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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Langree, Jan 27, 2013.
Not that I recall.
Yep, I thought the same thing. Seemed like before Deacon did know, but that Teddy didn't. Now vice versa...argh!
I remember a scene where the three of them had a brief discussion about it. Was it on her birthday, maybe?
I could SWEAR this happened...
Here's a link that talks about it.
Thanks for that - but I still remember that Deacon knew.
I will need to do some research...
You mean watch it again
I think deacon came in as the discussion ended.
Thank you for that. I was really disappointed to finally catch up on the site, come to read this thread, and immediately be spoiled.
Back on topic: if anything I think Juliette's becoming more likeable. She's had a rough run and just got royally screwed. I was impressed she admitted to her mom that she was right.
I don't recall Deacon knowing about Maddie. They were very clear is this last episode that Teddy has known all along and Rayna swore never to tell Deacon.
Which will of course now be extra difficult with them getting back together.
Can't say I'm surprised about... well... anything that happened on this week's episode.
It's impossible for a soap opera to come up with a truly unique twist on a situation. Every possible plotline that could be conceived was broadcast by mid-1965. Since then, it's been all about the actors -- how well they deliver their lines and the chemistry between them.
I never watched a lot of soaps, but that seemed to me to be a trend. Introduce a character as a really evil person and then soften them up over time to make them likeable. (and then turn out to be someone's long lost relative. That won't happen with juliette.)
I thought this was the season finale, but guess it's not til next week.
Poor Juliette. Can't believe her Mom is dead. I figured that she would survive and then have to go through a trial, etc. They wrapped that up way too fast for a soap!
I so do not care that Deacon is the father. I hate Deacon and Rayna together.
Scarlett finally sang a song that I liked. So Avery sent the whisk backstage, what was the significance of that?
After Scarlett almost bailed on her career due to stage fright, Avery handed her a whisk in her kitchen and asked her to pretend it was a microphone and sing into it to try and help her get over it.
Thank you! I had totally forgotten that.
I only remembered because they showed a clip of it on "previously on Nashville" at the beginning.
And I have to agree that nothing here was really all that exciting, but I still dig this show and look forward to watching.
Boom. Nailed it. (But it's not like I really went out on a limb, though).
I still thought it was a bit exciting - just not, you know, surprising.
I wasn't surprised at the murder, but I was surprised at the suicide.