Tami is in the gym, which is getting set up for the dance. Another teacher tells her that, as a chaperone, she'll need to stay to clean up after the dance is over, which means 1 a.m. Tami sort of sucks in her breath at this news. But we quickly find out why she's agreed to do this when Coach comes in to deliver some "tiki people." She tells him that this teacher has volunteered for Homework Club and all she has to do in exchange is chaperone! Bright voice! Sad soul! The other teacher excuses herself and Coach, hands on hips, reminds her that they were supposed to have their own party tonight, they had a babysitter and everything. She tells him that the only way to get people to help with her Homework Club is to bribe them. Coach asks her if she would like to get some lunch and she agrees, and they walk off together, Tami's sheath dress and cowboy boots leaving a trail of awesome dust everywhere she walks.
Football field. Billy yells at Tinker, who's running slowly. Jess stands on the side fixing a helmet. Billy goes over and asks the ETA on the helmet for Tinker and she tells Billy that it isn't like Tinker isn't trying. Billy's like, "der der?" and Jess says "He's reacting to the snap count rather than watching the ball. He's half a second behind on every snap." Cut over to the play where we see this is exactly the case. Billy just sort of exhales and then hands her a crushed water cup: "Do something with that, would you?"
Buddy and Junior eat at a restaurant. Buddy tries to draw his kid out, but what gets drawn out is seriously hideous. Junior says he went by Tami's office and she's "really nice." He pauses, then continues, "Got a really nice rack." Buddy is obviously taken aback, but tries to redirect rather than stand up and shriek, "YOU TREAT THAT WOMAN WITH RESPECT SON" like I just did. Buddy's redirection probably won't hold much water in a gender studies course as he notes that there are a lot of hot girls his own age at the school, which is why Junior should consider going to the dance. Junior tells his dad that dances are kinda lame, and his dad agrees but reminds him, "That's where the girls are." Oh, to what depths we all fall when trying to connect with a sullen teenager.