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There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight 

Rayna and Teddy disagree about how to handle the divorce right before Rayna steps on stage. Rayna is overwhelmed and for the first time in 20 years, she misses her cue. Scarlett gets a call... See full summary »

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Rayna and Teddy disagree about how to handle the divorce right before Rayna steps on stage. Rayna is overwhelmed and for the first time in 20 years, she misses her cue. Scarlett gets a call that Rayna wants to sign her and Gunnar to her own label. Scarlett finds out Gunnar's brother is in town in violation of his parole. She refuses to let him stay with them pointing out it's harboring a fugitive, but later changes her mind. Avery is not happy with the way Dominic is changing his music. Glenn is not happy with the way Juliette is changing her music. Glenn tells the crew to run all Juliette's changes past him and he'll handle it, but when Juliette finds out she calls everyone including Glenn to a middle-of-the-night meeting to say it's her way or the highway. Glenn quits. Rayna goes out drinking with Liam. Rayna's oldest daughter overhears Teddy on the phone with Peggy and tells Rayna. Written by A. Farley

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Drama | Music | Romance

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TV-14
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13 February 2013 (USA)  »

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When Michiel Huisman hands Connie Britton the glass of champange after the show he says "op je gezondheid". Its dutch for "cheers". Michiel Huisman is Dutch. See more »

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Don't Love Me Too Much
Performed by Escondido
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Nashville There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight
14 February 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The season of the show has been quite overly dramatic but sometime about this episode while it had it's bad moments Britton was so good in her scenes as Rayna as her life seemed to be falling all around her. The performances on this show feel fake and unreal as I can barely hear the singing which is just bad sound design and playing to a recorded track the actors just do not pull it off. Britton has really made her mark on this character and continues to be the best thing about the show especially when everyone around her does not act natural enough and all her scenes are played so well. Hayden as Juliet is just turning into an awful performance and while she was screaming at Glenn I could not help but laugh at how unrealistic it felt for her to scream at the guy with all those people watching. Scarlett should no longer be on the show and every story she is involved in is boring and I have no interest in her singing which seems to be the only thing she can sort of do well. The character of Avery is not needed at all with all his complaining. Still I do not enjoy watching the show like I should but I continue to watch just for being a fan of Connie Britton and her past roles on TV.

EPISODE GRADE: B- (MVP: Connie Britton)


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