Last night’s episode of Nashville was hard on the heart.
But even in many of the dark moments we saw, there was still hope, and maybe even hope for complete healing of many wounded hearts. If you watched, you know how important this episode is for all of us to see, as it tackled an important issue: suicide.
At the very end of the episode, actor Clare Bowen, who portrays Scarlett O’Connor, deliver a powerful reminder to audiences that help is available by sharing the number of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
Join us in reliving some of the powerful scenes of season six, episode twelve titled “The House That Built Me.”
A Stranger Among Us
Your gut was right: the strange man is Deacon’s estranged father, Gideon. And from Deacon’s reaction, things could be taking a dark turn…
My Father’s Eyes
Scarlett gives Sean the push he needs to go back home and face his trauma with the help of his family.
His breakdown was one of the most intense moments of the entire series, but with the help of his wife and Scarlett, he finds the hope to keep on fighting. Keep fighting, buddy. We’re all with you.
Meanwhile, Brad can’t keep his hands to himself and Alannah knows she must set him straight. We’ve never wanted to throw something at the television so badly…
But she has an ally and and encourager in Avery–thank you for being a real man, and standing with Alannah and womankind, bud. You’re truly the best…
…unlike you, Brad.
My Best Friend’s Girl
Dang, Avery…you really can’t win them all this week…