Nashville: Season 1, Episode 5

Move It on Over (7 Nov. 2012)

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Deacon offers to help talk Juliette's mother into rehab. Rayna says no to a Greatest Hits album again. Rayna is recording one of her and Deacon's songs for a commercial, it was altered and ... See full summary »

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Deacon offers to help talk Juliette's mother into rehab. Rayna says no to a Greatest Hits album again. Rayna is recording one of her and Deacon's songs for a commercial, it was altered and Deacon won't sign off on the change. Teddy and Coleman debate the baseball stadium. Teddy meets with Peggy and we learn it's not an affair they are hiding, it's a crime. Scarlett and Gunnar get an audition for one of their songs. When they need another guitarist Avery steps in, but he gets jealous and takes over the song by playing a flashy lead. Written by A. Farley

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Sorry to say, not great
10 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After 4 INCREDIBLE episodes, Nashville's 5th, "Move It On Over," didn't move the storyline much. Yawn. Even the music did not move me. At all.

It wasn't horrible, but it felt ... hmm, how does one say this ... soap-opera-y.

I've come to expect more out of this series than a soap opera. It's been much more intense, so this was a bit of a surprise, and not in a good way. Many of ABC's nighttime dramas fall under this "soap opera" heading ... and far, far too often. This episode felt like one of those ... perhaps "Desperate Housewives," except without the humor and sarcasm. It bordered on silly and was definitely "ordinary" in comparison to the others.

Deacon's antics are getting too predictable (the pill bottle had me cracking up), and I'm not seeing any passion whatsoever from Rayna. Hardly typical of a country diva, old or young, past or present. She needs to step it up a couple of notches. What's going on with Teddy? We don't really know and what's worse, we don't care. Why is it, in the 5th episode, we are just learning now that Teddy came from money? The only highlight was the VERY VERY brief interchange between the 3 young up and comings, Gunnar, Scarlet and Avery. THAT is where the fight scene should've taken place. It's almost as if someone pushed a pause button on this show.

Bottom line, the first episode (Pilot) had my heart beating fast in anticipation. So much went on, the dialogue was biting, witty and succinct, with a fast-moving storyline. The second, third episodes, less so, but nothing discouraging. The 4th wasn't as spectacular as the first 3, but enough to keep me watching. This one was a bit of a sleeper.

I'll still watch next week, but I sincerely hope the momentum wasn't all squeezed out of this series in the first few shots. After the level of music we experienced in the first 4 episodes, they better start hitting those Nashville streets--hard--looking for more outstanding tunes like Undermine, Telescope and If I Didn't Know Better.

I have, officially, been spoiled.


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