In episode 3 of “Nashville”, we see Juliette continuing to make the bad decisions that create the chaos in her life. “In “I Don’t Wanna Talk About It Now,” Juliette is battling the new head of her record label, sizing up the label’s up and coming ingénue and alienating the few friends she has. The episode aired Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 9 p.m. on ABC.
Ever since being told the second place contestant on a television singing completion show was going to be then next best thing to sliced bread for the recording label Juliette is signed too, she’s had it in for the new chief of the company. Juliette fires off sarcastic one-liners during a chance meeting at the executive’s office and then confidently turns down his request that she perform at an industry party in favor of a private gig she’s been hired to do for one of Nashville’s power couples.
At that same gig, she refers to Avery, her guitarist and part-time road crew guy as one of the hired help – a conversation he overhears. It leads to a confrontation between the two during which Avery admits thinking they were friends and telling Jules that she shouldn’t treat him that way. She threatens him with termination if he doesn’t stop talking back to her. Recognizing that she does see him as nothing more than a paid employee, he accepts his termination and storms off.
After the command performance, Juliette is trying to find her room for the evening at the mansion where she has just performed when the husband-host of the soiree finds her. He escorts her to her room and before you can say kiss my grits, the two of them are making out in the hallway with the man’s wife somewhere nearby,
Will Juliette ever learn her lesson? We hope not because she keeps the show exciting. Tune in next week on Wednesday, Oct. 16 for the next episode of “Nashville.”
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