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TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 1975, after a smash run at The Public Theater in New York City, the Marvin Hamlisch-Edward Kleban musical A Chorus Line makes the move uptown to Broadway’s Shubert Theatre. The Michael Bennett-helmed show, including such songs as “What I Did for Love” and “One,” features Donna McKechnie, Kelly Bishop and Robert LuPone. A Chorus Line will truly prove to be, as its lyrics say, “one singular sensation,” racking up 6,137 performances to become Broadway’s longest running show up to that time. (In June 1997, Cats will break that record.)
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I don’t really know what to think about this episode…
The last scene was cute, we now know Sam likes watching The Bachelorette…
It was nice to see Oliver and Dov together again, even for the brief moment that it happened it. Was Dov in charge of the “techy” stuff him another attempt by the writers to show us him looking to move into the intelligence unit? If it was I think they could do better.
Also, I thought Chloe wouldn’t have known about Chris and that Dov was still being distant which led to her kiss with Wes, I was not expecting us to find out right out of the gate that she knew Chris was in rehab, so now I am super angry with her.
Gail’s whole storyline and character development is just confusing to me right now. Are they trying to turn into a real human?
And of course there was the small incident that escalated into a human trafficing ring.
Best line of the night by a long shot
Nick (when referring to Gail’s family): “The Failed Pales”