Juliette takes up Deacon on an offer he makes to talk to her mother. He lets Jolene know that even though her daughter appears to have it all, she’s hurting. She needs her mama to be clean. Jolene agrees to enter a sober house, but not before having another outburst where she slaps Juliette hard. Deacon leads her into the familiar treatment facility after confiscating the bottle of pills that fell out of her purse. He later lets Juliette know that she should put all the issues that are bringing her down regarding her mama in her rearview mirror.
Daphne mentions how much things have changed lately. Her dad isn’t around much when it used to be her mom who was always away. This gives Rayna the bright idea to do a song about their situation. She calls it “Topsy Turvy.” Teddy comes home while she’s hammering out the lyrics. He asks his wife if she slept with Deacon. Rayna would never do that, but Teddy knows she may have wanted to. If only these two could put the past behind them.
Gunnar boasts that he is in an exclusive relationship with Hailey after Scarlett reminds him that she’s in an exclusive relationship with Avery. Now all he has to do is make his “casual” girlfriend become his “actual” girlfriend. Judging by the passionate make-out session Gunnar and Hailey share, we’re pretty sure that “casual” thing is history. As for Scarlett, she lets Avery know that she longs for the day when she can stop trying to prove her loyalty to him.