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I'm Sorry for You, My Friend 

Scarlett tells Gunnar she has two passes to Deacon's concert in Austin, but Gunnar says he's making the trip because of family obligations. She convinces him to take her along saying they ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Teddy Conrad
Avery Barkley
Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)
Lamar Wyatt
Tandy Hampton
Liam McGuinnis
Marilyn Rhodes
Dominic Wells
Sean Butler (as Tilky Montgomery Jones)


Scarlett tells Gunnar she has two passes to Deacon's concert in Austin, but Gunnar says he's making the trip because of family obligations. She convinces him to take her along saying they can work during the long drive. Cy (band leader) is jealous of the attention Deacon is getting with the press and the women, which prompts him to make a bad move and Deacon quits the band. Juliette files divorce papers, Sean files annulment papers. Rayna isn't happy with any guitarist playing in Deacon's place. The election results come in. Written by A. Farley

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Drama | Music | Romance




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16 January 2013 (USA)  »

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Nashville I'm Sorry for You, My Friend
20 January 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Juliet and Rayna's tour starts soon which means they must do a press conference for the concert. At this conference questions about politics and weddings come up which the women do not want to answer because they are too personal. Rehearshals start and Rayna is having problems with finding a guitar player comparing most of them to Deacon. Rayna gets a call from her kids but when she must talk to Teddy he just listens to her which does not look good for the campaign. Back in Nashville Scarlett is going to see Deacon in concert but when she asks Gunnar he has to deal with his brother. Juliet wants to sign her divorce papers but Sean is holding out. Rayna loses another guitar player and her manager tells her off her comparisons to Deacon she puts on all guitar players. Teddy talks to Lamar and Tandy and is told by Lamar to do something for votes Teddy does not want to do. Avery while sleeping with Marilyn is told by her to worry about Dominic. Rayna sits on the top seats and is visited by Liam McGuinnis who she asks to play guitar for her. He agrees to join her band but just for three shows. Juliet is in an interview and gives a message out to Sean to try get his attention. Gunnar gets his brother Robert out of prison to make sure he is fine after 8 years in prison. Juliet does her sound check but when the song "Love Like Mine" comes up she does not want to sing it because of how bad it would feel. Rayna gets to her sound check and Liam has to cause a scene to get Juliet off the stage. This angers Juliet who then wants to fly away. Gunnar gets his brother a motel room to stay in leading to the two of them singing a song. Scarlett after Deacon's concert is invited into a private party with Cy. Juliet try's to talk to Sean but he wants nothing to do with divorce but just get the annulment. Scarlett is left alone in a room where Cy try's to sleep with her only for Deacon to stop it and quit. Gunnar returns to the room of Robert's and the two have a fight about the past ending with Robert leaving. Rayna performs the concert and after introducing Liam sings one of her new songs to him. Juliet then does her set and instead of skipping over "Love Like Mine" sings it. Gunnar collects Scarlett from the hotel and she asks him about his family she does not know. Juliet with her lawyer in front of Sean agrees to his annulment just to make him happy. Rayna returns home just as the mayor news comes in and Teddy beats Coleman in a close race. Teddy has won but drama must come from a visit by Peggy who leaves without giving him a kiss. This show is just a bad watch not even Britton can save it from bad writing and so much drama in one episode. Nothing special anymore about the show and am thinking about giving up on the show soon.

EPISODE GRADE: D (MVP: Connie Britton)

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