After last week’s tearjerker of an episode, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend took the time to slow down and show the impact of her suicide attempt not only on her, but her friends as well, in addition to finally giving Rebecca a diagnosis that was something other than anxiety and depression.
WARNING: THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THE MOST RECENT EPISODE OF CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND.
Here, watch this hilarious music video for “Maybe She’s Not Such a Heinous Bitch After All” while I try to stop crying about the ending to this week’s episode of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
WARNING: THIS SONG CONTAINS MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR THE ENDING OF LAST NIGHT’S CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
It’s called “The Buzzing from the Bathroom” and it’s about, as the Cracked clickbait title exclaims, how Tim can’t really please his wife. I do actually believe this is the first solo song by a non-main cast member...and Michael McMillian has the pipes for it.
Greetings, Bunchheads. (Bunchers? West Covinans? CEGers?) Welcome to the first episode of the third season, where we finally find out just how much of a crazy ex-girlfriend Rebecca can become. And if you want to watch a special sneak preview of tonight’s episode, here’s a song that asks the question of the evening:…
“I know, my hair is dark, so I look evil, but I’m wearing white, which is ironic.” And with that, Rebecca Bunch stakes her claim on getting revenge against her ex-fiance Josh Chan. But what else will season three entail aside from this revenge-getting and, of course, stepping on pretzels? What would cause Valencia to…
Rachel Bloom is the main actor, writer, and co-creator of the Emmy and Golden Globe-winning show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. In fact, Bloom won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy for the first year of the show. But you should totally know that she totally doesn’t care about award shows.
It’s hard being a woman in the workplace, especially if you are the boss. You need to show you are the boss, but also be nice, but not too nice and also how much boob is too much boob? Thankfully, Rachel Bloom, writer, star, and co-creator of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, is here with a music video she made for Vanity Fair’s Founders Fair
And no, I’m not talking about the amazing Slipknot-inspired song, “What a Rush to Be a Bride,” where Rebecca and Paula headbang to heavy metal while discussing what she’s going to say in her vows and how “EVIL” is actually an anagram for “VEIL.”
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has included a myriad of songs about different topics. One song, however, that kept on getting interrupted and never seen in total was “Period Sex,” Rebecca Bunch’s anthem to having sex while on her period. The show’s loss is our gain, however, as Rachel Bloom has released the entirety of the song…
“I’m Your Best Friend,” sung by Darryl to Paula, isn’t the best song Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has ever done, but it might be the most heartfelt.
What happens when you suddenly discover that an ex has a new girlfriend? Well, you might spiral down the well of online stalking, in which case “Research Me Obsessively” (sung by Brittany Snow) has got you covered.
It’s hard getting over a breakup, especially if it’s one right after another and if you are Rebecca Bunch and define yourself by your relationships. So it’s no wonder that the last episode of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had Rebecca haunted by the “Memory Spirits” (or “Polter-Guys”) of Josh and Greg, who sung a wonderfully…
Boy, last night’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was a doozy. Lots of stuff happened. But before that stuff happened, we got this amazing musical number where Rebecca was Marilyn Monroe and surrounded by mathematicians all trying to teach her about triangles.
So Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has been back now for two weeks and it’s already big on the reveals. On the top of the list: Greg Serrano (Santino Fontana), one part of the Rebecca-Josh-Greg love triangle, has finally realized he is an alcoholic and is now sober. So, of course, in this episode, “When Will Josh See How Cool I…
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is coming back and if you haven’t seen it, now is your chance to binge-watch the entire first season on Netflix. And, in anticipation of the premiere, Entertainment Weekly has released the first music video of the season, entitled “Love Kernels” and clearly based on Beyonce’s Lemonade.
Hello, all. Did you miss the insane hilariousness and musicality of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend? Well, wait no more. Wait, hold on, this is only a promo, so I guess you do have to wait until October 21st, but still: this promo is hilarious. And it looks like all the musical numbers will be hilarious.