Hart of Dixie Season 4 (and Series?) Finale Review: Home Is Where the Heart Is

Hart of Dixie S04E10: "Bluebell"

It sounds strange, but Rachel Bilson's real-life pregnancy might be the best thing to happen to Hart of Dixie since Wilson Bethel's sad face and well-toned abdominal muscles. A shortened season of only 10 episodes is not what anyone had in mind when the heartwarming series was renewed for a fourth season last May, but the shorter episode count and the decision to incorporate the pregnancy into the series kept the writing tight and the mood light throughout. It also forced the series, which would have been right at home on The WB but has always felt a bit out of place on The CW, to revaluate its priorities after a disjointed third season introduced unnecessary obstacles to the Zoe and Wade relationship that had become a cornerstone of the series. But even though we didn't get to spend nearly as much time with the show and its characters in Season 4, I cannot imagine a more perfect sendoff for Zoe and the entire whimsical world of Bluebell than, well, "Bluebell." 

Not only were we treated to a choreographed town-wide song and dance number that began in Zoe's hospital room, traveled to the town square, and eventually covered Lemon and Lavon's wedding, but the show's ongoing storylines were all wrapped up in satisfactory ways. In addition to Lemon and Lavon's wedding, AnnaBeth and George admitted they loved one another and were committed to their relationship despite the distance; Crickett and Jacine moved in together; and Zoe and Wade tied the knot and became parents to a little boy who will forever be known as TBD Hart-Kinsella because he arrived a few weeks early and they couldn't decide on a name. 

The CW refused to refer to this as a series finale despite several tweets to the contrary from the show's cast and creator, but "Bluebell" and the nine episodes that preceded it felt like the natural conclusion to this chapter of Bluebell's story. All season long the writers were skillfully maneuvering our favorite characters around the sunny town square so they would be in the right place for this finale. Sometimes this worked—Lemon and Lavon's relationship benefitted from having four years of backstory, so even when they quickly got engaged, it still felt natural—and sometimes it didn't work as well—George's relationship with AnnaBeth felt more rushed than I would have liked—but with only 10 episodes there's only so much you can do for main characters who aren't the lead.

That being said, once the series committed to Zoe's future with Wade, all of the pieces of her story seemed to fall into place. When she first arrived in Bluebell, Zoe was a mirror image of the Autumn Reeser (The OC reunion, y'all!) character introduced here as the new lawyer from New York who took over George's practice. But over the past four seasons, Zoe has grown to the point where she's not only emotional and open, but she's also a real Bluebellian, even if she's not a native. Between the callbacks to the pilot in last week's "End of Days" and the show reminding us about Harley and Zoe and Wade's meet cute this week, it's fairly easy to see how Zoe has come full circle in her journey from self-centered New York surgeon to small-town family doctor. 


More impressive than the fact Zoe found happiness and it wasn't only when she and Wade got together, is that she's done it all without losing sight of who she is as a person. I used to think that Zoe's pushiness, various neuroses, and stubborn attitude were her fatal flaws, but that wasn't exactly true. Yes, sometimes those bits of her personality were counterproductive and they compounded my frustrations when she constantly took two steps forward and one step back, but I've come to appreciate that she hasn't lost touch with the woman she always was. 

I also kind of love that she still wears stilettos at nearly nine months pregnant despite the fact she's given away most of her "New York shoes" to the Columbia-bound Rose. But I love even more that Zoe has found a home in Bluebell and with Wade. It took some time—probably longer than I would have liked, to be honest—but she eventually opened up, found love, and by the end of "Bluebell" she was perfectly happy with her small-town existence. She'd grown so much that she could even find humor in the new lawyer-doctor-bartender love triangle that the series introduced as a way of showing that Zoe's story was completed, but Bluebell's was not.

But Zoe wasn't the only person who changed over the course of Hart of Dixie's four-year run. When he was introduced, Wade was a carefree ladies' man, with a car horn that played "Dixie" to prove it. The bartender of the Rammer Jammer, he didn't have much ambition beyond whatever his plans were that evening, but by the end of the series, Wade owned the bar and had settled down with Zoe, and he'd become a better person as a result. 

Zoe and Wade's relationship eventually became the bedrock of the series, and it changed each of them for the better, as evidenced by their wedding vows, but no one changed more over the show's run than Lemon. Formerly a one-dimensional caricature of a Southern Belle who micromanaged not only her life, but the lives of everyone around her, too, Lemon emerged from "Bluebell" as one of the series' best characters. 

Once the writers freed her from her suffocating relationship with George in Season 1, Lemon blossomed into a multi-layered character with goals and feelings. And nothing brought out the best in Lemon quite like her relationship with Wade. The season they went into business together was a showcase for both characters, because he was laid back and she was the definition of uptight, but in the end they ultimately balanced each other out. Since then, Lemon has continued to grow in a way that feels very human—it's been a gradual change, and despite the fact she was far more mellow this week having finally found happiness, she still maintains the very basics of her personality. Still, Lemon asking Zoe to be a bridesmaid and Zoe desperately trying not to steal Lemon's thunder on the day of her engagement party show just how far these two former enemies have come, and that's a big accomplishment.

The fact that the CW refused to refer to "Bluebell" as a series finale feels even more ridiculous in hindsight. The writers were very obviously prepared for Hart of Dixie to end and I appreciate that they didn't try to write toward a Season 5 and cheat the show's long-time fans out of a happy ending, because at its core, Hart of Dixie is about happiness. The series brought a weekly dose of warmth and Alabama sunshine to every one of its loyal fans, and it's a shame it never really found a place within The CW's lineup—especially because I think it would have paired well with Jane the Virgin, which shares the same comedic tone and features similar larger-than-life elements. 

The finale often felt like it was constructed out of cotton candy and rainbows, with happy endings around every corner, but it fell well within the cheerful, whimsical nature of the rest of the series. Bluebell has never felt like a real town, but rather an exaggerated, wacky dreamscape that might possibly be the result of a gas leak. But that's all part of its charm. I've never seen a more hopeful and cheerful finale, which is what makes it the perfect ending for the type of show Hart of Dixie was for four amazing, heartwarming seasons. 

The finale's song and dance number to Needtobreathe's "The Heart" might have seemed odd or contrived on any other show, but in Bluebell, a town that celebrates Planksgiving, hosts a Miss Cinnamon Cider Pageant, and holds an annual Man of the Year award ceremony, it fit right in. Not since Gilmore Girls' Stars Hollow has there been a stranger, more endearing and welcoming small town than Bluebell, Alabama. In the finale's closing moments Zoe asked Wade, "Do you think all small towns are like this one?” to which he replied, "I’d like to think so, but something tells me probably not. I know I love ours." I'm fairly certain there's not a town like Bluebell in existence, and yet there's nowhere else I'd rather be.



NOTES

– God bless you, Hart of Dixie, for granting us one final look at Wilson Bethel's shirtless chest.

– I wish I'd had the chance to review Hart of Dixie every week, as it really was a special little series that I hope will live on and continue to be found by new viewers on Netflix, etc. It'll always have a special place in my heart and I'm going to miss it dearly.

– I assume we're supposed to take that scene during the music number as AnnaBeth moving to Nashville to be with George? It was kind of unclear. However, I do like that she said she didn't want to rearrange her life for a man (especially since the writers had to rearrange quite a bit to make that relationship possible in the first place). For a character who started out as largely secondary, I love the way they developed AnnaBeth.

– It was great to see the many, many familiar faces that populate Bluebell return for the finale. There were the regulars, like Rose, and Tom and Wanda, but the show even found a way to incorporate people like Tansy, Dash, Lemon and Magnolia's younger half-sister, and a few of the Belles who's names I have completely forgotten, among others. If only there'd been a way to bring back Don Todd one more time.

– Tom cried himself to sleep in his parents basement because he wasn't invited to Lemon's first engagement party. I think Tom is my favorite wacky townsperson. Or maybe it's Dash?

– Um, is Wade secretly a Battlestar Galactica fan? He definitely called Lemon a Cylon.

– Has anyone checked on Burt Reynolds lately?

– On a scale of from 1 to Pacey Witter, where does Wade Kinsella fall? 

– "If semantic means donkey crap, yeah, it's semantic."

– "Oh my God. Did you pee on her shoe?"


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Nov 12, 2015
This is the only show that I've ever truly loved! I could always count on HOD to brighten my day. I don't know what I'm going to do now that it's over. I realize I'm late to the HOD bandwagon, but I only recently discovered this series on Netflix under my recommended titles! I wish I knew about it when it was airing. I wish it never got cancelled! This show was a rare gem and I loved every single second of it. I'll miss you HOD
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Jun 24, 2015
Oh darn. Darn darn darn. I never watched this on tv. It showed up on my recomended titles on Netflix. This show should have been promoted better, or something. I had no idea that it was kind of like a fish out of water Gilmore Girls. The only reason I compare it to that is it has the same type of quirky town, same humor, same townspeople love. Though it had it's flaws, this show never really let me down, maybe because it's run was so short. It ended, and I don't know if I really want more of it, (though I really surprised myself by how much I enjoyed it) but what a great little show.
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Apr 13, 2015
I wish they would've granted them a shortened half season to wrap things up in a more deliberate, slow manner, but they still did a good job of cramming it all into this finale. I'll miss this show's characters, upbeat tone, and music. Loved that song at the end - I almost cried watching Lemon and Levon's wedding day come together and hearing the whole cast sing it.

I was worried that if the show went on, AB and George would be torn apart by the long distance. When she confronted him about expecting her to move to Nashville (another moment with a great song, "Odd World" by Molly Marlette) I was so torn - happy for her to stand up for herself, but sad thinking that they might be finished. However, I'm really glad that (I think*) the ending montage seem to imply that she followed him to Nashville because I liked them together.
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Apr 11, 2015
I miss HOD already...I need my Wade fix...and I appreciated his shirtless body in the finale. I would love it if there was a 2hr movie made to tie everything up...like the baby's name, Earl's stash of buried money, and George and AB in Nashville. How about it CW?
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Apr 06, 2015
Heh, that musical number was so cheesy, but who am I kidding, that is basically the whole show.

Also, anyone else get the feeling that the last scene they shot was actually last week's farewell to George. The way Jamie King teared up is what got me thinking it was.
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Apr 01, 2015
I liked everything but the whole musical number, really going to miss this show, and wonder what new show the set will be on next since it was Stars Hallow first, then Bluebell lol
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Mar 31, 2015
The finale was beautiful and perfect, It's bittersweet because the finale was so good that I'm ok with this being the end for HOD but I don't want to say goodbye to Bluebell yet.. I mean we only had 76 episodes....

But this was the little show that could.
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Mar 31, 2015
I adore this show, I always look forward to watching it and it always makes me smile and as sad as i'm going to be that it's over I think this was the perfect place to finish. Everyone was happy, this entire 4th season has been beautifully written in terms of characters and I loved the scene with Brick and Zoe... So yes I'll be sad that it's over, but there was really no better way to end such a heartwarming, fun and family based series.
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Mar 31, 2015
I cried when I realized this was the finale for Hart of Dixie. This show always brought light and happiness into my life - I'll miss Wade and Zoe, Lavon and Lemon, Brick and even damn Shelby! The clothes and town were so beautiful and picturesque - HoD was a place to escape the grittiness of the world. I hope I find something like it out there or better yet Season 5?

"Love is where the heart is... XO"
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Mar 31, 2015
*"Home is where the heart is!*
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Mar 30, 2015
Much like Hart of Dixie, this review is precious.
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Mar 30, 2015
I don't want to see Hart of Dixie canceled it is a great show love it and love all the cast. It is like every time a good show gets on tv and it gets canceled I love it please don't canceled. Love it I watch in on Hulu Plus and keep them all coming love it.


Birmingham, Al

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Mar 30, 2015
In all honestly, it definitely made my life better. Whenever I was
feeling low, (I've watched an episode of HOD.(no matter which)..)and it lifted me up. The show is absolutely the way you put it -
"pure happiness".If cancelled (please God NO...) it will be dearly missed!
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Mar 30, 2015
I don't know if I've ever been asked why I watched this mostly silly, often ridiculous, rot your teeth sweet, fluffy popcorn of a show. Probably because I'd never admit it to most people in my life. But, if the time ever comes that I do, and I am (aside from Rachel Bilson), I'll point to this finale as to why. It was perfect.

All of the reasons Hart of Dixie stayed in my viewing rotation for four years was summed up nicely in those 42 minutes and in particular those last 5. Simply absurd, but in the best possible way.

Well done Hart of Dixie. Well done.

"The finale often felt like it was constructed out of cotton candy and rainbows, with happy endings around every corner, but it fell well within the cheerful, whimsical nature of the rest of the series. Bluebell has never felt like a real town, but rather an exaggerated, wacky dreamscape that might possibly be the result of a gas leak. But that's all part of its charm. I've never seen a more hopeful and cheerful finale, which is what makes it the perfect ending for the type of show Hart of Dixie was for four amazing, heartwarming seasons."

Couldn't have said it better myself.
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Mar 30, 2015
I'm telling everyone you know that you love this show.
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Mar 30, 2015
Dirty pool, Thomas! Hey, wait a minute...you know know anybody I know. Ha ha, sucka!
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Mar 30, 2015
That's what you think.
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Mar 31, 2015
Dude, I know! It's not even the most common spelling of Kaitlin, either. Everyone's just trying to be me, I guess.
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Mar 30, 2015
Knowing just how small this world is and that 7 degrees doesn't only work for Kevin Bacon, I had to take a quick scan to look for an "is friends with Kaitlin Thomas"

Nice try, you got nothin' other than "made you look".

BTW, since when is "Kaitlin Thomas" the new "Jane Smith"? There could literally be a Kaitlin Thomas convention every year in Vegas and you'd completely book The Palms.
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Mar 29, 2015
Thanks Kaitlin to write this probably last piece of review about HoD! I also wish you had the chance/time/etc. to review every single episode coz I enjoy your writings.

Oh, show, I wept like a baby. Thanks for saying goodbye in such a hartfelt way. The scene between Brick and Zoe in his office just teared me up. I just wanted to hug him too... :D And Zoe desperately trying not to ruin Lemon's engagement party was just so her.

I loved what you did with Lemon's friendship with Wade. They needed and complimented each other, and they made the other a better person.

Thank you for breaking up George and Lemon and not getting him together with Zoe. These were your best choices and am grateful.

Hated the Joel and Vivian storylines and tbh I wish they never happened. But they did, and we got to spend some more time with Bluebell and its residents, so you know what, show, am okay with that.

I love you and I will miss you. But I'll re-watch you later. Again and again. ;)
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Mar 29, 2015
Oh jeez i just so much loved this sweet litte series. Every episode felt like a homecoming and the finale was just perfect. Still hope it isnt the end. Im not ready to say goodbye!! Thanks for this amazing sweet series! Greetz from Amsterdam The Netherlands
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Mar 29, 2015
Definitely that episode had 'Series Finale' written all over it... It even had its own closing SONG and DANCE!!! It was a bit silly that the CW didn't just come out and admit it but... I guess they have their reasons?

As much as I have loved Hart of Dixie, it feels at the right ending point. What new drama could they create now that they have concluded all the romantic storylines, Dr. Hart is a practice co-owner, Zoe's friend is going to Columbia etc. etc.

But I am definitely thankful for a show unlike any other on TV with its whimsy and its slightly out-of-nowhere plots, the sometimes over-sentimental tone but mostly its completely 'blue sky' escapism. Sometimes, that is exactly what you need from a TV show... And we got lucky it made it to a 4th season with its fairly low ratings, so thanks to The CW!
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Mar 29, 2015
I do appriaciate how they were able to tie up their story lines. I feel all shows should be allowed that opportunity on a cancellation notice. Andi feel that's a good thing for both consumer and company since I'd think more people would be willing to buy/experience shows/books if they are complete stories.

to me the best thing about the episode was that it featured a song from thshow Nashville.
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Mar 29, 2015
Always hated Lemon.
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Mar 29, 2015
I'm going to miss the town of Bluebell but what a nice series finale!
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Mar 29, 2015
Awwwwww!!!!! I will miss this cute, optimistic, light show amidst all the darkness of the rest. Great finale, wrapped up nicely all the stories. Great happy ending :) :) :)
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Mar 29, 2015
Just discovered this show little over a month ago. The have only aired 2 seasons here in the UK. I had to download the next 2 seasons.
I loved this series, have to say I was addicted to Wade and Zoe. Wilson Bethel played Wade to perfection. I laughed with him but also felt his pain with his unrequited love for Zoe in the first season/third season. Im going to miss this programme but the ending was fabulous and everything was resolved just the way I wanted it.
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Mar 29, 2015
Lucky you, you could watch the whole thing in one go! At the beginning there were a lot of fans of George and Zoe as well and I was so afraid that the story would go that way... :o)
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Mar 29, 2015
I loved this season's ending and I'm saying season instead of series because even though this was probably the best series finale in over a decade I really would love to see more of this show. I've been a fan since the first episode and like Zoe I've fallen in love with the small town of Blubell, it's going to be hard not seeing all these fun wacky characters each week. However if this is the end it was a truly heart warming and lovely farewell to a show that IMHO was a bright Ray of sunshine in a TV scape filled with police procedurals and dark scifi shows. All the best to the cast crew who made this lovely, warm, and touching show for the last four years, it was a pleasure and joy to watch each week and you will be dearly missed.
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Mar 29, 2015
A fab review for an equally fab series finale. I will miss watching the wacky characters of Bluebell, though.
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Mar 29, 2015
This show was my guilty pleasure. I will miss this show a lot. HOD was a breath of fresh air amongst all the other shows that are about murders, nudity, zombies, and vampires. Don't get me wrong, I watch some of those other shows but watching the beautiful people, fashion, and scenery of HOD always made me smile.
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Mar 29, 2015
The CW is the product of the WB + UPN..... With the programing sensibilities of the late 1990's early 2000's WB instead of anything from UPN. The great irony of the WB is that it was beaten pretty regularly with UPN's Star Trek's even the turd that was Enterprise. And yet the executives at CW chose to follow in the model of the late WB instead of creating adult orientated material??? Why I ask you would emulate the formula of a clunker like the WB? I've never understood why CBS the parent company of UPN didn't use a different formula for the CW after the WB merger. But, I guess CBS is sort of like GM? It's only taken them nearly a decade to create shows on the CW that barely make it up to 2.5-3.0 million viewers!

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Mar 28, 2015
They should have named the baby Harley after her dad, that was my only criticism of the episode
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Mar 29, 2015
It's probably because Zoe's cousin Vivian's son was named Harley.
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Mar 29, 2015
and why wasn't vivian even a part of this last episode. you'd think her cousin would show up for the baby being born
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Mar 30, 2015
In terms of the show itself: She moved out of state and the baby was a few weeks early. In terms of real life: They brought back a lot of people for the finale and it could have been a money issue.
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Mar 30, 2015
Yeah, only the people in the town were there for the birth and wedding because it was such short notice. Had it not been, it would have been harder to explain why Vivian and wasn't there. In honesty characters like Vivian and Joel is best left unheard from since they were vastly unpopular among most of the fans.
I would have liked Jesse to make an appearance but maybe the actor couldn't or it was a money issue.
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Mar 28, 2015
This episode was perfect because if it is the series finale (which is more than probable) the writers offered us a great conclusion and an ending to this show. But if there is a season 5 I don't know what to expect because every storyline is close...
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Mar 30, 2015
Zoe and Wade being parents and I'm sure they could find something else for the rest of the cast.
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Mar 28, 2015
I love this show but I really hope they leave it there and don't make another season. Everything was tied up perfectly, everyone got their happy endings and we even got a musical number!
I will miss this gorgeous, quirky and fun show but for me they ticked all the boxes and I'm happy with how it was done.
Bye Bluebell, you certainly brought me a lot of smiles!
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Mar 28, 2015
i agree. i would love to see more of this amazing show, but this finale was just perfect ending. they shouldn't mess it up as we all know that making a show after everything is settled is a mistake
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Mar 30, 2015
I don't think what ever they did with a 5th season would blemish this amazing finale. The couples are in place but I'm sure they could find funny story lines for them all.
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Mar 30, 2015
well you may be right. But they may try way too much to show the happy families or even worse - try to break some of them up! Of course with great storyline I would love to see all of them in the 5th season.
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Mar 28, 2015
I was prepared to say my goodbyes before watching the finale, but looking at all those people and their beautiful amazing lives, I am left breathless and pining for more. This is one show that lets me escape from my real life and enter a whole new world. So my life is certainly going to be incomplete without HoD. I wish they would renew it infinitely.
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Mar 28, 2015
If this is the end, I am saddened. It was a cute little show, and it was different from the rest of the CW lineup.
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Mar 28, 2015
great season finale!! Hart of Dixie is awesome definitely needs a season 5, and Pacey was far better than Wade
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Mar 28, 2015
It was absolutely perfect. A part of me would always wish for more seasons but I'm happy with the way the show ran. It had very well written characters and stories. I have to agree with the review, AB went from a side character to one of the best ones in the past 4 years. I do think it would've worked well with Jane the Virgin but oh well. Absolutely loved Zoe and Wade and Rose and Lemon and AB and Tanzy and George. Will miss these guys on my screen, as much as I like my POI and Arrow and Grimm I truly loved this show for it's whims and quirks and pure happiness!
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Mar 29, 2015
Its a show that was quite different to virtually everything else on tv, it was just a quirky feel good show, pure escapism at its best. Farewell Bluebell you will be missed.
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Mar 28, 2015
In all honestly, it definitely made my life better. Whenever I was feeling low, it lifted me up. The show is absolutely the way you put it - "pure happiness".
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Mar 28, 2015
This was absolutely perfect and I'll go as far as saying: no season 5 please!!!
Let me explain I love the show & loved it from the start, but season 3 almost ruined it for me and this season was so well thought and well written that anything less would spoil a really good run.
It's better to go out on a really high note than to end on a tbc episode that never has an ending, isn't it???
Thanks funny little show for many hours of smile and pleasure, I never felt guilty spending time with you(expect maybe s3), I'm gonna miss you dearly but it's better to leave you like this, farewell.
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Mar 30, 2015
Some of us aren't ready to say goodbye though. Season 3 was awful but that was the pairing imo. George/Lynly, Zoe/Joel and Wade/Vivian. That wouldn't be the case for a season 5.
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Mar 30, 2015
The issue for season 3 was that they tried to extend the storylines too much, I think, by giving new love interest to every character. Season 4 had a more clear plan in mind and it worked a lot better. But there's nothing left to tell for a season 5. If they do one, it would be either totally new characters or a repeat of the season 3 situation. We have to let the stories have an end.
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Mar 30, 2015
I couldn't have written any better, thanks ;)
Other than baby's problems in the couple(s) there wouldn't be much to tell indeed
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Mar 28, 2015
It was a great season indeed, it is clearly easier for the writers to do good stuff when they have a clear end game in mind. I am also satisfied with it as it is, it will leave a good memory.
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Mar 28, 2015
Good review and this season did end all wrapped up with a bow on top, but that present could be opened up and played with a little more. There are still lots of fans who aren't ready to say goodbye yet!
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Mar 28, 2015
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Mar 28, 2015
Oh,I'm gonna miss this show a whole bunch!
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Mar 28, 2015
I'will miss that show
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Mar 28, 2015
oh, the see my favorite guilty pleasure go.... sigh, I'll miss you guys.
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Mar 28, 2015
on a scale from 1 to Pacey Witter I would place Wade above Pacey Witter.... It took way longer to Pacey to figure out that Joey was not the problem his self-estime was.
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Mar 28, 2015
Thanks for writing this, Kaitlin. As I watched that rather perfect whole town dance number I hoped that one of you fine TV.commers would review the episode. Such a fun show, this. I gotta admit, I love me a show built around a wacky small town. Hart of Dixie was such fun and I'm so very glad it ended on such a high note.
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Mar 28, 2015
Just watched an episode s4-02 (and I have all the rest left), but I couldn't help taking a peek at this. Sounds like a good ending to one of my favorite guilty pleasures. I even went so far as to put it in my top 20 on RoLamb's new list. I love you Kaitlin...
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Mar 28, 2015
Perfect review for the perfect series finale for a show that will be dearly missed indeed.
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