TweetCap: ‘Nashville’: “I’m Sorry for You My Friend”
This week’s ‘Nashville’ wasn’t very exciting. In fact, it was bordering on sleep-inducing. The writers must be big fans of ‘Game of Thrones’ because this episode attempted to follow several non-related character storylines across the good ol’ U.S. of A. And those storylines included Terrible Douche Avery! As if anyone on this show actually cares about what he does, they followed him to Atlanta, Georgia (you could tell where the characters were because the show felt the need to add location information whenever it switched to a new city) where he was still sleeping with his manager and hanging out in a sweet ride with Wyclef Jean.
The show continued to bounce across America as if it’s as interesting as Westeros. Austin! San Diego! Oakland! Atlanta! Little Rock! Yes, even Little Rock. I’m not complaining, but they couldn’t have picked some better places? I mean, what was wrong with Columbus, Ohio? For all my hard work here to try to deter the people of this city, they LOVE country music. They should not be denied a chance to gaze upon the red microphone of Juliette or the luscious hair of Rayna James. And because Deacon quit/was fired from that one band where the lead singer was creepy, I give it three episodes before he’s back with Rayna’s band. Those two just can’t quit each other. Anyway, I’ve rambled enough, here’s my TweetCap from last night.
Synopsis: The “Red Lips, White Lies” tour with co-headliners Rayna James and Juliette Barnes is kicking off in San Diego. That’s a long way from Nashville where Election Day is fast approaching for Teddy. San Diego is also a long way from Little Rock, Arkansas, where Deacon is finishing up a show with the Revel Kings. The band is headed to Austin, as are Scarlett and Gunnar. She’s going to see Deacon. He’s going to visit family.
Juliette is upset because Sean won’t sign divorce papers. The longer it takes, the more time the press will have to discover they were already married. Right now everyone thinks country star left the quarterback at the altar. Juliette sends Sean a message via the press about what a mistake their marriage would have been. As short time later, she’s served with papers to appear in family court. Sean doesn’t want a divorce. He wants an annulment.
After Juliette performs “Boys and Buses” during a sound check, she informs her band that they won’t be doing fan favorite “Love Like Mine” at any future shows. There’s obviously some emotional baggage attached to this tune. Juliette later confronts Sean in person about their situation. He wants her to admit that she was fraudulent regarding their marriage. That’s not something Juliette is ready to do.https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291743213746790401 https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291743971103891456 https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291744534180790273 https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291746238557200385 https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291750338816536576 https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291750956759138304 https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291751486600384512 https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291752408168677376 https://twitter.com/thekaitling/status/291753344144384000
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