Nobody Said It Was Going to Be Easy – Rayna is nominated for several CMA Awards, but she and Luke are rivals in the top category. Meanwhile, Juliette invites Avery to be involved in her life as her baby’s father; a backup singer helps Deacon; and Gunnar asks Scarlett for advice.
Road Happy – Juliette worries about filming a sex scene while trying to hide her pregnancy. Elsewhere, the extra fame Rayna’s gained as Luke’s fiancée has a negative effect on her kids; Kiley plans to leave town; and a homeless man makes an impact on Scarlett.
I Feel Sorry For Me – Rayna wants Sadie to sign to her label and entices her with a girls’ day out. Juliette is unable to hide her pregnancy symptoms any longer.
I Can’t Get Over You to Save My Life – Juliette works to hide the secret that could prevent her from getting a movie role.
How Far Down Can I Go – Rayna pursues new publicity opportunities to promote her album and record label.
That’s Me Without You – Rayna must choose between two men and two directions her life could take.
On the Other Hand – In the second-season finale, Teddy helps Rayna plan a free concert to spotlight her Highway 65 debut. Meanwhile, Deacon’s pals perform at a benefit concert for his favorite charity; and Juliette goes missing when Avery prepares to serenade her.
All or Nothing With Me – Rayna hosts a charity concert at a military base after she learns Luke was injured in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Deacon and Maddie grow closer; Teddy thinks he’s losing his family; and Jeff upsets Juliette by threatening to tell Avery the truth.
Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad – After Scarlett’s breakdown, everyone is blaming one another. Juliette turns to Avery for help but is concerned when she see’s he’s fixated on Scarlett.
On The Record – Cast members perform songs from the show and songwriters discuss the writing process. Among those performing: Hayden Panettiere; Charles Esten; Clare Bowen; and Sam Palladio.