Rayna visits Lamar, with two big iced coffees in tow. Is that really good for a dude who just had a heart attack or two? In any case, Lamar has papers spread all over the table, but it has nothing to do with a baseball field. It's his Rayna Jaymes scrapbook! Awwww. Even though he didn't always approve of her choices, he still followed her career. Rayna didn't know this and is touched, and brings up the fact that Watty told her about the affair with her mother. But Lamar doesn't want to dwell in the past. Rather, he wants to start over with Rayna. She'd like that too. Father and child reunion! I'm sure he'll get nasty to her again about two episodes from now, though.
And then it's time for Teddy to confront Peggy about leaking news of his divorce to the tabloids. She says that she didn't mean to, and that a reporter tricked her into confirming the story. Riiiiiiiight. And berets grow on trees. Peggy claims to have felt awful about it, which is why she never said anything. Teddy asks how the reporter got the story, and she desperately says that she doesn't know, and that Teddy has to believe her. She makes the mistake of mentioning Lamar, thinking that he was the one who told Teddy. This is all news to Teddy, and Peggy admits that if she didn't convince Teddy to pick Lamar's stadium site, he threatened to spill the beans. Now Teddy gets to be pissed about that too. Peggy reminds him that they love each other, but he says that's not enough. He first asks Peggy to leave, then upon her protestation tells her to leave. This is all going to end with Peggy rearing up from a bathtub after we all think she's dead, isn't it?
It's morning back at the tree trunk, where Gunnar has spent the night in the guest room since he got in so late. Scarlett drops the news that she spoke to Rayna about the dead brother situation, and Rayna is happy to give him another shot. Gunnar is a giant dick as he says that he didn't ask her to do that. Scarlett thought that he'd be excited about this opportunity, because it's what they both wanted. Gunnar says that Scarlett knows who she is as an artist, but he's just figuring it out. He loved the raw and real sound from his night at Tootsie's, and would like to continue stealing his dead brother's lyrics and see where it leads. That's the music he'd like to play now, and it's not something that he and Scarlett can do together. Scarlett says that she just wants him to be happy, and he says that of course he's happy. He doesn't LOOK very happy, though.