Writers: Rachel Bloom and Adam Schlesinger "Who's The New Guy?" From her flowing, bodice-covered dress and her plain beige headband to her wicker basket and the sepia lighting, Paula’s song is an ode to disappointment and broken promises. The Ellison musical revue means this episode of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has more songs than usual, and they’re not just in Rebecca’s head this time. Writers: Adam Schlesinger, Rachel Bloom Performed by: Rebecca, Paula, Heather, Valencia Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was originally destined for premium cable, but landed at the CW when Showtime decided to pass. She may be there mostly to give Rebecca Bunch emotional support, but Paula also easily has the best voice in a show full of talented singers. Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger 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. Performed by: Rebecca Bunch with Paula Proctor, Heather Davis and Valencia Perez Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Picking back up, the final choral diminuendo and wistful sigh from Paula cross-fades with office sounds, a ringing telephone coming in as the most prominent messenger of both the constant demands on Paula’s time and the realities of her job. "The Miracle of Birth" Paula was the first one to figure out Rebecca's true motivation for moving to West Covina, California. The CW’s musical comedy TV show is known for tackling feminist issues and plotlines with wit and humor. Writers: Rachel Bloom, Jack Dolgen, & Adam Schlesinger She has tremendous vibrato, operatic pronunciation and the kind of bird-like vocalizing fairy tale knock-offs love to parody. Her vowels are large and her words are round and elegant, even when referring to a crapping seagull or period cramps. Paula confronts Rebecca about how she messed up her plans. Performed by: Rebecca Bunch and Paula Proctor 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. But Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s heart was never quite in this particular love quadrangle, ... Paula loves Rebecca’s dream theater! Performed by: The San Gabriel Valley plaintiffs "Slow Motion (reprise)" The layers of foliage (all seemingly real) and the misty floor help generate a lot of depth as the choreography takes Paula back and forth. Paula reminisces about her first love Jeff. The Whitefeather & Associates employees worry about Nathaniel. The 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend… If anything, he knocked her up (twice) and sideswiped her ambition with responsibilities. The song ends classically, though with a much more scatalogically disgusting climax than anything in Cinderella, and is followed by silence. The wait for Season 2 of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is almost over! When she shifts to delivering clever asides, melding the choreography for scattering birdseed with a jack-off motion, it’s clear this princess isn’t one of Disney’s beloved ingénues. The Gurl Group gripe about the opposite sex. One thing that sets Crazy Ex-Girlfriend apart from other shows is its killer soundtrack. Writers: Rachel Bloom, Jack Dolgen, and Adam Schlesinger "West Covina (Final Reprise)" Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger In “Maybe This Dream,” her first big number of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s second season, … Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger "Let's Generalize About Men" Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger GREG GAYNE/THE CW (This post contains full spoilers for the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend … In the series finale of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” Rebecca (Rachel Bloom, left) lets her closest friend, Paula (Donna Lynne Champlin, right), into her private mental landscape. All Rights Reserved. "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Theme" A period sex anthem exists ― and, of course, it’s sung by “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s” Rachel Bloom. With two kids, dreaming hasn’t been a luxury Paula could afford. "California Christmastime" "Love's Not A Game" Since then, her life hasn’t been her own. Performed by: Rebecca Bunch with Paula Proctor Rebecca sings about being single and buying a lot of cats. "First Penis I Saw" 10 Best Songs of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend August 3, 2017 August 4, 2017 DaveBerenato I’ve been angrily re-watching Crazy Ex-Girlfriend this month in protest of it being snubbed at the Emmy’s. There’s a great mix of styles among the 39 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend songs, ranging from rap to jazz, to pop and R&B. Performed by: Rebecca Bunch and Company Paula Proctor (née O'Brien) is best friend of Rebecca Bunch whom she met when they both worked at Whitefeather & Associates.She is a former New York native born and raised in Buffalo. Paula Proctor is the Disney princess we need right now. Rebecca is excited that she and Paula are doing another caper together which they haven’t done in awhile. As Paula twirls, so does the camera, and as she tiptoes through the greenery, it tracks alongside her. When Will Josh and His Friend Leave Me Alone? Performed by: Rebecca Bunch and the Cast of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" This depth is standard in Disney animations. "West Covina" from the pilot of the CW musical comedy "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. They’re just part of the scenery, fleeing when Paula picks up the tempo and addresses her more personal problems. Paula has tried and been burned before, which the number hilariously juxtaposes with the feel-good melody of Disney’s young royalty. She’s her own hero and doesn’t need any help, especially from smarmy male colleagues. Rachel Bloom as Rebecca and Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula in the series finale of 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.' Rebecca convinces Josh's neighbors to join a class action lawsuit. Rebecca and Paula resonate together as they dedicate themselves to the same purpose. Performed by: Rebecca Bunch, Young Rebecca, Paula, Darryl, Brody and other friends Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger, Jack Dolgen Dreaming reasonable dreams (for yourself) within reality isn’t just the message of the song, it’s a grounding principle for Paula’s growth—not to mention a much healthier moral for a Disney princess to pass on. Rebecca and the characters describe the things you can do when you are not following love. Rebecca's friends bet on whether she’ll choose Josh, Nathaniel or Greg to be with. “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” began with the songs as part of the fantastical narrative, and have pulled them out, poked them, and decided to put them into everyone’s reality. Writers: Adam Schlesinger and Rachel Bloom "His Status is...Preferred" Opening of Season One. "No One Else Is Singing My Song" "I Have Friends" And lyrically, the songs on this list are … Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: The 24 Best Songs, Ranked From Great to Spectacular ... who plays Paula, told TVLine during a recent rehearsal. Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger You can’t look up to a princess when you’ve got kids their age. "Buttload Of Cats" Without hearing the classic orchestration, the scene is immediately recognizable. She is married to Scott Proctor and mother of two sons named Brendan and Tommy. Snow White, allegedly fourteen (yikes), exists in a plot that revolves around her looks. "Cold Showers" Jacob Oller is a writer and film critic whose writing has appeared in The Guardian, Playboy, Roger Ebert, Film School Rejects, Chicagoist, Vague Visages, and other publications. Performed by: Rebecca, Josh, Greg, Paula, Heather and Darryl "The Cringe" The songs often pay homage to or parodying other well-known songs, from Broadway hits like Les Miserables to Shakira’s Whenever, Wherever. Paula sings it to express her lust for Calvin. "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Theme" "He's The New Guy" Performed by: Paula Proctor 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 … ... A definitive ranking of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s 101 songs. Performed by: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend cast "I've Always Never Believed In You" Performed by: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Cast The show underwent changes, most notably toning down its … "Back In Action" Each episode features a few songs written by Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger, and Jack Dolgen. A playlist featuring Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Cast. Performed by: Rebecca Bunch (with Paula Proctor, Darryl Whitefeather and the tenants) My Mom, Greg's Mom and Josh's Sweet Dance Moves! Performed by: Rebecca Bunch and Paula Proctor "Maybe This Dream" Performed by: Paula Proctor Review: The Top 27 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Songs, Ranked The CW's romantic-comedy-drama-fantasy-musical just aired its series finale, after four seasons and 157 original songs… Writers: Rachel Bloom, Jack Dolgen & Adam Schlesinger Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger and Jack Dolgen Three seasons into Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the situation is still a lot more nuanced than that.In fact, it gets more nuanced every time Rachel Bloom and the rest of the cast pop up on screen. Writers: Adam Schlesinger, Rachel Bloom Writers: The glamour-less princess. "What A Rush To Be A Bride" After Everything I've Done For You (That You Didn't Ask For), The Group Mind Has Decided You're In Love, Trapped In A Car With Someone You Don't Want To Be Trapped In A Car With, https://cxg.fandom.com/wiki/Paula_Proctor/Songs?oldid=18195. Ranking all 70 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Songs, from Most to Least Jewish By Emily Burack October 11, 2017 March 11, 2019 Over the course of two seasons on the CW, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has delivered top-notch musical comedy. Paula tells Heather what to expect when having a baby. Performed by: Josh Wilson and Rebecca’s friends Rebecca tries to convince the staff of Whitefeather & Associates to rise up against Nathaniel. Now, as Paula continues to move forward from the obsessive rut that’s formed the foundation of her and Rebecca’s friendship, she’s going back to school to become an attorney. Paula performs an ode to Calvin Young. Rebecca and Paula celebrate the end result of all their scheming. Where are the solutions these stories fed to young girls? All Signs Point to Josh...Or is it Josh's Friend? All 5 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend season 1 episode 18: Paula Needs To Get…, with scene descriptions. Paula encourages Rebecca to make a decision. Each episode of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” features two or three original songs, which Bloom writes with Fountains of Wayne bassist Adam Schlesinger and staff writer Jack Dolgen. The camerawork and set design help establish the Disney aesthetic even to the deaf. He lives in Chicago, plays Dungeons and Dragons, and struggles not to kill his two cats daily. Performed by: Rebecca, Paula, Darryl, Heather, Valencia, Nathaniel, WhiJo, Hector, Maya, Tim, Jim I'm going to the Beach with Josh and His Friends! Rebecca reassures herself she has friends to invite to the housewarming party. "West Covina (reprise)" Performed by: Rebecca Bunch and Paula Proctor Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger Rebecca and Paula resonate together as they dedicate themselves to the same purpose. Writers: Rachel Bloom, Jack Dolgen, and Adam Schlesinger All 6 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend season 3 episode 7: Getting Over Jeff, with scene descriptions. Best song of the week: Hall came at it with claws out, and it’s so Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to interpret Rebecca’s downstairs mess in the style of funk. Rebecca and Paula want to make up but refuse to apologize first. Paula explains her son her surprise of seen him become a fully grown man, as she never believed in him. Who Needs Josh When You Have a Girl Group? Performed by: Paula Proctor The worse her body acts, the more it betrays her with age and experience, the closer the analogy to her dreams. Paula Proctor is the Disney princess we need right now. The supporting birds (Michael McMillian and Burl Moseley, in hilariously flamboyant headdresses and wings) tweedle-dee with the best of them, but they’re not helpful woodland creatures. "West Covina (reprise)" "You Go First" Her brief fling with Calvin Young (Cedric Yarbrough) was unfulfilling and eye-opening. Hope is a dangerous thing for someone as jaded as Paula, but it’s the difference between her progress and Rebecca’s stagnation. "Face Your Fears" Performed by: Rebecca, Nathaniel and Josh and the cast Performed by: Rebecca Bunch, Paula Proctor This song, seen in episode 7 of season 1 (“I’m So Happy that Josh Is So Happy!”) of the CW’s 2015 comedy, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Rebecca and her friend's song about special Christmas time is in California. Performed by: Rebecca and Paula Twirling through the forest-fied Whitefeather & Associates office, replete with moss-covered cubicles, Paula becomes the heroine of a story that seems freshly feminist compared to her aria’s genre. Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger, and Aline Brosh McKenna The highlight of Grebecca Version 1.0 is this buoyant ditty about… a urinary tract infection. "Slow Motion" Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. The series was created by Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna and stars Bloom in the lead role as Rebecca Bunch, a lawyer who moves from New York City to West Covina, California to pursue her ex from high school camp. Writers: Rachel Bloom & Adam Schlesinger Thematically, though, the song rejects its closest influences. Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger, Rachel Specter Paula is hopeful that she can follow her dream of being a lawyer. "Where's Rebecca Bunch?" The best Crazy Ex-Girlfriend songs, ranked. Three separate traveling companions get on each other's nerves. 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