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I'm not home right now so I can't verify it, but she called her little angel outside then just as the door was about to close behind everybody going inside, I could have sworn she called her Lemon.
I want Zoe and Wade together soooo much. I just want the writers to make sure it's not another hot, heavy, and done romance. I want more background on Wade. In my HoD fantasies, he's some genius engineer or something that got disillusioned by his work being used for evil instead of good and comes back to Bluebell so he can never be used that way again. Yeah, I know. I need to check my dosage ;-)
I think George is gay and left his lover behind in New York. He's crushing on Zoe because she reminds George of "him." (which I would love btw)
Back to Lemon though - I think she dresses the way she does because she's trying to BE her mother. Seeing how her mother dresses makes me think that when she left, Lemon started wearing the clothes she left behind in her closet. Lemon talked about ho
@C Joon -> XD That would be awesome!! Lemon and Zoe bonding over Lavon's new girlfriend! If only...
I also find George a bit boring, I think his best scenes are with Wade. Love their bromance!
@Kim -> I also heard "little Angel", but I'll go back to see if she calls her Lemon too. Her mother having a mental issue would bring an interesting twist to the story. I at least hope we'll see her again.
And yes, all there is now between Zoe and Wade is sexual tension, but I think it's because she didn't give him a real chance untill now, and he hid behind his sexy douchyness his real attraction (which I don't think is purely physical). His "You made her amazing" and his look was totally swoonworthy and had some depth.
I hope we'll see in the second part of the season that NY and dixie thing aside, they have in fact more in common that they suspect. I'm sure they'll see that past their mutual attraction, there could be genuine affection between them.
@ Kim again: Lemon's mom calls her youngest daughter "little angel", just rewatched the scene.
@ Kim: I agree that Zoe and Wade don't seem to have a lot in common, but to be honest, I'd love to see a couple like that work it out. Getting to know each other, layer by layer and realizing there is more than sexual attraction.
Why would it always have to be Doctors with Lawyers and Bartenders with Strippers? It's fiction and so there's a chance to make this work. Plus, apart from sleeping with a lot of girls, we really don't know all that much about Wade, except that he's head over heels for Zoe and that he can be as sweet as sugar (anyone remember the Gumbo Contest?).
He is funny and caring and has enough confidence to not be offended by her sometimes snobby comments or her questioning his intelligence. I'd say Wade is definitely street smart and he trusts his guts. After all, something Zoe also came to find in Blue Bell.
To sum it up: I think there is hope here!
I think there were some important clues hidden in this episode. Was I the only one who heard Lemon's mother call the little girl Lemon Meringue Pie. Luckily I DVR'd it so I could watch it again because it was hidden under the music some. I think she had a brain injury or has Alzheimer's or schizophrenia. What woman names two of her children the same thing on purpose? I don't think Lemon's mother left of her own volition or maybe she did leave and Brick was treating her without her knowledge so she didn't realize when she lost touch with reality.
I'm a little confused about Brick of the "I'll never share this practice" being away from the office all the time. I see that Tim Matheson probably costs a little more to have on screen than the rest of the actors, but if one of the main conflicts of the show is fear of Zoe losing her practice, then were is the antagonist? You never saw The Joker letting one of his underlings keep an eye on Batman for him.
Another thing - I am totally i
I agree with the review. Lemon is too horrible for me to feel bad for her. Does every episode have to be a morality play?
This was a good episode...
i loved seeing the flash backs.... and does that mean Lemon's Mum has a new husband and child ? i thought so and tbh i felt sorry for Lemon in the scenes she was watching them all......
I am team zade all the way but the way Zoe and Goerge said bye to each other near the end was really sad but i am happy about it too because of wade ofc and now ZADE can begin ;)
Ahh i love LOVE love the Rose andZoe friendship and when she was on stage doing her thing it was so sweet how they showed Zoe watching like she was so prond of her :)
I agree with Dexter Idolizer, and I really enjoyed the show. I found Lemon's backstory interesting. I wish Lemon and Levon would get together. It doesn't make any sense she wouldn't talk to George other than the fact it seems that she and George are together more because of their history (since childhood) and because it's the "appropriate" thing to do rather than because they are soul mates, so to speak. Don't get me wrong, there is love there, but I feel like Lemon and Levon are meant to be. I'm not sure about Zoe. I go back and forth between wanting her with Wade and George, but I've been leaning to Wade more and more. But she and George seem to have had a real connection from day one. Although you can feel Wade's feelings for her. As for Rose, there are Jews is small town Alabama. :) I find her character very likable. I was disappointed Daddy Breland wasn't in this episode. I really like Tim Matheson. I thought Levon's analysis of Lemon's mother was generous but good. I h
REALLY loved this show and the only negative I have is Lemon. Maybe its the actress, mybe because she looks like a mannequin and isn't warm like other actors. IDK but her scenes are borderline cringe worthy. I am completely taken with Zade and Zeorge though. I originally thought I was going to want Zeorge but its obvious Lemon or not that Wade was made for her. She makes him a better man, she is literally making him grow up! Hehelps her let loose and have fun. George and her are way to similar and don't have half the romantic chemistry. Once she goes through her transformation, shell realize Wade is her man. Love Rose but why did they make her Jewish? In small town Alabama?! Oh and I looked it up, Rachel Bilson is Italian too. Its a little obvious the powers that be are Jewish. Just my 2cents
I enjoy every single scene of this show!
the winky-girl hilarious!
I really feel the spark between Zeorge! Zoey is a sweet girl and I see her really liking George even if she isn't showing it all the time! I enjoyed all Rose-Zoey scenes! first off Rose is an amazing actress and singer and she is beautiful and really a character which can be promoted to a series regular. I saw ZOEY accepting there is no future with Georgem and that Wade is a guy who she can love and be loved by him!
Lemon! I loved her rubbing into Zoey's nose that she is marrying George soon! And I love the way she worried about Magnolia. At the end I love all about Lemon, the whole character is so well written! In the past George and Lemon were in a relationship, he said he loved her over the phone. LeLavon have chemistry I really see them! And they are having this great emotional scenes. I didn't see the mother with a second family coming at all. Jaime King is doing an amazing job portraying lemon! Acting between
I loved the episode! The last part had me squealing when Wade asked Zoe and she declined his smile was too cute and the way she looked back symbolizes something. I'm glad her and George came to the conclusion that they wouldn't work out. And Lavon turning down Lemon was heartbreaking but he had to do it and I'm proud of him! They need to bring another love interest in for Lavon. He needs someone other than Lemon riding his coattails. The episode was nice was kind of jumbled but they summed it up okay. Can't wait for next year! Tv fanatic please keep us updated!
Not sure if it was the hat or the mumble-fumble, but what did they do to Lavon in the flash back scenes? He looked like a village idiot. And I agree that it's kinda hard to tell really how far the Lemon-Lavon thing went, and if G&L were together or not at the time.
Most of all I don't get George at all. If he is such a nice guy ( in my mind he just seem like a spinless boor, but..) why is he flirting with Zoe infront of his Lemons beloved town? That makes him an ass in my book. Yee, can anyone guess I'm firmly on team Wade? :) besides I've seen arguments that there is no spark between Lemon and lavon, which may be true, but I really don't buy G-L either. He got spooked over what he became in NY and came home to hide behind the reality he thought he was gonna have,not cos he lööööves her.
I say, kick G out, make Lemon, whom I really really like and Zoe friends, -they can bond in hate over lavons new girlie?
Not one of my favorites, but I liked it well enough. It was a good mid-season finale. Many closures happened this episode, letting things open for the next part in... 7 weeks?!?!?! OMG, that's a long time!
I also found Lemon's backstory interesting and I was happy we learned more about her mother and her relationship with Lavon. Maybe it's because I have a similar story with my dad (he also left and I found out he lived really close by and never came to see us), I could really sympathize with her. I already warmed up to her in previous episodes, I think she's one of the most interesting character of the show.
I think she talks to George about her mother, just not what she learned about her last Christmass, and I think it's understandable. By my calculations, he was already in New York for more than a year and a half, so their relationship must have been already very strained (and seriously, no talking when he's up north?!?). Then, he wasn't there when she really needed him and fo
Just want to say the scene Zoe and Wade Love it, and the eye connection amazing really want them to hook up already
I really liked the episode, especially the Lemon scenes. However, the writers don't need to make me like her because I already do. I think the only episode in which I didn't really like her in was the first one, where you only really see her as this complete bitch to Zoe and as this woman, who obviously had something going on behind her fiance's back. While she is both of those things, she isn't just those things, and I think that the writers are doing a good job with revealing her layers. I would love to see an arc where Lemon finds herself. She always wants to be the person she thinks her mother would be if she were still around--this was fairly obvious tonight when she went to see her mother (Meredith Monroe??? Really? She can't be that much older than the actress that plays Lemon.), who was wearing the same style of dress that Lemon wears. I would love to see her let loose a bit because she is just so proper--we saw a little of that when she helped George and Wade pull a pran
Oh, and when Zoe looked back at Wade, it seemed like she regretted saying no to him to me. But yeah, I was happy that Zoe was definitely feeling something between her and Wade.
Okay, so I saw some obvious spark and interest Zoe's part in the Zoe/Wade scene FOR SURE!!! It was so cute, and I loved how Zoe turned back to watch Wade walk away. She's FINALLY sitting up and taking notice. That was my favorite part of the episode obviously, because those two belong together.
I really liked Lemon's backstory, and that was an interesting twist having her mother have a family. I wasn't expecting that at all tbh. I feel like it did make her more sympathetic and it explains her connection with Lavon too.
I also loved the Wade/George scene when he called George out, I feel like that needed to be said, every word.
Loved it except for the Lemon scenes. I know I'm suppose to care but I can't make myself and I tried. Its so played out...and the actress is so cold. Anyways, loved that she let go of George and finally saw what was right in front of her!!!!!! W A D E!!!!! Oh and why does the actress and character (Rachel/Zoe) only mention being Jewish?!! Rachel is half Italian.....
I actually found Lemon's backstory interesting. It's been hinted (since the very beginning) that her mother left and she had a history with Lavon, so I'm glad that I finally explored how it happened. I may sound ignorant, but I really wasn't expecting Lemon to track down her mother in this episode, nor did I expect her to have a new family. This episode did make me feel more sympathetic towards Lemon though. So the writers did a good job.
As for Zoe, this episode just made it really obvious that there will be a love triangle in future. It's been set in stone from the beginning that it was either her and George or her and Wade. The writers managed to stop the connection between Zoe and George mid-way of the first half of this season, while keeping up the flirtation and continuation of her and Wade, but it's still not good enough to be honest.
Overall, I thought it was a decent way of ending the first half of the season, with no cliffhangers, just a new beginning for some characters.
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