Oh Lord, and then we see Coleman Carlisle getting pulled over by the cops in his Lamar-orchestrated traffic distraction. An officer says that he failed to signal a turn, and asks for his license and registration. Cole tries to pull the, "I'm Coleman Carlisle" method of getting out of it, but it's obviously not working in this case, even when Cole says he's en route to an important engagement. He promises that he'll be very careful, and they can treat this as a warning, and he'll go. And that, my friends, was the wrong tactic. The cop thinks that Cole is getting belligerent, and asks him to step out of the vehicle. At the Clean Campaign Pledge, Teddy makes a big deal about Cole's absence, and only wavers momentarily when he sees Peggy coming in and taking a seat. He signs the pledge with a really big pen, because he has SO much honestly and integrity, obviously!
Back at the lunch date, Juliette asks Sean if he's as much of a goody-two-shoes as he seems, and he in turn asks if she's as much of a klepto as she seems. Touché, sir! No fumbling there! Juliette is intrigued by the fact that Sean never goes out -- he does, after all, want to keep his position as starting quarterback even if he's doing a terrible job. She's got an idea. They're young, hot, and she has a private jet, and so they can go anywhere. He has practice in the morning, and she promises to get him back by his curfew. Sean has a flicker of doubt, but Juliette's final, "Let's go, choirboy," and also probably her boobs, convince him to tag along on her joyride.
Back at the Clean Campaign Pledge, Teddy is shaking hands. When Peggy comes up to him, he asks what she's doing there. Trying to get in his pants, obviously. And also volunteering for his campaign -- a fact of which he had no prior knowledge. She says that she has a light workload right now, and her husband is in Hong Kong starting a new business. So, she thought, why not pursue one more bad idea with the person who already could get you sent to federal prison? As she kisses him on the cheek, a camera snaps a whole bunch of photos. Dun dunnnnnnnn! And speaking of ominous moments, we cut back to Cole and the cops, who are searching his car. He says that this is straight up harassment, which it is! But at that moment, one of the cops makes a discovery -- the bottle of Oxy that Deacon surrendered to him. The cop asks if he has a prescription. I think we all know the answer to that. And so Cole is placed under arrest pending a preliminary narcotics investigation. Harmless traffic stop, indeed!