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CW 15 Shows - Hart of Dixie

Season three of HART OF DIXIE returns with our favorite Blue Bellian living back in New York City.  Yup, that's right, Dr. Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) decided to give New York another try.  Zoe is working in a big city hospital and dating a successful New York novelist.  Its the life shes always dreamed of. 

Still she can't shake the feeling shes left some unfinished business back in Blue Bell, so Zoe heads South to make amends. Unfortunately, the townsfolk aren't too happy with Dr. Harts decision to move back to New York, so poor Zoe's got her work cut out for her. 

Airs on Fridays at 9 p.m./8c


Season Finale on Friday, May 16 at 8 p.m./7c.



Episode Description

“A Better Man”, 04/25

IN THE MIDDLE " Zoe (Rachel Bilson) finds herself in the middle of Wade (Wilson Bethel) and Vivians (guest star Lauren Bittner) relationship, putting her in an awkward position.  Things between Lavon (Cress Williams) and AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) are getting worse and starting to affect the town.  Lemon (Jaime King) is upset when she receives a less-than-perfect health inspection grade and devises a plan to get it changed.  Meanwhile, George (Scott Porter) needs a distraction and begrudgingly agrees to go on a date with a Bible School teacher.  Tim Matheson also stars.  David Paymer directed the episode written by Jamie Gorenberg (#319).


“Together Again”, 05/02

FIX IT " While Wade (Wilson Bethel) is upset with Zoe (Rachel Bilson) over his relationship issues, she decides to lay low and help George (Scott Porter) out with his problems with Lemon (Jaime King).   Meanwhile Lemon and Wade decide to play hooky from their respective problems.  AnnaBeth (Kaitlyn Black) is excited to introduce her new boyfriend to her parents, until they decide they would rather spend time with Lavon (Cress Williams).  Brick (Tim Matheson) tries to help Wanda (guest star Mallory Moye) and Tom (guest star Ross Philips) cope with infertility issues.  Michael Schutlz directed the episode written by Sheila Lawrence and Dan Steele (#320).