I’m struck this week with how key emotional scenes in this episode of 'Smash' have been staged at a different tempo from other television shows. There is a slower pace, and camera shots linger on f... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2012/02/ more
What’s the cost of following your dreams? That was the question of the hour last night for " Smash ," with Karen going home for a baby shower, Ivy questioning why exactly she was cast as Marilyn and Ellis (knew he would wind up being a villain!) wondering more
Oh no… Please tell me they were kidding. After two weeks of promising television, building legitimate buzz among mainstream audiences, THIS is the direction that SMASH had to go? “Enter Mr. DiMaggio” was the weakest of SMASH’s first three episodes, and co more
I’ve begun to have a strange split in my feelings about Smash . On one hand, I can’t help but get sucked into these characters as they try to get “Marilyn: The Musical” off the ground. On the other hand, I’m starting to resent how conveniently every more
Previously on "Smash" : "You're a waitress." "What about the adoption?" "You got it! You're Marilyn!"
Presented without commentary, the most absurd, comical, self-serious and/or humorless moments from episode three, "Enter Mr. DiMaggio."
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Two Alpha Males Karen's boyfriend Dev meets Derek as he is having drinks with Karen. Immediately, they both start to mark their territory. And by territory, I mean Karen. Because Derek just oozes sexual energy and apparently lays sexual claim on both cand more
The first two episodes of Smash were primarily about the creation of an idea and the casting of Marilyn. Tonight, in " Enter Mr. Dimaggio " we learned more about the people involved and the intermingling of Broadway. Derek and Ivy are sleeping together. W more