When Juliette gets back to her house, Deacon asks if everything's okay. She puts on a big smile and says that it's all great. They look quite cozy with their cups of coffee, but just as she's offering to make (or more likely order) something, Deacon sees an incoming call from Rayna and says he has to go. He leaves without a kiss, hug, or anything, and just says, "Thanks for everything." Getting a "Thanks" on the morning after is for sure a "He's just not that into you" kind of moment. And right she had to deal with MethMom, too. As soon as Deacon gets outside he calls Rayna back. She wants to talk, in person. Deacon agrees, and we see tears in Rayna's eyes.
But the one who REALLY should be crying is Teddy. We cut to the Music City Credit Union, where Teddy is meeting with a guy who is ostensibly the ever-powerful, string-pulling Billy. They're quite friendly with each other, and Teddy says that he'd like to take out a line of credit. Billy warns that qualifying these days is a bigger bitch than his third wife (har har?) but says he'll do what he can. He warns that things are backlogged, though, because the feds are auditing the credit union, all the way back to 2008. Billy looks awfully nervous, and says he'd better talk to Rayna before applying for that line of credit. And so continues the saga of the inscrutable bad money rich guy thing that no one really cares about all that much!