- Television show
- Running date
- Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere, Charles Esten
- Broadcasting company
- 19659003] CMT
- 19659003] CMT
- Current status
- In the season
We gave him a B +
Y & # 39 ;Alles! Can you believe that this is the last episode of Nashville ? What will we do without weekly visits to the Ville? No more overwhelming drama, emotional rollercoasters, nostalgia from the eyes, tears from Deacon and general loveliness from our favorite country musicians! You should probably write a song about saying goodbye to this show, just put, there is a wealth of material to mine.
Whatever! Like I said, it's the last episode, and the kid, we have many easy goals to cope with pretty much every major character in the series, so let's get started!
As it has become the norm, we have started your day with a breakfast at House Jaymes-Claybourne. It's the morning after the last episode and the girls are upset not to know where their grandfather is. Deacon is everything, not my concern! But considering that Deacon is just the nicest person I've ever met, he certainly will not wash his hands all the time. Just then Bucky is coming up with good news: There has been so much positive interest in Deacon since his last performance that he thinks Deacon should go on tour ̵
It's not just the finale of Nashville it's also the finale of the talent show within the show, Nashville Next. They shake things up for the big showdown. Each artist is assigned a song that is not necessarily his style, and they have to make it work. Daphne is not a fan of her song and her mentor Elsa agrees that it's too mainstream for her. She makes fun of Deacon when she gets a letter from her grandfather, who wishes her luck. Deacon is angry, thinks Grandpa is just trying to manipulate her, but Daphne invites him to the final anyway. So Deacon goes to the old man in his motel, where his father admits that after 28 years in which he did not drink, he drank one or two gulps after his house was destroyed. But, he promises, everything is under control. Deacon is skeptical, to say the least, but his father pushes on and tells him that when Daphne spotted him drinking, the look on her face stopped him forever. He promises he will never hurt Deacon or the girls again. Not convinced, Deacon goes away.
While Daphne is getting ready for the big night, Maddie takes on Twig, who stares at her eagerly, pretending to be a producer. He tells her that she will soon make her own tour and wants to accompany her. I do not blame Maddie for being a little uncomfortable with this proposal. Later, as she talks to Scarlett, her cousin notices that Maddie does not light up when she talks about Twig (or "Branch," as she calls him). Maddie feels she needs to give him a chance, but Scar thinks she should do what she feels right now, be free, and have fun. Oh, to be a teenager!
So Maddie Twig meets a coffee and he can say it's bad news. Maddie thanks Twig for having the courage to tell her the truth when no one else would, and gives him a new pair of super chic headphones, which he recognizes as a consolation prize. She tells him that he deserves to be put in the center of her universe, and she can not bring him there now. He says he would take her as she is, but she thinks he deserves more. It is emotional. There are tears … from Twig. Poor guy, but please do not make separation gifts, okay? (repetition follows on page 2).