Emmy goes nuts over Rachel Bloom’s ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ ditty for Best Music and Lyrics

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While CW’s tuneful sitcom “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” is no more after four seasons, it earned a parting gift by claiming a Creative Arts Emmy for the song “Antidepressants Are So Not a Big Deal,” written by star Rachel Bloom and fellow nominees Adam Schlesinger and Jack Dolgen. Schlesinger has been nominated for an Oscar for “That Thing You Do” from the Tom Hanks-directed film and he received a 2012 Emmy for Best Music And Lyrics for the song “It’s Not Just For Gays Anymore,” the opening number of the 65th Tony Awards and a 2013 Emmy Award for Best Music And Lyrics for the song “If I Had Time,” the closing number of the 66th Tony telecast.

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