Cut to the boys in the back of Coach's SUV. Coach pulls over in some desolate industrial part of town and tells the kids that they get one chance in life. "You either take advantage of it, or you piss it away. You do the latter and you're going to regret it the rest of your lives. Get out. Get out of the car." They obey and he pulls off. The boys are like "Uh, okay" and start wandering. Luke turns Vince around to go the right direction; they walk next to each other, staring straight ahead. Vince simply says "Thanks" to Luke and then hands him his wallet.
Commercials. Jess and her three little brothers leave the house, Jess encouraging the boys to "Go, go!" as they take off down the road. They run down to the restaurant, where they are greeted by their father holding out their lunches for the day. Barbeque for lunch every day?! I would think I'd died and gone to heaven. Jess and her dad talk logistics about getting the boys to and from Pop Warner. Her dad shoos her off, but Jess tells her father that she overheard Coach Taylor talking to him the other day. Her dad tells her this is none of her business, but she reminds him that she loves football, all the boys love football, Darius loves it so much that he throws up from nerves before his games. Uh, okay. She tells him that it's fine that it's not her father's thing anymore, but that it's still "in us." He doesn't want to hear it, but all she is asking is if they can hold the pep rally there at the restaurant. He tells her to go on to school and she "Yes, sirs" him with disappointment.
Tim and Matt are hunting, apparently in my tiny backyard in Brooklyn. The setting is really not screaming "wilderness" to me. Tim is whispering and talking about light feet and Matt excitedly asking what he thinks they're going to get when Matt drops to his knees and fires two shots. Tim yells at him to stop and scream-asks what it was. Matt gets up and stutters that he doesn't know what he was shooting at and Tim grabs the gun away from him: "No gun! No gun!"