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Friday Night Lights returns to NBC tonight for Season 4. It's already aired on DirecTV and I've seen it. Obviously, you guys know I think it's a top-notch show, but here's what others have to say. Entertainment Weeklygives the series an A. The New York Daily Newsgives the season four stars. Respected TV critic Alan Sepinwallsays, "Fans without DirecTV have to wait longer for each season, but having seen all 13 episodes already, I can assure you that the wait will be worth it." The Philadelphia Daily Newssays, "When I reviewed the DirecTV season premiere back in October, I'd seen one, maybe two, episodes of the new season. (Season 5, scheduled to be the show's last, reportedly begins filming this summer.) Now that I've seen all 13 (several more than once), I can at least tell those who didn't get to see it in its first run that this new-to-you season of Friday Night Lights is more than worth the wait."
Minka Kelly :: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
In honor of the show's return, FatPickled.com is looking at the best sports-themed shows of all-time.
One More FNL Note...
Bruce Drennan hosts a weekday talk show on Cleveland's Sports Time Ohio called "All Bets Are Off with Bruce Drennan." After the team's 5-4 loss to Toronto Wednesday, he put on one of the greatest performances you'll ever see.
Bruce Drennan Is My New Favorite Person Ever
The Danny Aingetowel incident from earlier this week continues to provide great material. The latest example is this piece from YesNetwork.com on the top nine towel uses in sports history.
Sports And Towels
Iron Sheik, Bob Backlund :: YouTube
Will Ferrell pitched for the Round Rock Express (Triple-A affiliate of the Houston Astros) last night, but he only lasted one pitch before being ejected.
Apparently, Mark Cubanis a big fan of the Girls Gone Wild franchise.
This Should Make David Stern Happy
Sportscape.tv says they've put together "simply the greatest collection of sports look-alikes ever." You be the judge.
So Many Similarities
Dwight Howard does a LeBron James impersonation before last night's Hawks-Magic game. (Thanks to Andrew, of Woodinville, Washington, for the tip.)
Sports Video Of The Day
Here is this week's Unnecessary Censorship.
Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
Since I used the screengrab above, I figured I'd give you a chance to relive that classic match in which The Iron Sheik won the WWF title from Bob Backlund after Backlund's manager threw in the towel. Plus, it's nice to listen to Gorilla Monsoon every now and then.
Wrestling Video Of The Day