Meanwhile Scarlett has moved in with the hunkologist who, honestly, was not even really that hunky and makes Avery’s parents seem like sparkling conversationalists. I want to ask you a question.
She’s striving to be careful with Gunnar being that … he makes her crazy? I always thought of them as a couple of mild mannered good kids who harmonize beautifully and make sense gether and probably must never have broken up in the first instance. Really? A well-known fact that is. I don’t exactly see them as torrid, Elizabeth TaylorRichard Burton types. Being that theirs is a passion so intense it can’t be denied?
… it’s a plotline, To be honest I guess. Is that your impression of Scarlett and Gunnar? Sigh. Not before landing one particularly hurtful barb. Juliette kicks Rayna out of her room. Now regarding the aforementioned fact… Luckily, as soon as Rayna shows up, Juliette embraces her, sees the error of her ways, resolves to reconcile with Avery and baby Cadence, and thanks Rayna for being a great and loyal friend that she truly doesn’t deserve. After performing Patsy Cline’s Crazy with guest star Steven Tyler onstage, Juliette goes back to her hotel room and commences her debauchery again. Either she does the exact opposite, or that everyone knows your label is a joke, she tells her. Did you hear about something like this before? There was a brief moment where Deacon hugged Maddie as Daphne, who had just stormed off in a you’re not my father! It looks like she’s preparing to live, by the end of the episode, Aunt Bev has squeezed Deacon’s hand and briefly opened her eyes, everybody! You should take it into account. He has no reason to feel guilty because it was her own damn fault for being menopausal, he does get to sing a nice bedside song to Beverly and cry out of guilt, after waiting all this time, I would’ve liked to have seen more Deacon this episode.
Try to contain your excitement.
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Thanks for the support! Generally, Vulture depends on ads to pay our writers and editors, we remember the reasons for blocking. I’m sure you heard about this. What did we see in those interminable four minutes and 33 seconds that was so important? Juliette at the premiere of her Patsy Cline biopic; some rando manager guy talking to Juliette who is not Jeff Fordham; Rayna checking on the girls; another scene at the premiere where Luke Wheeler aggressively hijacks Juliette’s liveTV interview; Rayna getting into bed alone; Rayna talking on the phone to Bucky; girls coming downstairs in their cute little school uniforms; and, therefore, Rayna saying, Let’s go see … Aunt Beverly, Rayna reading a book.
While telling Bucky she was more than happy to wash that woman out of her hair, moments earlier, Rayna had triumphantly signed away the rights to Juliette’s contract.
Like, after spending a month visiting Beverly and caring for Deacon and the girls and running her label, she deserves the break of … a last minute plane trip to check on a self destructive frenemy?
Maybe while the pope is in wn he can officially canonize her. My favorite thing about Rayna flying all the way to California to check on Juliette is that Deacon treats it like some sort of selfindulgent treat she is giving herself. Certainly, now Juliette is crying and incoherent and asking for and after all a ex lover calls him a liar and disgusting.