The Outer Critics Circle (OCC) Award winners, which many see as a precursor to the Tonys, have just been announced. The results amp up the strategies each team uses in securing that coveted... See full summary »

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The Outer Critics Circle (OCC) Award winners, which many see as a precursor to the Tonys, have just been announced. The results amp up the strategies each team uses in securing that coveted Tony nomination. Each of the individual members of the "Bombshell" and "Hit List" teams make some moves - some calculated, some unwitting - that may place them in a bad light, especially in how they deal with their main competition. Regardless of the OCCs, Tom may have problems getting a Tony nomination because of the less than friendly or ethical encounters he has with movie and Broadway star Patrick Dillon, who is on the Tony nominating committee. Thus it may not be good timing for Tom to admit or act upon the fact that he has a crush on "straight" Patrick, whose sexual orientation has been in question by the public. Jerry wants to use the OCCs that "Hit List" won for his advertising campaign for the Tonys, which does not include pushing for Kyle, who he says is getting no buzz. As such, Jimmy ... Written by Huggo

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Ana Vargas: Well, I'm going to go in the other room and... um... eavesdrop.
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Written by Dave Mason
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All's Well that Ends Well This Final Episode: ****
27 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Am so sorry to see this wonderful series end. In my opinion, it was vastly under-rated.

This episode was a particularly great one because we see that voting for entertainment awards not only depends on the performance itself, but rather the emotional, psychological and backstage happenings which allow for the justification of why certain people win the awards and others do not.

Both Derek and Jimmy fess up in the end to the guys they really are and they do an admirable job in doing so.

Both Karen and Ivy are competitors to the very end, but seem to each a rapprochement in their relationship with their final song together.


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