‘Hart of Dixie’ Spoilers: Season 3 Episode 8 ‘Miracles’

On Hart of Dixie, things did not get off to a good start between Zoe and her extended family, which is understandable considering she crashed a child’s birthday party and lied about who she was. But it looks like Zoe might get another chance to make a good impression or she might make things even worse.

The CW has released the photos and official description for the eighth episode of season three, which will air on Nov. 25. In “Miracles,” after treating her uncle, Zoe invites him to a Hanukkah celebration. That seems like a nice gesture, but Vivian disagrees. Any guesses why the invitation rubs Zoe’s cousin the wrong way?

Elsewhere, Wade is suffering from a toothache and doesn’t want to go to the dentist. We can understand why dental offices can be terrifying, but there’s probably more to this fear than meets the eye, especially since Tansy is the one who helps him out. We’re guessing his ex might know him better than anyone else and see what’s really bothering him.

Check out the full episode description provided by The CW as well as the photo gallery and then hit the comments and share your thoughts with us. Are you looking forward to this episode?

“THE VOICE WINNER DANEILLE BRADBURY PERFORMS — When Zoe (Rachel Bilson) finds herself treating her uncle, she takes a chance and invites him to the Hanukkah celebration that she is hosting. However, this lands her in trouble once again with Vivian Wilkes (guest star Lauren Bittner). Lemon (Jaime King) enlists George (Scott Porter) and Lynly (guest star Antoinette Robertson) to help uncover crucial information about one of Brick’s (Tim Matheson) exes before he does anything rash. Meanwhile, Wade (Wilson Bethel) has a horrible toothache but refuses to go to the dentist, until Tansy (guest star Mircea Monroe) intervenes and helps him to open his eyes to his future. Cress Williams also stars.  David Paymer directed the episode written Leila Gerstein.”

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Hart of Dixie airs Mondays at 8/7c on The CW. “Miracles” will air on Nov. 25.

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