Commercials. Tami and Coach are in Julie's room. Coach is staring at a bunch of cables in his hand, trying to figure out how to hook a TV or cable box or something up. Tami sighs that she's just not ready to turn Julie's room into an office. I wonder why Julie didn't take her Liars poster to UT with her; it could help her with the black-frame glasses crowd. Tami tells Coach about getting invited to happy hour with the teachers. She complains that they won't help her out at school, but decides that she's going to go to start making some allegiances. Coach agrees and launches into a very cute, stilted speech about how happy hour is a happy place and it is easier to catch flies with honey than with vinegar. Then he leans in and starts getting smoochy, which Tami falls for for a second before popping up, "Oh, no, that is our daughter's bed, are you crazy?!"
At school, Tami finds Epyck smoking in the bathroom. Tami grabs the cigarette out of her mouth and tells her that she's taking her to class. When Epyck complains, Tami snarks, "Wanna hold my hand?" Cut to them walking through the hallway, Epyck surprised because the last guidance counselor didn't care if she went to class. Tami: "Well, I care." Tami tells her that she expects to have her and one parent in a meeting within 48 hours. Epyck guffaws, tells her that it is unlikely that her foster mother will give a shit what Tami wants. They stop outside the door to Epyck's classroom and Tami gives her the real serious business: "If you don't have someone at home who cares about you, I am sorry about that. You don't deserve that, it's not fair." Epyck just stares back for a while and then heads back into class. Oh, girl, you don't know it yet but you just got TAYLORED. From now on, it's going to be love and expectation and nurturing. Sorry, can't help you there.
Coach, in the hearing, watches Luke's hit on video and asserts that this is a good, clean, honest hit. The other guys say that he was leading with his helmet. Coach suggests that maybe, just maybe this whole charade is taking place because East Dillon beat a team it wasn't supposed to beat. He notes that the complaint didn't come in for two days. The board, or whatever they are, just stonewall him and say "It's a safety issue, we have to send a message." Coach: "Boy, I got your message loud and clear."