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Nashville Recap: Swines and Misdemeanors

Here’s my impression of me watching the opening minutes of Nashville : Oh hell no! This better be a freakin’ dream sequence, because if Rayna and Deacon hooked up "off-camera," this show is officially dead to me. Whew. Okay, false alarm. ’Cause there’s Teddy standing by the bed with coffee. It is a dream sequence. Rayna’s dream sequence. So, we’ve already established the fact that Nashville loves a love triangle like a fat kid loves cake. But in this episode, the love triangles got love triangles. We’re talking about love quadrangles or somethin’ (I was never particularly good at geometry). First, we meet Hailey (Chloe Bennet), the sexy, yogurt-obsessed girl from the record label with the hots for Gunnar. Then we meet Peggy (Kimberly Williams-Paisley), a Nashville society maven and ex-girlfriend of Teddy’s who possibly still has the hots for him. Read More... //

'Nashville' Recap: The Ultimate Stare Down

Nashville sure knows how to stir up conflict. Even the one happy moment, in "We Live in Two Different Worlds," when Gunnar and Scarlett got their writing deal ended in a fight. Though, Gunnar did hook up with Hailey and she was all for it being a casual thing. Win for him! This was the first  Nashville episode that didn't revolve around the music. Rayna's performance with Deacon was the only song and it didn't take place until around 45 minutes into the episode. I missed the music a little, but all the stories were strong enough that it worked. //

Nashville Review: People Aren't Just Waiting For You To Fall...

Is it me or did Nashville  really turn up the heat this week? You know what, I think I'm just still fanning myself from the scorching opening scene in " We Live In Two Different Worlds "!  Another week with a Hank Senior song for a title and another week of Rayna and Deacon trying to fight their sexual tension. If that dream was evidence of anything, Rayna isn't doing such a great job of suppressing her lingering feelings after all of these years. In the past few weeks, I'd felt a little bad for Teddy, but I'd say after tonight it's clear that everyone on this show has some dirty laundry. Read More... //

Nashville Recap For Season 1, Episode 4: “We Live in Two Different Worlds”: Polished Off

Happy Halloween, Nashville-style! In Season 1, Episode 4, "We Live in Two Different Worlds," we didn’t get to see anybody dressed up in a costume per se, but Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) is awfully close to wearing an orange jumpsuit — so that sorta counts, right? So Many Affairs — and Some of Them Are Real! The episode begins exactly the way we want every episode to begin: With Deacon (Charles Esten) and Rayna (Connie Britton) in bed, naked. Okay, so this is... //

‘Nashville,’ Season 1, Episode 4, ‘We Live in Two Different Worlds’: TV Recap

From the look of things, all the trouble from past episodes is only going to get worse for Juliette and for everyone in "Nashville." //

'Nashville' recap: 'We Live in Two Different Worlds'

Scarlett is starting to figure out she's made the wrong decision with Avery, and we discover Teddy isn't the loyal husband he appears to be. //

Nashville’s Top 10 Quotes From Season 1, Episode 3: “Sideboob”!

When it came to funny lines and witty quips, this week’s Nashville did not disappoint, especially when Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) learned about her daughters’ revealing fashion tastes. Here are our picks for the top 10 quotes from Season 1, Episode 3: "Someday You’ll Call My Name." 10. It’s always good to remain impartial about yourself. Juliette (Hayden Panettiere), looking at her photos: I’m not gonna lie — I look pretty good. 9.... //

Nashville Recap: The Girl Worth Choosin’

Guest recapper here! Will try not to choke under these Nashville spotlights for the first time. (I’ll just remind myself I have an "obligation" to communicate my appreciation for this show.) Three episodes in, Nashville clearly knows what kind of television it wants to be. This is well-executed soapy material about smart people working in a creative field — all of whom tend not to follow where the best arguments propose to lead them. Which makes it the opposite of Aaron Sorkin’s Newsroom (in which the arguments are always crystal clear and therefore lead the characters in that particular direction). Read More... //

‘Nashville,’ Season 1, Episode 3, ‘Someday You’ll Call My Name’: TV Recap

The episode opens with Juliette smiling pretty for the camera. During a break, she snaps at her manager who still hasn’t secured Deacon’s exclusive services. He breaks even worse news—her mother showed up at the label wanting Juliette’s address or phone number; they gave her $100 to make her leave. //

Nashville Season 1 Review “Someday You’ll Call My Name” – The Boss, the Seductress and the Waif

I think one of the things that’s making me like  Nashville  so much is that the characters  don’t seem like cariactures. Well, at least not most of them. "Someday You’ll Call My Name," this week’s episode, has a perfect example of what I’m talking about and her name is Scarlett. First of  all, let me just say that I don’t absolutely hate her; she as a lovely singing voice and she’s very pretty, but in just three episodes, she’s managed to get on my nerves more than anyone else. I get that she’s the young, insecure ingenue, but when put up against a boss (Rayna) and a seductress (Juliette), a waif like Scarlett just looks weak. Read More... //