When Zoe finds herself treating her uncle, she takes a chance and invites him to the Hanukkah celebration that she is hosting.
Zoe begins to grow leery of how much time Joel and Wade hang out, especially when it begins to interfere with Joel’s writing.
Zoe and Joel are ready to find a more permanent place to live and find the perfect place is actually owned by a relative of Zoe’s biological father’s relatives.
Zoe is blissfully happy when she sees how well Joel is adjusting to BlueBell, until, she learns the townspeople might have a different opinion of him.
After Lemon’s fallout with the Belles, she is blacklisted from the Junior League Halloween Masquerade party.
Trying to avoid a confrontation with Brick, Zoe begins discreetly seeing patients in BlueBell again. But her plan goes awry when George informs her she has a non-compete clause in her contract that prevents her from practicing for a year in the town. Lavon is thrilled at the chance to bring a minor league baseball team to BlueBell, but needs Brick's help to woo the team's owner. Elsewhere, Lemon finds herself in hot water with the Belles after she tries to overthrow the current leader. Meanwhile, George finds himself needing medical attention during a tutoring session with Lynly (recurring guest star Antoinette Robertson), forcing him to call Zoe for help. The Head And The Heart performs.
Trying to be hospitable to Joel (recurring guest star Josh Cooke), who is visiting BlueBell, Lavon and AnnaBeth invite him and Zoe over for a quiet dinner, but when Lemon meets Alabama's most eligible bachelor, Carter Covington (guest star Ryan McPartlin – Chuck), she invites herself and Carter along to the soiree. When some unexpected guests show up to the party, however, Lemon's ruse with Wade risks being exposed. Meanwhile, George makes a bad decision involving Lynly (recurring guest star Antoinette Robertson – Zero Hour), which could ultimately ruin his friendship with Lavon.
In the third season premiere, after spending the summer in New York City, Zoe is ready to make her move more permanent, but first she must return to BlueBell for one last thing. Upon her return, Zoe discovers that no one in town is very happy to see her, except for Lavon. Desperate for Brick to give her a good reference, she agrees to help him track down George and get him to resurrect the Founders Day parade that has been canceled. Needing to find George quickly, Zoe enlists Lemon's help, but accidentally discovers Lemon is hiding a dirty little secret. Meanwhile, Lemon devises a plan to help Wade save face in front of Zoe. Recurring guest star Josh Cooke (Dexter) appears as Joel.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. The doctor is in! Rachel Bilson continues her starring role in season three of Hart of Dixie as the medically astute, romantically challenged New York surgeon Dr. Zoe Hart, who is starting to adjust to life as a general practitioner in BlueBell, Alabama.
After having a rough time in BlueBell, Zoe decides a little time in New York City might be the perfect opportunity to give her some perspective.
Zoe's attempts at online dating hit a few snags until Rose and Max take matters into their own hands and play matchmaker.
After Zoe tricks Jonah into spilling a secret about Brick, she unintentionally makes things worse for Brick in his love life.
George and Zoe refuse to play Romeo and Juliet in the community theater, but eventually agree just to prove to everyone that they are over each other.
Lavon's big plan to make BlueBell a Spring Break destination hit a roadblock when the competing town tries to lure the partiers away.
Zoe tries to keep her feelings about Wade under control, causing her to become overly protective when it comes to Rose and her boyfriend.
With the sudden nuptials of Wanda in BlueBell, Zoe agrees to be maid of honor, which entails the difficult job of watching Wanda's mother, Betsy.