Critic Consensus: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's brave third season doubles down on the crazy, with a compassionate, compelling exploration of mental illness that is as honest as it is hilarious.
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as Rebecca Bunch
as Paula Proctor
as Josh Chan
as Darryl Whitefeather
as Heather Patel
as Valencia Perez
as White Josh
as Nathaniel Plimpton
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That Crazy Ex-Girlfriend takes its responsibility to portray recovery so fastidiously is noble. But as this season exemplifies, that honorableness doesn't always translate to narrative satisfaction, especially when coupled with other storytelling deficits
The role of the "crazy ex-girlfriend" might sound like a hollow, anti-feminist stereotype, but the show, co-created by Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna, makes Rebecca three-dimensional enough to subvert the trope.
For the time being, [Rebecca] still has some folks left in her corner - the real drama comes from seeing how they choose to stick around.
Where almost every other show out there forgets the ladies and makes them props, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend makes women characters complex and transcend any gender-based label.
While I'll miss the endless well of diverse musical numbers and running gags, the network's Netflix pact will make Season 3 a handy re-watch before the fourth and final year.
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