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When I visited my family in Seattle a few years ago, one of the first things I did was drive to nearby North Bend to have some coffee and pie at Twede’s Café, the real-life Double R Diner from
. For my 22nd birthday, I braved the endless Lincoln Tunnel from New York into New Jersey to eat at Holsten’s, the diner featured in the final episode of
table — but it didn’t work, and even if it had, “Don’t Stop Believin’ ” was nowhere to be found.) I took a self-guided
tour in Albuquerque, and all I got was this speck of Walter White’s (fake) blood from an all-time classic episode. I love visiting real-life pop-culture landmarks, even when they’re only minutes from my apartment.
Literally across the street from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, 10 minutes from downtown, even closer to where I currently live, is an abandoned football field. The bleachers are rusted, with trees shooting between the openings. The grass is 2 feet tall. The tall lights that used to shine down on high-school athletes are now temporary homes for birds. At least that’s what the field used to look like. Now it’s been cleaned up for hundreds of
For the fifth and final time, ATX Television Festival brought together the cast of the great football drama for an evening of clear eyes, full hearts, and Lone Stars. The
Tailgate & Pep Rally Blowout — complete with live music, tacos, and a screening of a “fan-favorite episode” — was held on Panthers Field, where much of
was filmed. (It took $10,000 to clean up the grounds, which were in such bad condition, according to
filmed one of its apocalyptic scenes there.”) Zach Gilford, Taylor Kitsch, and Minka Kelly were busy out of town, and Kyle Chandler and Michael J. Jordan were absent, but the reunion was attended by Connie Britton (Tami), Gaius Charles (Smash), Scott Porter (Street), Adrianne Palicki (Tyra), Matt Lauria (Luke), Brad Leland (Buddy), Dora Madison (Becky), Derek Phillips (Billy), and Jesse Plemons (Landry/Lance), among others.
"What It’s Like To Watch The Best ‘Friday Night Lights’ Episode With The Cast On The Field Where It Was Filmed"
I really enjoyed that show. Thanks, Josh!
Great series of articles. I would have voted for the S1 episode where the guys are drinking on the field and Seven is trying to teach Saracen how to throw a god damn out route.
“Look, Saracen: Run the post, run the slant, and they will respect you… run this pattern, and they will fear you.”
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