This song starts off as a pleasant enough hippie-dippie consciousness-raising opposite-of-love-fest ("Love's a real time-suck/It really get's your mind stuck/On things that, later on/You'll be like, "why? Leans — hard -- into the theatricality of its musical-theatricality, down to a locution ("Oif oi wuz 'er, oid keel mesoilf!") And also lines like "Yes, we saw that article in The Atlantic/... And then we peed on The Atlantic." Never let it be said this show doesn't give voice to the voiceless, power to the powerless, body fat to the body fatless. That ache! v • e • d Season Three Songs "Where's Rebecca Bunch?" Who else could express all that anatomical detail, and despair, in such a sweet, pure voice, and not have it come off like a cheap gag? (Meat-on-a-stick reference = +2 ranking points.) More importantly: NO REPRISES ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION, because — sing along with me — reprises make the data noisy. I mean, listen to the beautiful, understated work going in the opening seconds, the seamless shift: "Do I have to sing an inspirational musical-theater song right now 'cause I just can'tWHAT DOES THE FUUU-TURE HOLD". Hyatt. Plus, again, that mole line. Look, I've said it before, and hopefully I'll get a chance to say it again, next season: This show needs to give White Josh (David Hull) more to do, and shirtlessly. This one's all about the delivery. Rachel Bloom), Let's Generalize About Men (feat. — then stands back and lets us bask in the discomfiting cognitive dissonance. Greg Gayne/The CW It was only a matter of time before this show went all-out Fosse, and this number doesn't disappoint. All songs in season 3 were released as singles following their airing, with the exception of "The End of the Movie" by Josh Groban, which was featured in the episode, "Josh's Ex-Girlfriend Is Crazy". Granted, this I-Love-the-80's/Pointer Sisters pastiche is the song I've gone back to the most this season, for several reasons. I mean, listen to the beautiful, understated work going in the opening seconds, the seamless shift: "Do I have to sing an inspirational musical-theater song right now 'cause I just can'tWHAT DOES THE FUUU-TURE HOLD". Vella Lovell's Heather has been overdue for big moment like this one from her very first eye-roll back in season one. in the car, try not to do it when stopped at a traffic light. If you can right now, please consider a donation in any amount. "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Theme" TV theme songs that describe a show's plot went extinct with scrunchies, which is why this furiously paced 34-second show tune is such a … It's not the idea of the thing that got it here — let's face it, as forms go, Skeptical Person Involuntarily Gives In To Big Musical Number enjoyed its cultural apotheosis with Buffy's Once More With Feeling. Which is to say, it perfectly encapsulates Josh's character. Again, the explicit version is worth it. No-oh-oh-oh-OH. Yowza. Said ranking, moreover, is based on a scientific application of the Rules of Musical Comedy Efficiency And Excellence, which are totally real, verifiable things and not something I just made up, but don't bother to check on that because their real verifiable thingness is known only to a select inner circle of us big-time professional-type critics. Every pained grunt, every murmured aside ("Like, so on the nose") is fresh and funny and manages to surprise, no matter how many times you hear it. Even those numbers languishing near the bottom of this ranking represent distinct feats of musical logistics. Her Dr. Akopian is always welcome, particularly when she gets to bust out those golden pipes as she does here, offering a song of resolve, and hope, and self-confidence, and not-taking-insurance. The theme song to "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" on the CW! And this bit, featuring the song "stylings" of the great Eddie Pepitone, is bright and perky and funny ("It's nothing but platonic!/His bigotry's ironic!") I'm always here for a Donna Lynne Champlin spotlight number, and this steers into her particular gifts with verve and aplomb. It's sweet, and gratifyingly mean, but its ambitious are modest. Another season of the darkly brilliant series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has come to an end, and now, as has happened twice before, it falls to me the doughty task of sorting its original songs — 25 of them, this year — into a clear-eyed, dispassionate, purely objective, precision-engineered ranking that gleams with the cold light of surgical steel. Case in point, this Motown number — a genre the show's had fun with before — but not with this much cheery, toe-tappin' bile ("She's being so nice/It fills my soul/For once I don't want her /To have a cancerous mole!"). All 109 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 1 Soundtrack, listed by episode with scene descriptions. Top 10 Songs From Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 2 - Duration: 6:39. I Never Want to See Josh Again. You did, I can tell. That swooping melody is what would happen if Les Miz met Phantom in a cheap motel for a quickie, but listen to McMillian's plaintiveness, here. Généralités. Also the neon! Meanwhile, Josh finds becoming a priest is harder than he thought. Languishing down here in the high teens and twenties we find the Land of Book Numbers — songs that advance the plot. The guitar licks are lickable enough, fittingly, for this 80s buddy-cop-movie-theme pastiche, but without the visuals (Donna Lynne Champlin's Paula dragging her feet, her whole body, her very bone-weary soul through Rebecca's Bad Boys II-ish shenanigans) this does what it needs to, and little more. Getting Over Jeff. That's ... that's one reason, I suppose. Said ranking, moreover, is based on a scientific application of the Rules of Musical Comedy Efficiency And Excellence, which are totally real, verifiable things and not something I just made up, but don't bother to check on that because their real verifiable thingness is known only to a select inner circle of us big-time professional-type critics. This song is emblematic of the needle this show's been threading all season long — respecting how fraught and complicated a prospect it is to turn the travails of mental illness into blistering one-liners and catchy ditties ... and then doing it anyway. She's got to sell the transition between Heather's baseline bored reluctance and the demands of a splashy "I Want" song. Turns out, the corollary to the "We'll Never Have Problems Again" Hand-Clap Rule (i.e., No songs with hand-claps are bad songs) is the "Strip Away My Conscience" Finger-Snap Rule. The idea is interesting, but the song itself is a little lackluster, especially considering just how catchy the theme songs from the first two seasons were. This season, as always, the show's commitment to squeezing the writing, scoring, rehearsing, recording, choreographing and performing of this many full-bore, pull-out-the-stops musical numbers into a rushed television production schedule is nothing short of remarkable, and should be lauded (and rewarded with a fourth season). "Maybe She's Not Such a Heinous Bitch After All". originale : 13 octobre 2017 – 16 février 2018: Nb. No, this song is all about its combined lyrical effect. Watch season 4 starting Friday, October 12th on The CW! But that's the difference between you, cookie, and me, a professional big-time critic-type-person. Always, always opt for the explicit. It can do so with a lyrical insight, an arresting musical phrase or a clever metafictional flourish. In the meantime, kindly forward any and all Peabodys, Pulitzers and/or Nobels to my NPR address. NOTE: The broadcast version is called "Buttload of Cats," and I trust I don't need to tell how much less satisfying that noise is. After three seasons it's patently self-evident that this show can pull off an old-school Hollywood musical pastiche in its sleep. In other words, it's the Platonic example of this show's mission statement. This season, as always, the show's commitment to squeezing the writing, scoring, rehearsing, recording, choreographing and performing of this many full-bore, pull-out-the-stops musical numbers into a rushed television production schedule is nothing short of remarkable, and should be lauded (and rewarded with a fourth season). "This Session Is Going to be Different". The very bookiest. 40m. "When we exit a pool/We do it in slow motion!" Description. And while the visuals of this song are ... a sop to my own personal Cerberus, the utter cheesiness of the vocals ("This is our quiet personal time to reflect/Ect, ect, ect, ect") are really what puts this over. Do your nasty thing. At last, a perennially downtrodden cohort of the populace gets a chance to be heard — the genetically and muscularly privileged male. Last season's "Man Nap" covered a lot of this same, toxic-masculinity-poorly-conceals-a-wounded-infantilism ground, but Nathaniel's would-be club banger is a funnier, more accomplished endeavor all around, because of the details: He loves bottle-feeding panda cubs and identifying with monkeys ("Their eyes look like MY eyes!")! If this song was even just a little longer, it would have clawed its way higher up the list, despite the simplicity of its Chicago-tinged arrangement, for two reasons: Michael. The season stars Rachel Bloom as Rebecca Bunch, a distraught young woman, dealing with the consequences of pleading guilty to attempted murder at the end of the previous season. Never mind! (Meat-on-a-stick reference = +2 ranking points.) Rachel Bloom) 1. All 68 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 3 Soundtrack, listed by episode with scene descriptions. Here, for the first time on the list, two versions of this song are available — the broadcast, and the explicit. More importantly: NO REPRISES ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION, because — sing along with me — reprises make the data noisy. Not a thing! As always, you may disagree with this ranking, in whole or in part. 2. That big finish kicked it up the rankings a couple notches. Oh Nathaniel, It's On! "Maybe She's Not Such a Heinous Bitch After All". It's not the idea of the thing that got it here — let's face it, as forms go, Skeptical Person Involuntarily Gives In To Big Musical Number enjoyed its cultural apotheosis with Buffy's Once More With Feeling. He'd be better served by a number that would let him take us along on his way to a moment of revelation, be it joyous ("Gettin' Bi") or horrified ("I Love My Daughter"). — then stands back and lets us bask in the discomfiting cognitive dissonance. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend S3 Songs, Ranked The recently concluded third season of The CW's darkly hilarious musical comedy series featured 25 original songs; once again, Glen Weldon ranks them all … Rodriguez is in fine voice here, and the Holy Ghost joke — which only really lands if you see the number — is just dumb enough to be charming. Point is! And while the visuals of this song are ... a sop to my own personal Cerberus, the utter cheesiness of the vocals ("This is our quiet personal time to reflect/Ect, ect, ect, ect") are really what puts this over. Who else could express all that anatomical detail, and despair, in such a sweet, pure voice, and not have it come off like a cheap gag? You thought this would be number one. 6. Where's Rebecca Bunch? All 12 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend season 3 episode 2: To Josh, With Love, with scene descriptions. This song wraps some very dark, and troubling, and just really no-good sentiments inside a lovely and (very deliberately) conventional Broadway melody — like a delicious but poisonous show-tune burrito! Regardez la bande-annonce "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - saison 3 Bande-annonce VO" de la série Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - Saison 3 sur AlloCiné The 80's power-ballad buildup. That means Rebecca's fierce wedding-aisle redux of "After Everything You Made Me Do (That I Didn't Ask For);" the winkingly meta — make that muggingly meta — "He's the New Guy;" that wrenchingly sad second bite of the "Face Your Fears" apple; and Trent's note-perfect "I'm Just a Boy in Love," didn't make the cut. Josh's Ex-Girlfriend Is Crazy. Ask questions and download or stream the entire … Generally. Release year: 2015. The hair! You thought this would be number one. The third season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend premiered on The CW on October 13, 2017 and ran … 13. No, look, a lot of the charge this song carries comes from the visual — the Josh Groban reveal, coming as it does so late. At last, a perennially downtrodden cohort of the populace gets a chance to be heard — the genetically and muscularly privileged male. Again, the explicit version is worth it. Nobody but DLC, is who. 16. But the deliberate hackiness of repeating the last word in the previous line gets a lot of fun play here — I could listen to Groban sink his teeth into the very, very stupid line, "Role-oh-ole-oh-OLE" all damn day. "instrumentation." Those strings! Those horns sound great, and the lyrics get a point boost for high degree of difficulty: "So tell me 'bout your sins/And shock me with their luridness/Let me be your pupil/Let me choke on your cocksuredness/INN-U-EN-DO!". Rebecca, unsatisfied with Paula's ideas to build a case against Josh, turns to Nathaniel for help crafting a truly evil plan. Once again, the joke of the number is simple, and primarily visual: The opening credits of a cheesy erotic thriller created entirely in Rebecca's (deeply narcissistic) mind. It's just that some songs manage to hurl themselves higher up the chart, for reasons we'll get into below. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creators Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna broke down six songs from season three, including “Buttload of Cats,” “Very First Penis I Saw,” “End of the Movie (feat. Vella Lovell's Heather has been overdue for big moment like this one from her very first eye-roll back in season one. Homonyms are fun. ("It's my doody/To spread it all over the world.") To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. She lets us hear Heather's deadpan disgust throughout, allowing the musical arrangement do all the jazz-handy work. That's exactly the point — these women aren't arriving at breathtaking new insights, they're getting drunk and voicing strongly held beliefs — "a bunch of blanket statements"-- in an environment of mutual support. Gardner's always great, even if this particular song doesn't ask as much of him as his previous solos did. Hyatt. Admit it. The shoulderpads and skirts and hose and shoes! Rachel Bloom as Rebecca, Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula, Vella Lovell as Heather and Gabrielle Ruiz as Valencia on the CW's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend est une série télévisée américaine créée par Rachel Bloom et Aline Brosh McKenna et diffusée entre le 12 octobre 2015 [1] et le 5 avril 2019 sur le réseau The CW et au Canada sur Showcase [2] puis le réseau Global.. En Suisse et au Luxembourg, la première saison est disponible en français sur Netflix depuis le 15 décembre 2016 et en Belgique depuis 2017. Always, always opt for the explicit. TV Shows; Movies; Games; Trending Music; Blog; Sign In; Join; Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Soundtrack. That's exactly the point — these women aren't arriving at breathtaking new insights, they're getting drunk and voicing strongly held beliefs — "a bunch of blanket statements"-- in an environment of mutual support. If you find yourself singing along to "It wasn't technically Hitler's fault!/(It wasn't technically Hitler's fauuuuuult! In honor of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s 100th song in its latest episode of the third season, we take a look at the best songs from this season so far.. 2018 Preview SONG TIME Where's Rebecca Bunch? If this song was even just a little longer, it would have clawed its way higher up the list, despite the simplicity of its Chicago-tinged arrangement, for two reasons: Michael. The hair! You may now commence your caviling and quibbling. Necessary even! The spin Ruiz's Valencia puts on the last word in the line, "All men only want to have say-ux!," for example. Haven't I said below that it's the songs that engage with season three's darkness that earn high positions? Données clés; Série: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Pays d'origine: États-Unis: Chaîne d'origine: The CW: Diff. 129. Support GBH. Look, I've said it before, and hopefully I'll get a chance to say it again, next season: This show needs to give White Josh (David Hull) more to do, and shirtlessly. NOTE: The broadcast version is called "Buttload of Cats," and I trust I don't need to tell how much less satisfying that noise is. "Life Doesn't Make Narrative Sense (The End of the Movie)". And the fact that the observations made about men are so hack, so basic, so An Evening at the Improv. Those horns sound great, and the lyrics get a point boost for high degree of difficulty: "So tell me 'bout your sins/And shock me with their luridness/Let me be your pupil/Let me choke on your cocksuredness/INN-U-EN-DO!". No, look, a lot of the charge this song carries comes from the visual — the Josh Groban reveal, coming as it does so late. Point is! But then we arrive at the heart of what it's really about: Rebecca's artisanal blend of self-loathing and narcissism ("And suddenly the lakes have all run dry/AND IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT!"). Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is an American musical comedy-drama television series, created by Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna, that premiered on The CW on October 12, 2015. The desperation you can hear in Rebecca's voice. This song is about something real, and decidedly unpretty, and still finds time to muse on the role of parental figures on our romantic destiny. "instrumentation." 4:00 PREVIEW Let's Generalize About Men (feat. Whom. )/Hitler's brother died/And that made him super sad!" The desperation evident in the rhyme scheme ("With a diagnoooooosis/I'm ready to bloooooow this/Joint, and by joint I mean my innner sense/Of confusion"). Trust me. There. The supreme confidence of a line like "It really made me drop my jaw"! The earrings! The secret to a song securing a high berth in this ranking is for it to end up in a different place than it started, by growing beyond its premise: to invert its genre trappings, to innovate, interrogate — to surprise. Il est presque certain que la saison 5 de Crazy Ex Girlfriend est annulée. Well, yeah, sure. The fourth and final season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend premiered on The CW on October 12, 2018 and ran for 18 episodes until April 5, 2019. Glenda Jackson stars as Maud, a woman determined to find her missing friend Elizabeth. Josh Is a Liar. Ties Set To Deliver Poem At Biden Inauguration. After three seasons it's patently self-evident that this show can pull off an old-school Hollywood musical pastiche in its sleep. Saison 3 de Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. But here, the execution is what sells it. As always, you may disagree with this ranking, in whole or in part. But the premise of its first verse is simply — very simply — iterated in subsequent ones. And that, people, is why "The Moment is Me" has earned its spot here, as King of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season Three Mountain. The brightness of the arrangement! Another season of the darkly brilliant series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has come to an end, and now, as has happened twice before, it falls to me the doughty task of sorting its original songs — 25 of them, this year — into a clear-eyed, dispassionate, purely objective, precision-engineered ranking that gleams with the cold light of surgical steel. This is another song about something real, and defiantly unpretty, and rarely discussed, much less sung about — our collective search for answers, our need to belong, our belief that a medical diagnosis represents the magical end of suffering, not the beginning of a long process of managing it. We get it: Their relationship is a passionate but highly formalized dance — precise movement imposing a strict decorum that effectively channels how hot they are for one another. Ask questions and download or stream the entire … Toggle navigation. (feat. 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