Commercials. What's with all the document-related fear-mongering in that Uni-ball commercial, S. Epatha Merkerson?
The Landing Strip. Fully, if scantily, clothed women give men lap dances. What a wholesome strip club! Tim is talking to his brother about how Lyla is screwing with his head, not acknowledging their relationship in public. Billy tells Tim that he told him so, that Lyla Garrity is never going to take him seriously. Billy tells his little brother that he needs to find the love a good woman, you know, "like I've got with Mindy." Billy and Ole' Sis! Finally! Tim points out that the great love Billy has with Ole Sis is perhaps mitigated slightly by the fact that she is currently wearing a bra and grinding on a drunk trucker right behind them. Billy doesn't care, it's just her job. And then he talks some serious sense. He points out to Tim that Lyla went to bed with Jesus, and then woke up with Tim. Billy illustrates with hand levels: Jesus (up here); You (down there). "You are a rebound from Jesus."
At the doctor's office. The doctor gives Smash a clean bill of health. His mother giggles with joy and says that she knew he would be able to get that scholarship back. So Smash lost his scholarship to the historically-black school that he ended up choosing last year simply because it seemed like they didn't want him only for the football? And that decision coming after Smash had already lost another scholarship because of a ridiculous racist set-up? Man, life ain't easy for this kid. Smash tells his mom to cool it, that he's lost the scholarship and isn't too sure he'll be able to get it back. He asks the doctor if his knee is "back to normal" why he isn't as fast as he used to be. The doctor tells him there's no guarantee he'll regain the same speed he had before the injury. Smash takes this hard.