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#102 : Un rôle pour deux


Ivy et Karen essaient toutes les deux de plaire à Derek durant leur second rappel, afin d'obtenir le rôle de Marilyn. Julia et son mari, Frank, sont confrontés à la dure réalité du processus d'une adoption internationale. Le divorce d'Eileen complique le financement de la comédie musicale.

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Titre VO
The Callback

Titre VF
Un rôle pour deux

Première diffusion
13.02.2012

Première diffusion en France
04.07.2012

Vidéos

Promo 102 (VO)

Promo 102 (VO)

  

Photos promo

Karen Cartwright (Katharine McPhee) chante sur scène

Karen Cartwright (Katharine McPhee) chante sur scène

Ivy parle avec Dennis (Philip Spaeth)

Ivy parle avec Dennis (Philip Spaeth)

Ivy parle avec Dennis

Ivy parle avec Dennis

Karen arrive à table

Karen arrive à table

Ivy et Derek parlent

Ivy et Derek parlent

Dev Sundaram (Raza Jaffrey)

Dev Sundaram (Raza Jaffrey)

Julia Jouston (Derba Messing) et Frank Houston (Brian d'Arcy James) sur leur lit

Julia Jouston (Derba Messing) et Frank Houston (Brian d'Arcy James) sur leur lit

Karen chante sur scène

Karen chante sur scène

Karen chante

Karen chante

Ivy sur scène

Ivy sur scène

Eileen Rand (Anjelica Huston)

Eileen Rand (Anjelica Huston)

Karen fait son service

Karen fait son service

Eileen et Derek

Eileen et Derek

Derek parle à Eileen

Derek parle à Eileen

Tom, Julia, Eileen et Ferek parlent du cas de Karen

Tom, Julia, Eileen et Ferek parlent du cas de Karen

Jerry Rand (Michael Cristofer) dîne

Jerry Rand (Michael Cristofer) dîne

Karen danse avec ses partenaires

Karen danse avec ses partenaires

Ivy est déçue

Ivy est déçue

Tom Levitt (Christian Borle)

Tom Levitt (Christian Borle)

Ivy Lynn (Megan Hilty) chante sur scène

Ivy Lynn (Megan Hilty) chante sur scène

Karen chante devant beaucoup de personnes

Karen chante devant beaucoup de personnes

Tom Levitt est surpris de la prestation qu'il entend

Tom Levitt est surpris de la prestation qu'il entend

Karen et les danseuses s'entraînent

Karen et les danseuses s'entraînent

Karen danse

Karen danse

Ivy Lynn (Megan Hilty) et Derek Wills (Jack Davenport) discutent

Ivy Lynn (Megan Hilty) et Derek Wills (Jack Davenport) discutent

Derek et Karen discutent

Derek et Karen discutent

Derek et Karen dansent tous les deux

Derek et Karen dansent tous les deux

Karen répète sa danse avec les autres

Karen répète sa danse avec les autres

Karen chante sur scène

Karen chante sur scène

Tom parle à Ivy dans sa loge

Tom parle à Ivy dans sa loge

Karen est prête à performer

Karen est prête à performer

Ivy et Derek discutent

Ivy et Derek discutent

Julia et Eileen écoutent attentivement

Julia et Eileen écoutent attentivement

Plus de détails

Réalisation : Michael Mayer 
Scénario :
Theresa Rebeck

L’épisode s’ouvre sur Karen, chantant « Call Me » de Blondi. Son amie, Lianne, la ramène à la réalité. Karen attend impatiemment des nouvelles pour son audition. Cela fait quatre jours qu’elle attend.

Derek, Eileen, Tom et Julia discutent de Karen et Ivy. Ils ne sont pas d’accord sur qui est la meilleure pour incarner Marilyn. Ivy est une professionnelle avec de l’expérience et ressemble physiquement à l’icône, mais Karen est pleine d’innocence et a les qualités d’une star en devenir qui ne peuvent être ignorées. Ils décident finalement d’organiser une nouvelle audition, de danse cette fois-ci. L’audition passée, le débat pourra être tranché.

Julia et Frank ont un rendez-vous avec Mrs. Walters, l’agent des services sociaux, pour leur demande d’adoption. Ils sont choqués d’apprendre qu’il leur faudra encore attendre au moins deux ans pour que le processus d’adoption arrive à son terme et qu’ils puissent adopter un enfant chinois. Ils attendent depuis plusieurs mois déjà et Frank est visiblement frustré par l’attente.

Karen et Ivy répètent le numéro de danse avec Derek. Les deux jeunes femmes se rencontrent pour la première fois, et l’ambiance est tendue. Karen a du mal à retenir tous les pas de la routine, mais s’obstine et ses efforts se font sentir.

Karen se plaint des manières de Derek auprès de Dev. Il lui annonce qu’ils ont un diner le soir même avec l’adjoint au maire, qui pense le promouvoir à un meilleur poste. Karen lui promet qu’elle sera là, elle sait ce que ce diner signifie pour lui.

Frustré par le processus de l’adoption, Frank avoue à Julia qu’ils devraient peut-être abandonner leur projet d’adoption. Au rythme que cela prend, Frank aura 65 ans quand le bébé passera son baccalauréat. Leur fils, Leo, surprend leur conversation. Il est furieux d’être mis à l’écart d’une décision si importante.

Eileen et Derek ont rendez-vous dans un restaurant local pour discuter des progrès de Karen et Ivy. Mais Eileen tombe sur Jerry, son futur ex-mari. Jerry jure que personne ne voudra investir dans Marilyn, la comédie Musical, surtout s’il n’est pas derrière le projet. Eileen ne mord pas à l’hameçon et lui jette son cosmopolitain, que Jerry lui a commandé sans lui demander son avis, à la figure, puis quitte le restaurant, suivie de Derek.

Frank annonce à Julia qu’il veut reprendre son travail, professeur de science dans un lycée. Julia à l’écriture pour s’occuper, mais Frank ne fait qu’attendre depuis plusieurs mois et il en ras-le-bol. Julia supporte sa décision.

Karen, qui devait retrouver Dev pour son diner avec l’adjoint au maire, est retenue par Derek après les répétitions. Elle arrive très en retard au restaurant et retrouve Dev, seul à la table pour six. Dev est furieux que Karen ne l’ai pas prévenu de son retard et que le dernier message qu’elle lui ait envoyé lui dise qu’elle était en route. Il s’est inquiété pour elle pendant tout le diner et a été incapable de se concentrer sur ce l’adjoint au maire avait à lui dire. Il se sent humilié. Karen s’excuse mais Dev ne veut rien entendre.

Ivy et Derek répètent une scène intime et intense. Ivy a d’abord du mal à se plonger dans la scène, mais finit par rentrer dans le rôle. Derek est impressionné par sa vulnérabilité et le duo partage un moment intense avant de finir au lit, ensemble.

Dans le couloir du studio de répétition, Ivy et Karen attendent d’être appelées pour l’audition finale. Karen passe l’audition avec la routine « 20th Century Fox Mambo », et impressionne toute l’équipe créative. La décision finale ne sera pas facile à prendre.

Après plusieurs jours d’attente, Tom va voir Ivy pour lui apprendre la nouvelle en personne… Ivy est Marilyn ! Ivy déborde de joie, après dix ans dans l’ensemble, c’est enfin son grand moment !

Derek avoue à Eileen que son futur ex-mari a décidé de financer « My Fair Lady », le projet sur lequel Derek a travaillé pendant trois ans. Jerry veut qu’il dirige la comédie musicale. Mais Derek croit en « Marilyn » et a confiance en Eileen. Eileen est ravie que Derek ait tenu tête à Jerry.

Après avoir reçu la bonne nouvelle, Ivy passe la soirée dans un club de jazz avec ses amis, qui l’obligent à chanter sur scène. Ivy donne une performance émotionnelle de « Crazy Dreams » de Carrie Underwood pour célébrer sa victoire.

[Karen - Call me ]

Lianne : Karen. What are you doing? You've got a three-top and the guy at the front table wants more coffee.

Karen : What? I'm sorry... what?

Lianne : Relax. I took care of it. But you are so not here. Still haven't heard?

Karen : No.

Lianne : How long has it been?

Karen : Four days.

Lianne : That's not so good.

Karen : I know. I'm so stressed, I just wish they would call me.

Cook : Karen.

Karen : Ugh.

Cook : Here ya go, hon.

Lianne : You're gonna get it.

Karen : Thanks.

 

Tom : It's Ivy's part. She has Marilyn's soul. She has her body. She looks like Marilyn.

Derek : This girl feels like Marilyn.

Tom : How do you know what she feels like?

Julia : Okay, don't go there.

Derek : Straight men are gonna go there. This girl is hot.

Eileen : They're both beautiful girls.

Tom : But only one of them has the experience to do this.

Derek : Well, that's the thing, Tom. Experience is precisely what we're not looking for. That innocence, that freshness... It's very Marilyn.

Tom : She has to have chops!

Eileen : That girl has chops.

Julia : I agree. What a great voice, huh?

Tom : Give me a break. Ivy has one of the best...

Julia : Yes, Ivy also has an amazing voice. No one here is saying she doesn't.

Tom : And she can act. And she can dance. And she has ten years of Broadway experience.

Julia : Okay, look, we can't just keep going over and over and over the same question!

Derek : No... He's right.

Tom : I'm sorry... huh? What did you say?

Derek : You are right, Tom. You are absolutely right. I'm fighting this hard 'cause I'm kidding myself. I can't hand this over to a complete neophyte. Not without more information.

Scott : Can I help you?

Ellis : I'm Tom's assistant.

Scott : I know who you are.

Eileen : Get me Joe Machota at CAA.

 

Dennis : You have to do another callback?

Ivy : It's Marilyn Monroe. It's the part of a lifetime. If I have to jump through a few hoops, so be it.

Dennis : Are they seeing more people?

Ivy : Just me and one other person. Somebody new. Karen something. They didn't see her do a dance audition, so they're calling her back for that. We're both getting called back for scene work, but I don't have to dance.

Jessica : It's classic. You put in ten years in the chorus, and "Karen something" shows up.

Ivy : Stop, please. I'm a wreck. I'm just pretending to be brave. I'm scared to death.

Dennis : So it's another callback. You'll nail this one too.

Ivy : I'd better! 'Cause I really don't wanna put on those feathers anymore. I'm so sick of going out on that stage looking like a demented duck.

Jessica : Tell me about it.

 

Dev : Everyone, uh, gather round. The budget is almost ready. We'll have all the schedules printed and distributed both in hard copy and electronically by this afternoon, at which point the budget director will be available for questions.

Reporter : You got nothing else? Something we maybe could sell papers with?

Dev : I apologize for our current lack of scandal. I know this makes your life boring and difficult. I'm sure someone will do something stupid or illegal soon.

Reporter : If I were you, I'd count on it.

Dev : Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a lunch date with a young lady who's significantly more attractive than you clowns. You okay?

Karen : My agent called. They want another callback. I have to dance.

Dev : Oh, well, you're a terrific dancer. The choreographer's gonna love you.

Karen : It's the director.

Dev : The director?

Karen : He's the choreographer. Sometimes they do both, you know?

Dev : Oh. This is the guy who had you come over to his apartment at 10:00 at night for a coaching session. Mm. You never said much about what happened that night.

Karen : Well, because nothing happened. Come on.

 

Mrs. Walters : Birth certificates notarized and authenticated. Marriage certificate. 18 years? That's impressive.

Frank : Unheard of in show business.

Mrs. Walters : Once the agency signs off on your application, it gets bundled with other applications, then we send it to Beijing, and it gets translated into Mandarin. That should all take about three or four months, and then the waiting begins.

Frank : Begins? We've been at this for ten months.

Mrs. Walters : Chinese bureaucracy is very thorough.

Julia : Well, how much longer are we talking about?

Mrs. Walters : Well... two years? I know. The waiting is the hardest part.

 

Karen : Hi. Sorry. There was police action on the subway.

Derek : Right.

Dancer : Sorry. There was a police action on the subway.

Derek : Yeah. So we've heard. This is our music composer Tom Levitt singing on the recording, who, by the way, makes a lovely Marilyn. Okay. First move brings Norma Jeane into the cabal of groomers as they affect the transformation. It's a fast, tight spin. Here.

Karen : Sorry.

Derek : Good. Let's make ourselves a Marilyn.

 

Ivy : You did what?

Dennis : Josh called me, said they needed a couple people to help out with the dance call, so I said yes.

Ivy : You spied!

Dennis : Yes, I did. She showed up late and had to be shown the first combination three times. I talked to her on the break. She's from Iowa, and her name is Karen Cartwright.

Ivy : Marilyn's name was Norma Jeane Mortenson.

Dennis : Which would be why she changed it. It's half-hour. My sweet.

 

Tom : If we put Let Me Be Your Star here right after the DiMaggio duet, then the breakup number goes... Here?

Julia : You know, it takes longer to adopt a baby than it took to write West Side Story?

Tom : Wow. No. I did not know that.

Julia : You know how many criminal checks they put you thorough before they'll let you write a musical?

Tom : I'm guessing none, since we didn't have one?

Julia : None is right! And let me tell you, there are a lot of people that should be stopped from writing musicals.

Tom : I'm aware.

Julia : You know what we should do? We should write a song for DiMaggio, Arthur Miller, and JFK to sing about what they look for in a wanan.

Tom : Julia, we have to start thinking about structure. You can't build a musical by just writing songs.

Julia : Maybe it's not so linear. We start with Let Me Be Your Star.

Tom : You start with it.

Julia : Seriously. I can see it I my head.

Tom : You don't think it's the act break?

Julia : No. No. It's like this. The stage is black. She stands alone in a pool of light. She's just Norma Jeane. Behind her...  Figures in shadow emerge. Young women, exactly like her.

Ivy : You're nothing.

woman #1 : Your father left because he didn't want you.

Jessica : Your mother is crazy.

Woman #2 : Certifiably nuts. Nobody wants you.

Jessica : Nobody wants you.

Woman #1 : Nobody wants you...

Ivy : You're nothing.

 

[Karen & Ivy - Let Me Be Your Star ]

 

Ellis : But which girl plays Marilyn?

Julia : Well we don't know that yet, do we? You know, Ellis, your help is fantastic, but... I kind of need to be more alone in this space with Tom around the structure.

Ellis : Oh, of course. I just... I get so excited watching my idea just come to life.

Julia : Eh... yeah, you know, a lot of people think that something that is said in passing is the same thing as an idea, which isn't strictly true.

Ellis : I-I don't think anything, I...

Julia : Totally understandable! But we're the ones that have to do all the work. And you are Tom's assistant, which is what Tom needs you to be... Right, Tom?

Tom : Absolutely.

Julia : So maybe you can just give us a little room.

Ellis : I'll go pick up the dry cleaning.

Julia : Terrific!

Tom : He's a really good assistant. For the first time in my life, my closets are organized.

Julia : Organizing closets. Hey, you know what? That would be a great idea for a musical too!

Tom : Has anyone heard from Derek about how the work sessions are going?

Julia : I haven't talked to him.

 

Josh : Five, six, seven, eight. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight.

Derek : Oh, again!

Josh : Five, six, seven, eight. One, two, three, four, five, six, and seven, eight.

Derek : Oh, again!

Josh : Five, six, seven and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight.

Derek : Concentrate, please!

Karen : It's just it's pretty intense.

Derek : Yeah, it's supposed to be. Look, the gesture goes all the way to the end of the fingertips, and then the chin comes up. Josh, show her the combination again, please. Hey. Sorry. We've been running a little late.

Ivy : That's all right.

Derek : Oh, how is that?

Ivy : Oh, this one a actually really good about the Arthur Miller-Elia Kazan stuff. Not so good on the movies, but there's so much of that in some of the other ones, I don't really miss it.

Derek : How many have you read?

Ivy : A lot.

Derek : And the movies?

Ivy : All of them.

Derek : Come on, even Clash By Night?

Ivy : Even Monkey Business. Listen, um... I really appreciate you doing this. I understand it's a lot to ask.

Derek : You know, after the demo and the dance sequence, not to mention the two auditions.

Ivy : It's Marilyn. I didn't expect it to be simple.

Josh : One, two, three, four, five, and...

Derek : Come on in.

Josh : And one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, and one, two, three, four, five, and seven, eight. One, two, three, four, five...

Derek : Okay, everyone, we're done. Let's call it a day. Karen. Come here. I'm sure you two would like to meet. Ivy Lynn, this is Karen Cartwright.

Karen : Oh, hi.

Ivy : Oh, yeah, hi! So great to meet you. I love your scarf.

Karen : Thanks. My mom gave it to me for my birthday.

Ivy : Oh... it's so cute.

Karen : Okay. Well, I'll see you Wednesday.

Derek : Absolutely.

 

Karen : I hate him.

Dev : I thought you said it was going well.

Karen : He's a psychopath.

Dev : Why? What's he doing?

Karen : He's messing with my head. He brought in the girl, the other girl up for the part, and he was like, "Oh, hello, I'm sure you two would like to meet each other."

Dev : He's a Brit?

Karen : Of course he's a brit. I told you that.

Dev : No, no, you didn't, actually.

Karen : Well, it's not important. What's important is he's a creep.

Dev : Well, get used to it.

Karen : What is that supposed to mean?

Dev : Well, it means there are a lot of guys out there with a lot of power, and they're hard to deal with, so you should get used to it.

Karen : I don't wanna get used to it.

Dev : Then you create your own suffering.

Karen : I am not creating my own suffering. He is creating my suffering.

Dev : Your British accent's terrible, by the way.

Karen : Marilyn's not British.

Dev : Yeah, well, good thing too. Hey, listen, we've been invited to dinner this Wednesday.

Karen : Who with?

Dev : One of the deputy mayors.

Karen : Ooh!

Dev : Yeah, yeah, yeah. They're thinking about promoting me, actually.

Karen : Awesome! Then you'll be powerful too.

Dev : Yeah. And very hard to deal with.

Karen : Mm...

 

Ivy : Thank you ever so. Thank you ever so.

Jessica : Okay. That's a little spooky.

Ivy : She does this thing with her lips... The top lip doesn't move with the bottom one. Thank you ever so.

Jessica : Okay, you're freaking me out. How are you doing that? Stop it!

 

Julia : Great. Yeah. Thank you, Rene. I'll... I'll get right on this. Bye.

Frank : What was that?

Julia : Meetings for our group start Friday. We need... to write a short letter to the birth mother of our child. Obviously, she'll never get it, because the babies are abandoned and our daughter, let's face it, isn't even born yet, but... Something they ask you to do to get people... engaged in the process. Okay? What? What?

Frank : I just... I just think we need to be more realistic about this.

Julia : Meaning what?

Frank : Their most conservative estimate... two years. I'll be 47 when that baby comes.

Julia : Well, I mean...

Frank : Which would make me 65 when she graduated High School.

Julia : So what, you don't want to do this anymore?

Frank : I'm sorry.

Leo : Well, that's just great.

Frank : Okay, first of all, you should not be eavesdropping.

Leo : It's the only way I find anything out around here.

Frank : That is completely unfair.

Leo : Oh, yeah, you're just ready to tank the whole thing, and I'm the one who sucks.

Julia : Let me.

 

Leo : So I don't get a vote. It's just over.

Julia : No one is saying that.

Leo : He said it. Dad said it.

Julia : Your father has been anxious about this for a long time, Leo. People say things when they're anxious.

Leo : Yeah, like, "I quit."

Julia : That's not what we're saying.

Leo : Mom, we've been talking about this forever. Ever since I was a little kid, you told me I'd be getting a brother or sister.

Julia : We did say that.

Leo : You just told me I had to wait, and then you said... You said my sister is in China. She's waiting for us in China. And I believed you. Why wouldn't I believe you? You told me. She's waiting for us to come and get her. What is gonna happen to her if we don't go get her?

 

Tom : Good show.

Jessica : Bye. Thank you. Good night.

Tom : I hope Derek's not too hideous.

Ivy : He's very professional.

Tom : If he steps out of line, let me know?

Ivy : Ohh. My own Johnny Hyde.

Tom : Who's Johnny Hyde?

Ivy : Marilyn's first agent. He adored her. He was very protective, and then he died tragically, and her career totally tanked. You don't know who Johnny Hyde is?

Tom : I do. I just like listening to you talk about Marilyn. I would have just given it to you.

Ivy : I know.

 

Jerry : Eileen.

Eileen : Hello, Jerry.

Lindsey : Wow. You're Eileen Rand. Wow. You are such a great producer. Hi. I'm Lindsey Mullens.

Eileen : We've met.

Lindsey : I don't think so.

Eileen : I do.

Derek : You all right?

Eileen : Absolutely. How's it going?

Derek : Well, Ivy's terrific. She's a perfectionist.

Eileen : If I'm gonna sink $200,000, in this workshop, I need to know the girl can carry it. Too perfect I can live with.

Derek : Yeah, she's trying too hard. Marilyn never tried.

Eileen : What about the new girl?

Derek : Excellent. Green doesn't even beginning to it.

Eileen : Well, Marilyn was green at the beginning.

Derek : You don't say. I don't know. Maybe neither of them's right for it. Maybe... Scarlett Johansson's movie'll fall through.

Eileen : Get it out of your head. We're not chasing stars on this one. We're casting Marilyn on Friday.

Jordan : Eileen, Derek.

Eileen : Hi, Jordan.

Derek : Hey, Jordan.

Jordan : Can I borrow him a second?

Eileen : Sure.

Derek : I'll be right back.

Jordan : Not too long.

Eileen : I know. Have I given you any indication that I have any interest in speaking with you ever again?

Jerry : Can I have a Manhattan? She'll have one too. So... Derek wills, huh? You managed to hang on to him after My Fair Lady fell through.

Jordan : Ryan has a vampire musical.

Eileen : Would you get out of my booth? I'm not giving you Bond 45 in the divorce, Jerry.

Jerry : What's this Marilyn thing I keep hearing about??

Eileen : It's none of your business.

Jerry : Where you getting the money?

Eileen : Why don't you go back to Mindy?

Jerry : Lindsey.

Eileen : I dot t care what her name is. Would you get out of my booth?

Jerry : Let me give you a little advice, Eileen. We were good partners because I knew the business, which allowed you to be the romantic. All this nonsense, theatre is art... You deluded yourself, and then you fell in love with the delusion. Marilyn, the musical? No one is gonna buy it. You're making a fool of yourself.

Man : Hey!

Eileen : Oh, dear. We're gonna have to find ourselves another restaurant.

Derek : Okay.

 

Eileen : Okay, we're talking 20 the most experienced dancers and singers. And what are we gonna do for the other principals?

Derek : They haven't even finished the end of the book yet. We'll call you back, Bernie!

Eileen : We'll call you back. I'm just gonna touch base with Julia and find out what's happening with the new pages.

Derek : Hang on, Eileen, can we just take a minute to talk about the bigger picture of this?

Eileen : Nothing is bigger than Broadway.

Derek : I'm aware. But what's the plan after the workshop? We... we give people a taste, and then what? We'll work on it for two or three years, and...

Eileen : No. Mostly what I see on Broadway's overworked. You know, I love the songs. I love the scenes they have. I love Marilyn. Why don't we just do it?

Derek : Okay. So...

Eileen : So... We do a workshop, we try it out of town, we bring it to Broadway.

Derek : Well, it's pretty fast.

Eileen : I love fast. Go get me a Marilyn.

 

Dev : See? I was right. You're a terrific dancer.

Karen : The rhythms are really complicated. I can't remember this.

Dev : You have the address of the restaurant, right?

Karen : Yeah. It's in my cell.

Dev : I can pick you up, you know.

Karen : No, no, no, we rehearse till 7:00, so I'll just change at the rehearsal hall and come straight over. Don't worry. I know it's important. I'll be there. Go. You're making me nervous. Get out.

 

Frank : What are you working on?

Julia : Oh. You know, just stuff.

Frank : Listen... I wanna go back to work.

Julia : Oh...

Frank : I know. I know. It's been a while. But there's always a market for good science teachers... And I miss it.

Julia : You miss the periodic table?

Frank : I do, actually. And... I miss the kids.

Julia : And what about the adoption?

Frank : Julia.

Julia : Hmm?

Frank : I can't wait anymore. You have your writing. All I have is the waiting. Leo's gone all day. I need something. And... I'm a teacher. I'm a good teacher. Even though I never could get you to understand p-orbitals.

Julia : Well, that was because every time you'd start describing them, it was just so sexy, I'd get distracted.

 

Derek : I'll see everyone at the callbacks on Friday. Thanks for your work. I appreciate it.

Karen : Thank you.

 

Andrew : There a problem?

Dev : Oh, no, no, no. She's on her way.

Suzanne : I finally get to meet the famous Karen.

Dev : I didn't know she was famous.

Suzanne : Andrew says she's very attractive. That's why he wanted you to bring her. Klein has an eye for the ladies.

Andrew : Look, I'm not gonna say that he doesn't, but fact is, Dev and I are the ones on the line tonight.

 

Derek : Oh, hang on, miss Cartwright. I haven't finished with you yet. You and I need to work on the DiMaggio scene.

Karen : Oh.

Derek : We would have done it earlier, but the dance took a little bit longer than it should have.

Dave : You ready for me?

Derek : Oh, yeah, come on in. Dave's gonna read with you. I'm sorry, is there a problem? It's not gonna take very long.

Karen : No, no.

Derek : Good.

 

Deputy Mayors : So you're the deputy press secretary.

Dev : Yes. Yes, sir.

Andrew : He's doing an amazing job. He is much better with those animals in the press corps than I ever was.

Deputy Mayors : They can be quite a handful.

Dev : You've just got to feed them properly... No red meat.

Deputy Mayors : Andrew says you're very dedicated.

Andrew : She coming?

Dev : Oh, yeah, no. I'm sure she's on her way.

Andrew : 'Cause stability is important in this job.

Suzanne : Even though none of you are ever home.

Dev : I think we should go ahead and order.

 

Dave : I don't like the way they look at you.

Karen : I can't help the way they look at me, Joe.

Dave : You love it. You love every bit of it. The way you walk, the way you sing, the way you dress.

Karen : It's my job to look like this.

Dave : Your job is to take care of me and our home. I gave up baseball. Why can't you give up movies?

Karen : I want to, Joe. Do you need me to be doing more Marilyn? Sorry.

Derek : It's hard to say what it needs, 'cause right now you're not doing anything. Dave, move. Look, Karen... You have a lot of what makes Marilyn essentially in you, okay? So just play the action. You wanna please him. You wanna make him happy. It terrifies you that he's this unhappy. So don't do her. Just be her, okay?

Karen : Okay.

Derek : Okay, let's try again.

 

Dev : Where were you?

Karen : Rehearsal went late.

Dev : I've been texting you for hours.

Karen : I know, I...

Dev : It was mortifying.

Karen : I'm sorry.

Dev : I just don't understand why you couldn't call or text. The last I heard from you was, "I'm on my way." I was worried about you the whole dinner. I couldn't focus.

Karen : I couldn't get out.

Dev : You couldn't even say, sorry, I need a minute? I have to text my boyfriend who I'm standing up! This brilliant, powerful director is that powerful that you couldn't even ask the question?

Karen : I got confused. There wasn't a right moment. I'm sorry. Dev! I'm really sorry.

 

Ivy : I'm not crazy. People wanna think that. They say I'm crazy... I'm sorry.

Derek : No, no. It's difficult.

Ivy : Well, the DiMaggio scene is less internal.

Derek : Quite a bit.

Ivy : It's just that word, crazy, it... Just feels so volatile. She was so afraid her whole life that she'd end up being crazy like her mother.

Derek : Yeah. That's definitely in there.

Ivy : I'm not crazy. People want to think that. They say I'm crazy because I want things, but the things I want... I want love. I don't want... Well... A sex object is a thing. Who would want to be a thing?

Derek : Okay, hang on. May I?

 

Karen : Hey, Dennis.

Dennis : Hi. Hey, Ivy.

Ivy : Hi.

Dennis : Oh... You look fantastic.

Ivy : Ha. I'm fine. I'm good.

Dennis : You're gonna be great.

Tom : Ivy.

Ivy : Hi, hi, hi! Mmm!

Tom : You look stunning.

Dennis : Doesn't she?

Tom : Look at that top. Perfect choice, of course.

Ivy : Sit, sit, sit.

Julia : Thank you so much for doing this.

Karen : Oh. I'm thrilled you've given me the chance.

Julia : Well, hopefully, we won't be torturing you for too much longer.

Karen : It is nerve-wracking.

Julia : Everything feels so important the first time.

Karen : Doesn't it feel that way every time?

Julia : Yes. It does feel that way every time. You're just a a little more used to it driving you crazy.

Dennis : Yeah, just be you.

Julia : Good luck.

Karen : Thanks.

Julia : Come on, Tom.

Tom : Okay! Have to go.

 

Derek : So we'll start with the dance call and then move on to the scene work.

Eileen : Good for me.

Derek : Hey. Just relax. You're great in this.

Karen : Thanks.

Derek : Oh, and guys, the song was so good, we just went ahead and staged the whole thing. Karen, let's take a look. Josh.

Josh : Norma Jeane Mortenson, screen test for 20th century fox.  Are you ready to fox-trot, miss Mortenson?

[Karen & the Marilyn Cast - The 20th Century Fox Mambo ]

 

Eileen : Well, no one can say we don't have enough information.

Derek : Nope. Information we have.

Julia : I thought Karen's dancing was good.

Derek : She might be green, but she's certainly trained.

Eileen : She's a star.

Derek : Well, you can't say that until it happens, but it could happen, yes.

Tom : Ivy was incredible.

Derek : She was.

Tom : I thought she was completely spontanious and sexy.

Derek : Yes, she is that and more. She's intelligent, she's passionate. She's beautiful. I thought her reading of the new pages was pitch-perfect.

Eileen : Was it too perfect?

Derek : Yeah, I dunno. There's a loneliness there, a wound that... was heart-breaking, really. And Karen is more of an innocent, which is also good for Marilyn.

Eileen : So?

Scott : They getting anywhere?

Ellis : Not yet.

 

Lianne : Any word yet?

Karen : I'm about to crawl out of my skin.

 

Dennis : Nothing yet?

Ivy : Not a word.

Dennis : This is awful.

Ivy : I know. Night, you guys. Night.

Dennis : You okay?

Ivy : I don't want to talk about it.

Jessica : I can't believe it's going on like this.

Ivy : I don't want to talk about it.

Tom : Ivy.

Ivy : Hi.

Tom : I wanted to come and tell you in person.

Ivy : I didn't get it. God, I didn't get it. It's okay. It's okay, Tom. I just have to get outta here.

Tom : Ivy, stop! You got it.

Ivy : I got it?

Tom : You're Marilyn.

Ivy : Oh, my God, I got it!

Tom : Are you all right?

Ivy : I don't know what to do. I don't know what to do!

 

Derek : So you feel good about our choice?

Eileen : If I didn't, I wouldn't have gone along with it. She's a very talented young lady.

Derek : And lucky.

Eileen : We're all lucky.

Derek : And the Cartwright girl, maybe not so much.

Eileen : That's true. But I'd keep my eye on that one.

Derek : Eileen, I need to talk to you about something.

Eileen : Yes?

Derek : I, uh... I don't want it getting back to you in a bad way. Jerry's picked up the option on My Fair Lady.

Eileen : He did?

Derek : Yeah. He wants me back on board. You know, I spent three years of my life on that production. That's a lot of work. So I, uh... Basically went ahead and told him to, uh, shove it.

Eileen : You did?

Derek : Yeah. Call me crazy, but I kinda like Marilyn. She is not the American Eliza Doolittle at all. She's much more interesting than that.

Eileen : I certainly think so.

Derek : It also helps you're easier on the eye than Jerry. See you tomorrow.

 

Tom Kitt : Hey, I just heard that it's a special night for one of our friends. Ivy Lynn just landed a big gig playing Marilyn Monroe in a new musical headed for Broadway. Come on, Ivy, how 'bout a song?

Ivy : Oh, no.

All : Ivy, Ivy, Ivy, Ivy, Ivy!

 

Mrs. Walters : Okay. Would anyone else like to share their letter?

Julia : I-I guess I can. "To the birth mother of my daughter. Our lives are so far distant from each other, it is as if neither of us exists. I will never know you, even though you may give birth to her, my daughter may never know you as well. But I want you to know I will guard her like a lion. I will raise her with love, I will protect her from the wounds of loneliness. She will be a child of two lands, and she will wear that knowledge with pride. And at night, we will call to you on the wind and perhaps you will hear us and know she is safe."

Frank : Sorry. Uh... I thought I couldn't make it. But, uh... then I decided I couldn't miss it.

Mrs. Walters : Well, we were just reading the letters that people have written.

Woman : And she wrote the best one.

Man : I wish I had written that one.

 

[Ivy - Crazy Dreams ]

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