Tami and Coach lay in bed. Tami tells her husband that the encounter in her office that morning was crazy, they were threatening her, like the mafia. Coach grunts. Tami continues, marveling that Buddy just sat by like he didn't have anything to do with the confrontation. Coach grunts. Tami can't believe that everybody is acting like she's done the worst thing in the world. Coach grunts. Tami: "What do you think I should do?" Just then, Gracie raises a cry down the hall, and Coach jumps out of bed to go get her, the way I'm sure he does every night when he isn't being asked a question by his wife, the answer to which is certainly: "Lady, you're CRAZY!"
Julie and Landry are helping Tyra campaign for Student Council President. Tyra notices Landry trying to disperse a big guffawing crowd down the way and goes over to check it out. He tries to shoo her away, too, but she makes him move away from what he's standing in front of: one of her campaign posters has been scribbled on, her face getting the ever-imaginative "devil horns" treatment, and a "For a good time call..." bit across her shoulder. This is all pretty corny, and even more so because I continue to be totally unable to believe that Tyra is a high school girl.
Tyra takes the poster to ASSistant Principal Clint, who asks her what she wants him to do about it. She complains that her competition -- Jenny Warwick-- has been campaigning for three weeks, and she thinks she needs an even footing. ASS. P. Clint tells her that she has to suck it up and deal with it. Which, actually, is true; but Tyra looks at the man like he just attempted to sexually assault her. Nooooo!
Matt talks with a lawyer with a heart of flint. Matt asks, What does "non compus mentis" mean? Lawyer Jack: "That's a legal term for when you lose it." The lawyer suggests that Matt become his grandma's guardian; Matt points out that he's seventeen and that, actually, Grandma is HIS guardian. The lawyer basically ignores him and tells Matt that he can become an emancipated minor; that would allow him to become Grandma's guardian. Matt pleadingly says he doesn't want to be in control of all of that, but when the lawyer says the other option is to put Grandma in a home, Matt shakes his head no and takes the paperwork to become emancipated.