Coach… Woody Harrelson
Trinity… Heidi Gardner[Starts with audience cheering in the football ground]
Announcer: And that’s the half.[Cut to locker room]
Coach: What’s with the chatter, huh? Put your damn phones away. We still have half the game to play.[Cut to Kenan]
Kenan: Coach, it’s 48-3, man. It’s over.
Coach: Hey. You all are Pembroke Corgi Dogs. Corgi Dogs don’t back down from a fight. They bark. Rah, rah, rah, rah! We can still do this. I’ve been through worse and I’ve come out on top.[Cut to Chris and Kyle]
Kyle: You have?[Cut to Coach]
Coach: Hell yes. It was my senior year. October 1st, 1979. [Music playing] At the half we were down 77-3. We thought all hope was lost. And I’ll never forget what my coach said.[Music stops] [Trinity comes with her eyes closed]
Trinity: Uh-oh, girl coming through don’t be naked. Oh, hey baby.[Heidi looks at the players]
Oh. Oh, I’m sorry. Are you doing the big talk?
Coach: Yeah, baby. I’m doing the big talk. Hey, Corgi Dogs, this is my new wife, Trinity. She’s just passing by.
Trinity: Hi, guys.
Everybody: Hi, miss Trinity.
Trinity: Sorry to interrupt. [Cut to Trinity and Coach] I was just looking for the little metal man with the snickers.
Coach: Yeah. The vending machine’s right down the hall.
Trinity: Okay. All right. I’m gonna bounce. And babe, real quick, is your thing okay?
Trinity: Your thing. Like your thing.
Coach: Yeah. Trinity, my thing is okay.
Trinity: Okay, but you remember the sound it made?
Coach: Yes, I remember the sound.
Trinity: Is it still making that sound?
Coach: No, it’s fine now.
Trinity: Oh, okay. He back. Well, good luck, you guys. [Cut to everybody] And remember, keep it safe out there. Always helmet to helmet.
Coach: All right. Now, [Cut to Coach] like I was saying, we’ve got to focus on the fundamentals.[Cut to Chris and Kyle]
Kyle: Sorry, coach, but I can’t stop thinking about what’s up with your thing?[Cut to Kenan and Mikey[
Kenan: Yeah, coach, what’s up with that thing?[Cut to Coach]
Coach: Look, you all don’t need to worry about my thing. Okay? I’ll worry about my thing for all of us. [Music palaying] Because if I know one thing, in my heart of hearts, it’s that these—[Trinity comes in again]
Trinity: how did I get back in here?[Cut to Chris and Kyle]
Chris: Miss Trinity, what sound did his thing make?[Cut to Coach and Trinity]
Trinity: Oh, it sounded like Mickey Duck.
Kenan: Mickey Duck? Who’s Mickey Duck?[Cut to Coach and Trinity]
Trinity: You know, not space jam Duck. The Mickey Duck, the one with the fat ass.[Cut to Chris and Kyle]
Chris: You mean Donald Duck?[Cut to Coach and Trinity]
Trinity: Yeah, yeah. It was like … (making sounds]
Coach: Trinity, come on.
Trinity: What? I’m the one who had to push the vein back in.
Players: What?[Cut to Coach and Trinity]
Coach: Trinity, leave.
Trinity: Okay. Fine. Good luck, you guys. I used to cheer here. Class of ’18.[Cut to Kenan and Mikey confused]
Kenan: Hey, when did you get remarried?[Cut to Chris and Kyle]
Chris: And how old is she? If you do the math—[Cut to Coach]
Coach: Don’t do the math! Guys—[Cut to Chris and Kyle]
Kyle: Guys, the vein was out?[Cut to Coach]
Coach: Enough. I need you to focus. Now, [Music starts] let’s get our heads in the game, our eyes on the prize, and our feet –[Trinity comes in again]
Trinity: Okay, hold up. Are y’all following me or am I back in the same room?[Cut to Kenan and Mikey]
Mikey: Miss Trinity, when you say the vein was out –[Cut to everybody]
Trinity: I mean it was out. It was like [dancing] mm-mm, and then the top was like folded and then he said call my grandma, she’ll know what to do.[Cut to Kenan and Mikey]
Kenan: Why would your grandma know what to do, coach?[Cut to Coach and Trinity]
Coach: She’s known my body the longest.[Cut to Coach]
Kenan: And with that I quit.[Kenan leaves]
Coach: Babe, look what you did. Leave. I can’t have you talking to me on the job.
Trinity: Oh, okay. Big man acting tough because his thing’s all in one piece again. Okay, well, don’t come crawling back to me when that thing screams (making sounds) which we know it’s going to happen, and it’s we know it’s going to fall off because we know that’s where it’s headed. Bye guys.
Coach: It’s not going to fall off! All right. Listen. I need you all to stop worrying about my thing and get your heads back in the game. [Music playing] Because if there’s one thing I know—[Quack] You’ve got to keep fighting no matter what.[Cut to Chris and Kyle]
Chris: Coach, I think your thing making that sound.[Cut to Coach]
Coach: I know. You know what it’s saying? Win. [Quack} Win the game. [Quack, quack, quack] [Cut to everybody]
Everybody: Yeah! Let’s go. Whoo! Oh, yeah. That’s clean off.[Players all ready to go]
Coach: Oh, yeah! That’s clean off!