Nashville Notes: "That's the Way Love Goes"

By Rose Curiel | Mar 4th, 2015

Welcome to the highlights for the "That's the Way Love Goes" episode of Nashville. Be warned, we're talking about details from the episode so don't continue if you don't want to get spoiled. Enjoy, y'all!

Performance of the Week: It’s the 10th anniversary of Rayna’s induction into the Grand Ole Opry and she invites her daughters and Deacon to join her in celebrating her big night. Maddie and Daphne make their Opry debut accompanied by Deacon on guitar! It’s definitely a moment to remember.

Performance of the Week… Pt.2: Okay, okay, we’ll admit we just couldn’t make up our mind this week. There were so many incredible performances! We just had to mention this long-awaited moment as well. After her daughters’ time in the spotlight, Rayna invites Deacon to return to the stage—this time to sing with her.

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Meet The Triple XXX: Scarlett meets up with Deacon’s doctor for a date. They go out for a romantic fireside dinner date, which Scarlett quickly botches by talking about cancer—and only cancer. She later apologizes to Caleb and asks for a second chance, inviting him as her date to the Rascal Flatts concert where she, Gunnar and Avery are opening up for the band.

Just What the Doctor Ordered: After Scarlett, Gunnar and Avery nail their performance, Rascal Flatts asks them to continue touring with them. In the midst of celebrating, Dr. Rand kisses Scarlett in front of Gunnar, who doesn’t look too happy about his ex’s developing romance.

Grab Some Tissues: When her historic night at the Opry wraps and Deacon is nowhere to be found, a hurt Rayna shows up at his house and says, “Please don’t leave me anymore.” It’s then that Deacon finally decides to tell Rayna about his cancer diagnosis, causing an emotional Rayna to slap him before breaking down in his arms.

For a detailed recap of "That's the Way Love Goes" click here. And watch Nashville WEDNESDAYS 10|9c!

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