Hart of Dixie Review: The Pariah of the Parade

Someone performed a personality transplant on Dr. Zoe Hart this week.

Throughout "Parades and Pariah," Rachel Bilson's character wasn't the same cold young woman she portrayed on the premiere, which would be fine if events on that episode hadn't taken place just four days earlier.

Remember, Zoe took the job at Bluebell because it was a means to an end: the surgical residency she always dreamed about in New York City. But, here, all she could talk about was Harley and following in his footsteps and not letting down her father, a man she didn't even know existed (in that role) until a few days ago and a man she met once.

It was a pretty big leap to suddenly make Zoe inspired by Harley. Wouldn't she be bitter about the deception? Wouldn't she have a number of questions and complaints? Given time, this storyline could have opened up the character and allowed her to realize that maybe she isn't so urban after all. Maybe she actually has a lot in common with these small-town folks. Read More...


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