Cut to Rayna and Teddy's lovely kitchen, where she grabs some tomatoes as aggressively as possible and notes that Teddy hates politics. He clarifies that he doesn't hate politics -- he hates talking about politics. Well, fortunately I'm sure that's something he'll never have to do as mayor. She once again points out how dastardly her father is, and says that Teddy is going to regret this. Teddy is naÃ¯ve though, and sees Lamar's offer as help. He quotes Lamar's statement that he'll be able to write his own ticket after two terms as mayor and says that Rayna can then go ahead and stop working. Rayna is like, "Duh, who wants to stop being a music superstar?" She doesn't want to just be his little woman, standing at the side of the stage, but he points out that he's pretty much been her little woman all this time. He says, "I know that I wasn't your first choice. I know you settled for me. But I have been there for you every step of the way." Oooh, someone put some cornstarch in that plot! Second-choice Teddy wants some time in the spotlight his own damn self. Rayna looks sad and says that she promised to perform at Cole's announcement. I think she still should, since he would obviously make a better mayor!
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