One of our top requests for the upcoming season of Nashville was a great big serving of Daddy Avery, and it looks like Season 4 is going to deliver! We still hope Avery will have time to make awesome music, but who can resist a rockstar who's also an amazing father to his baby girl?
Is it just us, or is this NOT a great place to bring a baby? With Juliette's career on the move, she seems to be enjoying all life can give her, and that means partying it up. Unfortunately, it's hard to raise a kid between drunken dancing and make-out sessions, so we don't imagine Avery and Cadence will stay for long.
After Juliette breaks down during an appearance on "Live with Kelly and Michael," Avery reaches out to make sure she's okay. He even brings Cadence along. A pretty brave move, considering Juliette nearly beaned the both of them with a snow globe in the season finale.
Pictured here we see, mommy, daddy, baby, and a whole lot of resentment to go around. After Avery's departure with Cadence, and Juliette's decision to run away from all of her post-partum problems, it's easy to see how these three might not make such a happy family anymore.
Rayna James certainly knows how to fly in style. But where is she heading? L.A to meet up with Luke and Juliette and probably have it out over her broken contract? Or perhaps to woo rock artist, Markus Keen, to Highway 65? Either way, we hope at the end of the day she flies right back to Deacon, who is alive and well (shut up, we just want him to be okay!).
Uh oh, Maddie isn't looking too happy here. Is she glum because her biological father bit the dust, or because her adoptive father, Teddy, has gone off to prison for his crimes as mayor? Maybe it's none of the above, and she's still sour that Rayna won't let her sign with a label and become country music's next rising star!
If only Deacon was included in this shot, it would be a perfect family photo. As Rayna and the girls recover from whatever the outcome of Deacon and Beverly's surgeries are, at least we know they're still playing music. Show of hands, who wants to hear a medley by these three lovely ladies?