Rayna is doing a round of PR for her tour. She’s reeling from Teddy’s announcement but pulls it together like a champ. Frankly, I don’t think she’s all that upset. I think the shock is more because he asked her first. And she’s realizing one chapter of her life is ending. But I don’t think she’s devastated or feeling that she is losing something she doesn’t want to.
Juliette is ordering Goodman to arrange a catwalk for Juliette’s acoustic portion of her show. He’s all is rude like “Acoustic? You?” It’s pretty gross coming from her manager. He tells her she promised to “behave” after her scandals (shoplifting, annulment, CrackMom, etc) and Juliette is incandescent with rage. Good for her. There is nothing more infuriating than some puffy-haired middle manager telling a woman to “behave”. Or insulting. Juliette, fire that prick!
Hey, buddy, if you don’t like some hot young thing telling you what to do and what not to do, don’t be a pop starlet’s manager. A free tip from SourCake.
I wonder if it will eventually come out that Goodman is in debt or some financial crisis and that is why he is so fucking gung-ho on squeezing as much money out of Juliette as possible? Or that he is stealing from her and doesn’t want her trough to dry up?
Oh Gunnar! You are such a chick! He drapes himself in the doorway in front of Scarlett, dressed only in a towel (the male equivalent of getting your tits out).
Watty White calls. It’s pretty exciting.
He tells her Rayna has listened to their demo and wants to meet to discuss signing them to her new record label.
AWWWWWWWWW. What a beautifully heavy-handed shot. The dishabille, the unmade bed, the unspoken promise that these two will FINALLY get down to business soon.
Hmmm, here’s a surprise. The Irish Pony has not faded into obscurity. He’s back.
That little alcoholic grew on me.
Tandy is escorting Teddy into City Hall when his phone rings. Quelle surprise, it’s Crazy Peggy. Tandy starts up and Teddy gloriously shuts her down, telling her that what he does as mayor or in his personal life is none of her or Lamar’s business.
That’s the face of someone who begs to differ.
Avery is whining to Cougar Manager (what is her name? Marilyn? I think it’s Marilyn) about how Wyclef Jean is such a control freak who dictates from afar. And he’s broke.
I shouldn’t be living like this. I have one song on the radio that is clogged with other completely forgettable songs.