Friday Night Lights
On the Outside Looking In

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The Outsiders
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At East Dillon, Principal Levi tells Tami that she can't just try to steamroll the other teachers like she's been doing. Levi tells her that everyone's calling her after-school program "The Homework Club." Tami is nonplussed that there's so much resistance to her championing of something that they should be doing as educators. Levi tells her that she just needs to stop lecturing and start building up some allegiance before hitting the other teachers up for help.

Jess helps Vince go over plays in the cafeteria when Porn Mouth comes up and asks for Vince's address so she can deliver his "pre-game package." He tells her and Jess, smiling an insanely livid smile, tells her the cross street. Porn Mouth returns the bitchy smile as she assures her "Yeah, I know where it is."

East Dillon practice. The kids are flat, no energy. Traub says they are depressed. Coach is like, "Freud says what?" and Traub responds, "A lion has been ignored." The kids have gathered over by the bleachers, asking the fans details about the rankings. Crawford, who they beat last week, is ranked 9 (down from 8 after their loss). Luke is pissed, Tinker starts yelling about respect. Coach Taylor comes over and tells everyone to put their helmets back on and shut up, sends Luke and Tinker off to run for punishment. He yells at his kids that he doesn't want to hear one more word about rankings, and they all head back to the field. As Taylor leaves he yells at the guy in the stands, "C'mon man, I got enough to worry about without you getting these kids all riled up." He heads back to the field, before pausing and turning back to the man, "Thank ye." Coach Taylor! Polite even when enraged!

Julie opens the door to her dorm room, only to find her roommate rolling around in her loft bed with a boy. Her phone rings as she shuts the door behind her. It's Tami, who does that mom trill of greeting at her daughter. Tami asks about her roommate, Julie answers "She's fine, she's just... busy a lot." Yeah, busy in that 1980s hip-hop song kind of way. Tami asks about her classes and Julie tells her that she's trying to decide between Econ and Myths of the American South. Tami says that she always thinks that Econ is something you can use in real life. Hmmm, as in where? Like, I never took Econ, and I am living my life just fine, with only the occasional 50% tip to a cabbie because I can't do the math that fast in my head. Julie tells her mom that she wasn't asking for advice and then rushes off the phone as her roommate opens the door to the room again (this time fully clothed) and tells her she can come in.

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