Hart of Dixie Review: Anything's Possible

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Following the nostalgia of Hart of Dixie Season 3 Episode 20, love was still in the air this week.

When drunk Earl was discovered to be sober, Zoe took him on to help him find love. Just as Annabeth was about to have it all, Lemon's life was set ablaze, ruining the perfect moment. 

On Hart of Dixie Season 3 Episode 21, Lavon tries to booze up a city worker in order to get Bluebell's name more recognition. 

Zoe's Help

First off, in case you missed the amazing news, Hart of Dixie was renewed for a fourth season! That is right, Hart of Dixie Season 4 is happening! Congratulations to both cast and crew of Dixie for their continued success. Also, congratulations to the fans who continued to support Dixie! It's going to be another great season!

Moving on to the episode...

I have to admit, I was very under whelmed with this installment. For an hour that was meant to lead us into the season finale, it seemed too slow. There were very few things that held my interest. 

Usually, I really love Magnolia. I love her sass and the trouble she brings for Brick - but in this episode, she was just unbearable. Not only did she act like a 12-year old, she was mean to Rose. After all of this time, Magnolia is still a stuck up mean girl. I figured they'd ship her off to school and she'd find some kindness. 

That said, I guess Magnolia Breelend wouldn't be herself if she were to be kind. However, Rose is the greatest. After Magnolia bullied her a bit, she still managed to be on her side. What a lovely gal! 

Another thing I wasn't into was Lavon and George's storyline. I could really care less about Lavon and his ridiculous ploys to get Bluebell noticed. Really, though, why does George keep getting sucked into this? Better question: who keeps voting for Lavon?

To top off the nonsense, Davis was going to propose to AB! Seriously? Doesn't it seem a little fast for an engagement? I understanding "knowing when you know," but this proposal seemed a bit rushed. We haven't really had time to process their relationship or fall in love with it yet. Too much, too soon.

Elsewhere, Earl was in love and it was adorable. The one thing that I have loved about Zoe was that she's always believed in Earl when no one else did. She helped fix him up both cleanliness and health. She boosted his spirits and helped him stay sober! 

I'm Earl Kinsella and I have a lot to offer!

You sure do, Earl. You sure do. 

The best part about Earl and his story was that it brought Wade and Zoe back together. For the first time in a very long time, we got a glimpse at how great they are for each other and how well they work. This was the best part for me. 

At this point back in Hart of Dixie Season 2, I never thought that I'd like "Zade" back together - but it's been so long and they've both grown so much, I feel they're ready to be together again. Wade isn't the same guy from Season 2 and Zoe has evolved as well.

Overall, this episode was so-so for me. Most of it was a miss but a couple parts were a hit. One of the most enjoyable moments was seeing Lemon tell off her grandma. It felt so fulfilling to me to see her squirm.

Last week, we were shown a possible rekindling between Zoe/Wade and Lemon/George but we didn't get any of the latter and that disappointed me. The past few episode we've been building for George and Lemon, it didn't feel right to leave it completely out of the picture.

With Wade's depature on the horizon, will Zade come back together again? Or will we the roles be switched and he's gone while Zoe stays in Bluebell over the summer? Even if they don't get back together anything's possible, we still have all of Hart of Dixie Season 4 to look forward to! 

Do you think that Wade will move away?

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Hart of Dixie Season 3 Episode 21 Quotes

I'm feeling things I've never felt before and this time it's not gas


That's the thing Zoe, you and me, we don't do things together