Peggy shows up at Teddy's campaign office quite upset about her husband, who suspects she and Teddy are having an affair. Teddy tells her she’ll have to deal with this problem on her own, as his campaign is heating up. He leaves her alone in the campaign parking lot.
After Coleman releases the photos, Rayna goes to talk to Peggy. It’s too late. She arrives right as Peggy is put onto an ambulance after overdosing on sleeping pills. Rayna confronts Teddy, realizing that people don't just attempt to kill themselves if nothing is going on. He comes clean about the failed Cumberland deal and Peggy’s involvement with getting the finances back on track. Despite Teddy doing this for his family, Rayna feels he was selfish and put them in jeopardy. She can’t just stand by a man who won’t stand by her.
Deacon visits Juliette. She suggests they continue to write together. He delivers a letter her mother wrote from rehab. Juliette is hurt by his interference and brings up the memories that prove Jolene was far from a perfect mother.
Scarlett talks through the kiss with Gunnar, saying she needs time before they write together because of her confusion over what it means. But they won't have time to figure it all out when Jeanne toasts to their successful partnership. She breaks the news that their song “Fade Into You” is their first big break.
Rayna meets with Deacon, finding comfort in her oldest friend. She pushes him to hit road with the Revel Kings. Rayna then shows up at Teddy's press conference to show her support for her husband and to reiterate there was no affair. However, she clarifies to Teddy that this was all just for their daughters.
Rayna later meets with Marshall, who due to the success of their duet single, presents the mutually beneficial opportunity of a co-headline arena tour with Juliette. After the recent series of events, Rayna is surprisingly open to the possibility, which she dismissed not long ago.
Juliette’s life is about to possibly change, too. She leads Sean out to her pool, which is lit entirely by candlelight. Here, she makes her own choice regarding her family, asking him to be her husband.