Hart of Dixie Season 4 Recap: Alabama Boys

By April Lara | 3 years ago
Hart of Dixie Season 4 Recap: Alabama Boys
PHOTOGRAPH: Warner Bros. Television, The CW |

Wade and Zoe’s baby’s gender has been revealed and Lemon had some mommy issues in “Hart of Dixie” Season 4, Episode 6 “Alabama Boys.” Oh and there’s the whole Annabeth-George storyline developing as well. Things in the south are going pretty well so far. Read on for the full recap.

Lemon’s mom abandoned the family and this had a huge effect on Lemon as well as on the whole family. It was until Lemon saw Brick talking to Alice. On a lighter note, Annabeth finally gave Lemon the permission to pursue Lavon because Annabeth now has feelings for George.

Annabeth made it clear to George that he’s completely over Lavon, but George at first couldn’t believe it. Annabeth told him that she knew she was over Lavon when she saw George with Tansy. She couldn’t stop but want to murder him that moment. Their banter was so cute that it makes their storyline enjoyable.

In other news, Wade and Zoe are having a baby boy! The two are getting panicky in regards with raising their son. The two didn’t have such great parents when growing up, but we know that they are going to do great. There’s the pressure of wanting to become the best parents, but it will definitely come out naturally once the baby is born. I think Wade and Zoe are going to be the coolest parents ever!

What did you think of this episode? How do you see the Annabeth-George relationship? How about Lemon’s mommy issues and his feelings for Lavon? Do you think Zoe and Wade are going to be awesome parents? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.