HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Let's Be Bad," the March 5 episode of NBC's "Smash," in which a good musical number highlights an otherwise irritating hour. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/smash-lets-be-bad-change-of-a-dress more
This week's Smash veered between what works and what doesn't always work on the show.  Let's begin with what works: everything in the rehearsal space, including the rivalry between Karen and Ivy.  Last week Derek may have dismissed Karen, but th more
You guys! Listen, I’m sorry this recap is a little late, but here is the reason why: Last night, I almost met Stephen Sondheim. It’s true. We were in the same room; He was so close to me I could have reached out and touched His oyster-colored mock turtlen more
" Let's Be Bad " sums up this episode of Smash perfectly, not of the episode itself, but  regarding the characters. They all acted "badly" in some manner and extent. Ivy continued to be an annoying diva and insecure. At first, Derek seemed to be spec more
Previously on "Smash" : "Why don't we ever go to your place?" "She's trying to get me fired." "I had an affair with Michael Swift, and no one else can know!"
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This week, Smash tried to establish the theme that women have it hard in a man's world, but it didn't quite work as intended. Karen expressed uneasiness about other men's stares, Ivy had a big musical number of Marilyn that basically touched on the same f more
'Smash,' Season 1, Episode 5, 'Let's Be Bad': TV Recap. Eileen is freaking out because the workshop is in 13 days and the book still isn't finished. Tom says Julia wrote 3 new scenes but isn't ready to show anyone yet. Michael Swift has script-related que more