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I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You) 

An investigation shines unwelcome light on Rayna's past with Deacon.



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An investigation shines unwelcome light on Rayna's past with Deacon.

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Drama | Music | Romance





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17 October 2012 (USA)  »

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The man who delivers the guitar to Deacon is Alan Powell, who is a singer in the YouTube cover band, Anthem Lights. See more »


No One Will Ever Love You
Written by: Steve Mcwean and John Paul White
Sung By: Connie Britton (Rayna James) and Deacon Claybourne (Charles Esten)
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Nashville I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You)
17 October 2012 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Juliet starts by filming her new music video for her pop country song. The girl Scarlett who sang in the bar last week is offered a record deal. Rayna asks one band member if he really is going to Juliet's tour, she then takes him in her van. Juliet takes Deacon out into the middle of nowhere to show him her land and also write songs together. Scarett and Gunnar decide to got on a date. Rayna goes to a political meeting with her husband but also sees her dad. Then we got to Juliet and Deacon are on the land starting to write a song. Juliet is trying to steal the guitar player for herself by going skinny dipping. Scarlett takes to her boyfriend who is upset that she was singing and writing with Gunner. Juliet send Deacon a guitar gift and Rayna is there and does not like the way it looks. Then when the two are alone the fight ending with Rayna storming out of the room. The men that interviewed her husband interview Rayna for the campaign. Rayna then stops the interview on her own time, at the same time we hear a song from Juliet. By the swimming pool Scarlett talks about her future. The interviewers do not find much wrong with Teddy except for one area they cannot get any information on. Deacon then asks Rayna to come up and sing with him even though Juliet thought it was her. They then sing a song and it's the best I've heard on the show so far as it evokes the feel and emotion of country. Nice episode and Connie is really great at handling the comedy and drama of the character, Hayden is also fine in an almost one note character.

EPISODE GRADE: B (MVP: Connie Britton)

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