The thrill of pulling some strings has resulted in Lamar getting a spring in his step once again, and he shows up at a board meeting much to Tandy's surprise (and chagrin). She's sitting in his chair. She moves from his chair. Coup: failed.
While Juliette is getting her makeup done for The View segment, she gets a call from Jolene. Jolene cries about how she's always been a disappointment, then asks her to promise not to go on the show. Juliette instantly wonders if Jolene is using, and then Jolene tells Juliette that she's always had a beautiful light about her. We see Jolene put the SD card in the garbage disposal. Some handyman is going to find this shit, right? Juliette tells Emily to cancel The View. Barbara Walters is NOT going to take this well.
Back in the clink, Gunnar thanks Will for having his back. Will doesn't mind being in jail so much -- it's not his first time and probably not the last. True outlaw! He notes that it doesn't seem much like Gunnar, though. Gunnar doesn't know what's like him because becoming Johnny Bravo makes you have an identity crisis and stuff. And then Will apologizes for "that thing I did." YOU know the thing he's talking about. Gunnar says he overreacted and was just... surprised. Well, at least devout homophobia is not among his flaws at the moment. Will tells him that, when he was seventeen, his dad caught him with "a friend." His dad drove him out to the middle of nowhere and asked him to explain himself. Will couldn't because he didn't know what was going on with him. His dad told him he couldn't live under his room while he figured it out. So Will hitched a ride to Abilene and hasn't been home since. Gunnar asks if Will found out the answer to his question and, in a big time heartbreak moment, Will shakes his head and says the only time he's happy is when he's on stage playing and singing and being a country music star. He'll do whatever it takes to get there (including, I'm guessing, being closeted and then having a big ole' gay sex scandal after he's famous). Gunnar says, "Me too," which isn't news at this point.
Juliette, Emily and Bo then arrive at Jolene's apartment. They see Dante's dead body, the pills, the gun and then Jolene unconscious on the couch with, like, pill dust all over her face. In that order. Juliette grabs her mom's head and tells her to wake up, then screams as we head to commercial.
When we return, Maddie is home alone and poking around in Rayna's closet. She's not just looking to steal some shoes, though. Instead, she pulls out a metal box and looks worried.