Back at home, Teddy asks Rayna if there's something going on with her and Liam. She tells him that there isn't, except that she fired him because he was doing some kind of a deal behind her back. Teddy notes that it seemed like a lot more than that, and she tells him that, given that another man in her life lied to her, it feels like a lot more than that. Teddy is all, "CAN YOU GIVE IT A REST?" and I feel him on that for once. He says that he's apologized, and knows he screwed up, but he's been at home holding out hope for a reconciliation while she's out on the road doing "God knows what." She points out that "God knows what" includes paying for their house. He counters that he's been at home raising their kids. And... does no one still realize that he's going to be MAYOR? Rayna says that she's not divorcing OR calling the cops on him, which might be all he can ask for right now. Teddy wants to win Rayna back, and all she can say in return is, "It's complicated." He's giving her feelings, and she's giving him a Facebook preset. Just get divorced already!
Teddy notes that when he met Rayna, Deacon had destroyed her, with his quintuple rehabs and such. All she wanted was someone solid, with his life together, and Teddy was that guy. And when things fell apart for him financially, he lost his way while trying to be the guy that he thought Rayna wanted him to be. Okay, do NOT blame her for the fact that you embezzled all that cash. He knows he made the wrong choice, but was doing it for the right reason, which he thinks makes him and Rayna alike. He just called himself the wrong choice! He is going to be a terrible mayor, even though this whole thing reinforces the fact that he's actually kind of a good husband. And he probably deserves a nice lady who appreciates that about him.
Meanwhile, JT and the boys are all set up in Scarlett's yard for the inaugural rehearsal of Bleatwood Quack. She comes out and tells them that they can play there as long as they want, but Gunnar nixed the idea of joining forces. And...wait, have telephones not been invented in Nashville? Adding my theory about the lack of telecommunication technology, Gunnar is actually there and has already taught the band a new song. So...could Scarlett not hear all this happening from the house? Did no one think to knock on the door? What is wrong with these people? Aside from all the obvious stuff? Gunnar says he wanted the good guys to win. Scarlett wishes he'd talk about whatever it is that's bothering him, but he'd rather just play. THANK GOD.