"Did you say it? ‘I love you. I don’t ever want to be without you. You changed my life.’ Did you say it? Make a plan. Set a goal. Work toward it. But every now and then, look around. Drink it in, because - this is it. It might all be gone tomorrow."
Me neither, this show ruined my life, I’m French, I’m not supposed to call this a sport or even football.
This perfect tag comes from finnickodimples actually and it’s the best.
get to know me meme : [3/5] favorite tv shows → Friday Night Lights
"Gentlemen, the time has come for me to move on. I will always remember the feeling of that hot breeze slapping my face as I walked onto the field on a hot Friday night in Texas… The sizzle of the hot dogs grilling up the concession stand… The smell of the grass… The vibrations from the bleachers as the crowd first roars… And all of your hopeful eyes shining out from underneath those helmets. And you will always be part of me. In my heart and my soul, you are my family. I ask only this of you: Wherever you go, whatever you do, remember this time. Remember this time, when together, we accomplished the impossible. I know wherever I go, whatever I do, I will take these memories with me. I will cherish these memories. Always."
je suis prest
-I could be your home.
- …..Have a safe flight.
And for the first time in my life it felt like someone actually gave a shit. And that that person was worth trying for. I love you, Jal. You’re my whole world.
It’s not complicated. I just want it to be over, John.
'Friday Night Lights' allows men these tremendous vulnerabilities not because the show believes that men are weak, but because it knows they are strong.
Boys in Dillon, Tex., drink too much, they pretend that they are thinking about buying motorcycles, they distance themselves from the girls they love. Men cheat, push their children too hard and take too long to do right by the women they love so much.
But unlike the anti-heroes who dominate so many cable dramas or the action heroes who shoot their ways through big screen after big screen, the good boys and men of “Friday Night Lights” get over these behaviors. Their need to prove their masculinity is the thing of a moment, or at worst, something they conquer after considerable trouble.
“Sometimes I’ll make decisions about things I want to do [as an actor], and I suppose [my mother] doesn’t really understand a lot of it. If I don’t get a part or something, she’ll say, “You didn’t smile enough.” [laughs]" - Iain de Caestecker
Clémence Poésy - Pablo - Autumn/Winter 2014
There is a French novel mentionning Friday Night Lights, Coach Taylor and Tim Riggins. *screams*