Commercials. Back on the field, Smash practices with Tim and whines like a little baby when Tim tackles him, and then storms off the field.
Matt and Grandma are at Applebee's. Matt is telling his grandmother that she has to take her pills; Grandma insists that they dry out her face, "make me look like a mummy." Matt retorts by asking if she knows what her face'll look like when she has a stroke. Grandma insists she won't have a stroke because she doesn't even know anyone who's had a stroke. He keeps insisting until she snaps at him, and he walks outside to cool off. He reels around the back of the restaurant and finds some cardboard boxes to kick. While he's wailing away on those, Julie comes out the back door. Wheeee! Matt looks embarrassed. They meet cute and awkward for a while and it doesn't matter what they're talking about (Matt filling Julie in on the Grandma situation; Julie telling him about trying to save up to buy a car) because they are standing so adorably far from each other, Matt Saracen doing that thing he does with the hangdog face, and hanging-down arms, barely enunciating the words that he's saying. Julie cracks a joke about Grandma having busted into the kitchen demanding the cooks make her chocolate pudding and Matt almost turns on his heel to go save the day again when she tells him it's a joke. A "rude" joke, she acknowledges. But Matt cracks into a grin, and we are on our way back into Coach Taylor's hair, everybody!
Lyla and Tim are shopping. They look like they're in a Kohl's, which is perfect art direction. Lyla helps Tim into a blazer, which is totally the wrong size -- but does allow one to wax poetic in one's mind about his luscious Trapezius for a moment. Tim tells Lyla that he knows how to dress himself; Lyla corrects him, saying that he knows how to put on a plaid shirt and button one button. Tim doesn't feel like going to this lunch; Lyla sidles right up into him and purrs that if he only did what he felt like doing, his life would be football, beer, and sex. She forgot "ill-advised capers" on that list. She walks a bit, telling him that the lunch will be a good chance for him to talk with Mr. McCoy, who went to Oklahoma. Meanwhile, in the background, Tim does a hilarious umpire "he's out" fist pump when she mentions "Oklahoma." Lyla slips Tim into a blazer that fits; when Tim asks why she's doing this, she says "Because I care about you." Tim asks if she knows why he's doing it, she smiles and says, "Because you care about me." Tim says, "just a little," and they smooch. Look at Tim Riggins, Human 101!