Your parents, your grandparents, your cousin, your baby brother, your barista, your dentist, your dog—they all make the same gleeful expression when the show gets mentioned. There is a fanaticism about the show that is rare even by Beloved Cult TV standards. But the duo—who both talk about the show in the reverent, joyous way that you or your friends might talk about your favorite teacher in high school—both said, to awkwardly slide a football metaphor in here, that they believe the clock has run out. I asked both where they think their characters would be now, five years since we left them, after the series finale in 2011. I think he’d have, hopefully, a simple life.” And would he be with Tyra, his character’s sometimes love interest (played by Adrianne Palicki)? It’d be hilarious to have little Riggins-and-Tyra kids. Kelly said that her character probably ended up staying in Nashville after attending Vanderbilt University, which is how we left Lyla.
No, the group came together—in an effort facilitated by Marriott Rewards—to compete in a grueling Spartan Race, which required advance training involving spear-throwing, rope-climbing, monkey-bar-conquering, and other components. Kitsch is also known for his work in television, he portrayed Tim Riggins in the NBC series Friday Night Lights (2006–2011), starred in the second season of the HBO series True Detective as Paul Woodrugh, and appeared in the television film The Normal Heart (2014) as Bruce Niles.In 2006, Kitsch was cast in his breakout role on the NBC sports teen drama television series Friday Night Lights, based on Peter Berg's 2004 film of the same name and set in the fictional town of Dillon, Texas. When I asked if she thinks Riggins and Lyla—who dated Tim on and off—are over for good, she suggested that “maybe [Riggins] is with Tyra now.” But after I told her that I always liked Riggins and Lyla as a pair, she reconsidered. I don’t know, maybe they do end up back together, maybe he gets his shit together, and they work things out. There's no balance right now — it's nothing but work. Your costars in include Willem Dafoe, Thomas Haden Church, and Bryan Cranston. But Willem's married, and so is Cranston, so I don't really know if they'd want to be out in the shit. Oh man, I don't really have a life at the moment, to be honest with you. I had a friend who called that being "disarmingly charming." Or armingly. They've all got very dry senses of humor, which are the best in my opinion. Will you allow our web designer, Ellie, to touch them?