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We all love Tami Taylor!

These are
Connie Britton’s favorite Tami
Taylor scenes on
Friday Night LightS 

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“I love the pilot so much. It’s one of the best pilots I’ve ever seen in my life of any show.”

Pilot

Connie Britton

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    on the pilot of friday night lights

Connie Britton

“The scene on the football field where Jason Street gets paralyzed is beautifully shot. To me, that’s one of the most powerful scenes I’ve ever seen.” 

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A scene where Tami and Coach have a disagreement during a barbecue at their house, and she’s “whisper-yelling” at him is one of Britton's favorite season 1 scenes. 

Who’s Your Daddy

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Connie Britton

“It really does kind of capture that relationship because at the end of the day, even with this crazy world swarming around them, it was the two of them at odds but also loving each other and appreciating the humor in the situation and working it out the best they could.” 

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Connie Britton loves the episode where Tami talks to Julie about sex, a really meaningful moment between the mother and daughter. 

I Think We
Should Have Sex

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Connie Britton

“I’ve had a lot of people come up to me and say, ‘That scene helped me talk to my own daughter about sex.’ Even though it was primarily Tami really not knowing how to do it. [Laughs] She did the best she could.”

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 “I loved the final episode and the dynamic between Coach and Tami having to make decisions about their lives.” 

Always

Connie Britton

    on the SEREIS FINALE  of friday night lights

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It was powerful to see, on a show about football life, that the Taylor family decided to follow Tami’s career instead of Coach’s. “I thought that was a very cool arc and ultimate ending for the series and for that relationship,” says Britton.

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