Credits. Tim Riggins is working at Buddy's bar when Billy walks in. Tim ignores him, until he can't any longer. Billy begs him to come home, Tim tells him that he's moving to Alaska to work the pipeline once his parole is up. Billy is like "You're gonna freeze your ass off!" and wonders if Tim saw a stupid infomercial that gave him this idea. Tim says that some guy came to talk to them in prison about the opportunities in Alaska. Billy sputters and spits about this prospect. "What are you gonna do with your land?" Tim says he's selling it. Billy, incredulous, "You're gonna sell your land and just leave Texas?" Tim, matter-of-fact (and breaking all of our hearts in the process -- I mean what is Texas without Tim Riggins?!): "Yes."
Jess struggles with the washing machine in the locker room when Vince comes in. He easily shuts the door and Jess, walks off to the side and starts muttering sadly about how she finally found a coach willing to take her under his wing, someone who didn't laugh at her aspiration to coach football just because she is female, and now all that is in jeopardy along with the East Dillon football team. "They gonna take it all away. If the Lions are done, then I'm done." Vince tells her that he won't let it happen and they share a glance.
Luke meets with a couple of recruiters who "mmm mmm" over the pudding at the wood-panelled diner they're at. And Luke obviously shares my distaste for the way older men seem to develop a sweet tooth, and not only that, spend a lot of time talking about their sweet tooth and how much they enjoy their dessert, tapping their fingers together mischievously with a twinkle in their eye. Damn, there are so just many ways for men to be so creepily off-putting. This pudding thing is one of them. Luke watches them with keen and judging eyes. They talk to him about their program. Most of their games are played in Arkansas, but once a year they get to get on a bus and play in... Oklahoma!!! Most of the players also play another sport. Oak Bluff is a great little town with a lot of heart. They just got a Costco last year! "Do you like to go fishing?" Luke: "Yeah, uh, I probably do." Luke recoils from this vision of his future -- fishin', pudding, Costco on Friday nights -- and it is heartbreaking to watch, but I guess better sooner rather than later, right?