Smash > Season 2 > Episode 3
-Eileen faces a moral dilemma as the stakes surrounding "Bombshell" continue to grow.
I think it's a bad sign that today is Tuesday and I almost forgot Smash was on. I read the write-up and won't bother seeing it. Ronnie is having trouble with her mother? That's a storyline? And the obnoxious one's ego may affect the success of his so-called "musical"? Who cares! Sorry but you've lost a viewer. I'd rather see "Body of Proof" and gore (yuck) than this garbage. Bye.
P.S. The "ever great and powerful" (at least in her mind) J. Hudson, didn't even mention her connection with the show when she was interviewed on the Red Carpet at the Oscars. Maybe even she saw the writing on the wall, that this is not going to end well. Even with the silly storylines last year, the majority of the show's plots were good and the musical numbers were breathtaking. Oh well.
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