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As an English person who’s just recently started watching Friday Night Lights that was a real shock. Obviously it’s fictional and about the football team, but that people know who the players are, and they talk to TV news cameras, and the Official Leader American Shirt entire town goes to games … I’m not even sure if my high school had a football team. I think the idolization of high school athletes is a little misplaced and over the top, but I did love growing up and going to the football games and seeing everyone I know. It was a really nice community building time. I would go and screw around with my friends and eat ice cream while pretending to be cheerleaders. And you saw everyone you knew, got to catch up, made new friends. It was a great time. Plus, our high school marching band was killer, they’d put on an awesome halftime show.
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