Girls of Friday Night Lights (PICTURES): Minka Kelly, Adrianne Palicki, Aimee Teegarden

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In honor of tonight’s final episode of “Friday Night Lights” we present a picture gallery of the series’ gorgeous women, starting with Minka Kelly as Lyla Garrity. Clear Eyes. Full Hearts! CAN’T LOSE!

Click here for more on the series finale (spoiler alert) and where it goes from here

Go here for more on why Jimmy Clausen might be a real life J.D. McCoy

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Friday Night Lights: Where They Go From Here

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With the airing of the “Friday Night Lights” series finale on Friday (if you watch on NBC, if you watched on DirecTV, skip ahead a little bit), it marks the end of a program that was an enigma to the entire medium of television. It was well written and shot superbly. It featured actors completely committing to their roles and had an intense, die hard following of fans. And yet, the ratings sucked and if it weren’t for the graces of DirecTV and their executives desire to put original programming on their own network (“The 101” as it was called, now it’s been rebranded as the “Audience Network”) the show would have likely been canned after only two seasons. As it was, DirecTV did save the show, we got 5 seasons out of the Dillon Panthers and the East Dillon Lions, got some of the most fleshed out, fully developed characters that has ever been seen on network television and didn’t only learn, but felt the meaning of “Clear Eyes, Full Heart, Can’t Lose.”

As the show winds down, it’s time for our imaginations to flourish. Where the final shot ends, it’s up to us to fill in the rest of the story however we want for Coach Taylor, Tim Riggins, Buddy Garrity, Smash Williams, Vince Howard and Tyra Collette and the rest of the folks that would be the talk of the town in Dillon, Texas, if Dillon, Texas were real.

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2011 Emmy Award Predictions

Today, the 2011 Emmy nominees were announced.

For those that have followed the Emmy’s for the last three years, it is apparent that something is missing.

Breaking Bad.

The hit AMC show’s fourth season premieres this sunday– July 17th– which is outside the time alloted for  shows to be nominated for an Emmy.

Actor Bryan Cranston is three for three in taking home the Emmy for “Best Actor in a Drama.” While co-star Aaron Paul took home the “Best Supporting Actor in a Drama” Emmy  in 2010.

One thing is for sure when handicapping the 2011 Emmy nominees; there will be at least two new winners.

Here are my personal predictions to take home a 2011 Emmy Award.

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