Meanwhile, Juliette's house is filled with gifts celebrating her triumph of a duet, including a big bouquet of flowers from Marshall Evans. Juliette does not want flowers -- she wants her tour back. She tells this to Glen via phone before getting call waiting from "Mom's rehab," which she declines. And then Sean shows up. It turns out he ran to her house just to give her a newspaper touting her success on the Ryman stage. And now he has to go because: running. Juliette wants him to feel her boobs just for a minute. She wonders how long he's going to keep up this "no sex before marriage" thing. The answer is: until he's married. It's how his parents raised him, he says, before inviting Juliette to CHURCH with his whole FAMILY. I would actually dump this guy on the spot, but Juliette agrees. I think she's too befuddled to do anything else.
Then we cut to Deacon, visiting some friends who have a sweet-yet-cheesy guitar-shaped pool. These are old musical buddies who, it's turned out, have made it really big. They used to play together in a dive bar called The Lomax Inn, and now everyone but Deacon has made it to the Hall of Fame. Deacon says he must have got off the wrong bus somewhere. Doesn't he mean he must have gotten off at the wrong bus stop? The lesson here is to get a rental car with GPS. Guitar-pool-guy and his band, who we will eventually learn are called the Revel Kings, are in town for a week or so before heading off to Asia and Australia. It turns out that their guitar player is hanging up his strap, so they want Deacon to hit the road with them when they head out. He'll have a two-year contract, and if everyone is still digging it after that time, he'll be a full band member. It turns out that Deacon has not been selected solely for his guitar skills -- the band has recently become sober and this is step six, or something. Deacon asks for a little time to think about it, and the band says to sleep on it. One of the guys asks what's keeping him down in Nashville, and Deacon knows better than to say aloud, "My married ex from twelve years ago."