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‘Nashville’ Review – Episode 3

 

Clare Bowen
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Uh oh, Deacon’s playing with fire.

And fire’s name is Juliette Barnes.  Will he go on tour with her?  I’m not so sure he’s fully invested in the tour with Rayna.

Oh Rayna, poor gal, she still has feelings for Deacon, but she loves her husband, right?  She seems to, but I’m not sure.

And Juliette’s mama is a hot mess!

Avery actually showed some personality (at least a good personality) trying to help Scarlett  get more comfortable with singing for the demo.  I didn’t see much in him until now.

And man, Nashville seems like a beautiful city.  I need to get down there soon!

Up next, episode 4.  Why did Juliette steal the nail polish??!!  Damn this show is good.

 

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