Avery is being filmed for a TV show that features segments on up-and-coming music artists. He decides to swing by his old place with the production crew. Scarlett confronts him about the rent money, but Avery lets her know that it’s not his problem. This leads her to asking Gunnar to be her new roommate. A short time later, Avery shows up to give Scarlett the money he owes. He accuses her of sleeping with Gunnar. This leads to fistfight where Avery gets decked. He crawls out of the apartment and back to Marilyn, who is shocked to hear that Avery no longer wants to sleep with her.
When Peggy runs into Teddy on the street, she details all of the recent changes in her life—like the fact that she’s now single. She also lets the mayor-elect know that he shouldn’t have to work so hard to make someone love him. This leads to a passionate kiss in the car that ends up with the Teddy and Peggy in bed together. Both have instant regrets about what they just did.
Glenn accuses Deacon of filling Juliette’s head with crazy thoughts in an attempt to fill the void he feels regarding Rayna. A short time later, Deacon finds himself in an elevator once again with his former partner. He’s still not talking to her, but that’s only because he’s too busy kissing her until he exits off his floor. Rayna stays behind in the elevator completely bewildered.
After pacing for awhile in her hotel suite, Rayna texts her room number to Deacon. Moments later, there’s a knock on her door. Rayna is stunned to see Teddy on the other side. Deacon catches site of him in the hallway. He steps away as Teddy steps inside. Rayna listens as her husband speaks his peace. Teddy realizes that things aren’t going to change between them. There isn’t going to be a magical moment when she just looks at him and loves him. That’s why he tells his stunned wife that he wants a divorce.