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After Greg, Nathaniel and Josh all declared their feelings for Rebecca, she's going to go on dates with each of them to help clarify which guy is truly for her.
The episode was rated from 136 votes.
Rachel Bloom and the cast of the series perform live versions of fan-favorite songs along with incredible staging, multimedia visuals and a live band and orchestra.
The episode was rated from 46 votes.
Rebecca makes a life-changing decision about her future.
The episode was rated from 146 votes.
Rebecca tries to come to grips with her new life and some new information about herself.
The episode was rated from 277 votes.
Rebecca takes her quest for revenge to the next level as her friends unite to try and help her.
The episode was rated from 277 votes.
Rebecca goes home to Westchester where she draws closer to her mother and tries to find a way forward. The friends and co-workers she left behind, including Paula and Nathaniel, struggle with their emotions regarding her departure.The episode was rated from 273 votes.
Rebecca and Josh head to Los Angeles to present their case, which also forces them to confront their long buried feelings. Greg grapples with his feelings for Rebecca, while Darryl and White Josh continue to explore their newfound feelings for one another.The episode was rated from 337 votes.
Rebecca’s father makes a surprise appearance, which gets Rebecca’s hopes up for her future, while Josh takes a hard look at himself. White Josh and Darryl find themselves at an unexpected crossroads.The episode was rated from 365 votes.
Rebecca gets a call to help her old nemesis out of a complicated situation. Nathaniel, Josh and Greg attempt to deal with their competing feelings for Rebecca. Pete Gardner, Vella Lovell and Gabrielle Ruiz also star.The episode was rated from 132 votes.
Rebecca tries to stick to her plan for happiness while Nathaniel and Maya bond over their feelings of unrequited love.The episode was rated from 161 votes.
Last updated: jun 24, 2021
Never into musicals but I am liking this show. It is fun and different and makes me laugh. The singing is entertaining and sounds good. I hope the ratings increase so that they will keep making it. Probably one the few shows I look forward to anymore.
i cant even put into words how much i love this show and how happy it makes me
This is such a weird little show lol
Just discovered this gem, working my way through it. The first time in a long time I've been excited about a new show. It's silly and self aware and real and easy to identify with the characters. A real modern sit-com.
If you're into resolutions about your previous toxic relationships and one bad ex, you're gonna love this epic adventure of a lady who has got [spoiler]BPD[/spoiler]. This is not a show, this is basically the remedy for anxiety and depression. I love it so much.
its like if glee was slightly less shit
I've been a fan of Rachel Bloom's singing and writing ever since her video "F*ck me, Ray Bradbury" popped up on YouTube. Her videos have never let being "offensive" stand in the way of comedy and pokes fun at today's "PC-climate". I came into this show worried that her writing would've been toned down to suit broadcast TV rather than cable or on-line services. Musical comedy, especially non-PC, written by a YouTube star might not translate to the TV screen and isn't exactly mainstream to begin with. Halfway through the first episode all my doubts had vanished. It's funny, clever, satirical and different. It's less like "The Big Bang Theory" and more like "South Park".
So no one was gonna tell me the protagonist straight up says "Of course I support Israel" huh
A crazy ex-girlfriend who gives up her life to move to a small town just so that she can stalk her ex because she wants to be with him forever? Yes, that's how it starts, but the series Crazy Ex Girlfriend goes much further and deals in its 4 seasons with many more serious topics packed into an entertaining show with many musical interludes. And exactly these musical numbers are probably the biggest USP of the series. The actors sing funny or more serious songs here on topics such as sex during menstruation ("Period Sex" (Season 2)), antidepressants ("Anti-Depressants Are So Not A Big Deal" (Season 4)) or the generalization of prejudices ( "Let's Generalize About Men" (Season 3)). Many of these songs are on Youtube and the like. to find and are the highlight for the fans of the series, which is whistled for breakfast coffee in the morning. I don't want to anticipate the story of the 4 seasons, so I'm not going to go into much here. At its core the series accompanies Rebecca Bunch - the Crazy Ex - who initially wants to win over her ex, but in the course of the series realizes that she has deeper problems with which she often refuses to deal with herself. Starting from her job as a lawyer, other characters come across each with their own problems in their lives and / or in cooperation with Rebecca. Divorced marriages, non-heterosexual sexuality, fear of failure, you name it. For me, dealing with all of these problems openly is the greatest strength in the message of this series. Nobody has "no problems". But dealing with it openly clears a lot of heartache. And also extremely funny musical numbers on topics that nobody else touches with the pliers? But hello! 8/10
started off really well but the towards the end it just dragged on with the same old story line, glad it's over.
While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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