‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Review: The Craziness Spreads as a Stellar Season 3 Raises the Stakes

‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Review: The Craziness Spreads as a Stellar Season 3 Raises the Stakes
From the title on down, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” has been built on dealing with expectations. What audiences expect from a show with frequent song breaks, what women expect from the world and each other, what behavior is appropriate in the wake of trauma. And it’s managed to do all of this while staying one of the most reliably funny and entertaining shows on TV.

Now as the show approaches its Season 3, the events of Rebecca Bunch’s (Rachel Bloom) past loom larger than ever over her life and everyone caught in her obsessive orbit. Instead of becoming an insular, for-fans-only dive down the rabbit hole of a jilted lover, these new episodes use her story as a jumping-off point for looking at just how far her behavior can go, and to what lengths her friends are willing to go to keep her happy.

Initially nearly catatonic after being left by
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