Bluebell
Season Four, Episode Ten
Air date March 27, 2015
Written by Leila Gerstein
Directed by David Paymer
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Bluebell is the 10th episode of Season Four and thus 76th overall of Hart of Dixie.

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Zoe and Wade are holding off on their own engagement in the aftermath of Lavon and Lemon's surprise engagement. Brick officially makes Zoe a partner at the medical practice. Meanwhile, the Breelands are trying to put together the perfect engagement party, but run into a few complications. During the party, Lavon finally tells Lemon the truth about the proposal and she leaves, while Zoe goes into labor. Annabeth also gets angry about George assuming that she'd eventually move to Nashville to be with him. She suggests that they break up. Lavon enlists Brick and George to help him plan a real proposal. Before he can do so, everyone meets up at the hospital to support Zoe and Wade, who then decide to get married as soon as possible. George tells Annabeth that he loves her and they agree to try to make it work. Not caring about the perfect moment, Lavon proposes to Lemon on the side of the road. Zoe and Wade say their vows on the way to the delivery room, welcoming their son into the world shortly after. In a musical flash-forward, Lemon and Lavon get married with the whole town present and George and Annabeth are shown settling down together.

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  • After telling Lemon that she would not ruin another one of Lemon's moments in the spotlight, Zoe's water breaks on Lemon's foot.

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