87 Eye Rolls From The “Smash” Season Premiere
Previously on “Smash”: “Let me be your star!” Scarves. “I’m in tech.” Ellis. “He’s taking advantage of her.” “He’s a TERRIBLE HUMAN BEING!” “The incomparable Rebecca Duvall.” “You’re fired, is what you are, Ellis.” “Where’s Karen Cartwright?” “You’re a star.” This “Smash” hit piece.
Some choice moments …
6. Ivy and Karen pressing the elevator button at the same time, but not realizing they’re standing next to each other until that very moment.
22. Jimmy’s lack of sideburns.
32. “But even you can’t hate me as much as I hate myself for what I did.”
Read them all here.

87 Eye Rolls From The “Smash” Season Premiere

Previously on “Smash”: “Let me be your star!” Scarves. “I’m in tech.” Ellis. “He’s taking advantage of her.” “He’s a TERRIBLE HUMAN BEING!” “The incomparable Rebecca Duvall.” “You’re fired, is what you are, Ellis.” “Where’s Karen Cartwright?” “You’re a star.” This “Smash” hit piece.

Some choice moments …

6. Ivy and Karen pressing the elevator button at the same time, but not realizing they’re standing next to each other until that very moment.

22. Jimmy’s lack of sideburns.

32. “But even you can’t hate me as much as I hate myself for what I did.”

Read them all here.

"Smash" Season 2 cast photo. Three episodes of the new season just landed on my desk and I cannot wait to see how NBC revamped this Golden Globe nominee.

"Smash" Season 2 cast photo. Three episodes of the new season just landed on my desk and I cannot wait to see how NBC revamped this Golden Globe nominee.

Jennifer Hudson steals the “Smash” Season 2 trailer. There’s another teaser here.

Anjelica Huston is back looking at things.
Anjelica Huston doesn’t even need to look at somebody to throw a drink at them.

Anjelica Huston doesn’t even need to look at somebody to throw a drink at them.

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If you’ve been following this blog, you know I love “Smash.” However, I have to agree with Maggie’s article (linked above and here). The third episode is weird. It’s not the worst thing I’ve ever seen on TV, but for a show still trying to pull in an audience it’s an odd misstep. If you’re on the fence about the show, this one may push you over to giving up on it. With that said, episode 4 will bring you back in. There are good performances, lots of Anjelica Houston and drama.