Previously on Smash: Rebecca Duvall stole director Derek from under Ivy’s nose; Dev got the wrong answer when he proposed to Karen, and somehow ended up flirting drunkenly with Ivy; Michael Swift h... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Roxanne_Tellier/2012/05/ more
My friends, we are ladies and gentlemen of the theater, are we not? I mean, obviously most of us are never going to win a Tony — or God help us — even a Lortel, but we were all at least nonspeaking townspeople in our high school productions of Once Upon more
The show called "Bombshell" finally gave us one: As anyone who watched the "scenes from next week" could attest, 10 seconds into last night’s episode, we finally got our answer to the will-they-won't-they sad pairing of Ivy and Dev. They totally hooked up more
This week is preview week in Boston! A lot of emotions, a lot of excitement, a lot of expectations. So you know a slightly cheesy TV drama will milk every ounce of it and turn it into addictive schmaltzy goodness. How did it all go down? http://www.buddyt more
Bombshell was rushed into workshop and quickly made it to out of town " Previews ." Rebecca was put to the test, did she pull off Marilyn? Did the audience love the musical? Those questions were answered during the first preview performance with a resound more
It is the second to last episode of "Smash" and things are getting juicy. We start off in a hotel room where Dev's sleeping -- next to Ivy. So they did do it. Suspicions confirmed, and I'm sure everywhere across America, viewers are gagging. http://blogs. more
Previously on "Smash" : "Will you marry me?" "Pilot?" "Bloody hell!" "Ellis, can you handle this please?" "My name's Dev." "Ivy."
Presented without commentary, the most absurd, comical, self-serious and/or humorless moments from episode 14, "Previews more