Somebody's getting fired over this … oh wait, everybody already did
Poor “Smash” can't seem to get anything right. This time, it was the spelling of one of its star's names in the digital print version opening credits of the show's last-ever episode.
An individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap that an error in the digital print version is being corrected. The on-air print is different than digital because it aired as a two-hour show. Online, they are two separate one-hour episodes.
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A-n-j-e-l-i-c-a H-u-s-t-o-n may spell her name in a way that is a nightmare for Spell-Check, but you would think she has accomplished enough to be properly credited in the series finale of her own NBC show.
In the opening credits in digital print (that goes to outlets like Hulu), Huston's first name was spelled with the more-common “g” than the “j” she uses: Angelica. Well, at least her last name was not spelled like the city in Texas. Or the street in New York City, which you had better not pronounce like the city in Texas.
One look at Huston's IMDb page, and you will see this isn't the first time she was credited with the standard spelling. More interestingly, that same glance will reveal her very first role, an uncredited one, as Agent Mimi's hand model in 1967's “Casino Royale.”