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1+ 40- 8Episode: "I’m Going on a Date with Josh’s Friend!"
Greg realizes that he’s second fiddle to Josh so he sings his heart out in this black and white number, full of realistic expectation. With lyrics like, “If he’s your broken condom, I’m your Plan B" you really can't go wrong.
2+ 36- 6Episode: "Josh Just Happens to Live Here!"
This song could easily work on Inside Amy Schumer as well. Rebecca prepares for a sort of date with Josh and reveals all of the horrible things women do to themselves to look like a glamorous human being.
3+ 29- 4Episode: “That Text Was Not Meant for Josh!”
After a broken window stunt (which includes Paula and her husband Scott) to prevent Josh seeing a text, Rebecca is found out by Greg. She has a moment of self-loathing and karmic clarity. And of course, it’s a great ballad, complete with broken glass chandelier.
4+ 25- 3Episode: "My First Thanksgiving with Josh!"
Santino Fontana belts it out as Greg does this Billy Joel “Piano Man” send up proud. You'll feel his Thanksgiving and life crisis blues.
5+ 31- 5Episode: “Josh and I Go to Los Angeles!”
Rebecca’s nemesis, Audra Levine, comes to West Covina to represent the other side in a water rights battle. They instantly throw down, Jewish American Princess style. Shondas fired!
6+ 32- 6Episode: "I Hope Josh Comes to My Party!"
In this song, we get a glimpse of Rebecca’s friend-making history. The super nerdy studious kid tended to make friends with so many random people, Paula and Darryl seem like more solid choices.
7+ 27- 4Episode: "Josh Just Happens to Live Here!"
Probably for the first time in history, West Covina, CA is getting show tunes love. Each detail of the city - just two hours from the beach! - is documented in Rebecca’s series opener song.
The reprise, including Rebecca’s coworker, Paula, is even better as Rebecca finds her soulmate in this SoCal stalker scenario.
8+ 29- 6Episode: "Josh and I Are Good People!"
To prove that she’s a good person, Rebecca barges into the sports bar and sings this song at Greg. The best bit is when she dumps her mic in a glass of beer. The sound guy shouts, “Hey hey hey, that mic costs $300!” She doesn’t care because she’s a good person.