Smash

Season 2 Episode 7

Musical Chairs

5
Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Mar 19, 2013 on NBC
7.8
out of 10
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26 votes
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Tom's new position isn't helping him to connect with Karen in rehearsal; Jimmy struggles to thematically expand Hit List; Eileen enlists her daughter, Katie (Grace Gummer)'s help in fighting back against Jerry; Ivy's advice sends Terry (Sean Hayes) in a wildly different direction at Liaisons opening; Karen makes a big career decision.

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  • Jimmy's a jam

    3.0
    Please either flesh out some balance for the character of Jimmy so that the audience can BEAR to be with him for even 5 minutes. His musical genius is not enough for us to empathize with him in any way. He's so annoying and bratty that he makes Karen annoying because she likes him. Karen is nice and she would know that he's not. He has NO redeeming qualities. Derek's genius, and womanizing is bearable somehow because he's committed to his work and he GETS the business. Jimmy's character is almost enough to make me stop watching all together. He's a log jam in the flow of the rest of the characters.moreless
  • All smashed up!

    1.0
    What a shame. They have ruined this show. The 1st season was a total pleasure. It was sexy, fun, and the musical numbers were great. This season is boring. The actors are all so talented but the writing and the changes to the show they made have left the actors to do thin performances. Bring back the the show we saw last season.
Jason Kravits

Jason Kravits

Timothy

Guest Star

Veanne Cox

Veanne Cox

Liaisons Actress

Guest Star

Kathy Fitzgerald

Kathy Fitzgerald

Actor 3

Guest Star

Michael Cristofer

Michael Cristofer

Jerry Rand

Recurring Role

Savannah Wise

Savannah Wise

Jessica

Recurring Role

Wesley Taylor

Wesley Taylor

Bobby

Recurring Role

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