We cut to Scarlett, heading home to her boyfriend Avery, who's on the phone. She wants to tell him about Watty's offer, but when she sees Avery's face and hears that the manager who was supposed to come see his band tonight bailed, she pulls back. Avery is clearly disappointed, but says that if it was easy to make it in the music business, everybody would be doing it. As he wishes for a break, Scarlett says that she forgot what it was she wanted to talk to him about. Maybe they should go "write a song" to boost everyone's spirits!
Back at the rehearsal space, Rayna and Deacon are packing up and she asks if he got an official offer to join Juliette's tour. He doesn't answer, but his sigh indicates yes. Rayna says it's out of line, and Deacon replies that he's not touring with Juliette, he's touring with Rayna. But lest you think that Juliette is the type who takes an easy no OR who takes a break from stalking people with whom she wants to "write songs," she pulls up in her vintage Chevy truck after Rayna has walked to her car and asks Deacon if he's ready to go "finish their song." Her powers of persuasion are such that Deacon gets right in the truck instead of immediately filing for a restraining order, as he should. From across the parking lot, Rayna sees them drive off and looks disgusted. She's eventually got to drop at least one comment about the fact that Deacon is old enough to be Juliette's dad, right?
We follow the truck down a country road and past a sign that says "no trespassing." As Juliette drives over the grass and parks right next to a creek, Deacon points out that they're on private property. That turns out to be no problem, as it's Juliette's private property. She says that Tammy Wynette once owned this land, and even though I suspect that she's more talented than we've been led to believe, that's WAY overshooting. Juliette plans to build a house on this land at some point, so she'll have a place to go and "be herself." Deacon asks who she's trying to be the rest of the time, and Juliette says, "Whatever my manager says will sell the most records." Awww, poor little zillionaire! The struggle, the struggle! Deacon thinks there's nothing wrong with that, and Juliette says there's nothing wrong with wanting more than that either. Well, if she wants people to take her more seriously, she might make a start by not being so mean and skanky all the time.