Zoe and Wade are moving ever closer to being a functioning couple on “Hart of Dixie” season 2, and it has been interesting the past few weeks to see the development of what was at one point a very childish relationship into something more adult. But can it actually last, and can Wade really become the sort of person that Zoe wants him to be? These are the questions that will likely be asked early on when the show returns in January, and they will all hopefully be answered in due time.
So what does the woman behind the leading role (in Dr. Zoe Hart) have to say about the future for Zoe and Wade? Speaking in a chat with Zap2It, she touched a little bit on what could be making these two work well despite all of their differences, with the most notable one being a completely different upbringing and combing from different levels of education:
“They’re totally unequal. Usually it does bother the guy more [when it comes to being less-educated]. There’s something lacking. It’s always interesting to explore the unexpected or what you don’t see coming. On paper, George and Zoe make perfect sense. Sometimes in life, you see people and say, ‘They totally make sense. They totally don’t make sense.’ And the ones that don’t make sense last.
“So what is up with that? The ‘opposites attract’ thing, maybe. But Wade’s character has shown that there’s more to him than meets the eye, so it’s interesting.”
As a matter of fact, Wade is going to even be referring to Zoe as the g-word during the show’s first episode back … how’s that for commitment? If you want to see a promo of this glorious moment, all you have to do is head on over to the link here.
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