|Season 1, Episode 14|
|Air date||May 7, 2012|
"Previews" is the fourteenth episode of Season 1, and is the 14th episode of the series overall.
- Julia Houston - Debra Messing
- Derek Wills - Jack Davenport
- Karen Cartwright - Katharine McPhee
- Tom Levitt - Christian Borle
- Ivy Lynn - Megan Hilty
- Ellis Tancharoen - Jaime Cepero
- Dev Sundaram - Raza Jaffrey
- Eileen Rand - Anjelica Huston
- Uma Thurman - Rebecca Duval
- Stand by Donnie McClurkin. Sung by Karen & Sam Strickland.
- Smash! by Smash. Sung by Karen, Ivy, Jessica, Sue with female ensemble members of Bombshell.
- September Song from Knickerbocker Holiday. Sung by Eileen.
- Let Me Be Your Star (Reprise) by Smash. Sung by Rebecca Duval.
- Mr. & Mrs. Smith by Smash. Sung by Rebecca Duval and Michael Swift.
- Second Hand White Baby Grand (Finale) by Smash. Sung by Rebecca Duval
|“||I didn't want you here. I told everyone. I was, I was ready to walk away from the show when I heard you were doing it. The only reason I'm here is because Frank and Leo... I can't talk to you about this...||”|
- The song September Song that was sung in the show by Anjelica Huston (as Eileen) was made famous by her Broadway actor grandfather, Walter Huston. Huston first introduced the song in the original 1938 production of Knickerbocker Holiday.
- The series' lyricists and composers, Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman, made cameo appearances in the episode during the September Song bar scene. Wittman is seen as the bespectacled man sitting alone at a table and Shaiman is the pianist that accompanies Eileen.
- Before Eileen sings, Shaiman is playing the melody to Butter Outta Cream from the musical Catch Me If You Can, another musical with words and lyrics by he and Wittman.
|Pilot • The Callbacks • Enter Mr. DiMaggio • The Cost of Art • Let's Be Bad • Chemistry • The Workshop • The Coup • Hell on Earth • Understudy • The Movie Star • Publicity • Tech • Previews • Bombshell|