Speaking of just doing it, Teddy has driven Peggy the 300 yards back to her new home, with its giant, comfortable bed featuring her giant, willing ladyparts. She wishes Teddy could see what she sees -- a proud, smart, hardworking man who only embezzled $2 million that one time. He deserves happiness, she says, and someone to tell him that she believes in him, and always has. He shouldn't have to work so hard to try to make someone love him. Peggy has really nailed the fact that the way to seduce Teddy is not through overt sexuality, but through attempts to repair his eviscerated self-confidence and have his balls drop at least a quarter inch out of his body. He just wants someone to like him, you guys. It's preferable if that person also is blind to the fact that he's kind of a chump. Peggy pats his hand and starts to get out of the car. But then Teddy grabs her hand and squeezes it before pulling her to him and laying one on her. They get involved in some closed-lip makeout fun times, and we get insight into why Rayna and Teddy probably haven't had sex in seven years. Meanwhile, these two have learned absolutely nothing about how you're supposed to conduct shady and secretive dealings in non-public places.
And then we're with the host of Star Towns, who is walking next to Avery and talking for the camera all about how he's taking the alt-country world by storm. He walks by his and Scarlett's old place (which is of course still Scarlett's current home), and calls it the best place he ever lived. While the crew films B-roll of Avery walking by, a forest vole in a scraggly weave and oversized sweater sticks its head out the window and yells, "Avery?" Avery tells the film crew that this is his ex-girlfriend Scarlett, who is an incredible musician. He adds that they are still great friends, which is proven to be a bit of an overstatement as Scarlett comes and scowls at him while telling the crew to point their "thingy" in the other direction since she's not signing any releases. He should be glad for that, since she wants the money that he owes her, and he is a complete dick to her in response. She makes it clear that she's unimpressed by the film crew before calling him pathetic and walking away.