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Can't Get Used to Losing You
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Can't Get Used to Losing You (S04E07) is the seventh episode of season four of "Nashville ... More Can't Get Used to Losing You (S04E07) is the seventh episode of season four of "Nashville (2012)" released on Wed Nov 11, 2015. Over 1,496 TV Time users rated it a 9.12/10 with their favorite characters being Aubrey Peeples as Layla Grant, Hayden Panettiere as Juliette Barnes and Jonathan Jackson as Avery Barkley.
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November 2015

finally!!!!

finally!!!!
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November 2015

Clare bowen aka scarlet her story :

Wanna know why I cut it all off?

When I was four years old, I asked my mother; "Are there heaters in Heaven?"

I had just been diagnosed with end stage nephroblastoma, after several visits to a GP who denied anything was wrong and dubbed my parents "paranoid." I'd overheard the doctors telling my family that the only hope of saving me, was an experimental treatment that might kill me anyway. But without it I had maybe two weeks left. The hospital was cold. I'd never felt air conditioning before.

Life in the White Palace (Granddad’s nickname for hospital) meant I got to grow up surrounded by children just like me. We were mostly bald, all tubed, taped, bandaged up and stitched back together. We were all missing parts, some obvious like eyes or legs, others more hidden, like lungs and kidneys. Those who still could, tip-toed around like little fairies because chemotherapy had destroyed the muscles in our legs and it hurt to put our heels on the floor. But we were all together, so no one's appearance came into question. No one got laughed at or teased. We were all we knew.

And then I got really lucky. I survived, my hair grew back and I got strong again. I look relatively normal on the outside, but on the inside, I am still the same stitched back together little creature, in a world where people are judged so harshly for the way they look. It has always been completely incomprehensible to me. How can people think there's time for that?

I was really inspired when I heard a story about a little girl who said she couldn't be a princess because she didn't have long hair, and I wanted her, and others like her to know that's not what makes a princess, or a warrior, or a superhero. It's not what makes you beautiful either. It's your insides that count… even if you happen to be missing half of them.

Every scar tells a story, every baldhead, every dark circle, every prosthetic limb, and every reflection in a mirror that you might not recognize anymore. Look deeper than skin, hair, nails, and lips. You are who you are in your bones. That is where you have the potential to shine the brightest from. It is where your true beautiful self lives.

Thank you ABC network and particularly our creator, Callie Khouri for letting me change Scarlett's hair, and my team, family and friends for helping me make the decision. If it makes even one person think twice about judging another, then in some small way, the world is better.
Self-esteem takes a lot longer to grow back than hair.

#BeautyWithin

Photo credit - Joseph Llanes Photography

Clare bowen aka scarlet  her story :

Wanna know why I cut it all off?

When I was four years old, I asked my mother; "Are there heaters in Heaven?" 

I had just been diagnosed with end stage nephroblastoma, after several visits to a GP who denied anything was wrong and dubbed my parents "paranoid." I'd overheard the doctors telling my family that the only hope of saving me, was an experimental treatment that might kill me anyway. But without it I had maybe two weeks left. The hospital was cold. I'd never felt air conditioning before. 

Life in the White Palace (Granddad’s nickname for hospital) meant I got to grow up surrounded by children just like me. We were mostly bald, all tubed, taped, bandaged up and stitched back together. We were all missing parts, some obvious like eyes or legs, others more hidden, like lungs and kidneys. Those who still could, tip-toed around like little fairies because chemotherapy had destroyed the muscles in our legs and it hurt to put our heels on the floor. But we were all together, so no one's appearance came into question. No one got laughed at or teased. We were all we knew. 

And then I got really lucky. I survived, my hair grew back and I got strong again. I look relatively normal on the outside, but on the inside, I am still the same stitched back together little creature, in a world where people are judged so harshly for the way they look. It has always been completely incomprehensible to me. How can people think there's time for that? 

I was really inspired when I heard a story about a little girl who said she couldn't be a princess because she didn't have long hair, and I wanted her, and others like her to know that's not what makes a princess, or a warrior, or a superhero. It's not what makes you beautiful either. It's your insides that count… even if you happen to be missing half of them. 

Every scar tells a story, every baldhead, every dark circle, every prosthetic limb, and every reflection in a mirror that you might not recognize anymore. Look deeper than skin, hair, nails, and lips. You are who you are in your bones. That is where you have the potential to shine the brightest from. It is where your true beautiful self lives. 

Thank you ABC network and particularly our creator, Callie Khouri for letting me change Scarlett's hair, and my team, family and friends for helping me make the decision. If it makes even one person think twice about judging another, then in some small way, the world is better. 
Self-esteem takes a lot longer to grow back than hair. 

#BeautyWithin

Photo credit - Joseph Llanes Photography
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November 2015

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November 2015

Woohoo, you go Clare Bowen!!

Woohoo, you go Clare Bowen!!
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November 2015

Layla just made me like Jeff!

Layla just made me like Jeff!
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November 2015

So.. I was about to cry when she did this . Every damn episode I was amazed by her hair. . . Then I saw Clare's post on facebook, and... I changed my mind.. you rule girl. Her heart is a thousand times better than her hair ever was. Plus, she's beautiful either way. #ItsJustHair

So.. I was about to cry when she did this . Every damn episode I was amazed by her hair. . . Then I saw Clare's post on facebook, and... I changed my mind..  you rule girl. Her heart is a thousand times better than her hair ever was.  Plus, she's beautiful either way.  #ItsJustHair
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November 2015

Laila singing and Juliet asking for help while Lailas song was playing in the background just made me cry. It was so sad 😢

Laila singing and Juliet asking for help while Lailas song was playing in the background just made me cry. It was so sad 😢
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November 2015

This was such a great episode. It was so heartfelt and honest. The music was great. Here a list of everything that I just LOVED this episode.
1. I really liked Scarlett's haircut and Clare Bowen tweeted out why she wanted to cut her hair and it was so beautiful.
2. Avery and Will. I loved them leading on each other like they did, just finally letting everything out.
3. Will telling off Gunnar. It needed to be done.
4. Layla. I feel for Layla because she has been though so much for being so young and I just love seeing her and Will's friendship. I think she needs to know that Jeff didn't commit suicide.
5. Bucky and Rayna talking about Deacon buying the bar. It was such a small scene but I loved that scene. I think Bucky was such a good person to weigh in on the matter because he was there for all of it and has an objective opinion on the matter. Because he was right Deacon isn't the same person he was 20 years ago and the their relationship isn't the same as it was 20 years ago or even the same person/relationship that was seen in season 1.
6. Rayna and Deacon. I could honestly see both sides of the small argument they had about the bar. Rayna has the right to be scared and Deacon made some good points too. I just loved Deacon's reaction when him and Frankie were going over the people who they knew at the bar and Frankie said Rayna Jaymes and the sweet moment they had afterwards (even if Rayna still looked so worried when they hugged). I still think that it was a stupid idea for Deacon to buy a bar. Doesn't he realize he is to the Bluebird like Beverly was to the Landslide? But also the Bluebird has a bar and he sang there for years and in season 2 did a bar tour (after just relapsing I might add) and he was just fine.
7. Like New. I loved the new version of Like New, I just wish it was in the show a little longer because there was a whole different feeling to the song than when Deacon preformed it in season 2 because he is in a whole different place now. Deacon/Chip really get to have a lot of fun and rock out in the new version.
8. Finally, Juliette's wake up call. I am so thrilled that Juliette realized she needs help and I can't wait to see what happens with Avery and Juliette moving forward. I hope that Avery finds out next episode that Juliette went to get help and how he is going to handle it. (On a side note I really hope that Hayden is doing well!!!)

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November 2015

I'm gonna miss this jerk

I'm gonna miss this jerk
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November 2015

the song Layla sang at the end really made me cry. her voice was so beautiful and it was so heartfelt. I really wonder what is gonna become of the situation with Jeff's death because the truth has to come out at some point. but I don't think anyone has to know that Luke's son was drunk when he saw them. He could just say he was out on the balcony and saw it. it's not suspicious for someone to be out on a balcony. but the longer he stays quiet the worse it would look.

the song Layla sang at the end really made me cry. her voice was so beautiful and it was so heartfelt. I really wonder what is gonna become of the situation with Jeff's death because the truth has to come out at some point. but I don't think anyone has to know that Luke's son was drunk when he saw them. He could just say he was out on the balcony and saw it. it's not suspicious for someone to be out on a balcony. but the longer he stays quiet the worse it would look.
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November 2015

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November 2015

era só as pontas moço.

era só as pontas moço.
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November 2015

Love these two!

Love these two!
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January 2018

Poor Layla.😢 I hate Jeff's sister for not letting Layla come to the funeral, for throwing her out of Jeff's apartment, for not letting her take anything of Jeff's things, not a single piece of memory. 😠

Poor Layla.😢 I hate Jeff's sister for not letting Layla come to the funeral, for throwing her out of Jeff's apartment, for not letting her take anything of Jeff's things, not a single piece of memory. 😠
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November 2015

So so sorry for Layla! Poor girl...

So so sorry for Layla! Poor girl...
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November 2015

Non mais non mais c est quoi cette coupe 😓😓😓😓

Non mais non mais c est quoi cette coupe 😓😓😓😓
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