In this episode, Coach Orlando tells Lucas how his friend, Bryan, started to change when he met the gang. Have a look at these two sentences:
"Bryan started skipping school."
"Bryan started hanging out with other friends."
When one verb is followed by another, the second verb can either be an infinitive or, like in the examples above, an -ing form. It is possible to change the sentences above without changing the meaning:
"Bryan started to skip school."
"Bryan started to hang out with other friends."
But, with other verbs, it is often only possible to use one type of verb or changing the verb type also changes the meaning. Have a go at this activity to learn more: