Cut to Julie and Tyra walking up the stairs while Julie asks Tyra who the tool is. And I have to beg your pardon because it's hard to concentrate on what either of these two is saying because of the quadruple whammy of their luscious bosoms. It's like I somehow got trapped inside an issue of Maxim. Tyra tells Julie that the guy calling after her is "just some douchebag named Chip." Julie says that "he's okay." Jules! No! Julie tells Tyra that Landry wants to ask her to the dance, and Tyra's ten-foot-long neck expresses dismay. She slowly asks Julie if she can keep something private, and Julie is like, "What? About you and Landry having a thing?" Tyra wants to know where she heard, and Julie assures her that such news is not all over the school. Julie blabbers on about orchids while Tyra continues trying to deny her relationship with Landry. Julie asks Tyra if she likes Landry, and Tyra smiles and says that he's funny and sweet and funny. Julie asks, "So, then, what's the problem?" Tyra has no answer.
Locker room. The Panthers come in and find that the Larrabee boys have wrecked hacky havoc on their stuff -- Gold Bond powder in helmets, men's magazines in their lockers, mean nicknames taped up on their lockers. The Galoot calls everyone's attention to the fact that the Larrabee boys left their stuff in there, too, so the Panthers start going to town with the silly string and the clothes-tossing to and fro. Silly string. Really? There's a disjunction between their tough talk, pumped-up muscles, and use of the silly string. It's kind of awesome. Anyhow, Coach Taylor comes upon all this nonsense and yells at them. End scene.
On the practice field, Larrabee is taking more than their allotted time. Coach Dickie is on the field acting penile and shouting and basically being short. Coach Taylor approaches him and discreetly informs him that his time on the practice field is up. Dickie is a dick about it at first, pretending not to have noticed. Taylor tells him to wrap it up and then yells at Dickie about the kids getting into the Dillon lockers. Taylor tells Dickie that they both know something is brewing; Eric would like to avoid it. Dickie gets his kids off the field.