Just when we were getting excited about these imminent and much-delayed sexy times, we cut to Teddy paying a visit to Peggy "I'mma boil your bunny" Kenter. She says she has doctor's statements, but he doesn't care to see them. He gives her a check, and she says she's feeling a little nauseated but not bad. Meanwhile, it is I who am nauseated at her Lifetime movie storyline! Peggy goes on about how she loves being preggy, and promises to raise their baby right. She has a feeling that it's going to be a boy, and is thinking about naming him "Theodore" after the father who wants nothing to do with her or his son. How touching. Teddy says he'll see her in a month. If only the same could be said for we, the viewing audience.
Then we join Will, in the middle of getting his Edgehill makeover with Brent accompanying him. Basically, they gave him a black cowboy hat. How edgy! Brent tells Will that he's getting one of the performance slots at the stockholders showcase, and just needs to get the song he wants to sing to the band. As Brent takes a call, Scarlett and Zoey show up. Will asks how they like his new look, and Scarlett asks where the bachelorette party is. A terrified Scarlett heads away with the stylist, leaving Zoey a chance to flirt with Will. Wrong tree, honey.
Juliette and Avery take a tour around the Wentworth manse and joke about its extreme opulence when Charles approaches them, guitar in hand. He wants to sit in during the concert. Though he's not very good, he thinks Olivia would love it. Juliette says that of course he can -- it's his party, and besides it's quite a sweet gesture. Avery remarks on the beauty of the guitar that Charles is holding, and it turns out it's one of Hank Williams' old guitars. He wanted Hank's D-28, but Neil Young won't give it up. Oh man, this guy. He asks Avery to tune the guitar, and when she sees the look on Avery's face Juliette asks if he's going to tune it or breast feed it. These two are so adorable together, and also so size-appropriate!
Back at the stylist's, Scarlett worries that none of the chosen outfits are "her." The stylist points out that that's a good thing, and the world co-signs. She holds up a little sequined number and says that Rayna would love it on her. Scarlett is aghast that the dress costs more than she makes in a month, and the stylist notes that if she does things right that won't be the case for much longer. JUST PUT ON THE DAMN DRESS.
Meanwhile, Will wants Zoey to go with him as a date to the showcase. She can't, since Scarlett already asked her, and this leaves Will to default to Gunnar as his plus one. Still, he thinks it would be a great idea for the four of them to share a limo. (In what universe?) Zoey, who I think is not really all that great of a friend to Scarlett after all, says that it sounds tempting.