Lions practice. They're starting to look like a slightly-better-oiled machine, doing those little tiny-run-drop-to-the-ground exercises TV football players always do. They all head into the locker room where Luke finds that his wallet has gone missing. He tells all those "jokers" to tell him who has his wallet. Vince innocently suggests that he retrace his steps. Luke decides to retrace some steps right over into Vince's face, where he tells him to quit effing around and give him his wallet back. Vince challenges Luke to go ahead and get his wallet out of his locker if he's so sure that's where it is. Luke pauses and then launches toward the locker; Vince jumps up and they start grappling and groping. Oh, boys.
Cut to Vince and Luke, sheepish in Coach Taylor's office. Coach: "I've got a pep rally this week, I've got papers to grade, I've got a family to raise, I've got a wife to love, and then I've got you two bozos." Preach, Coach! Coach asks Luke what makes him so sure that Vince took the wallet. Luke: "It's obvious, Coach." Coach: "You're going to make a damn good lawyer." Coach asks Vince if he knows where the wallet is, and Vince says no. So Coach calls in Assistant Coach Crowley (?) to take the boys to the gym to run stairs for thirty minutes.
Matt is at work at Panther Pizza when Tim Riggins walks in. Tim: "Seven." Matt: "What's up!" Tim: "Slingin' dough rather than 60-yard bombs now, huh?" The team! Getting back together! But how sad, because what are these boys doing with their lives? And they aren't even boys, they totally seem like men, and isn't that a really sad thing sometimes? How boys become men? Also, as much as I like Matt Lauria and Michael B. Jordan and their characters, this right here is the team: Tim Riggins and Matt Saracen. They catch up, Matt tells Tim that he's not in Chicago so that he can take care of his grandmother, fills him in on his art stuff. Matt asks if Tim's going to watch any football this weekend and Tim tells him that he's going hunting, while tearing into a big piece of pizza from the pie he's there to pick up. Tim takes his leave, telling Matt they should go for a beer sometime, but just before he gets out the door Matt asks if he can come along hunting. Tim is surprised that Matt hunts, and Matt says that his father took him a few times. Tim smiles and tells him Thursday morning, 5:15. The Team! Back Together!