‘Hart of Dixie’ Recap: Season 3, Episode 9 - 'Something to Talk About'

By Freda Eang,

With Tansy back in Bluebell and the new relationship blossoming between Vivian and Wade, Lindley and Zoe respectively have lots to worry about, especially Zoe. After spending the last few weeks with her father’s side of the family, Zoe has become quite close with her cousin Vivian, which is why she’s worried that Wade’s involvement with her cousin can lead to a complete disaster. After all, she’s dated the guy and if she couldn’t change him, how could her cousin, right? No, Zoe isn’t the jealous green-eyed monster that many believes she is. She’s just watching out for her newly divorced single parent cousin, which is why she eventually gives the two her blessings, but who knows how the relationship will turn out. After all, we all know that Zoe secretly is still in love with Wade and that is why it’s so hard for her to see him with someone else.

Onwards to the rest of the citizens in Bluebell. Shelby asks Brick to accompany her to the child birthing class she signs up for because she can’t handle being there by herself. Brick feels sorry for Shelby, so he agrees to go with her, which leads to a huge misunderstanding that results in Shelby moving into Brick’s house. Meanwhile, Lavon and George meet up with a few representatives of Fillmore and go against the merger that is trying to happen from the civil servant. The idea of Bluebell merging with Fillmore is a nightmare for Lavon and George, so after much consideration, they enlist the help of Tansy to stop the merger from happening due to her relationship with someone in Fillmore. Although the group tries to keep the news about the merger under wraps, Dash gets wind about the merger and the entire town gets nervous about their town becoming Bluemore.

By episode's end, the fate of Bluebell has not been revealed, so we’ll have to just wait and see if our favorite Bluebell townies get their hands on some evidence to take Fillmore down.

Hart of Dixie airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on the CW.

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