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Hoping it might help the residents of Bluebell accept her as one of their own, Zoe Hart agrees to join Mayor Lavon Hayes on his float during the Founder's Day Parade, but, unfortunately, accidentally crashing the float doesn't exactly help Zoe win over Lemon Breeland and the residents of Bluebell. To make matters worse, the town's golden boy, George Tucker, informs Zoe that contractually she needs to bring in thirty percent of the business or Dr. Brick Breeland will have the option to buy out her half of the medical practice.
Source: The CW
The episode begins with Zoe waking up from a dream, seeing a frog on her bed and then freaking out. Later Lavon and Zoe discuss the fact that, Harley was her father. He then takes her to a bar called the Rammer Jammer. There she gets acquainted with a few townsfolk. On the other hand George tries to explain to Brick how Zoe might prove to be useful. Brick though is skeptical. He further adds “she doesn’t understand our ways”. George though reminds him that he doesn’t have much of choice, so he should rather make the best of it. Brick instead, asks George to comb through the partnership agreement with Harley and find him a way. Wade in the meanwhile walks into the Rammer Jammer and begins chatting with Zoe. ..Read the full recap
Ratings: 1.75 Million Viewers
Trivia: The name "Rammer Jammer" is a reference to a spectators' cheer yelled at University of Alabama football games when Alabama has just won. The cheer goes: "Hey, (opposing team)! Hey, (opposing team)! Hey, (opposing team)! We just beat the hell outta you! Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer Give 'em hell, Alabama!"
Casting: Kaley Miller (Rose Hattenbarger) is no longer credited as a series regular.
Lavon: So, um, Harley was your father? Damn. Did not see that one coming.
Zoe: I know, it's all so surreal. Me being here must be a sign.
Lavon: Hmm, and do you believe in signs?
Zoe: I believe that Harley was my dad, my real dad, and I owe myself the year to figure out who he really was. Walk a mile in his shoes. Which should take me around Bluebell about eleven times.
Wade: So, Doc, hear you're staying in town. You ever need a cup of sugar, anything, I'll be right next door.
Zoe: If that line ever works for you, tell that poor girl to come to my office so I can dispense the penicillin.
Betty: I found out last year.
Zoe: MS? Wow, it's unusual in someone so young. Betty, I'm sorry, that must-
Betty: Suck? Why yes it does. And that pitying look you're giving me right now is exactly why no one here can know about it.
Lemon: Honey, the Belle float has been the highlight of Founder's Day for more than a hundred years and I just cannot let down all of Bluebell.
George: Okay, you know your patriotism to Bluebell is getting a little freakish.
George: I'm just saying. But you know, I have a thing for freaks- at least, I saw a circus once, there was a girl with a tail, I thought it was so hot.
Lemon: Just tell me why. Why'd you do it? Are you just mocking us- are our traditions just a big joke to you? Do you think you're just too good for us here?
Lemon: Then admit it, you are just hell-bent on destroying anything that's important to me- the parade, my engagement party.
Lemon: Then why? Why did you crash your float? Exactly. Everyone, Zoe Hart may be Harley Wilkes' daughter, but she is not him, and I think I speak for everyone when I say, we don't want you here.
Brick: She was so happy that day. The Founder's Parade was her favorite event of the whole season.
Lemon: Every year at this time I think, maybe Mama will come back- if not to see us, then, at least to see the Belle float.
Brick: Sugar, it's twelve years ago she left. You have to start letting go.
Tom Long says to Zoe "Never met a New Yorker before. Do you know Regis?"
is an American media personality.
The Book of Mormon: Dash says to Zoe "You know, I do a theatre trip every April- The Book of Mormon sent me over the moon and back!"
The Book of Mormon is a religious satire musical on Broadway.
Bellevue Hospital Center: Zoe says about her patient "I did a psychiatric rotation at Bellevue- Harley giving her tic-tacs just enabled her."
Bellevue Hospital Center is the oldest public hospital in the United States.
Yellowhammer: Lavon tells Zoe that she can be "Bluebell's very own Alabama yellow hammer."
The Yellowhammer is the state bird of Alabama.
Zoe says "Okay, alright, we don't get ticks in New York City! Kind of like how you guys don't get movies that aren't made by Michael Bay!"
is a movie director who's films include the Transformers series.
Chew: Rose tells Zoe that she saw Frederick Dean reading Chew.
Chew is an Eisner Award-winning American comic book series written by John Layman.
Wade says to Rose "Hey, kid- do I look like iCarly to you?"
is an American teen sitcom.