At a party celebrating the victory, Hugo plans with school outcast Roger Calhoun (Elden Henson) to go to the school's dean, Bob Brable (John Heard) and tell him that Odin raped his daughter, Desi (Julia Stiles), whom Odin has been dating.
Hugo promises Roger that Desi will be his after Odin is out of the way, but Roger is only a pawn in Hugo's ultimate plan to destroy Odin. At the celebration party, Hugo engineers a fight between Roger and a very drunk Michael, who is temporarily suspended from the team.
Discovering his love for acting during his high school years, Martin Sheen has portrayed various types of characters, ranging from killers to world leaders.
His stage debut in the 1965 Broadway production of "The Subject Was Roses" won him a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actor.
After making his film debut in "The Incident" (1967), he went on delivering performances in such films as "Catch-22" (1970), "Badlands" (1973), "Apocalypse Now" (1979), "Gandhi" (1982), "Wall Street" (1987), "The American President" (1995), and "Catch Me if You Can" (2002).
Beginning from 1960s to 2000s he already appeared in numerous series, one of which successfully helped him achieve worldwide fame which was the political drama "The West Wing".
Taking on the lead role of President Josiah Bartlet in the critically acclaimed series, he received a Best Actor Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Emmy Award six times.
Later at an awards ceremony, the coach, Duke Goulding (Martin Sheen) presents the MVP award to Odin for his efforts, an award he shares with his teammate Michael Cassio (Andrew Keegan).
In giving Odin the award, Duke passes over his son Hugo (Josh Hartnett), Odin's teammate and best friend.