Bowling alley. Daddyshack makes a big to-do about knocking some pins over. Tim is only mildly impressed. Daddyshack calls over a waitress, "Anna Banana," and then introduces her to Tim before running off for a second. She shakes Tim's hand and looks at him wonderingly. She tells Tim that his father talks about him all the time. He apparently gives the whole rundown of each week's football game. Tim's little shriveled and abused heart attempts to pick itself up off the dirty orphan floor in order to do some pitter-pattering. Daddyshack comes back and unveils a new bowling ball, and he and Anna Banana tease back and forth about his new ball. Tim asks his dad whether it wouldn't be a good idea for him to stay at his place that night. Daddyshack hesitates, but then says that sounds great. Tim seriously then turns around and throws straight down the lane for a strike! Ten points for the boy about to get his heart broken again!
TV show! We open just behind the cameraman aiming his lens at Coach and Matt, who appear to be nattering back and forth with one another over how to use the remote control for the television on the set with them. Matt tries to offer his help, but Coach snaps a real testy "Stop!" at him. Meanwhile, Buddy has sidled up to the producer or director and says that he'll need to renegotiate Eric's appearance fee, probably because while he has fulfilled the "appearing" portion of the contract, he seems to be in violation of the "appear and say at least one sentence related to football" portion. The set is hilarious, a big rectangular sign made of yellow cardboard and printed with the title "The Eric Taylor Show" hangs from wires, below which sits the television which Coach and Matt flank uncomfortably. Coach calls out to the producer that there's something wrong "with the clicker." He comes out and suggests that they not do the game film right now, but rather start the interview.