Matt wanders toward the bus when Coach pulls him aside. One can see why he goes into hair/face lockdown sometimes. Dude is intimidating! Even his jacket is zipped up to prevent any neck emoting that might happen. I guess it is hard to be so charismatic; if you're trying to keep things close to the chest, you've got to make sure your neck isn't giving anything away. He aims his robot face at Matt and says that he knows Julie talked to him. Matt says he doesn't want to talk about it, "I'd rather just think about football, sir." Coach, tight-jawed, robot faced, says "Alright" and nods to indicate Matt is free to go.
Landry shows up at the Collette household. In the Crucifictorius t-shirt that IT DOESN'T SEEM TOO MUCH TO ASK FOR A RECAPPER WHO HAS GIVEN HER LIFE AND LOVE TO THIS SHOW MAYBE COULD HAVE ONE OF? Ole Sis answers the door, and Landry greets her, "Hey Mindy, how's the stripping going?" Ole Sis calls behind her, "Mama, let's go, our ride's here!" Ole Sis bangs out the door with a couple of huge bags. Angela follows, telling Landry that she'll probably be riding up front with him since she gets car sick, and then Tyra pulls up the rear telling Landry that she got four tickets instead of two, and she hopes he doesn't mind Ole Sis and Broke Ass Bum Mom Angela tagging along. As she walks out the door she calls behind her that there's more bags inside. Landry, so disappointed, says it's no problem and then goes to lug Angela's bag full of Sally's Cougar Beauty Supplies.
In the Landrymobile, Angela is up front glomming all the chocolates. She's blabbing on and on, saying that she doesn't know what's in the chocolates but she feels "so tingly all over!" Then she continues, announcing that she's hogging them because she's a little pre-menstrual. They come up on the bus station, and Landry spots Grandma Saracen sitting and waiting for the bus. This is the kind of plot contrivance I like to see. No matter that Grandma Saracen could have her pick of rides to Dallas, this episode NEEDED to get Grandma into the Vagina Mobile. Landry calls out through the open passenger window, asking her if she needs a ride. Grandma remarks that it's mighty nice and asks to make sure they've got room. Tyra gets out the car and says "Hey Lorraine!" and Grandma breaks into pure joy: "Oh my Lord, is that Tyra? Oh, ho, ho, did you bring the booze?" Tyra laughs a pure belly laugh that just gets me in the gut.