This episode is also further evidence that nothing unites like a common enemy. For Karen and Ivy, that common enemy is Rebecca Duvall. Now if only we can find a common enemy to unite the Middle East… I vote a hostile alien force that wants only to inhabit the tiny piece of land adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Don’t worry, UN. I totally don’t charge a consulting fee.
Back to Smash. Tom hearts Sam, Sam hearts Tom, and I heart both of them so much it makes me kind of wish I was a gay man so I could get in on that. I mean I think I heart Tom in a platonic sort of way but want to actually date Sam. DATE ME, Sam. Holler at your KPRC Prime Time blogger.
On a less sexy note, Julia and Frank have to come face to face to talk about Leo potentially failing out of school. Frank is really not giving her an inch, not that I’m condoning adultery. But I’m glad, at the very least, that people are yelling at Leo. He should be yelled at. All the time. And they aren’t the only couple having problemz. Karen and Dev are also on the rocks, since he’s jealous of Derek and she’s jealous of RJ (that ambiguously ethnic but definitively hot reporter that is constantly hitting on Dev). Jealousy, man. Such a love killer.
And FINALLY, Ellis’s manipulative ways are biting him where the sun don’t shine. Don’t you just hate when you mean to click over to an incoming call on your Smartphone, but you’re just not as smart as your phone is and you don’t actually click over, saying rude and offensive things directly to the person about whom you are talking smack? BECAUSE I LOVE IT. Hopefully, Ellis continues to self-destruct and maybe one day his girlfriend will walk in on him getting it on with a dude! A girl can dream.
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