Timmy sits outside that morning, drinking a beer and wondering what's in that trailer out back of Ferret Guy's house. He opens the door and walks in, looking surprised at all the tubes and acetone and cough tablets that go into making meth, items that we all should recognize because of MTV's tireless work on meth's behalf. Tim is horrified, and when Ferret Guy comes in and tells him that he's glad Tim is a cool dude, otherwise he'd have to kill him, Tim just brushes past without saying anything.
Football practice. Tim shows up in uniform. Oh you are kidding me. Tim Riggins returns to the football team as part of a Just Say No To Meth campaign? I love it. I'm so easy (call me, Taylor, I'm not being metaphorical there). Coach tells Tim to get off his field and they go back and forth, a stubborn man and his even more stubborn charge. Tim almost folds under Coach's pressure, but instead decides to make this into his own personal Robin Williams moment. He starts going from team member to team member, to apologize for his assy behavior. Things we learn from this: he calls The Galoot "Firecrotch," and he appears to be working on some Jeff Foxworthy stand-up material ("If you can find it in your hearts to forgive me, let me make it up to you in the showers"). He apologizes to the whole team and Coach lets him join practice.
Tami sits at home, brow furrowed. Coach comes home and they make amends. Tami tells her husband that she can't not have a friend at school that she spends time with. Coach acknowledges that it isn't about Glen, it's just that he feels like he's the one she's supposed to be yukking it up with. "I miss you." Then he says the most romantic thing as he hugs her close: "I like you."
Matt comes home and works some serious mojo on Car-low-ta. He tells her that he broke up with the seemingly perfect and hot Lauren because of her, his family's employee. Then he goes in his room and closes the door. Car-low-ta comes in and jumps his bones. Matthew Saracen, you should think about bottling that magical shit of yours.
Music montage of Landry walking down a lonely hallway and into the police station. "I did it" he says. "I killed him." And usually I'm a fan of the slow, windy drive, but God, we could have gotten here so much faster.