|"Where Is Josh's Friend?"|
|Season 2, Episode 1|
|Premiere date:||October 21 2016|
|Written by:||Aline Brosh McKenna, Rachel Bloom and Marc Webb|
|Directed by:||Marc Webb|
|Previous Episode:||"Paula Needs to Get Over Josh!"|
|Next Episode:||"When Will Josh See How Cool I am?"|
|Featured Musical Numbers|
|“||I gave this man the key to my heart, and now I’m giving him the key to my ap-heart-ment||”|
Where is Josh's Friend? is the Season 2 premiere of The CW's musical dramedy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on October 21, 2016. It was written by Aline Brosh McKenna, Rachel Bloom and Marc Webb and directed by Marc Webb. It is the nineteenth episode of the series overall. "Where Is Josh's Friend?" attracted 0.53 million views.
Rebecca (Rachel Bloom) is convinced Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III) is in love with her, while Greg (Santino Fontana) is nowhere to be found. Paula Proctor (Donna Lynne Champlin) is coming to terms with what drove her obsession with Rebecca's love life, while Darryl Whitefeather (Pete Gardner) and White Josh (David Hull) try to navigate their new relationship.
|Love Kernels||Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom) and Josh Chan (Vincent Rodriguez III)||Rebecca sings the song after Paula asks her to provide evidence that Josh cares for her|
|We Should Definitely Not Have Sex Right Now||Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom and Josh Chan (Vincent Rodriguez III)||Rebecca and Josh sing the song when Josh returns to Rebecca's apartment|
- Rachel Bloom as Rebecca Bunch
- Vincent Rodriguez III as Josh Chan
- Santino Fontana as Greg Serrano
- Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula Proctor
- Vella Lovell as Heather Davis
- Eugene Cordero as Alex
- Gina Gallego as Mrs. Hernandez
- Amy Hill as Lourdes Chan
- David Hull as White Josh
- Erick Lopez as Hector
- Robin Thomas as Marco Serrano
- Jacob Guenther as Chris
- Johnny Ray Meeks as Kevin
- Steve Monroe as Scott Proctor
- Kathryn Burns as Dancer
- Nikki Tuazon as Kernel Girl
Rebecca: But how do I know he loves me? I guess the only way to prove it is with abstract symbolism.
Rebecca:This video ate up our production budget. We used up literally every cent. Darryl is now played by a broom on a stand
Rebecca:It’s like an emotional thesis statement for myself. None of you exist.
Rebecca: It's like you don't even believe in me and Josh anymore!
Paula: I used to think that you two had destiny on your side, I really did -
Paula: But I hate to say it, but I don't think Josh cares about you the way you want him to.
- It's the first episode to air on a Friday night.
- It is the first episode to air before the Vampire Diaries.
- It is the first episode featuring a different theme tune from Season 1, titled "I'm Just a Girl in Love.