Meanwhile, we learn that Juliette prefers Kraft singles to real cheese... That's both literal and a metaphor, and also probably the result of being raised by a meth-addicted mom. Speaking of, MethMom is lurking around the corner! Glenn rushes to try and head her off before she reaches Juliette, and we learn that her name is Jolene. Jolene! Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene! I feel like this show should have myriad tributes to Dolly Parton, and this is NOT one of them. Jolene seems maybe slightly less methy as she yells to Juliette that she wants to tell her things that have been going on. Juliette would rather not know, and instead gets into her car and is driven off, looking awfully disturbed. Poor Glenn, man. Hell hath no fury like a MethMom scorned.
Some time later, Juliette is engaged in one of her favorite pastimes -- admiring photos of herself -- while Randy, the producer guy who she slept with before she nabbed Deacon, tells her that she has 14 solid tracks but needs another six. Is she releasing a double album? Or is this for her tour? Juliette's response has to do with her photos, and she brags that she looks pretty good. Her assistant chimes in with, "Yeah, those whitening strips really worked." Ha! Being a personal assistant must force you to really refine the art of passive aggression. Glenn talks about security being upped, then delivers the news that Deacon will not sign an exclusive contract. But Juliette is not one to take no for an answer and, asking why she pays Glenn if she has to do everything herself, leaves a message for Deacon telling him that they're recording "Undermine" today, and if he wants to be a part of it he should get his butt to the studio. The recording part seems to be news to everybody. The fact that Juliette can be a nasty troll is not.
Cut to the recording studio, where Scarlett is in awe of the fact that Joe Cocker, Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson have all recorded right where she is standing. It's a bit odd that she led with Joe Cocker, right? Gunnar looks thrilled to be there, though Scarlett is "shaking like a leaf on a tree." Watty cues the music for "If I Didn't Know Better," and Scarlett forgets where to come in. Shouldn't there be a team of little birds or gnomes or something to help her out with this?
Meanwhile, Bucky is sitting with Rayna and Deacon and going over their tour schedule. There are a lot of cities on the list, and Bucky notes that it will be a lot of overnights (overnights!), a long time away from home, and a long time for Rayna to be away from the girls. On the upside, though, they have a new bus with a nice big master suite (and heart-shaped bed, maybe?) and decent bunks, ostensibly for Deacon. And really, I expect every country music tour bus to look like Dolly Parton's, which I know is an impossibly high standard. After Bucky leaves, Deacon starts going through set list ideas, and suggests starting off with stripped down versions of their early songs. You know, the songs about how much they loved each other and all the good sexy times they had and soulmates and stuff. Rayna in turn suggests perhaps starting with some of the really big hits, which I imagine are much less intimate. Deacon reminds her that they won't have a band or backup singers, so will probably be better off doing things like they did the other night at the Bluebird. You know, things that make them surface latent feelings and fall in love with each other all over again. Deacon asks if Rayna is freaking out. The answer is obviously yes, but instead of saying that, Rayna asks for a minute alone. She is trying very hard not to cheat on her husband here, which I guess is an upstanding thing.