Back in the gym, Carol is addressing the team. She has good news and great news. The good news is, she managed to finagle them a whole slew of new uniforms...which amount to cheap t-shirts with their names and numbers on them. One of the players asks what the great news is. Carol announces that she has challenged the varsity girls to a scrimmage. The team is horrified at Carol's stupidity, with one player pointing out the obvious. "They're going to kick our...can I say 'asses'?" she says. "Sure," Carol says. "...Asses," the girl finishes. It's generally agreed amongst the team that they probably wouldn't even hit double digits. Carol then gives the team a pep talk with as little actual pep involved as humanly possible, trying to boost them up.
In the courtroom, Ted tells Ed that this prank ruined his once happy life. Ed wants to find out just how happy Ted was with his job and wife. After reading Ted's last five employee evaluations, Ed discovers that Ted was constantly late, called in sick more than anyone else, and has an overall bad attitude. Plus, he probably still listens to Barry Manilow. Ted says that it was just a job. After a bit more prying, Ed gets Ted to admit that he's been seeing a marriage counselor and has run up quite a tab at the local Stadium Motor Lodge. Ed asks if Ted was going to the motor lodge to meet his wife. Ted admits that he was meeting someone other than his wife there. Ed then says, "Sorry your perfect life was ruined." It was a cold and callous thing for Ed to say, but he's such a charming bastard, he could have just as easily been saying "Good morning!" and it would have come out the same way.