Posted by Rucax at Saturday, October 26, 2013 0 Comments
Although this was not a mind-blowing episode it was a really needed one, this Hart of Dixie season has great potential and it seems to me that the writer’s goal is to give a clean slate to each and every character. I really want to see where this is going to go from now on. Let’s begin…
Zoe, Brick and non-compete clauses
Ok, funny story, Harley Wilkes, Zoe’s father, added one non-compete clause to her contract so she wouldn’t be able to open her own practice in Bluebell. Strange, right? Yeah, but it led us to really, really fun moments. I really enjoyed watching Zoe running up and down Bluebell, struggling not to practice medicine but still doing it, whispering medical advice while trying to loose Bluebell’s new private detective (slash pharmacist) who Brick had hired to follow her. Oh, and yes I almost died when she cried over her computer while watching medical related images. Fun stuff right there.
I was pleased to see that Zoe stayed true to her character and was oblivious to the signs that the only thing she needed to do, so Brick would let her practice again, was nothing more than apologize for leaving without any explanations. I am happy as well for Brick’s breakthrough; he finally opened up and talked about his interrupted marriage, his youngest daughter absence and Zoe’s disappearance from Bluebell. I’m glad that we know how Brick is feeling about this things, it was about time. So after a needed talk between those two Brick welcomed Zoe back and now that she is back in practicing medicine I’m really curious to see where the plot is going to move.
AB and Lemon, Crickett and stupid by-laws
Lemon was really upset when Crickett led that Belles reunion, but I kind of understood Crickett’s position, Lemon is not the Belles’ leader and she has to abide with some of the decisions she makes. But, anyway Lemon is Lemon, and she is in charge even when she isn’t, so…
It was funny to watch her and AB (I just love her character) create a rebel group trying to make other Belles talk about Crickett and her rules but she was the one who ended up winning with the situation by taking Lemon down with burocracy and stupid by-laws.
In spite of being labeled a traitor and punished with graffiti cleaning and gazebo painting, Lemon held her head high and finished each and every one gracefully. But did you think she would return to the Belles after this? Well, Crickett was willing to let her come back but Lemon needs to be the big boss in everything she does so she and AB left, wining 10 free hours a week. That’s a lot of free time, I wish I had that much…
George, Lynly and killer zippers (Ouch!)
I was reticent in the beginning with this plotline but now I’m kind of happy with it. I still don’t love Lynly if that matters but I laughed out loud with that lingerie-in-bed scene, just priceless. The very painful, hard-watching killer zipper scene was fun as well, and it led us to another needed conversation between Zoe and George Tucker. I just hope the writers don’t insist in that a lot because last season was enough for me. At least Tansy is not in the picture anymore.
Zoe, Joel and… Wade
I’m almost certain Joel time in Bluebell is reaching the end. Zoe and Wade clearly have feelings for each other and the only one who can’t see it is Joel. Although Wade had the opportunity to punch him, I already was hopping that would happen, he was not blamed for anything because it was for a good cause so, in the end, Joel and Zoe seem to be happier and closer. I just wonder how much time is going to last. It’s true that it provides some interesting and funny moments but, most of the time, is just weird and uncomfortable to watch Zoe and Wade separated, full of politeness when talking to each other.
Finish Line thoughts
I loved Brick’s breakthrough, it was a necessary moment and I’m glad it happened. Maybe his story can go forward, now that the past is (kind of) explained. We will see.
With a lot of more free time I’m curious to see what Lemon and AB are going do next. Coming from Lemon I expect anything… graceful.
I completely converted to the country side of life with The Head and the Heart’s performance this week! The CW shows become successes, most of the times, because of the soundtrack and the ability to highlight new artists (look at Gossip Girl, for example), so I didn’t expect Hart of Dixie to be any different but the thing I love is that they really try to highlight country music and that’s really cool. Congratulations and please keep doing that.
What did you think of this week's episode? Did you like Brick’s breakthrough? What do you think Lemon and AB are going to do next? Share your thoughts in the comments, they exist for that, and don’t forget to tune in Monday for another episode of Hart of Dixie.
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