Friday Night Lights

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Season 1, Ep 19, Aired 3/21/07
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  • Episode Description
  • 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.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Adrianne Palicki

    Tyra Collette

  • Aimee Teegarden

    Julie Taylor

  • Connie Britton

    Tami Taylor

  • Gaius Charles

    Brian "Smash" Williams

  • Jesse Plemons

    Landry Clarke

  • Fan Reviews (8)
  • Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

    By erin805, Apr 05, 2007

  • Well, this episode didn't really have a plot of it's own - except for the Tim/next door mom development at the end. Still, everything was handled so beautifully that it just didn't matter.

    By mdkeep19, Mar 24, 2007

  • One of the best character episodes of Friday Night Lights, which captures the best moments of life with such casual sincerity and insight, that I'm simply in awe.

    By Insightful_One, Mar 24, 2007

  • Amazing!!!

    By haleyscott, Mar 23, 2007

  • The character development in this series is amazing.

    By candrchristie, Mar 22, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (12)

    • Jason: (to Matt) You hit the slants, you hit the posts, they'll respect you - you hit this pattern, they will fear you!

    • Matt: Alright, so maybe my problems aren't as big as your all's but...look, I'm just not going to be able to take this team any further. Bryan's line is huge, I may have gotten us to the semi finals but that's it. I am going to let this whole town down. Their defense line could probably beat me in the forty. I don't understand how I can help. I'd be doin' better off on the bench. Jason: Saracen, you wanna play big you have to think big, alright? I'll show you how.

    • (watching Matt and Smash passed out on the field) Riggins: That is soo Brokeback, man. (Street laughs) Riggins: Friends? Street: Yeah. Always. Texas forever. Riggins: Texas forever, man.

    • Julie: I've been moving around my entire life, and for the first time...it just felt like I was at home. And..and..I know going to Austin and being some college football coach is your dream. But I have dreams too...and they're coming true right here. Eric: I hear ya...

    • Waverly: So basically they diagnosed me with a bipolar disorder. Smash: A bipolar disorder? Waverly: Yeah. Smash: So last year when you was in Africa. Waverly: No, I wasn’t in Africa. I was staying by my Aunt’s place in Dallas. They put me in this like outreach program at St. Vincent’s hospital. Smash: So that means—what does that mean?

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    Trivia (2)

    • When Tyra and her mother are in the diner, they leave because her mother doesn't want to be with "all these dads and daughters with their flowers" a 'dad' is shown sitting at a table. They leave and go almost immediately to the father-daughter dance, they skip the line. But on the dance floor, the dad from the diner(this time with his glasses on) is already calmly dancing with his daughter.(twin brother?)

    • Stonehenge II Susan: How about Stonehenge II? Jason and Susan go to visit Stonehenge II. Stonehenge II is a replica of the original Stonehenge monument. It can be found in Hunt, Texas.

    Allusions (3)

    • Seabiscuit Landry: You're his Seabiscuit. Seabiscuit is the story of a race horse by the same name that went from being nothing to being a winner and admired by many.

    • (When he and Jason see Smash and Matt sleeping next to each other after spending the night partying at the stadium) Tim: That is so Brokeback! Reference to the movie Brokeback Mountain, which starred Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhall as cowboys who become homosexual lovers as they go to that particular location every now and then to keep their affair secret.

    • The title of this show Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes is an allusion to a David Bowie song called Changes. "Changes" was a single by David Bowie, taken from the album Hunky Dory. "Changes" is one of Bowie’s best-known songs. Released in 1972.

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