In Steven's Office, Principal Harper is attempting to placate Blob Senior. "Of course we care about your feelings, Mr. Banks," he's saying as Coach Kevin arrives. "It's a pleasure to meet you," Kevin says, but it does not seem to be mutual: "My daughter already faces enough humiliation, Mr. Riley, without exposing herself to…" Kevin says he doesn't think she'll be humiliated. "You're asking her to get into a ring. Like a circus." Kevin says, "I'm going to betray a confidence here. Perhaps I shouldn't, but…your daughter's been getting into fights. Boys are calling her The Titanic, and she's beating them up. I think we can agree that her self-esteem is already not too great." Mr. Banks wants to know how wrestling will help. "My bet? She's going to do very well in wrestling. You taught her well. This could be something for her to excel at." Blob Senior considers: "What about the boys on the team? She told me they don't want her." Kevin's got all the answers today, though: "If she helps us win matches, they'll come around. You have my word. If I think this isn't affecting her positively, I'll take her off the team." Mr. Banks has one last question: "How could she possibly be ready to wrestle today?" Kevin's all, "Mr. Banks, do you have any idea how strong your daughter is?"
The hallway. Daddy-No-Lita is getting the update from Ms. Souter. "They're arresting him now?" Marilyn says they are. "Does my mother know?" Marilyn says, "They're telling her. And some detectives are going to be coming here. They'll need to get some information from you. Do you feel up to that?" Jody says, "I don't know. I have to talk to them?" She still sounds like a liar to me, but I now realize that she's just a really bad actress who is fine at sounding tearful and hesitant, but lacks any emotional depth. I just don't buy her suffering at all. Anyway, Marilyn tells her she does have to talk to the detectives (so why'd you ask if she was up to it?), and Jody starts to walk away. Ms. Souter says, "Jody. You ever seen one of those sappy movies about teachers where the teacher says lean on me as a friend if you ever need to? Do that. Okay? I'm here." Daddy-No-Lita hugs her teacher.
The locker room. For some reason, a zinger from Scott is sexual harassment, whereas both Kevin and Mr. Banks being in the girls' locker room is just fine. "They'll laugh at you," Blob Senior is saying to his daughter. She points out that they laugh at her already. "Wrestling is not for girls. It's humiliating." She says, "What do you want? For me to put on a pretty pink dress? Be a cheerleader? I'm fat, Daddy. Beyond that, I'm not good at anything. I can be good at this." He repeats that he thinks it's humiliating. "For who? You?" she says. I guess she wins the argument, because he looks away, probably knowing she can body-slam him.