While the big news in the story was whether or not Rayna could still sing, another story line involving Avery and Gunnar caught our attention when episode 5, “Don’t Open That Door” aired on “Nashville” Monday, Oct. 23 at 9 p.m.
Gunnar and Avery, who both can claim a failed relationship with rising star Scarlett, have been at odds throughout season 1 and coming into season 2. However, both have had to grow up quite a bit and last week we saw Avery make some suggestions to Gunnar about his career choices and Gunnar didn’t punch him. That’s progress, right?
This week, their scene opened with the two of them jamming on their guitars and singing a wonderfully balanced and harmonic song. Avery convinced Gunnar it would sound even better if they added a female voice and he suggested Zoey, Scarlett’s best friend. The three meet up and redo the number. Afterward, Gunnar and Zoey click and end up having sex together despite the awkwardness of the situation. We’re wondering if this going to bite Gunnar in the backside.
Meanwhile, Juliette has been doing a little growing up of her own. She seeks out Avery to apologize for the way she treated him and for firing him. She asks him to come back to work for her and he politely declines as he has other plans.
Will Avery and Gunnar throw in their lots together and take the music world by storm or will they move on. We certainly hope that number was not their only pairing as they made some beautiful music together.
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