On Nov. 4, The CW released a sneak peek preview and a set of promotional photos for "Hart of Dixie" season 3 episode 6,"Family Tradition." Spoiler alert: if you don't want to know what’s coming up on the show, stop reading now!
The preview (seen below) shows that AnnaBeth will be placed in an awkward situation when her parents come to visit. When her father asks why the mayor has the key to her house, it's obvious that she hasn't told them that her and Lavon have been dating. Her mother is thrilled and she stuns AnnaBeth when she proclaims, "We could be in-laws to the mayor!" AnnaBeth hisses back, "He has not proposed!"
Zoe sums it up best when she ends the preview with these words of wisdom, "Families are hard – and expensive as proven by my therapy bills!"
The synopsis for this episode reads,
BEING SUPPORTIVE — Zoe (Rachel Bilson) and Joel (guest star Josh Cooke) are ready to find a more permanent place to live and find the perfect place is actually owned by a relative of Zoe’s biological father’s relatives. After tracking the relative down, Zoe is unsure whether she is ready to face her extended family. Due to the success Lemon (Jaime King) and Wade (Wilson Bethel) have had with the Rammer Jammer, Lemon receives an offer that she may not be able to refuse. AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) seems eager for Lavon (Cress Williams) to go out of town, causing him to wonder what she is up to. Meanwhile, George (Scott Porter) and Lynly’s (guest star Antoinette Robertson) connection continues to grow, but George is still reluctant to make a move. Jim Hayman directed the episode written by Dan Steele (#306).
It's going to be a great episode, and you won't want to miss a moment of Bluebell drama, so tune in next Monday night to West Palm Beach Comcast channel 4 (The CW) to see "Hart of Dixie" season 3 episode 6, "Family Tradition."