Back in the land of "Red Lips, White Lies," Juliette is signing CDs while complaining that nobody buys CDs anymore. But Glen has worse news: Sean still hasn't signed the divorce players. Juliette is not pleased, since the more time that lapses before he signs, the longer the press has to figure out that they're actually married. Glen gently suggests that Juliette might try reaching out to him, but she thinks she's the last person he wants to hear from. Meanwhile, Bucky enters Rayna's dressing room with the previously discussed guitar player. She asks him to just play the changes, and he says that he's already talked about this with Bucky. But Rayna has more notes. She also wants him to sing WITH her, so it doesn't feel like she has to follow him. He agrees. She then has MORE notes, saying that she wants them to feel like a unit. That's what the guitar player was trying to do, or so he says, adding that with all due respect, he doesn't know what the hell she wants from him. We do: to be Deacon. The guitar player says that she's impossible to please (probably true in this case), quits, and walks out. Bucky is concerned about this situation, noting that they have a tour starting tomorrow, and a second guitar player just quit. Second! Rayna wants Bucky to go find a guitar player, and he asks if anyone he finds will be good enough. Probably only if his name begins with "D" and ends with "eacon."
At Teddy Conrad campaign headquarters (which look like they might be located inside a Walgreen's), Lamar, Teddy and Tandy watch a television interview with Coleman. Cole says that he's not hiding behind the walls of a gated community like SOME people who shall remain nameless, and is going to be out interacting with voters. While Lamar and Teddy surmise that Coleman is pounding the pavement because he's out of cash, Tandy says that Cole is a known quantity from his years of actually being a good politician, which might be enough to sway undecided voters. At least the smart ones. Whereas, Lamar does not hesitate to point out, "Conrad" is not the household name it once was when Teddy's grandfather became a senator by "taking certain measures into his own hands." Basically, Lamar and Tandy want to buy Teddy votes. But Teddy would like to maintain the half-teaspoon of a soul that he has left, and says he'd rather lose the race than win it on bought votes. Lamar's forked tongue darts out and catches a fly in response.