Smash: Season 2, Episode 15

The Transfer (11 May 2013)

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Eileen and Agnes are working hard to place "Bombshell" in the best possible light for the entire cast and crew in the lead up to the Tony nominations. One of the projects is a tribute night... See full summary »


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Eileen and Agnes are working hard to place "Bombshell" in the best possible light for the entire cast and crew in the lead up to the Tony nominations. One of the projects is a tribute night for Tom and Julia. Already seen by the online community as having slept her way to her current lead position, Ivy is feeling uncomfortable in her role for the tribute night - where Tom has asked her to portray a stripper - which may further kibosh her chances of a nomination. But what may be a bigger problem is Tom and Julia's partnership. News of the partnership's dissolution could spell disaster, which is not helped by Julia being preoccupied with "Hit List"'s move to Broadway, the show which is currently in previews. "Hit List"'s creative team is aware that the transition from the small downtown theater to a large Broadway theater has not been an easy one. Derek feels that part of the problem is Ana, who may just be under-performing if only due to exhaustion. He works behind the scenes to find a... Written by Huggo

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Written by Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman
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***1/2 for this Episode
11 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Derek's immoral behavior comes back to haunt him when one of his many ingenues promises to drop her sexual harassment lawsuit providing that he gives her a supporting role in "Hit List." This becomes a problem of ethics versus personal survival.

Wait until you see the "bombshell" of a surprise at the end of the episode that is waiting for Ivy.

Our musical writers seem to kiss and make up when they appear together and sing a song. This doesn't mean that they shall necessarily keep collaborating as a musical team.

As Eileen Rand, Anjelica Huston again proves that she can be up to some evil, conniving ways.

"Bombshell" really goes 21st century with technology, as shown in this episode.

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