Tami is driving, listening to football radio again, where Slammin' Sammy declares the show the "Slammin' Tami" show today. Lots of callers complaining and calling for her resignation. She pulls the car over and starts yelling at the radio, "C'mon y'all! I just did what was right! I'm sorry I ruined football for everybody!" She gets out of the car and stalks off with purpose, with quite a scowl on her face. Damn, though, if she could see the BODY that her hair has as it bounces up and down while she walks, she probably wouldn't be scowling so hard. The camera pulls away and shows that she's stopped at Lamme's Candies shop and we hear, in voiceover, Tami saying that she needs some chocolate. I guess I can't begrudge her a brief Cathy moment.
Landry approaches Jess at her locker and asks if he's her boyfriend, because Vince told Landry that Jess said....oh, you know the drill. She says she only told Vince that she had a boyfriend, not that it was Landry. So, that's all settled. And here is the perfect place to use that old phrase: "Not."
Matt and Tim are shooting the shit around the campfire. Tim tells Matt what college was like: "7 a.m. mandatory wake-ups. Then these fantastic one-on-ones with a robotic coach who tells you what you're doing wrong every single day. Nothing like Coach Taylor." Aw. But then he goes on to talk about how it was boring and he had a curfew every night. Dude, was this college, or was this a work camp? I suddenly feel as if my college experience was rather... carefree in comparison. I guess the hard work is being done by... the football players? Matt asks Tim if he misses Lyla and Tim tries to cover by saying he thinks they had different paths. Matt translates: "So that means yeah?" Tim: "Yep." Matt says for himself, Dillon isn't as bad as he thought it would be, he's spending time with his grandmothers, he's making more money delivering pizzas than he used to at the Alamo Freeze. Tim says "So basically you stayed in Dillon because of Jules?" and Matt confesses that's true, and now that she's applying to colleges -- which he knew would happen but didn't realize that every place she'd apply would be on the other side of the country. And now he's been getting mad at her for no reason, like he resents her, but she never asked him to stay, he made that decision. Oof, you guys. And if this glimpse into young adulthood isn't terrifying and heartwrenching enough, Matt brings it home by raising his beer to Tim: "Well. Texas forever, right?" God, there are just so many dreams in the world waiting to be crushed.