Nashville Recap 5/6/15 – ‘Is the Better Part Over’ – Season 3 Ep.21

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Nashville continues to keep us coming back for more. The dramatic television series is in its third season and we are still glued to our television sets. Last week we saw Juliette Barnes return to the top with a rooftop performance making front page headlines. Avery joined Juliette in the performance because he knows how much it means to her.

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Meanwhile, Deacon finds his daughter in bed with her boyfriend and he is beside himself. We learn that she did not sleep with him and when she and Deacon have a father/daughter talk, they work it out. We also saw Rayna travel to see Deacon’s sister, with the hopes of convincing her to be a liver donor for her brother. Short of begging, Rayna gives her a check for $1 million. This week we will see if she decides to cash the check and help out her brother or if she will continue to hold Rayna responsible for her life and the fact that she never made it big.

Scarlett and Gunnar continued to play their game of cat and mouse. Gunnar is jealous of Scarlett’s new relationship but will not admit it and insteads acts like a heartbroken school boy.

We have the complete recap of the last episode of Nashville here.
On this week’s episode of Nashville, we will see Juliette back in the news – and back to feeling like her old self — following her rooftop performance high above Highway 65, but while she enjoys the attention, her team has growing concerns that she may be suffering from postpartum depression. Meanwhile, Will is surprised with an unexpected visit from his father, and learns his private life is about to become public when a tabloid obtains photos of Will and Kevin together. With Deacon’s cancer diagnosis no longer a secret, he and Rayna grapple with the future and the real possibility that their time together will be cut short.

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