At the Garrity house. Pam opens the door and finds her nasty husband at the door. She tries to close the door on him, but he stops her and then presents her with the "really special" photo album. He tells her that Lyla helped put it together. She glances at it and tells Buddy to shove it. Everyone cheers. She tells him that he has made the family a laughingstock and that she's even considered leaving town. She slams the door on him and turns on Lyla, who is standing on the stairs behind her. She points her finger at her daughter and asks her not to take sides. Lyla swears she isn't, but Pam thinks she is. Lyla gets angry and says that her mom can at least talk to her father, as he only made one mistake. Pam is quiet for a second, Buddy's shadow lurking outside the schlocky etched glass of their front door. Buddy begs and pleads to get let back in while Pam and Lyla fight inside. Lyla insists again that Buddy just made one mistake until Pam erupts and tells Lyla that he's been unfaithful their entire marriage. Lyla is confused, and Pam just keeps shouting that she's sorry but then turns toward the door and shouts to Buddy that she knows about his last secretary and on and on. It's really depressing. Pam stalks off, and then Buddy whimpers outside to Lyla to "let Daddy in." Lyla opens the door and screams one word to her father: "LEAVE."
Coach and Tami in their bedroom, Coach worrying about why Julie doesn't want to leave Dillon. He mutters about how much he knows she'd love Austin. And he's right about that. He sits down and Tami gets wise, saying that she doesn't think Julie's resistance to their move has anything to do with Dillon. Coach thinks its him. Typical. Tami says that it isn't him, it isn't Dillon, or Austin: "I think our little girl is in love." Just then Julie walks into their room and leans on the door frame. There is not a smile within a thousand miles of this girl's mouth. Her parents tell her how nice she looks, Coach looking real meaningful when he says it. She insists that she's only going for one song. Tami holds up her camera and tells her daughter to smile. She does, if by "smile" you mean "twitches one corner of her mouth 1/753nd of an inch."