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10 Things About "Friday Night Lights" That Will Leave You With Clear Eyes and A Full Heart

Friday Night Lights was one of the most criminally underrated shows on television. It wasn't until it got cancelled that we all started to appreciate the magic the Dillon Panthers brought us. Smash Williams, Jason Street, Tim Riggins, and Matt Saracen all gave us a love of football, even if we never thought it possible. Plus, Tami Taylor is the guidance counselor we all needed but never got. Here are some things about Friday Night Lights that will leave you screaming "CLEAR EYES, FULL HEARTS, CAN'T LOSE!"1. Life Imitating ArtPop SugarTim Riggins lead a troubled life and even found

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10 Best Lines From "Whose Line Is It Anyway"

This was arguably one of the only comedy shows from the late '90s to early '00s that required you to have a box of tissues handy to dab away all those tears of joy. If you're one to be easily offended, this show was probably not your favorite. BuzzFeedSee what I mean? Now that's not to say everything in this show was offensive, but anything can happen when many scenes are improvised. It wasn't just what they said that was funny, but how they said it. Here are 10 lines that will have you missing the first version of Whose

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10 "Age Test" Combinations That Only People Over 20 Can Solve

I can guarantee that anyone who grew up in the '90s and early '00s can understand why these side-by-side images are linked together. Don't expect the answers, but you might find them in the comments. 10. This is like trying to fix the slinky your friend tangled up. Difficult, but not impossible. Premicom / Tombow USA9. This one taught me patience and perseverance. Pinimg / Echo News8. BILL, BILL, BILL, BILL. There's no one we rooted for more. Reddit / Wikipedia7. Was this supposed to be fun? You might as well spin someone around a thousand times, it'll produce the same effect. Vancity

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10 Stars You Definitely Forgot Were On "7th Heaven"

For 11 seasons, 7th Heaven gave us feel-good television the whole family could enjoy. The Camden family gave us entertainment week after week, and you can probably remember each storyline vividly. But what you may not remember is the number of rising stars who had guest appearances on the show. 1. UsherFame10In 2002, Usher was already a Grammy Award-winning artist. But no one is too important to appear on 7th Heaven. The music star played a radio DJ named Will in the season 7 episode, "A Cry For Help."2. Aaron CarterThe WBLook, it's everyone's embarrassing crush from their teen

80s

10 Games We Played As Kids That Probably Meant Our Teacher Was Hung Over

Before classrooms were littered with iPads and other fancy electronics, teachers resorted to old-fashioned indoor classroom games that wasted a lot of time. Anything was better than studying or completing worksheets, so we went along with it, but not all these games were as hype as teachers tried to make them. That being said, not all were that bad either. University HospitalsLet's be real though, the ones that were more competitive were the most fun. Here are 10 indoor games that will open the floodgates to some of your favorite, and maybe most-hated, childhood memories. Seven Up (Heads down, thumbs

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Shrek 5 Is Happening, Proving Not All That Glitters Is Gold

Remember when Shrek first came out, and it was the best piece of film you had ever seen in your life? And you consistently repeated the "ogres are like onions" quote ad nauseum? YouTubeAnd when Shrek 2 came out, you wondered how it was possible that a sequel was better than the original? Shrek 2 Drinking GameBut then when Shrek The Third came out you were kinda like "...okay?" It was pretty obvious the only reason they released it was because Justin Timberlake was in it. Mostly MoviesAnd when Shrek Forever After came out, you didn't even know about it.