Later in the parking lot, Deacon and Rayna sit together in his car and she wishes that they hadn't done that song. Because: feelings. They both avoid looking at each other, and Deacon asks what they're going to do now. IT, obviously. But not tonight. Rayna gets out of the car as Deacon gets a very sad, complicated look. When Rayna gets home, she hugs Teddy -- some may say guiltily! -- and with tears in her eyes says that she loves him. Put that in your vulnerability study and analyze it!
Next week: Meth mom! Also, Rayna says it's about time for her to let Deacon go, not realizing he's already gone...back to Juliette's bed.
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