Matt has his girls in a huddle, telling them that this is their chance, they can either go home with a tie or go home with a win. Julie hesitantly suggests they go with the "25 right spring option" and then sort of smiles to herself. Matt looks at her like she is the piece of his heart he's been missing all these years, and we cut to the play. Julie calls the play, the ball gets snapped, and she runs with it. She takes it down the sidelines, really hustling, everyone is screaming, Matt is hopping down the sidelines next to her, cheering her on. She's got all the girls on the field packed up just behind her, but she motors it right into the endzone, where Matt is waiting for her to leap on him in celebration. Cutest scene ever. Coach looks on in wry approval; Tami laughs in joyful disbelief. Shot of Tim walking off, pissed, and Landry running up to him, getting in his face and blowing his whistle and doing the touchdown arms. Then cut to Lyla wandering off by herself as the winning team celebrates behind. Suck it, snobby!
At the Hole in the Wall bar, the Xtreme Wheelchair guys are hanging out, playing pool, and drinking beer when Herc and Jason roll up. Lots of jostling and joking, and then Herc announces that "as a designated member of the National Quad Rugby Squad" he's informing Jason that he's invited to participate in quad rugby training camp in Austin. Jason doesn't believe it, but they're all nodding yes, it's true. So can you tell me whether it is also true that there are apparently at least four members of the national quad rugby team living in the vicinity of Dillon, Texas? I mean, I know they do lots of stupid stuff down there, and drinking and driving and getting paralyzed is maybe one of those things....but....really? Anyhow, Herc tells Jason how intense and hard training camp is, but that at the end of it the coaches will evaluate him and he might get on the national team and then be "Beijing-bound. That's China." I'm really working up against the deadline here or else I'd spend some more time bitching about this storyline. I think you'll be fine to fill all that in for yourselves.
Cut to an office where Corinna Williams is being told that her pre-approved loan has not been approved. Corinna wonders aloud if her rejection has anything to do with her being a single parent or with the little box she had to check indicating her race. The loan officer assures her that box is to ensure prevention of racial discrimination but Corinna isn't buying it. Smash asks to talk with the lady's supervisor and she tells them it won't make a difference. She says she'll leave the supervisor a message, and Smash starts getting worked up, saying they are there and they want to speak to a supervisor right now. He raises his voice and Corinna gets up and moves in real close to her son and says some chilling words of advice: "It's not gonna do anybody good to get crazy. Look around you. Look at all these eyes on you, waiting, expecting you to do something violent. Become that 'junkyard dog' of MacGill's, nuh uh." I wonder where this lady is to give advice to the Guaranteed Black Violence kids cast on The Real World? Or to the Guaranteed White Jager Sluts, for that matter. They leave the office.