23 Memorable Musical Numbers from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is getting ready to celebrate its 100th musical number in their upcoming episode, "Without Love You Can Save the World," airing January 12th, 2018. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 3 is in full swing, making it the perfect time to look back at some of the most memorable tunes so far.

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To see all of these songs in their entirety, you can watch Crazy Ex-Girlfriend online via TV Fanatic.

1. First Penis I Saw - Season 3, Episode 7

First Penis I Saw - Season 3, Episode 7
Paula runs into an old flame and breaks into an Abba-esque ditty about firsts.

2. The Sexy Getting Ready Song - Season 1, Episode 1

The Sexy Getting Ready Song - Season 1, Episode 1
This tune from the pilot gives us the truth on what it's really like when a woman gets ready for a night out.

3. Friendtopia - Season 2, Episode 6

Friendtopia - Season 2, Episode 6
Rebecca, Valencia and Heather break out their inner Spice Girls for an anthem about female friendship.

4. Maybe She's Not Such A Heinous Bitch After All - Season 3, Episode 5

Maybe She's Not Such A Heinous Bitch After All - Season 3, Episode 5
Rebecca ponders whether or not her mom really cares about her in a Motown-esque girl group song.

5. Settle For Me - Season 1, Episode 4

Settle For Me - Season 1, Episode 4
Greg and Rebecca? More like Fred and Ginger. Never before has second best ever looked and sounded so classy.

6. Gettin' Bi - Season 1, Episode 15

Gettin' Bi - Season 1, Episode 15
Darryl opens up about his sexuality in one of the best declarations of bisexuality in TV history.

7. Remember That We Suffered - Season 2, Episode 10

Remember That We Suffered - Season 2, Episode 10
Rebecca goes to her cousin's Bar Mitvah, and we are graced with Broadway great Patti LuPone as the Rabbi.

8. Let's Generalize About Men - Season 3, Episode 1

Let's Generalize About Men - Season 3, Episode 1
The Season 3 premiere features what is perhaps the catchiest song to date, an 80s-inspired number about everything that's wrong about men (in general).

9. West Covina - Season 1, Episode 1

West Covina - Season 1, Episode 1
Rebecca sings the praises of her new home town in the very first musical numbers of the series.

10. Sex With a Stranger - Season 1, Episode 4

Sex With a Stranger - Season 1, Episode 4
Rebecca hooks up with a guacamole vendor (while on a date with Greg), and then hopes he's not an axe murderer after she takes him home.

11. Face Your Fears - Season 1, Episode 3

Face Your Fears - Season 1, Episode 3
Paula gives Rebecca advice on not being afraid and while the song is fantastic, some of Paula's suggestions are highly problematic.

12. We'll Never Have Problems Again - Season 2, Episode 10

We'll Never Have Problems Again - Season 2, Episode 10
Josh and Rebecca are blinded by love and think all of their woes have come to an end. They may not have lasted, but we'll always have this homage to Soul Train.

13. I Have Friends - Season 1, Episode 3

I Have Friends - Season 1, Episode 3
Rebecca throws a party to impress Josh and realizes that she doesn't have many friends.

14. Love Kernels - Season 2, Episode 2

Love Kernels - Season 2, Episode 2
Grab some lemonade because Rebecca does a fierce impression of Queen Bey.

15. Oh My God I Think I Like You - Season 1, Episode 17

Oh My God I Think I Like You - Season 1, Episode 17
Rebecca realizes that she may actually have feelings for Greg only to have him disappear in the Season 1 finale.

16. Let's Have Intercourse - Season 2, Episode 11

Let's Have Intercourse - Season 2, Episode 11
Thank the heavens for Nathaniel and this amazing performance that will have you thinking Ed Sheeran copied him.

17. Feeling Kinda Naughty - Season 1, Episode 2

Feeling Kinda Naughty - Season 1, Episode 2
Things get awkward very quickly when Rebecca goes on a girl date with Josh's girlfriend, Valencia.

18. The Math of Love Triangles - Season 2, Episode 3

The Math of Love Triangles - Season 2, Episode 3
This is what happens when you combine Gentlemen Prefer Blondes with relationship geometry.

19. One Indescribable Instant - Season 1, Episode 18

One Indescribable Instant - Season 1, Episode 18
Josh Chan's aunt is played by none other than Lea Salonga, and it's only fitting that she sings a song fit for a Disney princess.

20. I Gave You a UTI - Season 1, Episode 17

I Gave You a UTI - Season 1, Episode 17
It's not exactly something that anyone should be proud of, but Greg is very pleased with his ... um ... abilities.

21. The End of the Movie - Season 3, Episode 4

The End of the Movie - Season 3, Episode 4
Rebecca's life becomes a dark, twisted movie, complete with a closing number by none other than Josh Groban.

22. We Tapped That Ass - Season 2, Episode 4

We Tapped That Ass - Season 2, Episode 4
The "memory spirits" of Greg and Josh that are haunting Rebecca break into a catchy tap dance number.

23. Heavy Boobs - Season 1, Episode 16

Heavy Boobs - Season 1, Episode 16
Rebecca gets real about how being big chested isn't all it's cracked up to be.

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Quotes

Rebecca: Where are you from again?
Josh: West Covina, California. 91791!
Rebecca: West Covina, I remember that. That's near the beach, right?
Josh: Yeah, only two hours...well, four in traffic.

Dear God, I don't pray to you because I believe in science. But I don't know what to do. Give me guidance, please. Ah-men. A-men. Amen?

Rebecca Bunch