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Nashville S02E01: "I Fall to Pieces"


When it premiered, Nashville was one of the most promising new dramas of the 2012-2013 TV season. Somewhere along the way it fractured a bit, and each week it felt like a different show. This was made all the more clear at the start of the Season 2 premiere, "I Fall to PIeces," when the "Previously on..." segment attempted to recap everything that happened during the roller coaster of Season 1. What we thought we were getting: a drama about the inner workings of Nashville's country music scene, as seen through the eyes of an aging superstar and a rising newcomer. What we got instead: more or less a nighttime soap that ultimately served up a bitter music feud, a couple of addicts, a political storyline for a character no one cared about, a divorce, a health scare, an aborted wedding, a baby daddy scandal, a pregnancy, a proposal, a car accident, and more bad decisions by Juliette than there are wannabe musicians in Nashville. 

There were times when we saw inklings of the well-written drama that we glimpsed in the pilot. But more often than not, it felt like there was a contest in the writers' room to see who could come up with the most ludicrous plot to make it to air. Whoever came up with the storyline about Avery making it big better have gotten more than a free dinner at Sizzler, is all I'm saying. Because that crap was beyond ridiculous. Not only did no one care about Avery, but it was shoehorned in. And that's kind of Nashville's M.O. these days. Nothing feels organic, every plot feels as if it's been cut and pasted from poorly written fan fiction, and not a single person has experienced much character development.

Sure, Hayden Panettiere has proved that she has what it takes to go toe-to-toe with Connie freaking Britton. And sure, Juliette was last season's standout character. But she hasn't really grown since the series premiered. Instead of using the new season to wipe the slate clean and start anew, Nashville picked up right where it left off on the train to crazy town.


Juliette went through a lot at the end of Season 1 with her mother's rehab and subsequent death, but she's still a brat who's more concerned about her own image than she is about Rayna or Deacon or anyone else. And speaking of Rayna, she was placed in a medically induced coma following the car accident that occurred in the Season 1 finale, which apparently means experience flashbacks to when she had short hair, fewer freckles, and she and Deacon were together, but still mostly miserable. The woman can't even be happy in her coma dreams. 

Rayna's life basically sucks right now. She's unconscious, the man she loves is in jail because he told the cops he was drunk and had been the one who was driving on the night of the accident, and Juliette's out on stage using the entire situation to further her own career. She performed one of Rayna's classics at her own album launch concert to exploit the emotions of the crowd. It was manipulative and sneaky, not to mention heartless. That woman should quit music and go into public relations, because she's getting pretty good at playing the public.

When Juliette showed up to the hospital with camera crews in tow to put on another false show for the hearts and minds of country music fans, she ran into Maddie and the two of them had a heart-to-heart about Rayna. The poor girl was blaming herself for the car accident that put her mom in the hospital, as if she was the one driving the car that pulled out in front of Rayna and Deacon. It took Juliette talking to a tween about possibly losing her mother to make her realize how much of a bitch she's been lately. But after their chat, it appeared that Juliette's heart had grown three sizes. She'd eventually go ahead and agree to bail Deacon out of jail at Scarlett's request, but there's still no reason to think she's changed. She now knows the truth about Deacon being Maddie's father, and you just know that she'll try to use that knowledge to her own advantage somewhere down the line. 

Nashville needs to figure out what it wants to be: an interesting drama or ridiculous soap opera. Because it can't continue to be both. If Nashville has given up on being the complex series it promised us in the beginning and decided to go balls-to-the-wall, then good for Nashville. I support that. Who doesn't need a little crazy to light up their life? And if that's the case, the show will need to accept that despite Connie Britton's Emmy nomination, it'll never become a must-watch drama. It'll remain in that gray area of disappointing shows that spoiled their potential by trying to do too much. The show was lucky to get a second season, and the behind-the-scenes changes and shakeups have made it that much more unstable. If Nashville wants to be anything more than a vehicle for wind machines, hair extensions, and soapiness, now's the time to make the change.



NOTES

– On the young love front, Scarlett turned down Gunnar's proposal, which means she's now living with a friend. She's quit the Bluebird in the wake of her record deal, but thankfully she hasn't gotten involved with Avery again. So that's a plus.

– Gunnar and Will are roommates now, and Gunnar's grown some truly unfortunate facial hair. Break-ups are rough, man. And Will's still pretending to be something he's not, sleeping around with women and refusing to acknowledge the truth about his sexual orientation. 

– The music in this episode was hit-or-miss. I wasn't impressed by Juliette's performance—probably because the dress she was wearing was horribly distracting—or Avery's. But Scarlett and Gunnar's duet at Scarlett's party was pretty great.

– Peggy suffered a miscarriage, but refused to tell Teddy about it because she's an idiot and never saw the first season of Glee. Fake pregnancies do not work, Peggy. Also, why is Peggy still around? I know we can't just get rid of Teddy on account of he's the father of Rayna's children (biological or not). But Peggy? Push her off a cliff already.

– Anddddd, apparently Powers Booth might have had something to do with the car accident that killed his wife and Rayna's mother all those year ago. Because of course he did.

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What'd you think of the premiere?


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Just watched it, I think Kaitlin's being a little harsh, sure some of the stories last year were beyond cray but it also maintained a solid level of quality. There's no reason why it can't continue to improve, and the show's quality has nothing to do with the virtues of Juliet. She can stay a flawed character for as long as she wants.
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I personally don't think things that happen in the show are so far fetched. People in the music industry have tons of scandal, the rich definitely have scandal they just hide it real good. Things that happen in the show are things that happen everyday. Also the music is amazing, the actors/actresses are superb, the storyline is tremendously amazing, I mean what is not to like about this show?
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"Nashville needs to figure out what it wants to be: an interesting drama or ridiculous soap opera. Because it can't continue to be both"

why not??? the actors are pretty great. and the plots are ridiculous at times but oh sooo entertaining... It can totally pull off both sides of the coin!

i do agree some characters should just be cut out... (peggy especially)
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I think this series could use a little of the old "kill your darlings" concept and eliminate some storylines and characters that isn't essential to the main storyline.
I also feel that the series depiction of the music landscape is a little dated.
One example that irked me was when Juliette shouted to the crowd to buy her album.... Albums, really in 2013? Why haven't the series touched on the changing landscape for musicians where Spotify and other online resources are far more important than old cd's and vinyls and where artists are making most of their money from concert-tours instead of recordsales.
Maybe the city of Nashville is living in a 1990's dome bubble where everybody listens to music in the form of cd's,vinyl and the odd minidisc player.
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Teddy and Juliette were in a scene together for like FOUR seconds. I don't even think they looked at each other and I felt chemistry. Anyone else notice?
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  • It's a soap. I've come to accept it's soapiness, so I just roll with it. Soapy stuff. All the soapy stuff. Whatever.
  • Julianne was despicable, but then of course had her moments of sweetness where you're reminded that deep down she's just a broken human being and that's why she's so miserable to others, and then she's despicable again. Hayden P does a fantastic job with what she's given, if anything, I found her more deserving of an Emmy nod. But Julianne still hasn't mastered being broken and likeable like Deacon, who is a hot mess, but a hot, sweet, awesome, cool hot mess. I want to like Julianne, because she has vulnerable moments and things of that nature, but I guess I do agree with the review, in the sense of, what good does it do to constantly have these glimmers of sweetness and humanity and decency when she slips right back into the bitchiness? It's what I call the pendulum effect, she goes from one extreme to another without the necessary grey area in the middle, and that doesn't help with character development or growth in a series. You need the grey. You need the transition period. So yeah she was despicable and manipulative and exploiting Rayna's tragedy instead of just continuing to exploit her own. Then she had a sweet moment with Maddie, but we all know that she'll use the information about Deacon to benefit herself, despite her occasional attempts at bonding with Maddie, and the fact that Deacon was/is a solid enough friend. As much of a friend as she'll allow herself to have, even though she sucks at being one in return. I found the way in which she dismissed and shunned him so easily after the accident horrible. Sure, one could argue, it's because of her familiarity with addicts, and maybe she could compare it to her mother, but it still didn't reign authentic.
  • Teddy is a wretched wretched character. Eric Close can play slimy in amazing ways, I mean, I love his smarmy, slimeball of a character Tanner when he guest stars on Suits, but Teddy is just the worst. There is nothing likeable or redeemable about his character at all. Absolutely nothing. I for one think it's very possible to have him written off the show despite being the kids' father. He always comes across irrelevant, in all aspects on the show, but especially with the political crap.
  • The entire way in which they handled Deacon this episode just irritated the hell out of me. I still had some residual irritation from the end of the season on tp of it. Yes, Deacon is a drunk/addict. That is horrible indeed, but the way in which they treat this man as if he'st he scum of the Earth for having this problem is annoying. The fact that he has to be reamed for taking up drinking again, but we're supposed to not think less of Rayna and Teddy for keeping such a life altering secret from him is insane and ridiculous! I don't care if he was the prince of darkness, he had a right to know about his own child. They weren't protecting Maddie, by not telling her the truth, and in not telling neither Maddie or Deacon, that only made things worse. I didn't even agree with the fact that they didn't tell Deacon the second she found out she was pregnant, because honestly, a man like him, if anything would have put him on track and contributed to him actually staying in rehab, finding out he was going to have a kid would have. It would have given him the purpose in his life that he needed. it would have grounded him. But, even if they didn't tell him then, to not tell him in the thirteen years that he's been sober is freaking unconscionable and unforgivable It just is. But the fact that we're almost expected to ignore all this and Deacon is almost villianized for falling off the wagon again after news like that...I can't even. Ugh. It isn't a surprise that he's so bitter and that he was willing to take the blame. It's his penance, in his own mind. He's been robbed of purpose again. I hated it, but I understood why he was doing it. But the incompetency displayed by those handling his case is a slap in the face to the justice system! Soooo, no one investigated the car accident because he said he was driving? So let me get this straight, the drunk who was irresponsible and unreliable enough to be driving, as far as they know, is reliable enough to give an accurate statement on what actually happened? And they just accepted that...? WTF?! Mind-boggling and mind-blowing.
  • Anyone else just the slightest bit curious as to why we have never seen Scarlett's mother?
  • I could talk about the political aspect of the show but I don't even care about it.
  • Will is a frustrating character to watch. I guess I'm happy to see that his friendship with Gunnar is solid, because I never expected it to be. I don't know if I'm crazy about his storyline with struggling with his sexuality. It isn't the struggling that I have a problem with, but how he goes about dealing with his struggle. I don't even know how to explain it.
  • So Avery is back to playing at the BlueBird, occasionally playing with Juliette, and pining after Scarlette? He does a better job with the bad boy/jackass with moments of vulnerability and goodness, better than Juliette, but it still feels like they never know what to do or what direction to take his character.
  • Peggy is craziness and ugh. Although Teddy deserves it, but I don't know what she's trying to gain from the fake pregnancy thing.
  • So Rayna's father may be responsible for the car accident that killed her..zzzzzzzzzzz.
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I accept it for the overly dramatic soap that it is. That's what makes it fun to me. Watching Juliette try to milk the Rayna situation, Gunner's roommate trying to stay in the closet, Deacon trying to stay in jail and papa Booth being responsible for mom's death (which I also saw coming a mile away) was just ridiculous fun for me. I have to agree wasn't crazy about Juliette's song and that dress was definitely distracting!
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The first episode of season 2 for me was OK not the greatest just OK. There were some nice scenes. I was surprise they had Will and Gunnar become roommates. I think we are going to see some interesting stories and drama play out between these two. Because I'm more excited to see how their friendships process through out season 2. I'm interested in seeing how Will's career goes. Is he going to make it as a singer and life his dream. Is Gunnar going to become Will's support system for him in his career and struggle of who he is as a person. Their friendship will it stand the test of time. Or will there be trouble coming ahead for them?

I think I'm going to like Scarlett this season. It seems she going to try her hardest to stand on her own. I'm liking she and Avery are becoming friends again. But we know Avery still love Scarlett. I like the fact that he seems to not be trying to win her back just yet. Letting her have her space. I think the reason why that is. Because they knew each other longer. Have a history even long before they arrived in Nashville together. Unlike Gunnar who is still trying to win Scarlett back. Because he told her after they finished singing. They talked a little bit. He said "you fight for the one you love".
I was thinking yeah we get it you are so "in love" with her. But like Avery, you screwed up. You even took it too far as to asking her to marry you. When she already had broken up with you.

I think there might be a love triangle coming between Scarlett, Avery and Gunnar. But I wouldn't be surprise if Scarlett, turns the table on them. She just wants to be friends with them. I don't think that will happen, But we'll have to wait and see. She could easily become a "doormat" again for both of these guys? Who knows maybe there could be a new guy. Who comes into her life. Maybe it'll be a totally different kind of man. Who is secure in his life and is not one bit jealous or upset that he not a part of her career. Who is happy with her success in the music industry. Now that would be interesting spin if the writers took her story in that direction.

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This pilot is better than a lot of episodes from last season. Its not a fantastic show but 2 things made me comeback to the show.

1) Hayden Panettiere

2) And really good music (I am quite amaze almost all of these actors/actress can sing so well)
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loved it!
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1. I'm really happy Nashville is back. I missed this show.

2. Is it me or did Juliette look old during her performance?

3. I'm glad Rayna is alright, I need Connie Britton in my life.

4. I loved the coma flashbacks. Now we know exactly why Rayna left Deacon. You can't really blame her for doing it.

5. I wonder why are Teddy and Peggy still in the show?

6. I can't help it - I want to see Scarlett, Gunnar and Avery in one bed doing shirtless hugs.

Thanks for review, Kaitlin. I hope you will review Nashville on weekly basis.
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I've never watched a minute of that show. This Texan has an aversion to hillbilly music and to 'leftist' Connie Britton. I can't imagine that many 'country music' fans appreciate a socialist playing one of their singers.
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Its gotten a bit more soapy - i'll give it another few episodes, but if it doesnt rein the soapiness in, i'm done.
I cant criticize anyone for staying with Nashville, i'm just disappointed in the direction they have gone.
On the plus side we have Juliet and Scarlet
On the minus side we now have Will so far back in the closet he can see Narnia, the pregnancy, Rayna's mothers death is now iffy after all these years and for some reason the record company has been taken over.

On the plus plus side i would like to interview for a job with Juliet
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Yes, that would be one fun-filled interview for sure.
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OMG I love that you watch Nashville too.
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It started off as a very interesting idea and even as the quality turned more soapy i stuck around out of habit. But it is now getting into daytime soap opera story lines and that might be too much for me. I watch Greys as well, in between Banshee and Spartacus
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Didnt like the season preview after the show.

Rayna should get together with Deacon the end. This business with the music producer is dumb and that story line is tired and played out. Those memories should bring her back to the good Deacon and who he is now. Other then that the show is convoluted with all the multiple story lines for every character.

Also get another young music women in there to push Juliet around and challenge her. This would be a good look and let Rayna sit back a bit.
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I say accept that it's candy. Candy with some pretty high quality acting, but candy none the less and enjoy the show for the show for as long as it lasts before ABC pulls the plug.

This seems like the long lost twin sister to 'Private Practice'. A solid premise and a couple of strong female leads which starts from a position of strength and gets campier and campier.

On the plus side, Private Practice lasted how long...5-6 years? Could be a good sign for Nashville, though my best case scenario is that it doesn't make it past season 3...if it makes it to season 3.
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Total agreement here. Nothing wrong with some good candy!!!! Ever so much better than the twisted mind .,violent programs. We need candy. The real world is what we don't need. KEEP THE CAndy!!!!
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Let's not get carried away. There's an abundance of candy on TV. Only recently have we started getting programming with any level of intelligence geared towards the a viewer not suffering from A.D.D. who can't follow anything but the simplest, most cliche story arcs.

I like candy, but too much will rot your brain. And thanks to the big four networks, the past couple of decades have been a candypalooza.

I like me some Nashville. But if it became the model for all other programming...I'd give up on TV entirely.
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Hey, don't blame the simplification on us folks with ADD. Some of us hate the extra-soapy version of the show just as much as you do. (P.S. We also hate those tickers along the bottom of the morning news shows, which people likewise blame on us. :/ Argh.)
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I have to say... I just LOVE this show. I seriously have no problems whatsoever with the high soapy character of it. Bring it!
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I really like this show, I'm invested in Rayna-Deacon story no matter what and I loved Scarlett's song again. But the plot about Rayna's mother's death is leading it into muddy soapy waters and I hope they'll give it up and concentrate on something more interesting and less over-the-top.
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The Juliette character is well written. Multi layered. Her extreme loneliness and connection with Rayn's daughter who is torn by the fatherhood issue....
TOO MANY COMMERCIALS! Likely the most of any show currently on.
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I still don't know what to think. I liked season 1, I'm hoping i will keep enjoying the show this season too. I just hope I don't have to start fast forwarding some side story lines.
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Well, some of it was lovely and some of it was lame. Some of the acting was wonderful (Deacon..) and some of it was ghastly. (Who the heck is the 'schoolmate roomate' of Scarlett's? She's awful. Though she probably can sing.) Some of the storylines I enjoyed deeply - the continuing of Juliette's torn agenda - on one end she's trying to be evil and selfish and on one end she's so terribly lonely and can see those people can be good friends.) ... How Deacon wants to punish himself. Stuff like that. The storyline with the fake pregnancy and closeted gay issues are too done to death. Also 'your dad may have killed your mom' is slightly redundant. They did that bit to death in Dallas, too.
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The premiere hit the ground running, and that's something every series (at least series of the drama genre) should do! I do however agree with the others complaining about Peggy. She's annoying. Didn't she try killing herself because of Teddy once? Now she's going to pretend to have his baby to be close to him again? She can go. However, everything else is great so far and I'm definitely looking forward to this season a lot!
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Peggy and Teddy have to be the most uninteresting characters in the show, I really hope they don't go wasting air time on this ridiculous pregnancy story. It's so not necessary, just get rid of Peggy already!
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I loved Juliette in this episode! Panettiere plays both the self-serving and spoilt superstar and the damaged and unloved emotional young women so convincingly. Deacon was a highlight is this episode too, even if some of his parts were a tad melodramatic. Douche move on Gunnar's part burning Scarlet's couch, but that's fine with me, because it leaves the opportunity for her and Avery to get back together (I can't believe I ever hated this character last season, he's become such an intriguing one, especially since being paired with Juliette). Peggy's fake pregnancy and the possibility that Lamar was involved in his wife's death are precisely the ridiculously over-the-top soap opera plots that Nashville needs to avoid if it ever wants to be considered a solid drama series.

I can't say I'm impressed with the introduction of any of the new characters. Scarlet's friend is a poor attempt to keep the 'wide-eyed and naïve inspiring singer character' in the mix now that Scarlet is heading off to bigger and better things (and storylines away from the The Bluebird), and honestly I can't see the point. And while I loved Juliette in this episode, I'm afraid her new not-yet hired man friend will just be another unfortunate love interest the writers think they need to pair her with (whereas this episode shows she's best by herself and not with another faceless and self-destructive male character).
The appearance of Will's ex was interesting though, and could potentially lead to a worthy subplot.

Other notes: Rayna James has a lot of fans in prison? Really? I mean, I get that the prison is in Nashville, but come on. The doctors at the hospital not only thought it wise to let her family, especially her young daughters, be woken from her coma, not once, but twice? That's some good bedside manners going on there. Deacon must be able to keep up appearances very, very well while drunk if Rayna couldn't tell (or smell) that he'd been hitting the bottle hard before he asked her to marry him and had sex in the flashback.
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Ok I was really excited for this show to return (Too much work, not enough stuff around)...
The season premiere was good even if stuff i wanted to happen didn't happen (but i think it's for the own good of the show).
things i liked:
- The complexity of Juliette personality, it makes this character really intense and deep... and we never know what would happen with her.
- the flashbacks we finally saw what we thought happen between Rayna and Deacon
- and finally Deacon and Scarlett relationship

things i disliked:
-conrad
-penny
- scarlett and gunnar break up but in fact it could be good for the storyline
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I was enjoying more the flash backs at the beginning of the episode because they seemed more sketchy, like memories are, and I could understand they wanted to reflect what would be in the mind of a person in a comma. But then they were more real flashbacks and it was a bit ridiculous that they were just putting them in that sort of cloud to make them look younger. We already knew all the stuff, so there was no need to show this.
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Totally agree about Juliette, she's great! And yes, the Teddy/ Peggy storyline has gone from bad to worse.

I'm not a fan of flashbacks myself, and I actually would have preferred not to have the writers show exactly what happened between Rayna and Deacon (we basically knew already, they didn't need to show it).

I found the scene with Scarlett visiting Deacon to be one of the stronger scenes in the episode, I hope, like yourself, that their relationship continues to develop.

I'm not a fan of Gunnar, so him and Scarlett broken up is fine by me, plus I enjoy all the tension provided my having Avery around so I'm pretty happy with the outcome of the proposal.
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Aaahhhh! Yes! It's back! And better than ever! XD

Great premiere episode! Some of the characters are STILL all over the place, more specifically Juliette and Gunnar. Just when I start liking them, I feel like the writers purposely do something to mess them up! LOL

For example, they have Juliette throw a concert about Rayna, making it all about herself just so that she can sell more records/singles. and then they have her be sweet and caring to Maddie, giving her phone number and telling her she can call her anytime that she needs to talk to somebody. It's like, is that even the same person??!?! Who's the real Juliette? I don't know. lol

As for Gunnar, they have him do something stupid like get drunk, and burn Scarlett's couch and than he goes to visit her at the Bluebird and he tells her that you don't give up on people you love. I don't know, I just don't get it. He's had those moments before, sometimes he acts like a jerk, and sometimes he is nice...

With that out of the way, eveything else was perfect. The acting was great, it's always great! Poor Deacon really, just, broke my heart. :( < Props to everyone involved in making this show! It's always good.
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Juliette is a complex character, she not just one or the other of those things, she's both. Yes, she selfishly threw a concert in Rayna's honour to promote her new album, and it's debatable whether or not her conversation with Maddie was intentionally well meaning, or just her acting, but her final scene in the episode - her crying over a picture of Rayna -demonstrates that she's a very conflicted and three-dimensional character.

Sort of agree with Gunnar, though. I've never liked him, and it's possibly because there's an entire lack of character there.
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Agree about Juliette - Both sides of her were shown in this episode in a very short time, on purpose. I believe she meant well when offering her help to Maddie and also felt overwhelmed when actually seeing Rayna in a comma. She ordered the candles to try and take advantage of the death around her commercially, and then ended up actually praying in from of them. Somehow it is an easy to believe character.
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Hideous. Just hideous. If this bad dialogue, dumb plot, and acting is all they have to show for all those months off, I would rather ABC had cancelled the darn thing. During one of the many ad breaks in the first half, I flipped over to watch a movie from the '50s on another channel, and some 10 minutes later, I realized Nashville was probably back. THAT is how painfully bad they had made the premiere of this show I've been waiting months to watch... an old movie that was playing for the 3rd time in 2 weeks was more compelling. Even when I did return, the moronic scene at Will and Gunnar's party had me reaching for the "off" button before they'd even lit the match for the completely predictable idiocy that came next. Hours later, I'm still ranting about what a shambles they made of this premiere. It's simply inexcusable, And if they're already out of ideas as of episode 2.01, what hope is left for the rest of the season to be watchable?
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Other than than stupid Gunnar crap....i thought the show was excellent. The Juliette character IS a conflicted personality. Too many commercials though.
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Hmmm...I'm not sure what to think. Didn't surprise me at all that Deacon gave up on himself after what happened...blaming himself for everything. He needs to stop drinking.
But Rayna wanting to leave her past completely behind? I think she's taking the easy way out. She did keep Maddie a secret when she clearly should have come clean at some point. I'd prefer it if they actually dealt with this issue instead of a whole season of Rayna and Deacon avoiding it and each other until the last 3 episodes of the season.
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No...Rayna wanting to erase her bad memories is easy to understand. Wouldn't most of us want to clear our "hard drives" in our brains of painful things?
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I thought it was a good premiere, I still hate everything about Teddy(fake pregnancy storyline...ughhh), but I thoroughly enjoyed everything else.
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