Nashville – It Must Be You

by Alan Rapp on November 2, 2013

in Television Reviews 

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Nashville - It Must Be You

Love and Polo dominate the latest episode of Nashville as several unlikely characters make their way to a charity Polo match including Rayna (Connie Britton) and Tandy (Judith Hoag) who hope to use the event to drum up a partner to help buy out her contract, the ever-campaigning Teddy (Eric Close), Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) who is surprised to learn where her invitation came from, and Deacon (Charles Esten) who is dragged to the event by his new girlfriend Megan (Christina Chang).

While fretting about her performance in front of scout and music insiders, Scarlett (Clare Bowen) spends some time with Avery (Jonathan Jackson) and old passions reunite. The event goes out without a hitch, and the news that Scarlett may get back together with Avery makes Zoey (Chaley Rose) reconsider pushing Gunnar (Sam Palladio) away and agree to give their new romance a chance. Juliette meanwhile has to deal with the attention of a randy Polo player (Charlie Bewley) who wants to reconnect with the star under his wife’s (Brit Shaw) nose. Although Luke Wheeler’s (Will Chase) advances are a surprise to Rayna (but not the audience) she does finagle a spot for Scarlett on Luke’s tour as an opening act.

From the preview for next week’s episode Nashville is not going to waste any time before turning the heat up on the Juliette/Charles/Olivia love triangle. Of all the crazy relationships Deacon and Megan’s looks to be the most stable, and the series continues to tease us with Deacon at the piano possibly foreshadowing a new road for him to reconnect with music. As to the Gunnar/Zoey and Scarlet/Avery pairings we’ll have to wait and see if either or both have a chance to make it in the long term.

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