Gymnastics meet. Girls flip and flop through the air like insanely awesome athletes. Tim is on the sidelines, working the scoreboard. Coach sidles up to him and asks how he's doing. The boy sighs, like you're expecting him to say he's bored or something, but then explains that Stacy just got an 8.6 when she should be hitting those double backs. "She's been her own worst enemy all day." But Coach only has a moment to be surprised by Tim's absorption in girl's gymnastics because of the disturbance a portly man wearing a camouflage wifebeater is making, strolling around the floor, all up in the middle of the meet, whooping it up for Dillon. Coach wonders who this guy is and Tim tells him it's his roommate and that he'll take care of it. Tim goes over and tries to get Ferret Guy to leave quietly, but instead gets a lot of loud declarations about "that blonde over there" and then a suggestion that they get out of there to go hit the early bird special at The Landing Strip to "check out Mindy." Coach watches it all go down with a knowing look. Coach is so much better figuring out what's going on with his boys than he is with his girl.
Santiago pores over his playbook while Buddy cooks up dinner. Buddy is all smiles and seemingly doesn't notice that Santiago is tied up in knots. Santiago wants to know how much of the book he needs to know and Buddy tells him "all of it" and then chuckles about the dinner invention he's got on the stove: "steak and ramen-cini."
Tami gets into bed next to Coach. He tells her that Julie came to talk to him about feeling "overextended" with all the things that Tami's giving her to do. Tami rises up on one elbow and asks "What things?" Coach can't answer that question specifically, and you can see it slowly dawn on him that he's just gotten himself in the middle of a mess. Tami can't believe that Julie went into his office to talk about how SHE'S giving her too much to do and then wonders that "if our girl Julie? Who goes to school and then comes home? Has too much to do...well, I don't think that's the kind of girl we want to be raising." Coach tries backpedaling, and it is at least honorable that he's got Julie's back, even if she did trick him into supporting her side in this particular battle. Tami tells Coach that there is no reason Julie can't help out with this big family event and then declares, "I hope that you were clear with her about that." Coach lies that, yes, he said pretty much everything she just said to their daughter. Tami is like, I'm sure.