Commercials. Billy introduces himself to the Lions. Once he gets to the Regular Person End of his introduction, Coach claps his hands ready to get practice started. But Billy Riggins is keen on inappropriate/misplaced sincerity, and so he barrels ahead, saying to the kids that he's heard a rumor that they think they're going to get run over by the quarterback of the opposing team, and he wants to share with them an inspiring quote from one of his heroes. And then fumbles to take this little piece of paper out of his pockets. And everyone is like yawning, checking their watches, whistling, et cetera. Billy reads off, "If you can believe it, your mind can achieve it." Billy Riggins, folks. Unable to memorize ten words, but trying his hardest to finally learn how to be an adult.
Practice starts and Coach pulls Vince and Luke aside. After shooing a nosy Billy away, Coach asks Luke and Vince to convince Hastings to go out for football. He says he doesn't care how they do it, and Luke tells him that he can count on them.
Tami talks a mile a minute to Principal Levi about how she's identified all the most at-risk kids and she's going to start at home and get their parents to come in for a meeting. Levi is like "give it a rest" but Tami won't quit. He tells her that they've got limited resources and she brightly declares that she's his resource! He turns to leave and she calls him back real quick: she needs a phone that works. He looks at her and says, "Resources."
Jess at her dad's restaurant. She exposits to Vince that her dad was supposed to be gone opening one franchise of Ray's B-B-Q, but now he's opening three, which means he'll be gone in Dallas for a while. Jess says it's bad timing, especially with her one brother Andre acting out so much. Vince has about as much interest in that storyline as we do so he thankfully changes it. He tells her about Coach's recruiting plan and asks if she wants to go to a party Luke's having out at the ranch while his parents are away to help them seal the deal with Hastings. Sounds kind of kinky, if you ask me. Jess's aunt pipes up from the background that she'll watch the boys and Jess should go to the party. Jess and Vince smile big smiles, and, man, if these two ever have a baby, that baby's dimples are going to swallow up the world. Jess asks who this kid is that they're recruiting and Vince jokes, "Oh, he's not the punter, so you wouldn't be interested." Poor Landry.