As kids, Betty Anne and Kenny spent more time on their own and in trouble than they did in a stable environment, meaning they don’t always behave according to social norms. In a scene that takes place before Kenny’s arrest, Betty Anne and her fiance Rick (Loren Dean) celebrate their engagement in a honky-tonk with Kenny’s baby-momma Brenda (Clea Duvall) and infant daughter. Kenny takes his child out on the dance floor and sways around with her while Betty Anne tells the table that her brother is such a good daddy, though Rick’s face betrays his skepticism. When a dancing patron questions Kenny’s parenting to his face, he explains that his daughter likes the band, drops the baby off with her mother, and head-butts the guy. It’s a scary, violent moment that shocks everyone at the table, but he shrugs it off and starts dancing seductively, stripping, and making the women in his life laugh again.