And now we know why Landry's college plans were not mentioned last year. I don't remember him being a junior, but I am glad we have him again.
East Dillon is far inferior. The one thing that surprised me and somewhat disappointed me was the shape the school was in and the timeline. They show Coach first showing up in August, which makes no sense to me at all. I realize the last school year didn't end until May/June, but still.
The Dillon/East Dillon thing somewhat bothers me because IMO it goes against the smalltown feel the show originally had.
I loved Tammy this episode as well Wayne, especially at the coin toss. I totally knew that would happen.
JD. He is playing the part well of a rich, spoiled teen. I read we won't see his mother much or at all this season. I wonder if they will explain that.
I agree about Julie pushing the envelope a bit, but for some reason I think the town of Dillon might be fine with it. Eric and Tammy are another story.
I'm surprised that East Dillon is open. The differences between the Panthers and the Lions also shows the impact of the Boosters.
Where will Tim end up living? With Matt? With Buddy Garridy? I LOL'ed at him running around chasing Wade on that golf cart.
The Lions game broke my heart. Those poor players were so beat up. The previews for next week show the team giving up on Eric since he gave up on them at the half. This should be powerful. I can't wait for Tim to hopefully take the place of the Sears coach, even though I thought that was pretty funny. I was certain it would be Mac who went over to East Dillon, but surprised and happy that the other coach did.
And LOL at the Mustard "Puke" nursery. Agree with you about the Tim morning scenes. For Tim Riggins, I can look beyond the hair.
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