Oh Lord, and then Peggy shows up at Teddy's campaign quarters. He's like, "Whoa, bitch, what the hay?" But she's crying like the hot mess that she is and tells him that her husband, Robert, didn't believe that nothing happened between the two of them. He's flying back from Hong Kong tonight. Teddy is kind of like, "Not my problem!" and tells her to go home. Peggy tells Teddy that he can't just leave her there, but he proves her wrong by doing exactly that and telling her that she needs to stop being such a freak. How did this basket case ever manage to steal $2 million?
Cut to church, where Juliette is totally doing a solo. Her vocals are whinier than ever in the presence of the Lord, but this paradoxically makes Sean want to bone her even more, and then not bone her at the same time. And, wait. I want you to enjoy these lines of Juliette's song to the Lord with the devirginization motif in mind: "Your songs are stored in my heart / So break me apart / It's for your glory / Let it pour out of me / Let it pour out of me / Let it pour out of me / It's for your glory." Hole. Speaking of, Dana is practically having her first orgasm while singing next to Juliette on stage. Juliette gives fuck-me eyes to Sean, because that's the only way she knows how to express happiness or emotion of any kind.
Meanwhile, Scarlett "plays" "banjo" on Deacon's porch. Avery shows up with a bottle of champagne. It turns out it's his "record deal champagne," and he tells Scarlett that he's flying to Atlanta tomorrow to work with Domino. Scarlett congratulates him, and seems to mean it. Avery tells her that they always said this bottle would be for when he made it. He admits that they should have opened it when she got her deal. Easy to say now that he's finally gotten his break. He hands the bottle to her, and tells her to enjoy it for both of them. She says, "Thank eeeeeeew," and "Good luck in Atlanta," in the most chipmunk voice ever. It's like the voice of a mouse doing a chipmunk impression. Avery thanks her and then walks off, and everyone looks a little sad but not too sad.
With that, church is over. Juliette asks what the Tebow Romo family is doing that evening, and it turns out that Mrs. Tebow Romo always fixes a big Sunday dinner when Tim Tony is in town. Juliette goes, "Awwwwwww," and with a hint of reluctance Mrs. Tebow Romo asks if she'd like to come. Juliette is so starved for any type of familial affection that she throws her arms around Mrs. Tebow Romo while accepting. What a sad little troll she is underneath it all.