Friday Night Lights

Season 1 Episode 10

It's Different for Girls

Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Dec 12, 2006 on The 101



  • Trivia

    • The cheerleading contest is at Strahan Coliseum on the campus of Texas State University in San Marcos, TX. This is the home of Texas State Bobcat D1 mens and womens basketball and volleyball.

    • The team Dillon played in this episode (in the video highlights) is the Cedar Park Timberwolves from Cedar Park, TX in real life.

      Cedar Park is a suburb of Austin similar to Pflugerville, where the show is shot/based. Cedar Park and Pflugerville are both in district 14-5A and play each other every year.

    • Matt and Julie are watching The Office, an NBC show that airs on Thursday nights. The episode that they are watching is called "Grief Counseling".

    • Brittany's web page is titled THE OFFICIAL LYLA GARRITY SLAM PAGE

  • Quotes

    • Julie: Don't worry. He's all bark and no bite. Most of the time. How about uh you come over tomorrow night?
      Matt: I mean, is that gonna be ok with your Mom and your Dad 'cause I don't know—if
      Julie: Matt, you gotta get out of that mindset, otherwise, he's just gonna squash this, whatever—whatever this is

    • Coach Taylor: You won't be going out with Matt Saracen on Saturday because Matt Saracen is gonna be with me at the cheerleading thing.
      Julie Taylor: Are you serious?

    • Smash: Look, I'm just here to bring out the welcome wagon. (Waverly gives Smash a look) Hold up, Waverly?
      Waverly: Hello, Brian
      Smash: Damn girl, look, I don't know where you've been but time's sure been good to you.
      Waverly: Well, Thank You. It's been a while, I know.

    • Smash: How about it, QB1? Think you can get the V-chip out of Julie before I can work my magic?
      Matt: I think you should shut up.
      Smash: Oh, come on, man. What, you afraid of a little bet or something?
      Matt: I think it's a good time to stop talking.
      (Smash and Matt both look over and see Coach Taylor)

    • Jake: (speaking to Jason) Can you walk?
      Mrs. Dunn: Jake, that's not very nice.
      Jake: Sorry.

    • Jason: Hey.
      Lyla: Hi.
      Jason: I have nothing to say to you. Don't come back here.

    • Lyla: What are you doing? Don't you know you're sitting with the school slut?
      Tim: Let them look, Lyla. I don't care.
      Lyla: It's different for girls. You can sleep around all you want and people think you're cool. I make one mistake—and it was a mistake. Tim you're making it worse. You can't be here.

    • Tyra: What the hell was that?
      Tim: What are you talking about?
      Tyra: Sitting with Lyla in the cafeteria. Don't you know you're just making this worse for her?
      Tim: Yeah, she kind of just mentioned that.
      Tyra: Then why don't you stay away from her, then?
      Tim: Stay out of it.
      Tyra: You're in love with her. Yeah.

    • Tami: It was medieval; you know it was like the Scarlet Letter or something watching that girl walk across the cafeteria and everybody just glared at her.
      Coach Taylor: That's High School; at least they didn't burn her at the goal post.

    • Tami Taylor: Honey, will you stop pacing please?
      Coach Taylor: What do you suppose they're doing in there?
      Tami Taylor: Probably having sex (giggles)
      Coach Taylor: That's not funny.
      Tami Taylor: Well, it's a little bit funny.

    • Tim: I guess—I guess what I came here to tell you is that Lyla is completely in love with you and always has been and always will be. She's going through hell right now, Street. Hell.
      Jason: I'm sure she is.
      Tim: People at school are just ripping on her. I mean, she quit cheer. She's losing it. And I know it means probably nothing coming from me, but I thought you should know.
      Jason: Well, I'm sure you can help her out with that.

    • Waverly: You know. I don't think you spent that money on a SAT class.
      Smash: Yeah, well, I'm, (Waverly giggles) I'm starting to think you didn't go to Africa.

  • Notes

    • Music in the Episode:

      School Band - Gary Glitter's Rock and Roll (Part 2)
      José González - Storm
      Nelly Furtado - Maneater
      Stereophonics - Rewind

  • Allusions

    • The Scarlet Letter

      Tami: It was medieval; you know it was like the Scarlet Letter or something…
      Tami alludes to the way Lyla is being treated to the Scarlet Letter.
      The Scarlet Letter written by Nathaniel Hawthorne. A story set in Puritan New England in the seventeenth century, about a character named Hester Prynne, who gives birth after committing adultery. She refuses to name the father and has to deal with ridicule for the choices that she's made.

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