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Be Careful of the Stones You Throw 

Juliette and Sean elope. Sean wants them to tell Juliette's mom on family day at rehab, but Juliette talks him into letting her go alone. Juliette and her mom continue to argue. Lamar uses ... See full summary »



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Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom) (credit only)
Carmen Gonzalez


Juliette and Sean elope. Sean wants them to tell Juliette's mom on family day at rehab, but Juliette talks him into letting her go alone. Juliette and her mom continue to argue. Lamar uses Rayna's daughter to threaten her, and Teddy tells him to back off. Deacon is on the road with the new band and avoiding an interview, but not the attractive reporter. Avery tells his band that he made a solo deal. Scarlett agrees to be their lead singer in Avery's absence. Written by A. Farley

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Drama | Music | Romance





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9 January 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Nashville Be Careful of the Stones You Throw
18 January 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Back to the show and Rayna is recording the live version of her duet with Juliet and while it goes well for her Rayna is nowhere to be found. Juliet went through with her marriage with Sean her footballer boyfriend. Juliet feeling good realizes she is to be at the recording session. Scarlett and Gunnar continue their awkwardness around each other, while Avery seems to be enjoying the life of game even though he has not let his band go yet. Deacon is playing with his current rock band. Juliet comes late to recording telling everyone about her marriage which makes Rayna give her some words of congratulations also asking to start the tour early. Juliet then gets home where Sean has told his parents who wanted a real marriage demanding they get properly married before announcing to the public. Rayna comes home telling Teddy she is going to take the girls with her on tour which does not seem to go over well with Teddy. Sean and Juliet have just gotten married but their conflicting schedules is giving them less time to spend together ruining their fantasy marriage. Teddy tells Tandy about the plans of Juliet involving the kids. The live version is much better then the recorded but Rayna really wants to just go on tour. Avery finally tells the band he is going solo and after some fighting the band leave mad at his selfish decision. Juliet and Sean's mother are going over wedding details and the tension is present between them. Tandy and Lamar after learning of Rayna's plans talk to her almost commanding her but she just makes them leave with these two thinking they own her. Avery visits Scarlett and the two kiss showing their feelings for them. During Juliet's rehearsals Sean comes with news that she can talk to her mom before the wedding. Scarlett and Avery sleep together and when she learns of what she did with his band she throws him out. Juliet meets with her mom and once again it turns too overly dramatic with her recovering mom thinking she knows all about her spoiled daughter. Scarlett talks to Avery's old band and decides to play with the band. Rayna complains to Teddy about her families actions. Deacon and his female reporter friend sleep together and Scarlett play her awkwardly sweet song. Rayna leaves for her tour which she is using as a cover-up for the marriage while Juliet does not even go to her second wedding driving to a plane. I hadn't seen this show in some time and I hate how a writer as talented as Callie Khouri could allow all her characters to be horribly written not even saved by some of the actors. Boring episode and Britton the best cast member brings nothing special like she did to many characters in her past like the lovable Tami Taylor.

EPISODE GRADE: D- (MVP: Connie Britton)

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