New characters will cause all the drama in “Nashville” Season 4, episode 13. In the last installment of the ABC drama, Luke reconnected with Riff (Steve Kazee), a former country star, while Deacon (Charles Esten) met Vita (Jeananne Goossen), a singer with a dark past. It seems both of the artists will clash with their co-workers in the next episode.
“Luke and Riff are excitedly planning their upcoming tour, but Luke soon realizes he may have moved too quickly in the decision to have Riff on the road again,” the synopsis teases. Riff left the spotlight to become a family man. He agreed to join Luke’s tour if his family could come, but being surrounded by a tight-knit group might only make Luke miss his kids even more. Will Luke kick his friend off the tour?
Elsewhere in episode 13, titled “If I Could Do It All Again,” Deacon will still try to help Vita. “Deacon and Frankie [Mark Collie] clash about Vita, with Frankie making a damaging decision that could change everything,” the synopsis says. That sounds rather ominous for a decision that’s simply about firing a waitress. Five hundred dollars was missing from the till at the Beverly after Vita’s first shift. Frankie assumed Vita stole it, but she might have an excuse.
Frankie’s “damaging decision” might have something to do with the crime scene by Vita’s car. In the trailer for “Nashville” episode 13, Rayna (Connie Britton) finds the police investigating near the homeless singer’s vehicle.
Watch the promo video for “Nashville” Season 4, episode 13 below:
Rayna will still be trying to sign Vita, but she’ll also focus on her other artist. Layla (Audrey Peeples) will continue working with Avery (Jonathan Jackson) and try to hide her ulterior motives. Meanwhile, the Exes will be putting out a single, but will the song choice cause some drama between Gunnar (Sam Palladio) and Scarlett (Clare Bowen)?
“Nashville” Season 4, episode 13 airs Wednesday, March 30, at 10 p.m. EDT on ABC.