Nashville Season Six, Episode Three - Jump Then Fall - Advanced Preview

Nashville Season Six, Episode Three - Jump Then Fall - Advanced Preview




I've finally gotten access to 603, so without further ado, here's my next advanced preview for Nashville.


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JULIETTE AND AVERY


Now I have to give props to Hayden, as always, because she has to play a new role about every episode with this show! I love it because if  I don't like one Juliette, I know they'll be  another one next week waiting to be explored. Anyway, this week Juliette appears to no longer be depressed, which is a good thing, but I'm not so sure you'll like the Juliette this week. She's become really philosophical and quite frankly, a hippie. But don't worry, she's still *so* friendly and loving to Avery all the time, so no need to sweat. I knew there was a reason I loved Javery - it's how *loving* they are to each other  every week.

Juliette makes Avery go see Darius, something he's not too happy about. Darius tries to give him a explanation of what his "coherent philosophy" is, but we never get an answer on exactly what coherent philosophy is. But apparently it's the  oldest  thing known to man and  impossible to understand. Avery is not enthused with the complicated philosophy which upsets the already unfriendly relationship between himself and Juliette.

Juliette spends more time with Darius where he makes a play on her music career and I don't like where it looks to be going.

On a different note, if you're one of those weird people who can't get into Juliette joining a cult and hearing  the writers' endless attempts many times a week each week to sound smart and clever with their writing, there are some extremely cute Cadence scenes which just about made the episode worth watching. 

Also,  there was a wonderful clip of Hayden's beautiful voice singing, but you're going to have to get your video cameras out because it does not sound like we  get it released (shock)

Oh,  and THERE WAS A RARE BO SIGHTING!

SCARLETT


Scarlett has turned into Deacon's shrink this season, and this week I was *quite* fascinated by what we saw from Nashville's new resident humanitarian. The writers really explored this week giving  her the Juliette treatment (not screen time, they could never), but plotwise. She's in a new setting and it's quite weird not seeing Scarlett how we did for five years.

GUNNAR


Did bupkis this week. Nothing to report except he had a really funny four second scene with Will  and DaveDan.

WILL AND ZACH


Will was given a rough week this week. He's been pretty down in the dumps, physically and mentally as some stuff has changed in Zach's life that upsets Will who supposedly really misses Zach (the hero), but you'd think that Will and Zach were like married or something with how deep they made their scene.

Anyway, Will and Kevin are over, and Will  and Zach are still over, so they are move Will off to another...way of being? And there's a scene that is quite awkward (thanks steroids), I was like "woah"

The steroid plot is also finally given the light of day this week, but I know do want to kill Will, so y'know.

Bright side: The audience will really like something that happens this week and I know it must have caused MH great pains to do.

DEACON AND  JESSIE


In season one, Deacon was a happy and cool guy. That person went away off and on throughout the  show, and it appears that he may finally be  happy again this week thanks to everyone's favorite, Jessie. 

This week is basically filled wall to wall with more riveting Jeacon (did I get that right?) "drama", as well as some brilliant family drama. We  also see more about Jessie's future than I'd care for, but I suppose that's what is supposed to  happen with main characters... This week is basically just a rehash (again) of the weekly Deacon and Jessie that's been going on since season five, but plots are hard for MH, so I understand.


MADDIE AND JONAH


I was awaiting the blossoming relationship of Maddie and Jonah all week. It's so exciting and I was losing sleep over what was going to happen. This week we really get to see it (like a lot), so I am sure Lennon and the Jonah actor's mom was very happy. Anyway, aside from this, thankfully, they have a semi-music related plot (small), and Jonah strikes me as a nicer Markus, they're almost identical and you'll see that this week when he and Maddie get into their three songs.

DAPHNE


Has been moody and  sad because of Jeacon, and she bonds with Maddie for the first time in years, and it was a nice reminder of earlier seasons. She has a song, which don't shoot me, MAY be catchy.




This week was really not Nashville. Nobody was making music, nobody had a plot where they sang, or were entertaining, etc. The show has truly morphed from a show about musicians to a stereotypical life "drama".

How do you think the plots will continue to progress? Is there anything you could still possibly be excited for? Let me know in the comments below!



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