Tim Riggins leads the seniors in making the freshman run the "Naked Mile." It's not quite as naked as some viewers would prefer, but this is network television and actual freshmen are 14/15 years old, you perverts. Tim tells J.D. that he has to run two naked miles and Coach Taylor happens to be a witness, but he promises to not tell J.D.'s dad. Later, at practice, J.D. has problems and the other team members tease him about being naked and such. Coach takes Tim aside and tells him that it's up to him, as captain of the team, to get the other players to respect J.D. Tim takes J.D. for a tour of Dillon as a way to bond. It works and the Panthers beat Westerby. Tim tries to take J.D. out with the other players to make some "memories," but his daddy makes him go to Applebee's with his mom instead. At The Dillon Dance that weekend, Riggins and Lyla take J.D. to an off-campus party, where, due to non-Riggins-related peer pressure, J.D. gets really drunk. The next day, at church, J.D.'s dad makes J.D. apologize to Coach for being drunk. Coach seems more disturbed by the father than drunk J.D.
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