In the Lions' locker room, the coaches are challenging Vince to a sit-ups drill of whatever the hell, when the principal shows up with a pair of cops. They stride into Coach's office and say they need to speak to Vince Howard. There was a report that he had a gun on school property, and they need to search his locker. Coach starts to make with the questions -- like, for instance, who made this accusation and on what grounds? -- but the principal cuts him off, like "Hey, man, it's the police. They say, we do." Coach directs them to Vince's locker but pointedly stays across the room. He feels weird enough letting this happen, much less participating in it. At this point, Vince is up on his feet, watching with interest but not saying a word. The cops rustle through his shit -- at this point the whole team is up and staring at this ... violation? Depends on who you ask. Don't ask me and don't ask Coach Taylor. The cops come up empty and pronounce Vince's locker "clean." Vince and Coach share a look, and if Coach's hair weren't constricted by a ball cap, it would be shuffling its roots all uncomfortable-like.
After the break, we return to the Cafferty ranch, where Pa and Luke are pounding in fence-posts, possibly with their bare fists, because it seems increasingly likely that the Caffertys would find modern tools to be Of the Devil. When Luke grabs his coat and starts heading off, his dad is dismayed to hear that Luke is going to school. Luke gets very aggressively-pleading, which is like his trademark (see his attempts to bargain with Tami over redistricting). He says he'll work 'til midnight on the fence, he'll wake up at dawn, but he cannot miss practice. He stomps off, and his dad calls after him, no doubt wondering why they didn't just home school him after all.
At the hospital, the doctor explains Mindy's premature label to Billy, which ... look, I love Billy Riggins, but I would think if you were put to the task, you'd have to put "explain X to Billy Riggins" in your calendar, and it would take up a lot of blocks. Doc says Mindy has to take magnesium sulfate, and she'll have to be on bedrest for the balance of her pregnancy. Hilarious and brief shot of Mindy's face on that, as she screws up her mouth to suppress a smile. Bedrest! KA-CHING! Billy assures her that he and Tim are going to take care of everything (yikes). He then chases down the doctor out in the hallway and explains that they don't have insurance, and this hospital stay is looking expensive. The doctor is sympathetic to a point. I mean, how sympathetic does "it costs what it costs" really sound? He says Billy could take Mindy home, rest her on her side, and keep her hydrated, that all "might" work. Wow, the solution for the uninsured in this country is bleak. DIY Obstetrics does not sound like something you'd want to try, particularly with this trio handling the execution.