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    Re: Hart of Dixie (CW)

    I like Shelby and I guess the writers do too so they thought of a way to keep her and came up with Brick. I'm not sure about that one. I'm more concerned about
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    spoilers I've read that have Brick's nephew coming into town as a competitor (he's a doctor) and potential love interest for Zoe. And suggestions of a Lemon-Wade pairing which I wouldn't have minded before Zoe-Wade but which I don't want now. And apparently Ruby is coming back at some point
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    First off, just no to all the spoilers listed above. Ugh.

    Last night's episode could have been better. I find George's mom to be highly annoying and her overactive need for George and Zoe to be together was too much. It's not hard to see they wouldn't be great for each other and people wanting to always push them together is annoying. I wish I could take the accent guy seriously, but every time he came on screen I remembered he was the English, rocker boyfriend for Amanda Bynes' character on What I Like About You. I just could not get that out of my head.
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    So, I think we need an ecomap/relationship genogram to keep it all straight. I've never seen so many pairings happen within the course of only a few episodes.

    I'm enjoying the show and happy that Zoe's fitting in more. But I would like to see Lavon back in his groove. No one liked what's her name anyways!

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    The timing of the show confused me so much that it took me out of the show. Flu is late Fall/winter whereas strawberry season in Alabama starts in late April. So I didn't understand how the two events could be going on concurrently. Especially as it was Christmas two episodes ago so I would think it was still winter in Bluebell? . And I didn't get how they thought closing the town off for two days would "save" them -like the flu wouldn't come through a week later ?
    But I did like the Annabeth -Lavon scenes.
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    The ending of last night's show and the preview for next week's episode are not good. I don't like when jerk Wade is around.
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    That was the most delightfully weird and silly marriage proposal ever. I couldn't help but smile!

    I'm not a Wade/Zoe fan, so I wasn't unhappy (or surprised) by his behavior last night.
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    I am a Wade/Zoe fan so I was unhappy. If they're going to make them break up, fine, but I'd rather it not be because Wade is cheating. And cheating with Cassandra from Antm to boot.

    Zombie wedding proposal? Loved it.
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    I just started watching this (thank you Netflix) and I LOVE it. I'm at the end of season 1. Love Wade!
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    Season 4 starts tonight. I love this show.

    The actor who plays Wade used to be on the Young and the Restless and I hated him. Love him on this show.

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    Re: Hart of Dixie (CW)

    The season premiere aired in December (12/5, I think). They're re-running the premiere tonight. We'll get new episodes starting next week. Not sure why they chose to air one episode and then wait a whole month for a second episode. Seems like a brainless programming decision to me.
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