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April 17, 2012

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Uma Thurman guest stars in this episode of Smash for real this time around! Meg, Jess and Mitch gathered together to talk about everything that went down in Smash’s 11th episode!

-We get the show started by talking about the role Mitch was awarded in “The Music Man”, along with the new puppy Megan just got! (See the cute picture below!)

-Debates are sprinkled all throughout this episode, including why Ivy was fired from Bombshell, the quality of the music from Bombshell, and everyone’s favorite, C.D. vs. iPod.

-Mitch once again needs an explanation as to what exactly happened during Derek’s second vision of Karolyn.

-We rejoice at Sneaky Bastard digging himself into a huge hole with Rebecca’s publicist.

-Karen v. Dev, round 2! And the winner is…no one! Because they both suck!

-We talk about our respect for Sam’s character—Megan claims that “all of the good guys are gay!”

-Megan investigates and discovers that Uma was pregnant during the filming of these episodes, perhaps leading up to her lackluster end of episode performance and hideous Marilyn outfit.

-News covers an interview with Sneaky Bastard’s actor, Uma’s transfer to the small screen, and another spoilerific episode synopsis (the time code to skip spoilers is 1:42:47).

 

Here’s the pic of Meg’s new puppy Swarley!

This episode's hosts: Mitchel Clow, Jessica O'Neal, Megan Stoll

  • itsme

    This podcast is one of the biggest highlights of my week. Holy crap, am I excited!

    • http://twitter.com/jessoneal84 Jessica O’Neal

      Aww, thank you. :)

      • http://twitter.com/megan_stoll Megan Stoll

        Yay! :)

    • Mitchel Clow

      Glad to hear we cheer up your week that much! =]

  • http://twitter.com/mick24438 Mick H

    Thank you for this amazing podacast!

    I have to disagree with you guys on the Tom/danser relationship. I really liked John and I hope he will reappear.

    • Mitchel Clow

      I’ve always liked John, but not his relationship with Tom. It just really never had chemistry, unfortunately.

  • Andrewrocks28

    great podcast as always looking foward for ur next one ! cant wait 2 have coty back !:) ,hey have u guys considerd getting john,natalie,and roxanne from glee chat on an epi of smash chat ?

    • http://twitter.com/jessoneal84 Jessica O’Neal

      Thank you! We are very excited to have Coty back as well. :)

      We have had Roxanne on already (I can’t remember which episode off the top of my head) and John and Natalie have an open invitation, but very busy schedules. We are doing our best to work it out where they can be on, though!

  • http://twitter.com/ducadiposa Gianmarco Segato

    Haven’t finished listening to this podcast yet, but just wanted to say a couple things about the episode (knowing another one aired last night…almost caught up!) What I LOVE about the show is that they *don’t* always do the obvious. I think it would have been very easy for them to leave Rebecca as the Hollywood diva, swanning around the rehearsal studio making ridiculous demands, but by giving her that moment at the pow wow to show she’s a serious actress who wants to appear at her best and I think, do what’s best for the Bombshell show as a whole…they added an unexpected dimension to the character. Bravo! And then, to have her actually do a very respectable job in her final big number, well, I was suprised but very excited. Now it seems something much bigger will have to happen to get her ousted from the show…if indeed that is even going to happen. I liked the Stanislavsky (sp?) number – so clever, as most of the original songs have been. I would quibble though that Thurman’s words didn’t come through…I suspect there was a lot more witty text that simply didn’t come out they way she sang it. Still, quite an improvement over those first out of tune phrases she sang!

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