Tammy grows increasingly stressed by raising an infant alone, and becomes closer to a science teacher who took over her guidance counselor duties. Eric impresses his bosses with the way he handles a suspension meeting for an errant college player. Landry professes his love for Tyra, which is not really a surprise to her; their shared secret brings them closer together. Julie and Matt drift further apart as she tries to avoid feeling trapped. Matt copes with a new live-in assisted care giver as his grandmother's grip on reality slips further away. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Riggins' uniform top is different at the pep rally than it is in Buddy's apartment. See more
When Riggins is at the pep rally he is wearing the Panther's new uniform, with the white stripes that come over the shoulder. However, after he helps Lyla take the drunken Buddy back to his apartment, he is wearing the old version of the uniform, with no white stripes. See more
Act like a man then!
You mean act like a man.
That's real easy for you to say because you're not the one who killed him, are you. You don't have to think about that, you don't have to close your eyes and hear the sound of his skull cracking every time you go to sleep, do you. Don't tell me to act like a man. 'Cause you know what, the thing about this is I would do that again for you in a second because he hurt you and because I'm in love with you, all right. And don't - don't look at me ...
Rolling Stone From Texas
Written by Don Walser
Performed by Don Walser See more