So when I slip into [my character] Lisa, I'm at odds with this thing down here."She continued, "It's something that I think that she at certain points really questions her decision to keep it, which couldn't be further from my own life.
She told reporters, "I am playing a woman who is pretty detached from the thing that's growing inside her, and I couldn't be more excited about my pregnancy.
While shooting a scene when she jumped out of a car, Louanne says Matt "grabbed my left breast and I know he was hoping that I would let it go and I almost did ...
It’s hard for me to process the fact that, tonight at 9 p.m., one of my favorite television shows will be coming to an end.
“Friday Night Lights” has been brilliant since minute one and, five seasons later, it has remained a joy to watch.
The actor teared up during a public screening of the "State" episode and was seen wiping his eyes after watching an emotional scene between himself, Minka Kelly and Taylor Kitsch during the panel.8.) But Scott will also break your foot!
He may be a softy, but the buff actor also revealed he seriously injured one of the crew members on accident.
That's the motto made famous by "Friday Night Lights" -- but there were some teary eyes in the house when the cast recently reunited in Austin, Texas for the ATX Television Festival. 1.) Scott Porter is an impressive beat boxer The actor, who currently stars on The CW's "Hart of Dixie," couldn't resist showing off some his beatboxing prowess when he took the mic for the press conference.
Connie Britton, Kyle Chandler, Scott Porter and the rest of the cast took part in a fan panel and intimate press conference, where they revealed a bunch of behind-the-scenes secrets from the set of the beloved show ... Apparently, it's something he does often -- see his skills above! Louanne Stephens, who played "Grandma Saracen" on the show, described an incredibly awkward day of filming with her on-screen grandson (played by Zach Gilford).
"You came out and you did the scene anyway, so thank you for that!
"7.) Scott Porter is a cry baby Just because he was in the show, doesn't mean it doesn't make him cry just as much as the rest of us.
However, an agent who had seen her on MTV expressed interest in representing her.
After her agent recommended a move to Los Angeles, Sanchez auditioned and landed roles in the short-lived drama series That Was Then and the sitcom Married to the Kellys.
I mean, I know it’s awkward since many people have seen already finale (it aired earlier this year on Direc TV and also, the season five DVD is already out) but still, people, this is it!