Avery walks up and introduces himself to Reed, who is rather complimentary. It turns out that Reed is looking for someone to open for The Lumineers when they come to town, and Avery thinks that the Avery Barkley Band would be the perfect choice. Reed wonders if Avery really thinks they're ready for that, and of course Avery does. Reed shakes his hand, says it was great to hear him play, and leaves. Scarlett and Avery are both confused as to whether Reed actually liked the band, and the Very Interested Lady interrupts to say that he did, but is a coward who never really knows if he likes anything until ten people in town tell him that he does. This lady is Marilyn Rhodes, and she's a manager who is interested in representing Avery and his band. She thinks he could be HUGE. And by "he" she means his penis. Thus, the keen interest. Marilyn gives Avery a card, tells him to call her, and notes that she and Reed go back a long way, and she thinks Avery would make a great opener for The Lumineers. If either Avery or Scarlett had a brain, they might wonder why, if Marilyn and Reed are so friendly, they were sitting five feet away from one another and never exchanged a word.
Meanwhile, Rayna and Bucky go to Liam McGuinness's warehouse studio in what is apparently a rather dicey part of town. Rayna is not wearing the appropriate shoes for this visit. She confirms with Bucky that they have an appointment, but has to knock a whole bunch before anyone answers the door. Liam McGuinnis appears, clearly terrifically unimpressed. When Rayna says that they're looking forward to talking with him about possibly producing her new album, Liam declines even to hear her music. He says he took this consultation as a courtesy, but doesn't think they do the same thing musically -- Rayna is "moms and SUVs," which is a language that Liam doesn't speak. He does seem to be fluent in dick, though, especially when he tells her that there won't be a charge and shuts the door in her face. THAT is his version of a courtesy?
Back in the land of orchestrated romance, Juliette and Sean are having lunch together. He says he really likes her video for "the song with the telescope," and she has to explain to him that this is not an actual date. Sean knows that, but thought they might try having fun anyway and get to know each other a bit. He never should have opened that door, because what Juliette really wants to know is why he's such a terrible football player. We get a little Loretta Lynn thrown in as the scene changes, just to underscore the sass.