Back on the FLICKERSTICK relationship therapy couch, Fletcher reveals that he finally told Angela about his tour, um, adventures. Her initial reaction was "get out." Then, she decided she wanted to try and keep the family together. Aw! Then Dom says in an interview that when you're in a band, "it's impossible to be in a relationship until you're completely successful, because you're going to do what you have to do to make it." What? So if you're in a band, you're going to have to screw other people? To "make it"? And whatever does "completely successful" consist of? Someone smack Dom for me.
Rex goes a little nuts after the show at Stubb's. His wife shows up, surprising him. They had a fight beforehand. He avoids the cameras in a panic. Then, while locked behind a door, he has a deeply agitated conversation with an unknown woman about his failing relationship. This shit right here kills me. It's the break-up conversation you have with yourself each time you break up with someone, but this is out loud, and on tape, and on television. Here's an excerpt: "I want to feel passionate about somebody again. And I don't feel passionate about her anymore. Why do you need that partner, why do you need it? That's my question. There's no homefront to hold down. I just miss being in love with someone. You hurt when you're in love with someone." The woman he's talking with asks if the person in HARLOW that he's intrigued with will stand by him. We see a couple of scenes of Rex and Rayshele being comfortable with each other. Then Fletcher leads Rex back to the hotel, with Rex asking where Rayshele's room is, and to help him, and to bring the therapy on. The segment ends with an off-camera voice asking if "we should talk about Rayshele" and Rex saying no. Well, then.