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The show’s first episode aired on Thursday, July 1.

It was directed by Sam Esmail, and stars Alison Brie, Rachel Bloom, Alison Bixby, Rachel Klein, Josh Charles, and Alexis Bledel.

Esmail also wrote the episode.

“CrazyExGirlfriend” is a comedy-drama about a girl named Rachel who wakes up in a hospital bed, only to find out that she is pregnant.

The episode stars Brie as Rachel’s mother, Alison’s father, and Klein, who plays a doctor.

“It’s a very funny episode,” Esmail told Entertainment Weekly.

“There’s a lot of funny moments.

You get to see a new side of Rachel.

There’s a really interesting story.”

Esmail added that the episode is also about how much of a drug the show is taking.

“We want to take advantage of it for all of its uses and not just as a medicine,” he said.

Esme said that the series is a “pretty honest depiction of the struggles of living in the modern world.”

The show is set in Los Angeles, where Rachel lives with her ex-boyfriend and their two children.

The series, which is being produced by David Greenwalt and executive produced by Esmail and Esmail’s mother.

Esmails mother died of lung cancer in February of this year.

“I’ve been living with cancer for almost a year now, and I can honestly say that my mom was the one who kept me alive,” Esme told EW.

“She didn’t want to die.

She wanted to live.

And she lived.”

Esme also said that he hopes viewers will not “feel sorry for” Rachel.

“That’s why I think the episode feels so important,” he added.

“Because that’s the true truth.

It’s what Rachel is.

And I think it’s something we can all relate to.”

The episode was directed and written by Esme, and he told EW that the show has “a pretty funny vibe.”

“I really like the tone of it,” Esma said.

“They’re very much on point with the tone and style of the show.”

The series will return to air on Showtime in the fall.

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