It's "Bombshell"'s opening night, to which Eileen has provided tickets to the cast and crew of "Hit List". While trying to avoid any on-line chatter leading up to the opening, Ivy can't help but be affected by one comment that she is only a chorus girl not up to a starring role. Karen, on the other hand, isn't sure if she wants to see someone perform the role she voluntarily gave up. And even before the opening, Tom and Julia contemplate their next move, which may or may not be together as a team. Much of what happens will depend on the reviews, the Times' which may be the most important but the one which may be in jeopardy if only because of Eileen's disintegrating relationship with Richard Francis. Meanwhile, Jimmy contemplates telling Karen of his sordid past. He may be beaten to the punch as Adam hangs around more, he who is getting closer to Ana. And based on the fact that "Hit List" has sold out its entire run even before its first show, Derek and Scott contemplate taking the ...
Did You Know?
When Ivy and Karen are singing together after the opening, piano is playing by Marc Shaiman who is one of the writer of the original songs for this show. See more
During the duet "That's Life", Karen Cartwright's microphone (a Shure 55SH) is facing the wrong direction while she's singing into it. Twice. See more
Let Me Be Your Star
Written by Marc Shaiman
, Scott Wittman
Performed by Megan Hilty See more