Rayna Jaymes

SEASON 5

Connie Britton-Rayna Jaymes- Nashville CMT- Season 5

Why Rayna Jaymes is What Makes Nashville Important – It’s time we talk about the importance of Connie Britton’s Rayna Jaymes as a feminist icon (Editor : Characters: Rayna) 

Season 4

Maddie’s Story Is Really About Rayna – Thoughts on Maddie, Rayna and their relationship   (Editor: Characters: Rayna, MaddieDeacon)

3 Sides To A Nashville Proposal – Thoughts on Rayna and Deacon’s relationship  (Editor: Characters: Rayna, Deacon)

It’s (Almost) All About The Hair – Thoughts on the relation between hair and female characters on Nashville (Editor: Characters: Rayna, Juliette, Scarlett)

Three Songs and The Truth – Thoughts on Nashville Season 4.05 ‘Stop the World (And Let Me Off) (Editor: Characters: Rayna, Layla, Juliette, Maddie, Luke, Will)

SEASON 3

CONNIE BRITTON“Show Me The Way” – Thoughts about Nashville Season 3 Episode 19 ‘The Storm Has Just Begun’ Closing Scene (Editor/Characters: Rayna, Deacon, Maddie and Juliette)

CONNIE BRITTON AND CHARLES ESTEN AND LENNON AND MAISY STELLA“Are You Ready For This?”  Thoughts on Rayna and Deacon on Season 3 Episode 16 ‘Can’t Keep Away from You’ (Guest Writer/Characters: Rayna and Deacon)

CONNIE BRITTON AND CHARLES ESTENA Watershed Moment Takes Nashville Home Thoughts on “The Rivers Between Us” Season 3 Episode 15 ‘That’s the Way Love Goes’ (Guest Writer/Characters: Rayna and Deacon)

CHARLES ESTENChristmas, Rayna, Deacon and the Truth 3 Thoughts on Rayna and Rayna and Deacons’ relationship on Season 3, Episode 9 ‘ Two Sides to Every Story’ (Editor/Characters: Rayna, Deacon, Luke)

CONNIE BRITTON“You Gave Then Us”  Thoughts on Rayna and Deacon’s ‘Us’. Season 3, Episode 9 ‘Two Sides to Every Story’ (Guest Writer/Characters: Rayna and Deacon)

CONNIE BRITTON“Plenty of Sunshine for All of Us”  Thoughts on Rayna’s CMA’s acceptance speech. Season 3 Episode 8 ‘You’re Looking at Country’ (Guest Writer/Character: Rayna)

CONNIE BRITTON6 Lessons We Learned from the CMA’s  Thoughts on The CMA’s Awards. Season 3, Episode 8 ‘You’re Looking at Country’ (Editor/ Characters: Rayna, Luke, Juliette, Avery, Gunnar, Will, Layla)

CONNIE BRITTONThe CMA’s Love/Hate Fest Love Connections on Season 3, Episode 8 ‘You’re Looking at Country’ (Guest Writer/Characters: Rayna, Deacon, Luke, Avery, Juliette)

CONNIE BRITTON AND WILL CHASEThe First Last Dance Thoughts on Rayna and Luke’s Dance Scene after The Rolling Stones Interview. Season 3, Episode 7 ‘I’m Coming Home to You’ (Editor/Characters: Rayna and Luke)

The Texting Solution Thoughts about Juliette’s decision to text Avery important news (Editor/Characters: Rayna, Deacon, LukeJulietteWill, Layla)

CONNIE BRITTONChoose Highway 65 Choose Me Thoughts on Rayna’s Speech to Sadie Stone about Signing with her Label Highway 65. Season 3, Episode 4 ‘I Feel Sorry for Me’ (Guest Writer/Character: Rayna)

CONNIE BRITTONBonding Over Pregnancy  Thoughts on Rayna and Juliette’s relationship. Season 3, Episode 3 ‘I Can’t Get Over You to Save My Life’ (Guest Writer: Characters: Rayna and Juliette)

Season 2

CONNIE BRITTON“Thank You for Letting Me Live”  Thoughts on Rayna’s journey during season 2 and the dilemma she’s facing. Season 2, Episode 22 ‘On the Other Hand’ (Editor/Character: Rayna)

CONNIE BRITTON AND LENNON STELLAA Life That’s Good How one song tells an entire story. Season 2, Episodes 4, 9, 21 (Editor: Characters: Rayna, Deacon, Maddie and Daphne)


CONNIE BRITTON AND CHARLES ESTENIs it Too Complicated? Thoughts on Rayna and Deacon’s relationship on Season 2 and our hopes for them. Episodes 1-16 (Editor/Characters: Rayna and Deacon)

Rayna-leaving Edgehill-Nashville 210The Worth of a Woman  The difference between girls and women and why Rayna left Edgehill? Season 2, Episode 10 ‘Tomorrow Never Comes’ (Editor/Characters: Rayna and Juliette)

CONNIE BRITTONAfter the Crash: Understatement As a Necessity  Thoughts on the way Rayna manage a crisis in her life. Season 2, Episode 2 ‘Never No More’ (Editor/Character: Rayna)

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