Technically, “Let’s Generalize About Men,” the latest bopping releases from Rachel Bloom and Crazy Ex Girlfriend, was released last Friday, but something about the last few weeks in particular (what could it be?) has us saying, “FUCK TIMELINESS. POST IT ANYWAY.”
Rachel Bloom’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has managed to cover a wide variety of topics that most basic cable TV shows struggle to deal with or entirely ignore, but there’s one that the CW simply wasn’t willing to air: having sex while menstruating.
When two best friends are sorry for hurting each other but still feel hurt, who apologizes first? On tonight’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Rebecca (Rachel Bloom) and Paula (Donna Lynne Champlin) grapple with this very issue through the therapeutic art of song.
The CW’s musical comedy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has always excelled at exploring topics through a humorous and laid-back feminist lens and Friday’s episode, which featured a character calmly carrying out an abortion, was no different.
By the first season finale of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, I was aggravated with just about everyone but Paula and deeply dissatisfied with the way things shook out. Specifically, I was disconcerted by the last-minute Rebecca/Josh hookup — primarily because I think Josh is a spineless emotional leech who uses women to…
For its entire first season, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has been tackling the topics near and dear to a woman’s heart (sometimes literally) through song and Monday night’s episode—with its ode to UTIs as a result of sex—was no different.
The CW’s excellent Monday night, 2-hour comedy block is looking good for the near future: Both Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex Girlfriend have been renewed for upcoming seasons!
On this week’s podcast, we’re joined by my old friend Rachel Bloom, who tells us what it’s like to star in a TV show and win a friggin’ Golden Globe.
When you go to teach the child, the child often ends up teaching you. At least that’s what happened on this week’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, when Rebecca headed to summer camp (alongside crush Josh Chan) to teach young campers about female empowerment.
Last night on Crazy Ex Girlfriend, Valencia—the romantic rival of the show’s protagonist Rebecca Bunch—got to show off her softer side with the pop-country anthem “Women Gotta Stick Together.” But try as she might, the poor sexy yoga instructor (played by Gabrielle Ruiz) had a hard time putting her girl power message…
I am so happy I could puke!
Despite a title and a marketing campaign that threw some off at first, the CW’s new show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is much more than it appears. It’s the story of high-strung attorney named Rebecca who, on a whim, quits her job in New York to move to a small town in California after a run-in with her camp boyfriend. With…
Do you ever watch Disney movies like Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella or Brave and think to yourself "These Olde Europe-based cartoons are great and all, but I wish they would be a more accurate portrayal of the times!"? Of course you do! Luckily, musician and comedian Rachel Bloom has you covered and is ready to fill…
Forget Someone Like You. Rachel Bloom's Pictures of Your Dick is the real anthem of the brokenhearted.