Anything good on the last two episodes of Smash?
Actually, having just watched the finale, here are three little scooplets. Each one is a different character. Happy guessing! [SPOILER] gets fired. [SPOILER] gets a chance to shine in a big way. (Duh.) And there’s a truly dark and eerie development with [SPOILER] that will drop some jaws.
Source: Inside EW.com
05/14/2012 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Monday) : “Bombshell.” The big night is finally here. Tom (Christian Borle) and Julia (Debra Messing) race against time to save the show, while Derek (Jack Davenport) makes a decision that will change the lives of Karen (Katharine McPhee) and Ivy (Megan Hilty) forever. Ellis (Jaime Cepero) reveals his true colors. But when he finally makes his move to save “Bombshell,” will it be for or against Eileen (Anjelica Huston)? In the midst of it all, another bombshell goes off – this one is in Karen and Dev’s (Raza Jaffrey) relationship.
The Smash: Season 1 Episode Guide has been updated.
Broadway vet Bernadette Peters is taking on the buzzed-about Broadway TV show “Smash.” In addition to appearing on the March 19 episode as Ivy’s (Megan Hilty) fabulous mother Leigh, the two-time Tony winner will return for the season finale.
Whether or not Karen (Katherine McPhee) will take the role of Marilyn by the time the show opens remains to be seen, but Peters will be attending regardless.
“I come to see my daughter, yes,” Peters told TV Guide, without disclosing any further details.
Nick Jonas obviously hit the right note during his guest-star stint on NBC’s “Smash,” because he’ll be returning to the musical series in the role of Broadway-baby-turned-TV star Lyle West for the series finale on May 14, reports the Hollywood Reporter.
He first came on the “Smash” scene during the series’ fourth episode, and he could have a potentially pivotal role in the production of “Marilyn.” Eileen (Anjelica Huston) approached him to buy a piece of her art in order to fund the musical; however, he instead opted to become an investor with a stake in “Marilyn.”
Even before it was confirmed that he would return, the youngest Jonas brother was optimistic about coming back.
“Lyle’s in this one episode and maybe he’ll come back in the future and be involved in another episode. You definitely could see Lyle pop up,” he said.
So what do you think this means for the musical? Do you think Lyle will take on a larger role in the production of “Marilyn”?