Hart of Dixie

The CW (ended 2015)
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  • Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage "Gossip Girl & The O.C" team up again with Rachel Bilson in Hart of Dixie in this new show for The CW. The show follows Dr. Zoe Hart a young doctor from New York City who moves to a small Southern town after inheriting a medical practice and soon meets an electric and eccentric group of characters.

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 10


    Aired 3/27/15

  • S 4 : Ep 9

    End of Days

    Aired 3/20/15

  • S 4 : Ep 8

    61 Candles

    Aired 3/6/15

  • S 4 : Ep 7

    The Butterstick Tab

    Aired 2/27/15

  • S 4 : Ep 6

    Alabama Boys

    Aired 2/20/15

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tim Matheson

    Dr. Brick Breeland (Episode 15+)

  • Bob Costas

  • Jaime King

    Lemon Breeland

  • Cress Williams

    Lavon Hayes

  • Mircea Monroe

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  • Quotes (15)

    • Zoe: Well, thanks for the drink. And for helping me with Leon, and staying over, and rescuing me.
      Wade: Yeah, it's no wonder I'm so tired.
      Zoe: No wonder.

    • Zoe: (as Wade leaves) No, wait, wait. Since we're both up, you wanna hang out? Have some tea or something?
      Wade: (moves closer to Zoe) Oh, yeah. Yeah, I'll...I'll have some tea.
      Zoe: Oh no. Whoa no. No, never mind. Bad idea. I'm sleepy. Exhausted. Go away.

    • Wade: (as Zoe takes the keys off the wall) Do you even know how to drive?
      Zoe: I've had my license since I was sixteen.
      Wade: Have you driven since then?

    • Addie: You okay?
      Zoe: (referring to George) Addie, you were right. With the right person, it does just flow.

    • Tansy: But Wade, you deserve to be happy, too. Move on from Zoe Hart. A girl like that is never ever going to end up with someone like you. It's her loss, but it's the truth.
      Wade: I don't know what you're talking about. Zoe Hart drives me crazy.
      Tansy: Yeah, you used to drive me crazy too.

    • Wade: Hey, Lemon! (raises hand) We don't need a location for the prank, we need a prank!
      Lemon: And the key to pulling of the perfect prank is specifity. I cannot practice proper psychological warfare until I understand the psyche of who I am dealing with.
      Wade: (to George) Now she's jus' makin' up words.

    • Zoe: What happened to Lavon?
      Wade: Uh, yeah. Well, I happen to be going to the airport anyway. So, I do that sometimes to visit my buddy the uh, bag guy. So it's not a special trip or anything.

    • Lavon: You know what Lavon Hayes figured out?
      Wade: That only crack pots talk in the third person.
      Lavon: Ahh...Lavon Hayes figured out you like Zoe coming over, which means, you like Zoe!

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    Notes (90)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      United Kingdom: April 30, 2012 on Really

    • Featured Music:
      "Best Love Song" by T-Pain feat. Chris Brown
      "Crazy" by The Kills
      "For a Little While" by Langhorne Slim
      "Have Love Will Travel" by The Black Keys
      "Little Miss" by Sugarland
      "Love Story" by Taylor Swift
      "Rebels in Roses" by Everest
      "The Come Down" by Austin Hartley Leonard
      "The Man Grows" by Beta Radio
      "This" by Darius Rucker
      "Walkin' Talkin' Deadman" by Pine Hill Haints
      "You Are Mine" by Enter the Worship Circle

    • The character of Emmeline 'Mrs. H' Hattenbarger is set to be written out of the series after two episodes, as Nancy Travis, who was set to play the role, is committed to the newly picked up ABC comedy Last Man Standing. In Travis's place, Eisa Davis will join the series as Addy Pickett, a character who will play a similar mentor role for Rachel Bilson's character, Zoe.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      United Kingdom: May 7, 2012 on Really

    • McKaley Miller (Rose) is no longer credited as a series regular.

    • Featured Music:
      "10,000 Stones" by Adrianne
      "Bitter & Sweet" by Chris Lawson Jones
      "Days of Gold" by The Cadillac Black
      "Drink in My Hand" by Eric Church
      "Let Me Down Easy" by Billy Currington
      "The Last Last Call" by John Paul Keith
      "Window at the Wake" by Beta Radio

    • Original International Air Dates:
      United Kingdom: May 14, 2012 on Really

    • Featured Music:
      "Barefoot and Crazy" by Jack Ingram
      "Fletcher" by Blitzen Trapper
      "I'm Southern" by The Cadillac Black
      "Little Lie" by Lindi Ortega
      "Reluctance" by Keegan Dewitt feat. Isaaca Byrd
      "West Virginia Baby" by James River Station

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    Trivia (4)

    • Goof: About half way through the episode, the establishing shot of Fancie's restaurant is actually footage from season 1 episode 7, "The Crush & the Crossbow". Through the front window of the restaurant you can clearly see Judson (Wes Brown) checking his phone as he waits for Zoe to arrive for their date.

    • Brick did not refer to him by name, but the picture of the president that he referred to at the end of the episode was that of Rutherford B. Hayes, the 19th U.S. president who served 1877 from 1881.

    • According to the Petition for Change of Name form that Zoe's father finds, Zoe's birthday is October 24, 1982.

    • When George is discussing Meatball's set with the club owner, he cites caselaw from Louisiana to show that the law states verbal agreements are enforceable as contracts.  However, unlike the rest of the United States, Louisiana uses the civil law system where caselaw is not binding.  Thus, the case George cites is not controlling law and would not control if George were not just making it all up to threaten the owner.

  • Fan Reviews (113)
  • So sad that this amazing show has ended

    By KathleenMckenna, Aug 11, 2015

  • insulting

    By oliviaa764, Aug 05, 2015

  • Sad Heart

    By HollyFlinchum, May 28, 2015

  • Please don't cancel!!!

    By KimStokes, May 03, 2015

  • LOVE this show...

    By jaclynhodnett, Apr 30, 2015