Back at their house, Teddy and Rayna have a chat about Peggy. Rayna claims that Peggy still has the hots for Teddy, and Teddy pretends not to know what she's talking about. He says it's been fifteen years. So I guess they dated? Rayna doesn't seem jealous exactly, just sort of amiably put out. She's also been thrown off by being at the country club and seeing "those people." Teddy says, "They're you're people," and Rayna is shocked. She says that they're her daddy's people, and Teddy's people now. Rich Republicans -- they come in handy when you're running for mayor. Rayna notes that she has a very different worldview from most of them, and adds that just about every woman there would make a better politician's wife than she does. I think that's mostly due to lack of interest. Teddy seems a little touched by her vulnerability, and tells her that he didn't marry her because she'd be a good politician's wife. She asks why he did marry her. He does not say, "Because you were knocked up with another dude's baby and in kind of a bind." Instead, Teddy says, "...Because you dazzle me. And you always have." Now, that's pretty sweet. Sometimes I think that they're actually a cute couple and that they really do love each other. I mean, I don't think they've had sex in about six years, but still.
We cut to Juliette's Twitter feed, where a whole bunch of folks seem to have opinions about her recent fall from grace. Juliette is starting to look concerned, and just in time we have Jolene telling her to look on the bright side -- she's whipped up a batch of Juliette's favorite dish, which is called "pink macaroni." Just like Juliette likes it, with the ketchup and big ole' dollop of cream cheese. And, I mean, I am as much of a fan of the tacky church fundraiser cookbooks as anyone, but "pink macaroni" seems a little extreme. Juliette yells that she doesn't eat that crap -- after all, she's moved on to the gastronomical favorite of foodies everywhere: Kraft singles. She then attacks Jolene for pretending to act like a good mom when she's really casing Juliette's house to see what she can sell for drugs. I mean, that's a pretty fair assumption. Jolene looks distraught, and Juliette grabs her backpack and dumps out the contents. But instead of finding the good silverware or jewelry or a Ziploc bag full of $100 bills, she finds a photo of Jolene napping with a baby who I assume is Juliette. And then everybody cries. I have to say that Hayden Panettiere is pretty much killing it in this role. Who knew?