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'Smash' Recap: 39 Eyerolls From Episode 3, 'Enter Mr. DiMaggio,' In Chronological Order

Posted: 02/20/2012 11:59 pm


Previously on "Smash": "You're a waitress." "What about the adoption?" "You got it! You're Marilyn!"

Presented without commentary, the most absurd, comical, self-serious and/or humorless moments from episode three, "Enter Mr. DiMaggio."

1. Derek and Ivy's sexy time.
2. "I'd really like to get together sometime and work on her."
3. "I'll have my assistant call you and put it in the book."
4. "Do you think he gave me the part because I slept with him?"
5. "You got the part. You got. The part."
6. "Life is long. Theater is longer."
7. "We're Brits, that's what we do."
8. "How's this?" [KISS] "What movie are we doing now?" "'Gone With the Wind,' baby."
9. "He's doing that Bruno Mars show."
10. That Bruno Mars show.
11. "Well, apparently he's a huge baseball fan."
12. "I think it sounds amazing."
13. "It's only a workshop! All I need is $200,000."
14. "I don't know if I'm ready for that."
15. Ellis and his friends.
16. Ellis in the kitchen.
17. Julia's brainstorming face.
18. Ellis stealing Julia's notebook.
19. Iowa.
20. "I look like a duck in that costume." "A very fetching duck."
21. Ellis kissing his roommate.
22. "I just wanna be a great father."
23. "I think Artie would love to see his dad play Joe DiMaggio."
24. Julia's sexual tension face with Michael.
25. "You smell good."
26. "It's not actually a secret. They're having sex in the dressing room."
27. "I feel like you should give him a little space right now."
28. "I'm gonna get you a cup of tea."
29. Ellis's smirk.
30. "Feminism is overrated."
31. "Time for some karaoke!"
32. "Hey Broadway!"
33. Karen's "Hey Broadway!" friend dancing.
34. "Why don't we ever go to your place?"
35. "I thought you didn't want me in your home. Or something."
36. "Darling, I want you everywhere."
37. Ellis eavesdropping.
38. "No one else can know."
39. "Come on, Broadway baby. Got to get you back to the big time."

"Smash" airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on NBC

 

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