Growing pains -- Emotions intensify as the game against the intimidating Gatling High nears. Lyla and Tim become alienated from their friends as rumors about their relationship spread all over town. Smash continues to buckle to the pressure and puts his own health at risk in his attempt to improve his performance on the field.
Smash continues to go the extreme to improve his performance. Rumors begin to spread about Tim and Lyla's relationship. Julie and Matt attempt to go out on a date but it is cursed from the beginning. The Panthers are in much anticipation for their upcoming game against the Gatling High Eagles.
- Smash (to his mother): You move us to Dillon to get us out the ghetto, or to get us away from Dad?
- Mrs. Williams: You don't know what you're talking about.
- Smash: No, I really want to bring it up. Like we.. we should talk about this.
- Mrs. Williams: You need to shut your mouth.
- Smash: Mama, I'm serious...
- Mrs. Williams: Take your smart mouth and your plate and get away from my table. You don't talk to me like that.
- Landry: You know I'm...I'm really thrilled about the idea of being left alone with your grandmother at night. You know how I feel about the whole situation.
- Matt: Landry, my grandma is not a witch. Okay, she's just not.
- Lyla (to Jason): I'm sorry. There are no words that can ever express that, but I am so sorry. Please. (starts crying)
- Jason: Did you have sex with him? How many times?
- Lyla: Jason, please.
- Jason: Oh, come on, how many? You can go.
- Tami: It's becoming a thing. I mean, it's a thing. And you know what thing it is, it's that thing that we always knew was going to happen to our little girl. It's that thing—that thing's happening now.
- Coach Taylor: Well, at least she's not interested in a serial killer or one of the Riggins. I've got the keys. Come on honey, let's go!
- Lyla: I lost Jason.
- Buddy: What?
- Lyla: I was unfaithful, Daddy.
- Buddy: Well. We all make mistakes, and we...we grow up, but you're my little girl. You're my daughter and I want you to always remember that.
- Lyla: You've never left a game before.
- Buddy: It's only a game. You're my daughter.