We then cut to Rayna, who is in a rush to get to the concert arena, mostly because she needs to get out of her head and focus on her actual job. Not helping in this goal is a sighting of none other than Liam McGuinniss in the hotel lobby. Much to Bucky's chagrin, Rayna fails to ignore Liam and in fact goes to say hello, ostensibly to remind him to fuck off. He first asks if she's stalking him, and she's like WHO IS STALKING WHO HERE before reiterating that he's fired. Liam says that he's producing a band based out of wherever they are and Rayna is all, "Quelle coincidence!" but then the band shows up. So, it's unclear if he's there legitimately or if he's indeed stalking her. My opinion is that it's probably a little of both. Bucky tells Rayna not to let Liam get under her skin, and she says that "that person" is the least of her worries. Everyone fails to mention how adept Liam is at being a man who can wear a scarf as a fashion accessory.
Back in Nashville, Teddy and Tandy walk into what I guess is City Hall, and she says that his inauguration plans look good, if subdued. Are they scheduled to take place in the back of divorce court? Will berets bearing a "Conrad 2013" logo be given out as party favors? Tandy mentions that Lamar has a few ideas for Teddy's deputy mayor (some sort of forked-tongue being, perhaps?) before noticing that Teddy's phone has an incoming call from Peggy Kenter. At least he shows some restraint by not having a picture of beret-wearing boobs pop up when she calls. Tandy wants Teddy to tell her that Teddy is not still in contact with (and, I'm guessing, having sexual relations with) "that woman," and Teddy takes this moment to drop his other testicle and tell her that none of this -- neither his appointees nor his fuck buddies -- are hers or Lamar's business. DUDE. Do you guys think Lamar is going to murder Teddy? All I'll say is that I wouldn't be 100% against it.