Eileen's public legal problem concerning financing the show is perhaps the biggest obstacle in "Bombshell" making it to Broadway. As such, many with the show look for other professional opportunities. Derek may have problems getting another job as Rebecca Duvall's false publicity statement that she quit the show due to unwanted sexual advances by Derek leads to other actresses claiming the same. After running into another former actress colleague, Ivy contemplates getting out of the business altogether. And Karen comes across a couple of bartenders who are writing a musical, the songs which Karen loves. However, the composer, Jimmy Collins, doesn't want Karen's help, he who seems to despise her and everything about her. Meanwhile, Eileen plans on crashing an American Theater Wing dinner, where she and the "Bombshell" team are personae non gratae because of their public problems. Eileen wants to prove to the theater community that they are still alive, kicking and more than ready to ...
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[after Karen sang Jimmy's song
Would you calm down? I only showed her one. I had no idea she was gonna do that.
[comes rushing up
I... I'm so sorry. I didn't think you'd get so mad.
Stay out of this, princess.
Oh, my God. I... I just think you're really talented. I wanna help.
I don't need your help, all right? I... I write for myself. If you wanna go write your own musical, great, go ahead. Leave mine alone!
It's not just yours!
Yeah, says the guy who sits there and watches me write the songs.
Caught In The Storm
Music and lyrics by Marc Shaiman
and Scott Wittman
Performed by Katharine McPhee See more