Hart of Dixie Recap: “I Run To You”

Ladies and gents, George Tucker is back in the dating game with Lynly but still keeping it from Lavon to save each other from a potential beating. Lavon and AnnaBeth haven’t seen each other in a while and he’s slightly avoiding AB. To catch up on why these situations from Hart of Dixie are happening click HERE!

AnnaBeth has a new hobby these days, she’s making jam to occupy her time from Lavon avoiding her and Zoe Hart is trying her hardest to separate Wade from Joel. Zoe gets a call from Joel’s agent about how he hasn’t answered his call and that his first three chapters were past due. Now stuck in a rut, Joel seems to have lost his creativity and has writer’s block.

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Lavon is struggling with AnnaBeth’s ultimatum, even though she stated, “This is not an ultimatum”, guys…so simple minded. He decides to put all his energy into the BlueBell race to beat Fillmore in the competitions. His secret weapon this year, none other than sweet cousin Lynly. As the day before the race comes, Lynly and George seem to have some fun together causing her to injure her knee. As Lavon comforts her she spills the beans on her relationship. Watch out GT!

Lavon goes to Tucker’s house boat he gives him an ultimatum, stop dating Lynly or be out of the race! George tells him that he can’t tell him who to date and thus goodbye George Tucker from the competition. Lynly and George discuss their situation and of course Lynly gets all worked up and happy that he quit the games for her, and so their new relationship begins. The day of the races comes and Lavon is without his secret weapon, no GT and no hope. This is when George goes up to Lavon, tells him what he and Lynly is true and if he wants he can help him out. The races begin and who brings in the win for BlueBell, none other than George Tucker!

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Zoe on the other hand gets all worked up as Tom tells her she could be the one to destroy Joel’s writing career. Being the great girlfriend she is, Zoe decides to turn part of the Rammer Jammer into the old cafe Joel wrote his first book at back in New York to get the creative juices flowing. Unfortunately Joel just doesn’t have it in him and tells her he might as well call his agent and let them know he can’t do it.

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But he can, and he will now that Wade has told him to just chill and let the inspiration come when he least expects it, one way which Zoe is not happy with. As Wade gives his house keys to Joel to be a free spirit, the adventure begins. Zoe wakes up the next morning, Joel is no where to be found until Wade gets a text from his ex-brothers-in-laws with a picture of Joel’s hand tied up, he’s been kidnapped! The two go off to get Joel back and of course some time together with Zoe lets Wade bring up the fact that she still has feelings for him. Now at the Truitt residence Zoe wants her man back! With a little negotiating, the brothers helping Wade out at the bar, Joel is free and loving life. Once released he gets back to his laptop to write all of his adventure down.

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Back with Lavon and AnnaBeth, Lavon offers a space for her back at his place for all her “jam”. The two love birds are back together and making me oh-so happy! Joel is fully immersed in his novel and Lynly and George have gone public. All this time has made us forget about dear Lemon and Dr. Brick. Lemon has been so determined to find out who bought Fancys soon realizes that she might not have wanted to know. As soon as she finds out she heads over to her pops and brings Brick in to see who the buyer was. Things get intense when we see Brick’s old flame Shelby setting up shop in her new restaurant and lo and behold a baby bump! Brick is going to be a dad?!

Can’t wait for next’s week baby news and did Wade and Zoe kiss in the preview?! Come back next week for another Hart of Dixie Recap!

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  1. Pingback: Hart of Dixie Recap: “Miracles” – Midseason Finale « La Vida Liz

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