The second episode of our pilot podcast Smash Chat – all about NBC’s upcoming musical dramedy Smash – has arrived!
Complete shownotes follow…
-The co-hosts all had to record this episode a second time, Jessica tells why…
-We begin to discuss what’s seen and heard in three NBC promo videos
-Megan Hilty states that her character Ivy would do anything to become a Broadway star, which leads to a very scripted reenactment of this episode’s original recording
-Coty questions whether or not Ivy will be the villain of the show
-Mitch finds a neat comparison between the lives of Ivy and Marilyn
-In her interview, Katharine McPhee claims that she often gets frustrated with her character Karen
-An interesting comparison between Karen and the movie “The Black Swan” is made
-The co-hosts theorize what Katharine is hinting is “coming down the pipeline” for Karen
-We question the right amount of songs per episode of a musical drama, citing shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”
-We move on to Debra Messing’s interview, which leads to a discussion Stephen Spielberg’s limited involvement in the filming of the show
~To watch these interviews, go to http://www.nbc.com/smash/
-The pilot episode of Smash is released by NBC on many different digital formats. We discuss why we WON’T be watching it until it airs on February 6th!
-We take a listen to a bit or the leaked “The National Pastime”
-Jonas brother Nick is guest starring on the fourth episode, Coty expresses his pleasure
All that and much more, in our last episode before the pilot’s premiere!
Click here to listen or download to your computer. Leave your thoughts in the comments about the show! Enjoy!
Check out episode one of Smash Chat at this link.
This episode's hosts: Coty Chanley-Jones, Jessica O'Neal, Mitchel Clow
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