Anyway, here’s Magnolia and Wade working on a song for George’s MOTY award party.
Dr. Brick puts on his overprotective father coat and rescues Magnolia from the “scummy” Wade. Obviously Dr. Brick isn’t a flannel fan.
I must admit that Magnolia does look young and innocent. I’m liking the pink/purple color play that Magnolia’s workin’. It’s more age-appropriate than the Panama City “Sailor wanna hump-hump” bar outfit she had on before. Good thinking.
At least one of the Breeland sisters is thinking. I’m trying to read Lemon’s thoughts:
A) “I’m so superficially attractive in this Lemon-colored dress that it’s giving me cramps.”
B) “Why can’t I ever wear black, and that stupid Zoe gets to in every other scene?”
C) “How did that show Lost end again? They were all dead or something?”
Lavon, in a crisp and laid-back cream blazer responds, “Yes Lemon, they were all dead… or something like that… actually, I have no idea either… but I love you like Jack loved Kate. Do you love my chambray shirt and linen jacket?”
You know who’s not feeling the love? Zoe, who’s had enough of her jerk father. She wants to legally change her last name, and I particularly liked the “Zoe Bon Jovi” idea. Seems that she’s already started dressing like a musician, what with the red leggings and glitz trim. Rock on.
But the music biz is tough. Why, at the MOTY awards that night, a drunk Wade can’t bring himself to sing a song about his friend George. Is it jealousy, or is he simply mad at himself that nobody’s taking him seriously?
Either way, his Kings of Leon inspired black leather jacket is very rock-n-roll. Zoe Bon Jovi would approve.
Wade’s musical number was a bomb, so onto the next bit! Is this the return of Leroxy?! No… it’s just Lemon and her fellow Belles putting on a show during the MOTYs. She looks like the Southern Belle version of Minnie Mouse, which is very much a compliment in my book. I mean, do you have any idea how hard that is to pull off?
However, tragedy strikes backstage, as George’s dad has a heart attack. Even during a time of drama, Lemon still manages to be a fashionista in her brown trench coat. Good call. This is not a time for Southern Minnie Mouse.
Nor is it a time for grudges. Zoe proves how much she’s come to love her small-town neighbors and calls her surgeon father to come down and operate on George’s father. I’m distracted, though, by her interesting necklace. What is that on the end? Whatever it is, me likes.
Until next time, errbody!