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It’s really uncomfortable, folks. Juliette stalks off. I can totally see why but I think she just showed weakness by leaving. Juliette is a hardscrabble girl who no doubt could have come up with a bitter retort. And I wish she would have but I can see how this works with her character. Juliette plays at being the independent woman a lot of the time but she’s deeply insecure and deeply vulnerable. It’s been stated time and again that a lot of her ragey mom issues are projected onto Rayna so it’s easy to see why she would rather retreat and lick her wounds rather than stick around and fight.
Holy shit, jealousy and fear is a bad look on you, Rayna. You seriously look about ten years older with that sour look on your face.
After Juliette leaves, Rayna snots “That was bad.” I guess that’s her idea of an apology? Deacon makes me love him all over again by defending Juliette to Rayna. It’s like he’s really breaking free of her. It took about four episodes too many but me likey.
Rayna tries to dance around her bad attitude by saying she just doesn’t believe in Juliette’s music, that it’s not authentic. In actuality I think it’s got a lot more to do with the fact Juliette is younger, prettier, has clearly had sex with Deacon and most importantly, doesn’t kiss Rayna’s ass.
Deacon blasts back by telling Rayna to listen to Undermine and maybe rethink her position. He’s almost shaking with anger. And I’m being a totally twit by squealing and clapping my hands. God, I’m such a twelve-year-old sometimes!
So, of course, since Juliette feels like crap she acts out and tries to seduce Tebow. Who among us has never done that? It’s so common it needs its own name (like booty call or hate fuck). And I finally figured out where I knew him from. It had kinda been nagging at me like I knew I’d seen his face before but I figured since he was pretty blandly attractive, he looks like any number of male models. But no! Nashville is not the first time I encountered the actor who plays Tebow (seriously, I really need to learn his name…it’s not nice to keep calling him Tebow). The actor who plays him is also a singer and he was on a terrible show called The Next… (with Joe Jonas, eye roll, please). He wasn’t humiliatingly bad but it wasn’t good enough to earn him a spot on this show. So his audition must have been awesome. OR he blew a producer. Now, don’t judge me for watching something as terrible as The Next…it was my assigned show for Auditiongasm. So, really, I should be thanking Tebow for being so snark-inducing that I got the job. But enough about me. Let’s get to what I think of the show…
Where were we? Oh yeah, Juliette was dry humping on Tebow. Since he’s a Christian and a virgin, he calls a time out. Juliette LOSES it. She starts wailing, accusing him of being gay. Oh, sweets, that is rich. The only reason a guy wouldn’t want to have sex with you is because he’s gay? How sad that she seems to view herself exclusively through her sexual attractiveness filter. She is good enough if the guy wants to bone her, she is worthless if he wants to wait. I weep for female-kind if this is the kind of shit girls think about themselves.
Speaking of girls who think they’re worthless without a man, the action moves onto Scarlett. She pulls up in front of Avery’s house in a cab and tottles her way up the steps.