Review: ‘Hart of Dixie’: Lemon Fresh »http://www.popcultureinterruption.com/2014/03/22/review-hart-of-dixie-lemon-fresh/
It kind of works out well that this is the first episode I’ve had a chance to review since October, because it means no one has to listen to me whine about how horrible Lynley was (she was really fucking terrible, guys) or how much I missed Lemon while Jaime King was away on maternity leave. If you’d have told me last season that I’d miss Lemon freaking Breeland that much, I’d have laughed you off the face of the planet, and probably all the other planets too. Lemon has come a long way from the stuck up cardboard cut out of the stereotypical southern Belle that she was in Season 1.
She’s a fully-fledged character who became more fleshed out as her friendship with Wade became an actual living, breathing entity. She’ll always be a pain in the ass, but she’s now a welcome pain. She’s funny, she’s likable, and those long months without her scheming in Bluebell felt like the longest drought imaginable. It makes sense that my last review of the season dealt with the power of the Wade and Lemon friendship, because it has become a stabilizing force on the series. There’s not much else that pairs better than Lemon’s uptight insanity mixed with Wade’s laid back attitude, so when she called Wade to have him pick her up from jail, it made perfect sense.
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