Friday Night Lights

Season 3 Episode 11

A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall

Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Dec 17, 2008 on DirecTV



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Landry: Tyra, do you want to remind me again why Mindy thinks that it's a good idea to have a party outside in December?
      Tyra: Yeah, remind me again why my sister thinks it's a good idea to marry Billy Riggins?
      Landry: That is a good point.
      Tyra: That's a really good point.

    • Landry: Can I say something?
      Tyra: Mm-hum.
      Landry: Most, most girls that look like you do, things are easy, they can just coast by on their good looks for the rest of their lives and not really have to, not really have to worry. I mean, I know it sounds stupid, but I'm, I'm proud of how hard you've been working for this it, I mean, it says something. I just, I think good things are gonna happen to you, you just have to keep going.
      Tyra: Thank you. (pause) Still think I'm good looking though, right?
      Landry: You've still, you've still, you've.. you know, yeah. I think you're still okay.
      (Tyra starts to laugh.)
      Tyra: Okay? Thanks. Grr. (She fake threaten him with the knife she is holding.)

    • Landry: I don't mean to step on your toes or anything but you might want to try cutting those a little bit thinner because cucumber sandwiches are kind of delicate.
      Tyra: Really?
      Landry: Did I just lose a lot of man points for that?
      Tyra: You know, I try not to keep count, but yeah, yeah you did.
      Landry: Did I tell you that I'm in a band though?
      Tyra: See there's like 40,000 man points, see, so you'Re in the black.

    • Grandma Saracen: I didn't want to go to the market now. I'm missing Oprah. They're doing live makeovers. Maybe you could learn something.

    • Time: I'm hitting the sheets. Want to come?
      Lyla: I can't. I have a rematch (on MarioKart). Aren't you gonna watch?
      Tim: No.
      Lyla: Okay. Goodnight Grandpa.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Episode Title: A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall

      A song by Bob Dylan from the album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.