In the school hallway (handheld camera waay toned down from the last time we were in the hallway), Lyla grabs Tim and pulls him into an empty room. She starts right off, "I've been having these feelings. Like, flood of feelings." Profile shot of Tim saying, "Me, too." Oh lord, he's really sticking his neck out. She quickly cuts him off and urgently says, "For Jason!" and then explains that what happened the other night happened because she loves Jason. The camera pulls back and we see the two of them standing together, and they really don't look well-matched. Close back in on their profiles...Tim's hair is lank and greasy with desire and confusion. As Lyla goes on about how she doesn't feel anything for Tim, he replies with his standard, non-committal "Yeah." She continues, trying to manage him like he's a frosh cheerleader, instructing him that no one can ever know about what happened and that it will never happen again. Tim: "Yeah." She continues blabbing, "I hate myself for the other night. I just hope I don't go straight to hell."
Out on the field, Saracen gets ready for the snap when he notices Julie walking along the field. Her hair blows in the wind like Botticelli's Venus. Aimee Teagarden really is a pretty girl, and hair like that is believable on the daughter of Connie "Hot Mama" Britton. Saracen is obviously distracted, despite all these manly voices yelling "Get your head in the game, Saracen!" He takes the snap and runs the wrong way with the ball. When he corrects, he gets tackled, his helmet flying off his damn, dumb head. Voodoo laughs from behind his helmet on the sidelines. Coach Taylor walks out to give him a dressing down about knowing his right from his left. As Taylor yells at him about playing smart, Julie walks up behind her dad to tell him Mom needs to know how many people are coming to the party. Apropos of nothing, Coach Taylor pauses while talking to his daughter to yell at Now-Identified-Latino-Boy, "Hey, Reyes, get yer head outta yer ass while yer at it." Julie says, "Nice, dad, very elegant," and isn't it funny how sometimes Man Men have daughters? The boys run another play and this time, under Julie's watch, Saracen does okay. Taylor tells Julie to tell her mother "fiftyish" and then after prompting by his savvy daughter, changes it to "sixtyish." She trills out "Love ya, Daddy!" and he responds in kind, wishing her a good day. All together now, "Awww!"