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Best Crazyexgirlfriend podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Crazyexgirlfriend podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Ever feel that you are alone in the world, talking to yourself about the television phenomenon that is CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND? Are you desperate to find your fellow Paula patrons , Darryl devotees, and believers in all things Bunch? Friend, prepare to meet-cute with your television soulmates, Crazy Ex-GirlFans. We explore all things CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND, the CW series created by Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna. Join us as we go episode-by-episode and experience everything West Covina has to ...
 
Variety's "My Favorite Episode," hosted by Michael Schneider, is where stars and producers gather to discuss their favorite TV episodes ever — from classic sitcoms to modern-day dramas — as well as pick a favorite episode from their own series. Guests like "Stranger Things" star David Harbour (who chose an episode of "The X-Files") and "Broad City" creators Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer (they're partial to "The Golden Girls") aren't just on TV, they watch it too — and they're big fans like ...
 
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Welcome to Straight 2 L, a podcast about the television series The L Word! In our premiere episode, host Tonya (a lesbian) invites Suzanne and Whitney (two straights) into her home to take a deep dive into the 15-year old show. Why does Suzanne think this show is like Weeds? Why does everyone hate Jenny? Is Shane actually Kristen Stewart? How much …
 
*Trigger Warning: in this episode, we have a short conversation about the afterlife and suicide.** "Susan," "Tanya," and Amber are back! We grab some bubbly to gab about our lives this summer, the surprise bonus CXG song, our first (and likely only) podcast award, and sleep apnea. Here we are with our award. Photo credit to Jerome, who captured thi…
 
Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus knew how important it was for "Veep" to end with a bang -- and is proud that they pulled off a memorable finale. On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale, both of whom are Emmy nominated this year for their roles as President Selina Meyer and her bag boy, Gary Walsh, on "Veep." Louis-Dre…
 
Emmy-nominated "Orange is the New Black" actress Laverne Cox admits she lived the Samantha lifestyle in late '90s New York City, which is one of the reasons she was a huge fan of HBO's "Sex and the City." On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Cox as she wows us with her in-depth knowledge of all things "Sex and the City," as well as the legacy…
 
RuPaul remains a huge fan of "The Golden Girls" and rewatches the classic TV sitcom often. On this edition of the podcast, we talk to "RuPaul's Drag Race" stars RuPaul and Michelle Visage about their favorite episodes of TV. RuPaul went classic, with a hysterical Season 2 episode where Dorothy discovers her date is actually a priest. And Michelle g…
 
"I'm Sorry" creator and star Andrea Savage was a huge fan of the late 1990s/early 2000s CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond," which mined its writers' real home lives for stories, much as "I'm Sorry" now does. Savage's favorite episode is "Marie's Sculpture," which first aired in 2001. On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Andrea Savage about …
 
"Better Call Saul" star Bob Odenkirk marvels these days at how good television has become, and he puts recent sitcoms like Hulu's "Pen15" right along some of his all-time favorites, such as the British "The Office" and another britcom, "The Royle Family." On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Bob Odenkirk about the comedies the influenced him …
 
"Drunk History" creator and host Derek Waters is a child of the 1980s, and was an obsessive TV fan growing up. Among his favorite TV series was the groundbreaking half-hour "The Wonder Years." Waters' pick is the pilot episode of "The Wonder Years," which first aired after the Super Bowl in 1988 and went on to win the Primetime Emmy award for outst…
 
Hugh Grant has become good friends over the years with John Cleese. But long before he ever met the British comedy icon, Grant was a fan from the very beginning of Cleese's legendary 1970s comedy "Fawlty Towers." On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Hugh Grant about his love of "Fawlty Towers," how he's still learning how to stream TV, how hi…
 
Patty Jenkins has become a celebrated director for films such as "Monster" and "Wonder Woman," as well as her recent TV limited series "I Am the Night." But she's also a huge comedy fan. Jenkins' pick for favorite episode is "Summer Holiday," the 1984 series finale of "The Young Ones," a surrealistic British sitcom that aired in the UK on BBC2, and…
 
Niecy Nash first hit it big as a comedic actress on shows like "Reno 911." But the short-lived HBO series "Getting On," which mixed comedy with plenty of drama, gave Nash a chance to show off another side of her acting skills. Based on a British series of the same name, "Getting On" earned Nash two Emmy nominations for outstanding supporting actres…
 
Marisa Tomei was walking through the East Village in Manhattan late one evening when she came across Natasha Lyonne, an old friend since their days starring together in the 1998 film "The Slums of Beverly Hills." Lyonne was shooting "Russian Doll," her Netflix comedy that has become a critical hit. Tomei was an immediate fan. On this edition, we ta…
 
Jimmy Fallon believes "Taxi" may be the perfect sitcom. "The Tonight Show" host watched a lot of TV as a kid and gravitated toward the golden age of late 1970s sitcoms like "Barney Miller" and "Mary Tyler Moore." But "Taxi" was one of his all-time favorites, and in particular, the episode "Jim's Inheritance," from late in the show's run. In this ed…
 
For Eva Longoria, the "Desperate Housewives" pilot was a masterclass in how to create and launch a TV show, and she says she still uses what she learned from that experience as a producer launching her own shows. That includes ABC's new sudsy drama "Grand Hotel," about the last family-owned hotel in Miami. Roselyn Sanchez stars, and also joins us t…
 
"The Conners" star and executive producer Sara Gilbert picks the hour-long very special "Family Ties" episode from 1987, "A, My Name is Alex." In the episode, Alex's friend Greg is killed in a car accident, leading to Alex's survivor's guilt that he was supposed to be in that car as well. Eventually he sees a therapist, and the episode morphs into …
 
Not only is Topher Grace a "Saturday Night Live" superfan, he even got the opportunity to guest host an episode in 2005. Now one of the stars of Nat Geo's limited thriller series "The Hot Zone," Grace stopped by the podcast to discuss his favorite episode of TV ever — a 1991 Saturday Night Live edition hosted by Steve Martin. Plus, we talk about hi…
 
"GLOW" star Betty Gilpin is sometimes mistaken for "Killing Eve's" Jodie Comer, so it makes sense that she is drawn to that BBC America show and its complex relationship between Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Comer). Her pick for favorite episode is the Season 1 finale of "Killing Eve," titled "God, I'm Tired," which ends with the characters confr…
 
Yup. You read that right. Rachel Bloom. Now that the show has wrapped up, Rachel offered to answer our most burning questions in a bathtub Q&A. No better way to wrap up our podcast than this. Thank you, Rachel, for being fabulous in all the best ways. Thank you to all of the talented creators and contributors to the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend for giving u…
 
Pamela Adlon, now the star and executive producer of FX's critically acclaimed "Better Things," literally grew up on television. As a young actress she appeared on series such as "The Facts of Life" and "The Jeffersons." She remembers fondly that era's habit of doing cheesy "very special episodes," including the "Good Times" episode "The Evans Get …
 
Scott Foley hasn't just starred on iconic TV series like "Felicity" and "Scandal," he's also a child of television. Now the star of ABC's comedy caper "Whiskey Cavalier," Foley says it's a throwback to the glory age of comedic action dramas like "Moonlighting" and "Hart to Hart." That era of course, also boasted some of his favorite family sitcoms,…
 
This week, Suzanne and Tonya have the delight of chatting with special guest Allison Shoemaker, television critic at The A.V. Club whose weekly breakdowns of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend was required reading. We chat about her experience covering the show during its entire run, her deep dive into the making of the 11 O'Clock number, and why George's/Danny's…
 
Natalie Morales ("The Middleman," "Parks and Recreation") now stars in the NBC sitcom "Abby's," from Mike Schur and Josh Malmuth. "The Leftovers" is on top of her list of favorite TV series, and her favorite episode is "International Assassin," from Season 2. We talk to Morales about how Justin Theroux is almost too good-looking; directing for the …
 
Suzanne, Amber and Tonya are back to celebrate the songbook of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend with -- you guessed it -- a draft. The gals take turns disciplining a foster dog and drafting their favorite songs to make their dream CXG mix CD. Twelve tracks and twelve tracks only. Listen to find out which songs make the cut!…
 
Ian McShane is known for playing larger than life characters on series such as Starz's "American Gods" and HBO's "Deadwood," which is set to return in May as a two-hour movie. When asked to pick a favorite TV episode, however, McShane chooses the Season 2 episode "Barbershop" from FX's "Atlanta," and praises series creator Donald Glover for taking …
 
Lance Reddick didn't have any grand designs on becoming an actor — actually, he wanted to be a musician. But the star of "Bosch," "Corporate," "Fringe," "The Wire," and countless other fan favorite series, couldn't get enough of "Star Trek" as a kid. On this edition of the podcast, we talk to Lance Reddick about his favorite episode of TV ever, the…
 
Suzanne, Amber and Tonya gather to reminisce about the magic that is the narrative finale of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, "I'm In Love." How will this chapter in Rebecca's life end? What new chapter will she open? Will George sing a hip-hop closer in the spirit of Ginuwine's Pony? What will be the final nail polish color? How will we go on? In case you mis…
 
Nina Dobrev may be best known for her six-season run as Elena on The CW's "The Vampire Diaries." But the actress/writer/producer has done a lot more since then, including the current CBS sitcom "Fam." Dobrev has more ambition, including her own premium drama — like one of her favorite TV series ever, HBO's "Big Little Lies." On this edition of the …
 
Nipsey Hussle, who CXG fans will remember from season 1's "Sexy Getting Ready Song," was tragically killed earlier this week. He was a beacon of art, culture, and commitment to his community. He donated his time, talent and treasure to supporting his local neighborhood in in south Los Angeles. We invite you to consider donating to organizations he …
 
"Broad City" creators and stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer grew up watching "The Golden Girls," and upon a re-binge of the series, have discovered that it still holds up today. For the duo, Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty were true icons, and the show was their comedy school -- a multi-camera sitcom that promised big l…
 
Tonya, Amber and Suzanne gather to gab about episode 415, "I Need To Find My Frenemy." What is it about dressing in all black as a girl group that feels so fierce? Could Paula have been a part of Ocean's 8? Where did Josh learn the phrase "stand down?" How much is Valencia going to slay that proposal? Will Rebecca ever add a cons section to that pr…
 
Earlier this month, Rachel Bloom contributed to a series of interviews on the portrayal of female pleasure on television, and the impact those choices can have on society's understanding of it. Tonya and Suzanne sit down with each other to sip seltzers and chat about this article and their own perspectives on the topic. To read the article, written…
 
The show is back and so are your Crazy Ex-GirlFans! Suzanne, Amber and Tonya catch up with each other and then catch up with Crazy Ex-Girlfriend episode 414, "I'm Finding My Bliss." Who would have guessed that Tim would have the best voice in West Covina? Did he get that epic peach Halloween costume from West Covina's community theater wardrobe dep…
 
"The Neighborhood" stars Max Greenfield and Beth Behrs talk about their new sitcom and why they enjoy the multi-camera sitcom format. Also, they dissect their favorite episodes of TV of all time. While Greenfield chose the Season 2 finale of "The Leftovers," Behrs went back to a famous 1969 "Carol Burnett Show" sketch starring Tim Conway as a rooki…
 
TV writer Greg Garcia earned raves for creating shows with quirky but down-to-earth relatable characters, such as 'My Name is Earl" and "Raising Hope." His latest series, the TBS anthology "The Guest Book," introduces new characters every single week. Garcia was inspired by his heavy diet of sitcoms growing up, including the classic "Andy Griffith …
 
John C. McGinley, now star of IFC's "Stan Against Evil," grew up during the heyday of the classic 1970s sitcom, when producers like Norman Lear and James L. Brooks ruled primetime. For a young McGinley, there was something extra fascinating about Lear's "All in the Family." We talk to McGinley about his series, acting, Hollywood, and his wide-rangi…
 
"Loudermilk" and "A Million Little Things" star Ron Livingston has seen it all, working in comedy and drama and on TV, film and stage. But like many viewers he was floored by the Red Wedding episode of HBO's "Game of Thrones," titled "The Rains of Castamere." We talk to Livingston about his current series, his career choices including that early ap…
 
"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna talks about the final season of her CW show, and how Rachel Bloom made it OK to like Rebecca Bunch even at her worst. We also talk about her favorite episode of the series, and her favorite episode of TV of all time -- the pilot to "The Americans." (Music by Hook Sounds.)…
 
On their new CBS comedy "Happy Together," Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West play a couple who have settled into an ordinary suburban life when a huge pop star moves in with them to escape the paparazzi. Asked to select their favorite episode of TV of all time, Stevens West chose the "Friends" episode "The One Where No One's Ready," which is f…
 
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