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Deacon hates parties and watches Old Yeller every birthday, so naturally Juliette plans a surprise party for him. Rayna tells Teddy their daughter knows about Peggy, and Rayna will not cover for him like she did with the press. Despite filing in another county, the divorce is all over the tabloids and the paparazzi are all over Rayna and her girls. A crisis manager tells Rayna not to be seen in public with any man but her dad, but Rayna defiantly has Watty take her to Deacon's party. Rayna wrote a special song and Juliette says cattily that she's going to sing for Deacon, only she has to leave when her mother gets drunk. Teddy appoints Coleman as Deputy Mayor, infuriating Rayna's dad Lamar. Avery is in the studio and tells Dominic the music isn't right, but doesn't realize Dominic's responses are recorded. . . he isn't even there. Gunnar finds a gun in his brother's bag and Scarlett hits the roof. Scarlett gets Deacon to the party (attended by music celebs) on the pretext of finally ... Written by A. Farley

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2 March 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Deacon has a birthday party and once again every character must be involved making such awkwardly unfunny scenes where all characters congratulate each other. Rayna's divorce is public knowledge and she becomes a favourite of the paparazzi which just bores me seeing such bad writing. Scarlett and Gunnar have never been cute to me even when everyone thinks they are on the show. Their personal drama is so bad and Gunnar losing his brother meant nothing to me as they never made the brother Jason and interesting character whether he lived or died. Juliet is not as mean spirited this week as she try's to make a good party. Teddy and his Peggy is just bad and sop obvious for a singing soap opera. It's so sad to see actors being wasted and a show with great potential being very bad.

EPISODE GRADE: D- (MVP: Connie Britton)


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