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NASHVILLE 4X11 Debriefing: Wedding Bell Blues

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Rejoice, Nashville fans! The day you’ve been wishing for since this show premiered four years ago finally arrives: Deacon and Rayna are tying the knot, come hell or high water! Which may be more than a figure of speech, if their history is anything to go by.

Nels
Nels knew how to operate a TV remote control before she knew how to talk. As a result, she has spent an inordinate amount of time pretending she actually lives on a soundstage. When she isn’t watching whichever show is currently capturing her heart, she is writing about how said show is currently capturing her heart. She loves pie.

NASHVILLE 4X09 (belated) Debriefing: Fellas, I think we’ver got ourselves a song

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Howdy, y’all!

First up: apologies for the radio silence for the past few months. Apparently real life thinks it takes precedence over Music CIty’s latest scandals. That just ain’t right!

Since last we met here, our favorite songbirds have gone through quite the storm. Jeff kicked the bucket, Juliette hit rock bottom and went to rehab, Avery filed for divorce, Rayna is producing for bad boy Markus Keen while Deacon steams, Scarlett and Gunnar are still continuing their (never-ending) cycle, Will wrestles with being a country music outcast, Luke is dealing with his son’s disdain for him in the wake of the coverup, and Maddie is acting like she’s the first teenager to lose her virginity, while Daphne thinks she’s the only one left behind. Oh my! We’ve got a lot to catch up on.

Nels
Nels knew how to operate a TV remote control before she knew how to talk. As a result, she has spent an inordinate amount of time pretending she actually lives on a soundstage. When she isn’t watching whichever show is currently capturing her heart, she is writing about how said show is currently capturing her heart. She loves pie.

NASHVILLE 4X02 Debriefing: Mourning in the morning

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Sometimes this show is so on the nose, isn’t it?

As is often the case on Nashville, no one can have nice things for long on this show, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Deacon and Scarlett wait for news on Bev’s condition, Gunnar is still pouting about his ex, Juliette is nearing meltdown status, and Rayna deals with more label woes.

Nels
Nels knew how to operate a TV remote control before she knew how to talk. As a result, she has spent an inordinate amount of time pretending she actually lives on a soundstage. When she isn’t watching whichever show is currently capturing her heart, she is writing about how said show is currently capturing her heart. She loves pie.

NASHVILLE Debriefing: “Cheating’s not the end of the world,” or else we wouldn’t be on the air.

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Well, after a three week hiatus, I’m finally all caught up on Nashville, and not a moment too soon, because drama is the name of the game in country music, apparently!

Since we left off, there’s been baby daddy drama of all kinds, more love triangles nobody really cares about anymore (right?), some growing pains from girls young and old(er), and creepiness from everyone’s favourite sociopathic record label head. Good times, am I right?

Nels
Nels knew how to operate a TV remote control before she knew how to talk. As a result, she has spent an inordinate amount of time pretending she actually lives on a soundstage. When she isn’t watching whichever show is currently capturing her heart, she is writing about how said show is currently capturing her heart. She loves pie.

NASHVILLE Debriefing: It’s showtime!

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Last season, Nashville ended with a real doozy, blowing up the relationships we’ve come to know and love (and hate). Luke  proposed to Rayna — then so did Deacon. Juliette lashed out at Avery by sleeping with evil Jeff Fordham, because she is a self-destructive mess. Will fessed up to new wife Layla that he was gay, made all the more complicated by the fact that they’re living their lives on camera for a reality show. Then Scarlett decided she was going to start fresh after her mental breakdown by leaving town, and Maddie and Daphne proved they were smarter than all the adults in their lives by calling them out on their crap. So where does that leave us in Season 3?

Lots of booze, lots of tears, not as much singing and more longing gazes than you can shake a stick at! Oh, and a gimmicky live performance at the Bluebird by Charles Esten that’s sure to tug at the heartstrings.

Nels
Nels knew how to operate a TV remote control before she knew how to talk. As a result, she has spent an inordinate amount of time pretending she actually lives on a soundstage. When she isn’t watching whichever show is currently capturing her heart, she is writing about how said show is currently capturing her heart. She loves pie.
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