On Hart of Dixie Season 4 Episode 2, Wade is confused by Zoe's actions, while Zoe tries to figure out what her next step is. Check out all the small town fun by watching Hart of Dixie online!

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Zoe tries to figure out what her next step is with Wade and the baby. She gets advice from Annabeth, Lemon, and Rose before finally revealing the truth to a shocked Wade who has been nothing but confused by Zoe's actions as of late. Lemon and Brick's secrets are revealed to Grandma Bettie, but only Lemon will have to deal with consequences. Unfortunately her secret being revealed came from George and Lavon who were spending time snooping into Henry's life.

Episode Details

On Hart of Dixie Season 4 Episode 2, Zoe sorts out her feelings about her big news, while Wade remains confused by Zoe's actions.


Rating: 4.6 / 5.0 (47 Votes)
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Hart of Dixie Season 4 Episode 2 Quotes

You can't just have a baby in a workplace, Annabeth, because they are needy, and they are noisy, and they are so much work. Okay, you can't just drop a bomb on someone like this because a baby changes everything. Everything!

Zoe

Zoe: I didn't even order a curling iron. I wasn't expecting one at all, but then one just shows up in the mail out of the blue. Bam!
Rose: And you don't like curling irons?
Zoe: I love curling irons. I always figured that one day when my life was settled I would have curly hair. Just not now.
Rose: Well can't you just return the curling iron?
Zoe: Yes I could return the curling iron. It would be a totally valid choice, and I support all people who decide to return their curling irons, but I just kind of want to keep this one because it's the right manufacturer, and I love the manufacturer. A curling iron like this might be hard to come by later. I don't want to regret... Besides I have room for it in my bathroom.
Rose: I see. So you're going to keep the curling iron?
Zoe: Yes. I feel a little overwhelmed, you know, about the idea of having curly hair for the next 18 years and the rest of my life, that's all.