School library. Tami approaches Landry, who looks at her with suspicion, and rightly so. Because Tami's brought Tim Riggins with her. Tami steamrolls Landry, telling him that Tim is looking for an English tutor, talking over any of his objections and then leaving them be.
Out on the football field, Matt keeps his eye on the sidelines as he practices, because his father has come to watch. Coach notices Matt wanting to impress his father, and makes sure to tell him that he's doing a nice job. Meanwhile, Anonymous Assistant Coach (seriously, can anybody keep these portly men in blue straight?) walks up to Taylor and asks if he's seen the latest issue of Texas Football, where apparently Coach Taylor has been named one of the ten best high school football coaches in the state. Coach is modest, doesn't want to talk about it, but the assistant coaches murmur about putting this info on t-shirts, the radio, et cetera. Coach calls a three-minute break to get away from their clucking.
Matt walks up to his father and shakes his hand and then brings him over to meet Coach Taylor. Coach Taylor is, as usual, smooth as silky panties as he small talks with Henry Saracen. Coach is all nice words about Matt; Henry, in response is all ass words about his own son. "I didn't know he had it in 'im." Coach pauses, hopefully considering what an ass face Henry is already being, before reminding the man that, yes, his son has plenty in him. Henry: "Just hope he keeps doing okay under pressure." Matt looks confused, as any son would when finding out that "war hero" does not translate into "good dad."
Outside school, Julie tries to reassure Matt that his dad is just having a hard time expressing himself. Julie's all about the skinny jeans (thanks, Delia's!), and she looks cute. Landry, helpful as ever, suggests that his father is "war crazy" and "all messed up." Landry is, meanwhile, putting posters up around school campus. Julie asks Matt if his father is going to help figure out home care for his grandmother. Matt says that of course he is, that his coming home now is perfect timing to help out on that front. Landry, again so helpfully, says that what Matt's dad needs is "to come see my band, Crucifictorius" ["...Awesome." -- Joe R] and then calls out across the totally-not-paying-attention football field, "Anyone? Show's at eleven. Gotta get there early, it's gonna be pretty packed." As Julie and Matt walk off, she asks "We have to go to that, don't we?" and Matt says that if they don't, nobody else will show up.