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I've Been Down That Road Before 

Deacon finally accepts Juliette's offer to tour with her, and Rayna's not happy about it. Liam wants Rayna to change labels, neglecting to mention he has a side deal. Rayna fires him and ... See full summary »



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Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom) (credit only)
Lamar Wyatt (credit only)


Deacon finally accepts Juliette's offer to tour with her, and Rayna's not happy about it. Liam wants Rayna to change labels, neglecting to mention he has a side deal. Rayna fires him and hires a woman guitar player. Rayna gets her own label and wants to sign Scarlett and Gunnar. Rayna struggles with being on the road with Deacon, and finally texts him to come up to her room. When she opens the door, it's Teddy who came to tell Rayna he wants a divorce. Juliette slips a ballad that she and Deacon wrote into the show and the crowd response is OK, but Glen has a fit. The song ends up online and is popular. Scarlett is having trouble making rent and Gunnar hates his roommates, so they agree to move in together platonically. Avery has a camera follow-along interview and takes them by Scarlett's house. That evening Gunnar and Avery get into a fist-fight. Written by A. Farley

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Drama | Music | Romance





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6 February 2013 (USA)  »

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Nashville I've Been Down That Road Before
9 February 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Juliet and Rayna land in Chicago and no one was really aware of Deacon joining the tour. Back in Nashville Scarlett is having apartment problems. Teddy calls Rayna still mad at Deacon being on the tour even though she did not know about it. Avery is told by Marilyn to get over Scarlett finally. Deacon is not used to Juliet'style of performance and how much of a production it is. Juliet is having problems with her brand and the change she wants to make. Rayna try's to talk to Deacon backstage but still they seem awkward around each other. Scarlett and the guys perform at a bar and are not paid much. Rayna is soon getting her own label and Scarlett might be the first act she wants to sign. Teddy is visited by Peggy on the streets who seems to be quite happy lately. Juliet wants to change but is afraid of losing her fans. Teddy gets a lift from Peggy and the two just kiss each other which seemed quite stupid and strange to me. Avery has a film crew outside Scarlett's to try impress her but she wants the money. Rayna and Deacon are once again in an elevator but he does not speak. Scarlett asks Gunnar to live with her and he says OK to help her with the rent. Juliet steps out on stage not in sparkles but in plain clothes to take a different direction with Deacon that seems to move even Rayna. Peggy and Teddy have slept together once again which is just not a good thing. Juliet sees the reaction from a critic who did not like the performance on twitter. Deacon is told by Juliet's manager not to mess with Juliet which then makes him kiss Rayna in the elevator. Avery wants to make his peace with Scarlett which leads to a fist fight with him and Gunnar. Juliet sees online the fans liked her which pushes her more to change. Teddy comes by Rayan's apartment wanting a divorce from her then going to black. This was just another one of those melodramatic episodes of Nashville. Two love triangles is too much and Juliet as a character really annoys me.

EPISODE GRADE: D+ (MVP: Hayden Panettiere)

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