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Anyway, the offensive coach tosses out signals for Drawlson's next play, but Drawlson doesn't know the signs because he didn't study the playbook like he was supposed to. I can only imagine what real football players must have felt watching this movie. If Drawlson was on an actual football team he…well, he wouldn't be, frankly. Yeah, Killjoy is an evil, rabid nutball, but his criticism of Drawlson's attitude is exactly on the mark. So anyway, Drawlson just comes up with his own play, a flashy maneuver involving lateral throws, the kind of play that football movie directors love but hardly ever actually occur in real games (because they probably don't actually work), and they get the touchdown and win. Of course. Because Drawlson, who doesn't pay attention to the games, ignores the coach, and doesn't study his playbook, is just that good. Yeah, stand back everyone, sports hero in the making here. We cut to the hospital, where a bunch of folks are awaiting word. A doctor tells Daddy Harbor that Lance is out for the season and probably won't be able to play again for at least a year and a half, if ever, costing the boy his opportunity to play for Florida State University. Okay, missing a chance to quarterback at FSU does indeed suck. The doctor mentions that he's surprised nothing happened to Lance until now, because there's a ton of scar tissue in his knee. Killjoy is there, and denies knowing anything about Lance's knee. Drawlson is also there, and glares at Killjoy for lying. But his facial expression is usually a glare, so Killjoy doesn't notice the difference. Drawlson gives Jules a hug and leaves, telling her to call him. Gellaren't, recognizing that her meal ticket has been downgraded from The Four Seasons to Arby's, decides to leave too. Now we're in Drawlson's crappy, beat-up car. He's giving Gellaren't a ride to the post-game party. Oh, this is going to be sad. Looks like Gellaren't wants to exchange her meal ticket for dinner at Café Forehead. Girl, stick with Arby's. The food is less greasy, and the service is a lot less snotty. She starts peeling off her cheerleader outfit. Drawlson gets nervous, but she excuses it because she's got underwear on and claims it's just like being in a swimsuit. She flirts with Drawlson. Drawlson says Lance is going to get better and that they (Gellaren't and Lance) love each other. Gellaren't says, "Things change," and asks if Drawlson is serious about Jules. Blah blah blah slutcakes. Why Gellaren't is trying to get into Drawlson's pants is beyond me, because Killjoy's got his balls in a jar in his office anyway. Drawlson drops her off at the party. He's not going to attend, because he feels it's wrong to party with Lance injured. Gellaren't has slipped into some little red dress. She gets out of the car and tells Drawlson, "You don't always have to do the right thing, Mox. We'll continue this anytime you want." If anybody here can point out where Drawlson has done the right thing even once so far in this movie, please let me know, because I'm not seeing it.