Lots of loose ends were tied up in this week’s episode of “Nashville” on ABC.
After last week’s performance by Rayna and Juliette, Rayna’s new album will indeed be released by her label, the duet’s a big single, and that joint tour’s going to happen.
Scarlet gets a tip about The Epic Fails needing a new singer from Haley. This leads to Gunnar breaking up with Haley. So Gunnar walks up to Scarlet and kisses on her. This Scarlet seems too sweet and innocent to actually be a real person. They received an offer for one of their songs at the end of the episode.
Dominick King (played by Wyclef Jean) liked the sound of Avery’s band, and that they stuck together since junior high. He is so impressed, he flies Avery to Atlanta and tells him he wants to make Avery a solo star.
Meanwhile Juliette sang at church, to impress Shaun Butler. Mrs. Butler is not too impressed with the tabloid star, however, and warns her she won’t become a Butler. Deacon (who was offered a spot on tour with the Rebel Kings) later delivers a letter to her from her mother, to her consternation. She responds to all of this, as any rational person would, by proposing to him.
Oh, and the photos of Teddy and Peggy got out, and when Teddy blew her off at the campaign office, she went home and OD’d on sleeping pills. Whoops.
They said this was the midseason finale of the show. I’m not sure what that means, other than there won’t be a new episode until Jan. 9. Also, I saw that a soundtrack to this show is coming out soon, so watch for that if you’re so inclined.