'Hart of Dixie': Scott Porter and Jaime King discuss the ode to the deep South


Listen. The CW's current crop of shows about monsters (be they bloodthirsty vampires or manipulative Upper-East-Siders) stresses us out. That's not to say we don't love a good circle of witches or a Beverly Hills mean girl -- we do love them. We'd never stop watching them, but the high-stakes action and the shipper melodrama is giving us anxiety. After growing up with shows like "Dawson's Creek" and "Everwood," we're missing the warm-and-fuzzies.Perhaps that's why "Hart of Dixie" is one of our favorite pilots this season. You've probably already heard the "Everwood" comparison, and there's certainly a "Gilmore Girls"-ian quality to the town setting as well. The Monday night dramedy about a big-city doctor (Rachel Bilson) who is forced to join a practice in Bluebell, Alabama -- a town that's as small as it sounds -- has the same impact as one good glass of wine. By the end of the hour, we were melted...



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