care to explain how a man who literally only appeared for two seconds in this episode is a villain, let alone a Complete Monster? we never see him beat the kid and the Ugly Man is the antagonist - it is the monster Buffy fights and kills, the Coach is just a random dude who gets scared and tries to run away at the end, hardly the "pure evil" character some on this article seem to try and make him Puzzle-Master (talk) 12:15, November 20, 2013 (UTC)
are you seriously trying to tell me a character who beat a child under his care is somehow heroic or neutral? last time I checked child abuse and attempted murder were amongst the most evil of all crimes - next to the obvious "R" word.
Yet I'll play along and explain something - this guy is meant to be a trusted adult figure in a community whose job was to not only make the kids under his care better at their sport but also ensure their safety.. instead he beat someone's child to the point they entered a coma.. because he lost a game.
Beating anyone for losing is a gross violation of basic humanity, beating a child who did nothing to harm you other than lose is pure evil - if it was rage or whatever he should of never been allowed near kids to begin with but the fact he tried to run shows he knows what he did was wrong and that he didn't want to face punishment.
Also I like how you think Ugly Man is the main antagonist, if you watched the episode it was crystal clear the Ugly Man *IS* the Kiddy League Coach in demon form - so in many ways Ugly Man is just an extension of this man's cruelty Doctor Mad (talk) 12:23, November 20, 2013 (UTC)