'Hart of Dixie' review: Prognosis stable, but needs a shot of adrenaline


When last we saw Rachel Bilson with any sort of regularity, it was as Summer Roberts in "The O.C." But that was four years ago. Since then she's bounced around with guest starring gigs on "Chuck" and "How I Met Your Mother." But nothing long-term. With her new series "Hart of Dixie," Bilson will have somewhere to stay, at least for a little while.The show follows Dr. Zoe Hart (Bilson) in a classic "fish out of water" story. When her seemingly predetermined personal and professional life in Manhattan falls apart, she is left floundering. But due to the beneficence of a mysterious stranger, she ends up co-owning a medical practice in the most rural of rural towns, Bluebell, Alabama. The rest of the pilot involves Bilson evaluating her decision to move to the Deep South and rankling a few locals along the way. And then there's a medical case she must attend to. Of course...



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