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- The 20 best songs from “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” ranked
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The 20 best songs from “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” ranked
A compilation of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's best musical referenceswhat
The song deserves some love for being the final group number of the series alone, but "Love's Not a Game" is also incredibly hysterical and an ode to "Guys and Dolls. Favorite line: "We definitely shouldn't do this, we definitely shouldn't do this. This is bad, this is bad. We're going to hell, this is bad! Favorite line: "Check out every guy I used to date, and deduce who broke up with who, based on the hesitation in our smiles. Favorite line: "I'm aware mental illness is stigmatized, but the stigma is worth it if I've realized who I'm meant to be, armed with my diagnosis.
That gets a triumphant zig-a-zow! Home Base transforms into an old-timey pub for this jig that allows Greg to tell his friends about his alcoholism. The highlight of Grebecca Version 1. Your maiden ship got wrecked. My penis is the reason you may die, die, die. I gave you a UTI.
Over four seasons and more than songs, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has parodied nearly every possible topic and musical genre. Even their middling entries would still be the envy of the YouTube parody culture from which Bloom emerged. The season-one subplot about Greg overseeing romantic intrigue at the grocery store was a bit of a space filler as it is, and though it only clocks in about 45 seconds, this grocery-themed acoustic tune still feels agonizingly long. Is this a much bigger issue in Southern California? After all, Greg was able to keep his drinking problem under the radar — well, from everyone but Paula — for quite some time. Nonetheless ….
To be clear, there are many, many worthy songs that it pained us to leave off this list. Rebecca started out the final season in prison, and sang this mournful ballad about how alone she felt — not knowing that Nathaniel and Josh were feeling the exact same way. And singing about it, too. Even the creepy grocery guy. Back when Greg was still an alcohol-soaked sourpuss — and looked a lot different than he does now — he delivered this Weezer-y anthem for cynical jerks everywhere, boasting about all the great stuff he could do in life if he actually gave two s—ts about anything. This insanely catchy doo-wop ditty is a perfect example of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend finding laughs in a highly specific subject: the gusty Santa Ana winds that plague southern California each year.
Currently the team have gifted us with original songs, and I set out to decide which were the 25 best. And no, there is absolutely no TeamGreg bias here whatsoever. But I could! It sounds terrible. No money, no, no money!
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The 25 Best ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Songs Ranked
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has never been the most popular show on television, but it has undoubtedly had some of the best, and weirdest, musical numbers. Over four seasons, creators Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna delivered a show that never shied from doing something different. And it pulled off the impressive feat of portraying mental illness—in particular borderline personality disorder—through musical-comedy. Of course, not all the extravagant, outrageous, belly-laugh-inducing original songs in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend —written by Bloom along with Jack Dolgen and Adam Schlesinger —had a higher social purpose. Most of the more than song-and-dance numbers produced for the show were just plain entertaining. Paroxetine, paroxetine! Citalopram, citalopram!
Here's My Ranking Of The 25 Best "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" Songs — You Know I'm Right