Neurotic lawyer Rebecca bumps into her high school boyfriend on the street and pursues him across the country on a misguided quest for true love. Despite her success, Rebecca realizes she's not happy in New York and decides to follow her ex-boyfriend, Josh, to West Covina, California. Rebecca runs into Josh's girlfriend, a gorgeous yoga instructor named Valencia, and becomes obsessed with befriending her. Rebecca faces a childhood fear when Paula convinces her to host a housewarming party, and she's over the moon when Josh agrees to come. After almost sleeping with a guy she met on Tinder, Rebecca resolves to make healthier choices and decides to go on a date with Greg. After Greg calls them out for being bad people, Rebecca tries to improve her reputation by doing good deeds, while Josh goes to confession. Rebecca gets herself invited to Thanksgiving dinner with the Chans, who like her better than Valencia. Meanwhile, Greg makes a sacrifice for his dad. Rebecca spirals into depression and falls apart during a presentation at work, while Paula flirts with the charming client they're chasing.
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Who exactly was being made fun of? That was Season 1. It was behavior straight out of a romantic comedy but warped enough to hint at something more extreme. Rebecca was warm and clever. She was loving and funny. The songs we heard were manifestations not just of her emotions but of her wit and passion. But she was also depressed, anxious, and empty—a self-centered drama queen and drama-club queen whose moods swung wildly, harming the people around her. Now it had the opportunity to end things right. Rebecca went to prison, then got out; she went into therapy, this time for real. Rebecca made amends.
After Greg, Nathaniel and Josh all declared their feelings for Rebecca, she's going to go on dates with each of them to help clarify which guy is truly for her. Watch the video. Title: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend — A young, devout Catholic woman discovers that she was accidentally artificially inseminated.
It was originally pitched to the Showtime cable service but was ultimately picked up by The CW. The show was retooled for network broadcast and expanded from thirty minutes to an hour. It premiered on October 12, and was eventually renewed three times for a total of four seasons. The show garnered critical acclaim and earned several awards over that time. Its last official episode aired on April 5, , followed by a live one hour concert featuring the cast.