Nashville Season Six, Episode Five - Where the Night Goes - Advanced Preview


Nashville Season Six, Episode Five - Where the Night Goes - Advanced Preview


Here we go again.

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JULIETTE


I know I've had some less than flattering things to say about Juliette's plot this season, but what happens this week takes the cake. Darius pushes Juliette in a bad way even more, it seems  nobody can reach her now. You'll have to wait to watch the episode to find out exactly what happens, but what made me mad (and will make you mad as well) is not a new plot, personality, or revelation. You've seen it happen many times before and I know we've all hated it every other time it's been done, which is part of the reason why what happens is so bad. It's going to certainly ruin things between Juliette and her characters even more than they already were.

Javery notes are that the couple is not happy this week, but that's not new, when are they ever?  Juliette and Avery both don't have many scenes together, Juliette at all, but their scenes aren't good for Javery fans I can say that. All this  aside, there's a pretty nice scene somewhere in the episode that had some sweet lines and was a really sweet moment (but the outcome isn't).

AVERY, WILL, AND GUNNAR


I guess the writers finally remembered they were writing a drama, so this week there is some forced singing drama between the band with still no name, but I am pretty sure it's because the writers wanted to force another new character on everyone. The entire plot really doesn't go anywhere, as you can see from the promos, the guys want to find a female voice, and that's basically all the episode is. They don't do much and there isn't depth to the search for a girl.

DEACON AND JESSIE



There's still no plot coming from MH's new couple. This week is basically a 22 minute (combined scene count if I had to guess) date and after date from Jeacon. There's no real plot or anything the two actually do except talk about their relationship and date. I will say, MH has made sure Jeacon is the only happy couple in the entire show, because they've yet to have any drama. This week there is some slight drama between them regarding the whole institution of their relationship, but it doesn't break them up unfortunately.

There are a few very indirect mentions of Rayna (RIP) that you should appreciate that have really been necessary.

Deacon has another random performance song this week, so if his and Jessie's plot this week makes you really hate the episode, then that could save it for you. It does sound like "old Nashville" music"

MADDIE AND JONAH



You all already know the wonderful plot we get to see this week regarding a song released about Maddie from Jonah's ex. Aside from the basic premise of that plot, a large chunk of the episode just spends the entire time diving into the teen-romance drama between that, and I'm sure you'll all love it. 

OVERVIEW:


This week definitely felt like a season five episode, the new tone of season six is gone. And by a season five episode, I mean that there was hardly any plots with the original cast members, two excluded. There's also still no music plot, and I've begun to think the writers forgot what show they were writing. Perhaps they forgot to take their medications this season. If you've already dropped Nashville and keep up with the plots to see what you're not missing, make sure to check out my full and detailed review this Thursday, where you'll see why nearly every fan is likely going to be filled with rage Friday morning. Some final thoughts -this week really proved Nashville really needs to pull a 360 and fast, because for a final season and the rate that things are moving, it doesn't look to be good. And by 360, I mean they need to bring the show back to what made the show so loved and fought for in the first place (the beautiful music, the edge-of-your-seat drama, the amazing characters and relationships), because it's far from that right now.

Challenge (??) of the week: Can anyone figure out what date/month we are in? It's clear the writers have no idea.


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