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When Coach Taylor is looking for his hat to leave, Gracie Belle is playing with it. When he reaches down for it, you can see the letters "KMC" written on the inside. These are the initials for Kyle Martin Chandler.
Although credited, Aimee Teegarden does not appear in this episode.
The "war dance" Billy Riggins and the team do in practice is incorrectly labelled as Samoan. It is actually a Maori dance called the Haka, to ward off evil spirits, and the New Zealand rugby league team perform this before every game.
Zach Gilford appears in this episode as Matt Saracen for the first time since season 4.
Scott Porter reprised his role as Jason Street in this episode as a guest star. He has not been seen since episode 3.08 "New York, New York".
The Aveo that Julie smashed into the mailbox is clearly a "stunt double". Right before, as she drives off for College, the front of the car is seen. Immediately after the crash, the vehicle shown is a previous generation vehicle.
I'll Be in the Sky By B.o.B.
Rock Candy by Montrose
Million Bucks by Maino feat. Swizz Beatz
Are the Good Times Really over For Good by John Doe and the Sadies
One Shot by Rollins Band
Freeze Frame by Northern League
Radio Milk How Can You Stand It By White Denim
Horizons by An Horse
Everybody Plays the Fool by The Main Ingredient
Inside It All Feels the Same by Explosions in the Sky
Walkin Blue by Sonic Youth
What You Hide by AM
This episode airs on NBC on May 7, 2010.
The girl that is singing the National Anthem at the opening game of East Dillon sang "...for the land of the free..." It is supposed to be "O'er the land of the free."
This episode aired on NBC on April 10, 2009.
This episode aired on NBC on April 3, 2009.
This episode aired on NBC on March 27, 2009.
Lyla gets her acceptance letter to Vanderbilt University in this episode.
Aimee Teegarden (Julie Taylor) is credited but does not appear in this episode, the first of this season she is absent.
This episode aired on NBC on March 20, 2009.
This episode airs on NBC on March 13, 2009.
Mac MacGill has a heart attack in this episode, and as a result Wade Aikman is appointed temporary assistant head coach.
This episode airs on NBC on March 6, 2009.
This episode airs on NBC on February 27, 2009.
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