiveness of whatever is being smoked. The process he was actually referring to is hot wiring a car. See more »

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Your Hand in Mine
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Composed by Christopher Hrasky, Munaf Rayani, Mark Thomas Smith, and Michael Aaron James
Performed by Explosions in the Sky
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Touched me to the bone, it made me shiver
9 December 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Im not sure why I'm typing this. I'm not gonna talk about the acting in this episode. but i feel like i have to say something since i've never cried about a movie or TV-series ever. today was the first time, I don't know why and I don't know how. I just think this episode really caught me to the bone. I guess it might be because a friend of mine lost his father due to some horrible circumstances. I think the plot of this episode was amazingly done and an other thing is that the hurt in the episode seems so real and so believable that it just caught me in my heart. I do think however that if u've seen just this episode or just a few episodes of Friday night lights u won't feel the same way that I did, because you don't fully comprehend what Mart's life was about and how he lived it. So I guess the conclusion to this is: if u wanna attend this episode to it's full emotional potential you should watch the entire show or at least enough to get an emotional picture about Mart because we all watch TV drama series to find something familiar or of interest to ourself that we can rely or see ourselves in.\

yours sincerely Martijn from Holland


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