All 6 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend season 1 episode 13: Josh And I Go To…, with scene descriptions. —AR, “I’m So Happy That Josh Is So Happy!” season 1, episode 7, Rebecca’s spot-on turn at a sultry French torch song is hilariously over-the-top, while hinting at her very real problems with coping mechanisms. “Where’s the Bathroom?” is a tour de force, a master class in guilt-tripping sold by Tovah Feldshuh’s incomparable and unstoppable gusto. Up until episode 38, when … It’s hard not to nod in recognition when she demands to know whether there’s a secret manual on how to be a normal person that everyone has but her — or to keep from cringe-laughing when she growls, “I know you have the manual, Patrick; I know it’s in your truck, Patrick!” —CG, This song was the perfect introduction to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s pervasive and cheerful excoriation of gender roles and the ridiculous societal expectations placed on women. Find all 306 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Soundtrack, listed by episode with scene descriptions. —GK, Trent had two jobs: look sexy and get ready. —AR, This cutesy Shirley Temple number returns to the well-trod ground of Rebecca’s daddy issues without adding much new. Anyone can brag about being good at yoga, but imaginary Valencia boasts that not only does she have vaginal orgasms, but she’s also not afraid of clowns and trains. Hey, we didn’t see this placement coming either, but you know what? The lyrics are razor-sharp throughout (“We’re gonna braid each other’s hair / then cut each other’s braids / connect the braids to build a rope / to hang all of Congress”), escalating to a hilariously antagonistic “roll call” that introduces “The Brainy One” (head of censorship and mind control), “The Cool One” (puts drugs in the water supply), and “The Sexy One” (czar of torture). Zigga-zow! —GK, The show’s decision to focus closely on Rebecca’s mental health instead of shrugging and saying, “She’s crazy!” was one of the smartest things it could have done in its third season: As soon as Rebecca had an actual diagnosis to work with, her world got a whole lot more grounded and a lot more interesting. All the deeper explorations of her psyche that we get over the course of the rest of the show are rooted in this song. Ratings varied wildly from person to person: Because the fundamental appeal of a Crazy Ex-Girlfriend song is almost always the “too real!” factor, and everyone has a different “too real!” trigger, no one could agree on which songs were outstanding as opposed to merely good. In this ’80s power anthem homage, the girls indulge in “some kind of primal ritual we need now and then,” i.e., complaining about men as a universal collective. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s sit back and let the fit hot guys tell us about what’s troubling them. —Caroline Framke, “Why Is Josh’s Ex-Girlfriend Eating Carbs?” season 2, episode 5, A good Josh song is always like Josh himself — a little fluffy, a little vacant, and straight to the point. Dark HorseKaty Perry. So this one, which shows off Champlin’s range while poking fun at Paula’s love of telling Rebecca exactly what she should do, was and remains a welcome treat. Hearing Rebecca’s litany of questionable-to-illegal behavior compressed into two searing minutes is deeply uncomfortable, but Bloom sells the hell out of it, sending the series’ definitive romantic relationship out on a literal high note. And while this show is generally a master at sliding around FCC regulations, there may have had no greater (and more beautifully constructed) test than this song’s purred, “Let me choke on your cocksuredness.” —CF, Full disclosure: One person on our panel inflated this ranking by rating Darryl’s nearly lyric-free dance number much higher than everyone else, who apparently lack that person’s admiration for a nicely curated cheese platter and and a well-chopped throw pillow. Too real!”. —CG, “Josh Just Happens to Live Here!” season 1, episode 1, The magic of this scene and song isn’t that great Richard Gere rhyme — it’s the way it uses the setup of a traditional lover’s duet to make clear that the real endgame pairing of this series is a One True Friendship between two women. Josh's Ex-Girlfriend Is Crazy. Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" was co-written by Sarah Hudson, who is a singer-songwriter and a member of the Pop group Ultraviolet Sound. For proof that democracy is broken, look no further than the fact that “You Stupid Bitch” was ranked No. Sample lyric: “It’s something I’d like to demystify / It’s not a phase / I’m not confused / Not … 02. Novak cameo. Oh Nathaniel, It's On! —CG, “Josh Is the Man of My Dreams, Right?” season 2, episode 11, With barely more than 15 seconds to work with, this reprise could only pack so much of a punch — but it still makes an impression, thanks to Stephnie Weir’s wide-eyed mania on the riff’s final twist. —Genevieve Koski, “When Will Josh and His Friend Leave Me Alone?” season 2, episode 4, In theory, a makeover montage as cheer routine sounds fun, but in practice, this song is just monotonous at a level that even Rachel Bloom’s chipper delivery of “I had a stroke!” cannot salvage. To those people, may we suggest exorcising that frustration via a high-energy, martial arts-inflected angry dance (backflips optional)? —AR, “Why Is Josh in a Bad Mood?” season 1, episode 17, The placement of this barely-a-song may be controversial to those expecting a little more songwriting rigor from a number this high on the list. "A F***ton of Cats" NOTE: The broadcast version is called "Buttload of Cats," and I trust I don't need … In honor of the occasion, a group of Vox culture writers has joined forces to rank all 101 songs, from worst to best. But for as strong as she sounds on the plentiful rockers here, Lambert also lets her guard down on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, as she as she soaks her "Love Letters" with tears, sweetly sighs in "Desperation," and sadly wishes she was "More Like Her" as she looks on as her ex-lover returns to his old love. The series stars Bloom as Rebecca Bunch, a depressed young woman who decides to follow her ex-boyfriend from New York City to West Covina, California in hopes of finding real happiness. As a first impression for what was to come, this theme song nailed it so hard that it was genuinely sad to see it go come season two. —AR, Valencia gets her Mean Girl on by way of Lilith Fair, and the results are breezy fun (the way her victims’ faces first light up and slowly fall!) Here are our top 17 -- tell us which you like best, or if we missed any of your favorites. If Tovah Feldshuh and Patti LuPone throwing lyrical shade at the Beastie Boys and Haim and rhyming “the sweet and the bitter” with “Streisand and Hitler” doesn’t inspire pure, unadulterated joy, well, you’d probably fit in well with the crowd at Rebecca’s cousin’s bar mitzvah. —AR, Guest star Brittany Snow coos her way through this ode to obsessive jealousy with a perfect pop-star blankness. —CG, This song works less well as the Lemonade parody it was intended as than an unexpectedly hilarious explanation for why, exactly, Rebecca clings to whatever tiny scrap of affection a man shows her for moral support. Getting Over Jeff. The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Wiki is a collaborative website built by Crazy XGF fans just like yourself! —AR, “Can Josh Take a Leap of Faith?” season 2, episode 13, There’s a reason Crazy Ex-Girlfriend doesn’t evoke nu-metal very often, but this one gets some mileage out of the dissonance between subject matter and musical style, particularly Bloom’s all-in scream delivery of, “Love is patient love is kind.” —GK, “All Signs Point to Josh ... or Is It Josh’s Friend?” season 2, episode 3, As necessary as this sex-positive song is, it was undeniably more effective when teased throughout several episodes in perpetually interrupted snippets. That person invites the rest of the panel over to her place to talk this out over some crudités and glowsticks. “The Villain in My Own Story,” in which Rebecca questions herself and everything she’s done up to this point, proved once and for all that it knew exactly what it was doing. From iconic bands, famous music videos, and pop music clichés, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend covers the gamut of musical forms. In this, his initial pitch to Rebecca, he upsells his underdog status, and even if it’s clear that Rebecca isn’t it buying it, by the time he’s through tap-dancing his way into our hearts, the rest of us totally are. This glorious paean to female friendship spices up its conceit by literalizing the idea of women taking over the world, and it works on every level. “We Tapped That Ass” recaps Rebecca’s enthusiastic sex life with both Greg and Josh in excruciating, hilarious detail, with Santino Fontana and Vincent Rodriguez grinning up a storm. The song’s fatalistic despair at its own rush to stereotype is its crowning humor. I can never choose between “A group hang / a group hang / I’m so afraid of horses,” and “I feel like I’m being gaslighted by this restaurant.” —CG, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s most recent theme is the lowest-ranked on this list (for now, anyway — it’s a grower), perhaps because it lacks the musical cohesion of its predecessors. In it, Greg Serrano, a local bartender has decided to ask newly arrived lawyer Rebecca Bunch (who —GK, Paula’s sultry torch song isn’t the deepest character examination you’ll ever get, but its rhyme structure is full of winking jokes in classic musical theater style. 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. —CG, “I Never Want to See Josh Again,” season 3, episode 5, Turning over a musical number to an unknown character is always a bit of a gamble for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but the pointed slightness of this song — and Bayne Gibby’s appropriately aloof delivery — makes it a pleasant-enough detour that most of our panel took no issue with. —GK, Jesus is an odd subject for a “Singin’ in the Rain”-style pastiche, but it’s hilariously appropriate for Josh, because of course Josh’s religious conversion would come with a soft-shoe duet. —AR, “Josh’s Girlfriend Is Really Cool!” season 1, episode 2, The Valencia in Rebecca’s head gets funnier and funnier the more specific her smug preening gets. And that got us thinking: Which other songs could be used to annihilate an ex? The same night, it’s introducing a companion hour, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” a romantic comedy with a twisted song in its heart. We hardly knew ye, but for those 20 seconds, you (and actor Danny Jolles) were our favorite. Not a single song received perfect ratings from every panelist. —AR, A dream ballet is a classic movie musical trope, but this one is a pretty flat joke that goes on way too long. It tells the story of Rebecca Bunch, a driven New York lawyer who throws away her career to follow an old crush to his suburban SoCal town and becomes a strip mall lawyer. 8 on this list or you can just check the YouTube comments on “Heavy Boobs.” Bloom has said that she deliberately shot the bouncy video to look as painful as possible and subvert the male gaze — but the comments are filled with men boasting about watching the video one-handed. In less than three minutes, this song tells us everything we need to know about Rebecca’s relationship with her mother, who barely takes a breath from the second she bursts in the door. Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula is the great secret weapon of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. —AR, In a dating age defined by apps and sketchy online profiles, there may be no more relatable line in Crazy Ex’s entire repertoire than “Hey, sexy stranger, come back to my place (and please don’t be a murderer).” As a bonus, this early-days pop song is catchy as hell, and includes a breakdown about said sexy stranger’s balls, which “smell so much worse than I feared.” Lyrical dexterity at its finest. The result beautifully brings psychological depth to the romantic comedy best friend trope, and Champlin makes every moment of it shine. Fifth Harmony - 'Worth It' / 'Put Yourself First' We can't work out whether the fact the girls are ever-so … —CG, ”I’m Going on a Date With Josh’s Friend!” season 1, episode 4, The moment when Greg leveled up from also-ran to leading man was pure delight, both because it was the show’s only Fred-and-Ginger moment and because it was rife with the wry, self-deprecating self-awareness that made Greg the show’s narrative linchpin throughout season one. Chip in as little as $3 to help keep Vox free for all. Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban, 'Big Mouth', 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend', and 'The Good Fight' all found a place on EW's list of best original TV songs of 2018. —AR, Of all the “Josh: he’s kinda dumb” songs, this is by far the catchiest and the most musically sophisticated. Miranda Lambert didn't win the first Nashville Star in 2003, but she sure is the first bona fide … Leo O’Donovan and Rev. Rebecca’s Marilyn Monroe moment manages to singlehandedly beat half the songs of Smash, a TV show devoted almost entirely to creating musical tributes to Marilyn Monroe. Two songs, actually, in the pilot. The theme song to "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" on the CW!Buy the "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" Season 1 Volume 1 Soundtrack AVAILABLE NOW!! Get our newsletter in your inbox twice a week. This is not the best iteration of that idea. “A Diagnosis” is a joyous “I want” song that wouldn’t feel all that out of place in a show like Next to Normal, and it represents a valuable move forward in Rebecca’s endless one step forward/two giant steps back journey. —AR, Seth Green’s nonplussed performance as Patrick the delivery guy is fun here, and the package playing a tinkling melody on the piano as Patrick and Rebecca perch on the lid is a fantastic visual gag. The important symbolism of Joe Biden’s memorial to Covid-19’s victims. —CG, “Josh Is Irrelevant.” season 3, episode 6, This is a two-minute-long poop joke. The choice of Fr. —CF, As Rebecca tried to seduce her seemingly terrible boss, Nathaniel, in a desperate attempt to find “the bitch that lies beneath,” she finally threw caution to the winds with “Strip Away My Conscience,” a sexy Chicago-style striptease packed with double entendres. —CF. —CG, “Where Is Josh’s Friend?” season 2, episode 1, Rebecca and Josh’s awkward, bubbly chemistry usually serves their story well, but it can’t quite carry a steamy number about uncontrollable sexual passion. You wouldn’t know it from his last speech before leaving office. But the most fun is still to come. —AR, “Josh Is Going to Hawaii!” season 1, episode 14, In the first season, there were so many times when watching Crazy Ex-Girlfriend became a practice in wondering if the show was quite self-aware enough to understand how destructive Rebecca’s actions could be. —CF, “Josh and I Work on a Case!” season 1, episode 12, Rebecca’s unblinking enthusiasm make her an ideal Music Man con woman. It was a tricky task. There are so many ways this song could have gone wrong. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. To Josh, With Love. —CG, For another character, this pastoral operetta riff could have been too over-the-top to be effective, but as sung/acted by the inimitable Donna Lynne Champlin (and some birds), it’s just the right combination of wistful, wry, and poignant. He managed neither, but the effort was hilarious. Trump’s presidency was a disaster. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW) made musical theater nerds of us all with its hilarious, thoughtful, and challenging first season, which comes to an end on Monday, April 18. —AR, This cheeky song has the distinction of being the only one on the show sung by an incorporeal object — a devious, forest-fire-spreading, mystical trickster who appears unto us in the shape of a doo-wop-crooning would-be Rat Packer. The use of the reprise tells us how fully Heather’s got a read on Greg, while the music underscores how totally not broken up about this breakup she is. —CG. “Grebecca” had seemed to be shaping up to be the show’s “endgame” pairing, but then Greg, who had long wanted to return to Emory University and pursue his own dreams, decided to do just that, even though it meant leaving Rebecca at the airport terminal. —CG. —CF, As the big first-episode opening number, this song wears a lot of hats. —AR, “Josh’s Sister Is Getting Married!” season 1, episode 16, This fun little barely-a-song gets a huge boost from Greg’s obnoxious gloating in the background — not to mention the timely intervention of Grocery Clerk With Half an Eyelid. —CG, “Is Josh Free in Two Weeks?” season 2, episode 12, The show gets a lot of mileage from undercutting Nathaniel’s performative masculinity, but this is not its best effort. It’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend meets Singin’ in the Rain, and lo, it is a total delight. —AR, “Josh’s Ex-Girlfriend Is Crazy.” season 3, episode 4, We all know feminine anger is most palatable when it’s positioned as sexy and dangerous, and this short song makes up in aesthetic what it lacks in, uh, song-ness. Now they’re getting arrested. —AR. The CW's musical comedy series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is well-known - and loved - for its iconic and usually spot-on parodies of various musical genres. —CG, Given how incredible Donna Lynne Champlin’s voice is, it’s criminal that there aren’t more Paula ballads on this show. Each episode features a few songs written by Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger, and Jack Dolgen. —CG, This song, which encapsulates Rebecca’s desperate need to be liked, was an early, hilarious sign of what was to come (with a bonus, perfectly manic turn from Ava Acres as kid Rebecca). Rebecca telling … —AR. —CF, Scott Michael Foster’s Nathanial has only had a couple of solo songs so far, both trading on his would-be confident-hot-dude persona and a lot of mugging for the camera. It’s random, winsome, and fun. “Friendtopia” Based on the title alone, you might expect this to be a song about a utopia that places … —CG, “When Will Josh See How Cool I Am?” season 2, episode 2, Greg’s bitter reprise is so brief it doesn’t even show up on YouTube, but it’s an effective and timely reminder of why he’ll be much happier away from West Covina and Rebecca, much as the audience might want him to stay. Please consider making a contribution to Vox today, from as little as $3. —CG, Oh, George. (Also: She gets to play a sentient cactus.) The schedule, livestream, and everything else to know for the inauguration of the 46th president of the United States. —CG, It takes a talented team to make an Irish drinking song memorable — a feat the Crazy Ex team accomplished by making this one about the horrific, unflattering realities of alcoholism (not to mention throwing up on a cat). Sign up for the —AR, “So Maternal” is not particularly well-rooted in any of Rebecca’s neuroses, which makes it a pretty forgettable (if catchy) song. “West Covina” (season 1, episode 1) This is where it all began. It’s funny, relatable, and, crucially, a memorable setup for his ultimate decision to leave. We began to judge each other over our voting. The entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon know for the of... National security picks had their confirmation hearings, a memorable setup for his ultimate decision to leave clichés... The entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon get over the course of the panel to... 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