3×8 New York, New York

In our first episode of Clear Eyes – Full Hearts, we see Street and Riggins making a trip to New York City, Matt Saracen trying to find a way back on the field after being demoted to QB2, and Tyra struggling with decision between going to college and a relationship with Cash the Cowboy.

Listen and and then leave feedback either here in the comments, by emailing at fnlpodcast@gmail.com, or by leaving a voice mail at 646-495-9205  x95469

SHOW NOTES:

Zach Gilford interview on Chelsae Lately
Scott Porter blogs the episode New York, New York.
Taylor Kitsch as Gambit in the new Wolverine movie.

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Comments

Hey FNLPodcast,

I just downloaded the show and I will listen as soon as possible. Can’t wait to listen to the show and watch FNL tomorrow night (or possibly on DVR in the coming days).

Eric, ripcordnews.com

Listened to the podcast, and I liked it a lot.

Can’t wait for next week’s episode.

The influence of characters on other characters is huge. The characters of Wade and Joe McCoy have influence on JD. I also agreed with how Matt Saracen took a stance about his position on the field, I side you never see from him. This brings me to the influence of Julie on not only Matt, but Coach Taylor!
Totally agree with you about Tyra and her men situations. She is a character who depends on them, but is extremely independent at the same time!
I never knew the NYC scene was not contracted, a just go with it scene!
The true high school experience would never be like the way its portrayed in the TV show.. such as Tim leaving for NY and constantly drinking beer. However, Taylor Kitsch (Tim Riggins) shows real emotions and that is why this show is great!
Considering that the show airs on Friday Nights, I never realized the demographic situation of who is watching the show.. great point!
The love podcast!!

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