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The Storm Has Just Begun 

The brightest stars of Nashville have gathered in support of Teddy's music education initiative, "Note By Note," where Juliette plans her return to the spotlight, and Layla finds herself ... See full summary »

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... Rayna Jaymes
... Juliette Barnes
... Scarlett O'Connor
... Will Lexington
... Luke Wheeler
... Teddy Conrad
... Deacon Claybourne
... Jeff Fordham
... Avery Barkley
... Gunnar Scott
... Maddie Conrad
Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad
... Layla Grant
... Dr. Caleb Rand
... Kevin Bicks
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The brightest stars of Nashville have gathered in support of Teddy's music education initiative, "Note By Note," where Juliette plans her return to the spotlight, and Layla finds herself thrust into it, alongside Jade St. John. At the gala, Rayna, Deacon, Maddie and Daphne get ready to take the stage and perform, but before they can, Deacon receives the call he's been waiting for containing some life-changing news.

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Drama | Music | Romance

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22 April 2015 (USA)  »

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Have a Little Faith In Me
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Definitely an improvement over the previous episode
22 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

The pacing is still way too frenetic, but the story of this episode was more involving. More of interest simply goes on in all the various two and a half minute scenes this time around.

Juliette is just ridiculous though, she's an exaggerated cartoon that doesn't fit in. I've come to realize that's more of a problem with the writing than it is with Hayden Panettiere, but she certainly doesn't rise above the Veronica Lodge-like writing of the character with her performance.

Christina Aguilera's acting was good (although her crying was iffy) and I was glad to see her in this one a lot more. Between her prominence in the episode and her performance of Shotgun, anybody who tuned in to see her will likely be satisfied.


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