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Broadway Schemers, Bar Mitzvah Mumblers and Other Smash Moments

Broadway Schemers, Bar Mitzvah Mumblers and Other Smash Moments

The fifth episode of NBC’s drama Smash is called “Chemistry,” and though the title likely refers to the illicit romance heating up between Julia (Debra Messing) and Michael (Will Chase), you’ve got to wonder what’s in those “seven dollar martinis” producer Eileen (Anjelica Huston) is suddenly very fond of. Take a look at this week’s Smash ...

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A Forbidden Kiss, Unsatisfying Sex and More Smash Drama

A Forbidden Kiss, Unsatisfying Sex and More Smash Drama

"This is a man’s world," Katharine McPhee sings to herself in the mirror while stripping down to a lacy bra and tap pants in the fifth episode of NBC’s Smash, appropriately titled "Let’s Be Bad." Every character’s romantic issues come to the forefront during this angst-filled hour, which features lingering shots of Christian Borle’s upper ...

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Nick Jonas Makes a Move, Katharine McPhee Gets a Lesson and More Smash Moments

Nick Jonas Makes a Move, Katharine McPhee Gets a Lesson and More Smash Moments

In the fourth episode of NBC’s Broadway-centered Smash, entitled “The Cost of Art,” things get pricey as Eileen (Anjelica Huston) begins to search for funds to kickstart the workshop of Marilyn. The drink-hurling producer considers selling a valuable piece of art, but instead ends up wooing special guest star Nick Jonas into opening his hefty checkbook. Meanwhile, Karen (Katharine ...

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A Bruno Mars Musical, Magical Iowa and Other Smash Highlights

A Bruno Mars Musical, Magical Iowa and Other Smash Highlights

In the third episode of NBC’s Broadway-centric drama Smash, entitled “Mr. DiMaggio,” things get personal. Karen (Katharine McPhee) spends a weekend at home in idyllic Iowa, Julia (Debra Messing) reveals an intimate secret and Jerry (Michael Cristofer) keeps his sights on his estranged wife Eileen (Anjelica Huston). Take a look at this week’s Smash-Back highlights:

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A Forbidden Hookup, a Show-Stopping Anthem & More Smash Highlights

A Forbidden Hookup, a Show-Stopping Anthem & More Smash Highlights

In the second episode of NBC’s Broadway-centric drama Smash, the new Marilyn musical gets its leading lady—at least for now. As alliances and rivalries fall into place, we’re reveling in a network show that dares to include this line of dialogue: "It takes longer to adopt a baby than it took to write West Side Story." Below ...

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Best NYC Moment, Weirdest Reason to Write a Musical & More Smash Superlatives

Best NYC Moment, Weirdest Reason to Write a Musical & More Smash Superlatives

Smash is officially up and running on NBC! Each week, Broadway.com will offer a cheeky Smash flashback (or Smash-Back) list of five moments that captured our attention in this “most likely to succeed” musical drama. Read on, and see if the same characters and plot twists caught your eye.

Weirdest Reason to Write a Musical: The Broadway composing ...

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