In the this week's episode of NBC's Smash, "Bombshell" faces its first audience just as a major crisis hits Rebecca Duvall. Uma Thurman guest stars on Smash! Watch Luan Legacy's FYI recap of the full episode.Watch Luan's recap of Smash season 1 episode 13 - http://youtu.be/UFcg05Dj8lwLuan Legacy - http://www.youtube.com/luanlegacyMusic by Traxamillion - http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/traxamillion/id178057332Music featured in Smash, season 1 episode 14:"Stand" - Donnie McClurkinPerformed by Katharine McPhee and Leslie Odom, Jr."Smash!"Performed by Katharine McPhee and Megan Hilty"September Song" - Knickerbocker HolidayPerformed by Anjelica HustonSmash Choreography - Josh BergasseOriginal Air Date: May 8, 2012For full episode:http://www.nbc.com/smash/There's nothing more exciting than the opening night of a hit Broadway musical, except maybe what happens getting there. While Wicked and The Lion King pack audiences in on the Great White Way, Julia and Tom, a successful songwriting team played by Debra Messing and Christian Borle, begin work on a new musical based on the life of Marilyn Monroe. When a tenacious producer (Anjelica Houston) jumps aboard, so begins the difficult task of casting the silver screen icon.Ivy Lynn, a tough Broadway veteran, seems like the obvious choice. But enter Karen Cartwright (Katharine McPhee), a young girl from Iowa with a dream of making it on Broadway who walks in and blows everyone away. So who will get the part and begin a journey that will change their lives? It's an age-old story, but a star just might be born once again.While everyone is consumed with putting the show together, real life has a tendency of getting in the way. Julia and her husband are in the middle of a complicated adoption; the producer's husband begins divorce proceedings which could threaten the finances of the show; and the brilliant but womanizing director could derail everything if he puts the young star in a compromising position. This will be a rollercoaster ride that culminates on opening night when the audience gets to determine whether or not the show is a smash!In the era of The Voice and Glee, executive producers Steven Spielberg and Craig Zadan&Neil Meron (producers of Chicago and Hairspray), and songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray), bring you the blood, sweat, and tears of the making of a Broadway musical.