'Nashville' Season 2 Episode 16 'Guilty Street' Spoilers/Sneak Preview: Is Avery Getting Insecure About Juliette's Success? [VIDEO]
By nidhi tewari | February 27, 2014 6:36 PM EST
"Nashville" is back on ABC and so is the excitement surrounded by it. The Season 2 Episode 15 "They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore" aired on Wednesday night on ABC and saw Juliette's life change as she lands in Los Angeles to kick off her new career while all Rayna does is mourn over her dad's death, get drunk and lose her temper. The fans of the most loved television show must be excited to know what happens next on the show. Well here is the sneak peak to Season 2 Episode 16, which is titled "Guilty Street."
The episode shows the gorgeous and excited Juliette who is basking in the glory of success. Major record labels are reportedly trying their best to sign the great Juliette Barnes. This comes as a surprise for Avery who is happy by her success but realises he can barely afford to take her out for a fancy eating out! Is he already becoming insecure of Juliette's success?
Rayna is seeing a major fall in her career and personal life. Her financial troubles continue. Tandy's checks are being bounced for Highway 65 and it affects Rayna's ability to hire new artists for her label.
The episode shows Deacon running into an old pal Ruth Bennett (Charlotte Ross) at an AA meeting, and Scarlett becomes more trapped with Liam. Look at the video of the next episode below and tell us what you think will happen next?
Do you think Juliette is getting one step closer to signing Rayna's label? Are there any chances that Rayna will get her late father's money to ease out her financial troubles? Who knows Juliette might invest some of her own money into the label when and if she joins Rayna? What are your views?
"Guilty Street" is written by Sibyl Gardner and directed by David Grossman. This episode is slated to air on Wednesday, March 5 at 10PM ET. Till then be content with the photographs of the next episode here and watch the video clip below.
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