CXG’s Rachel Bloom on Getting a Hilarious Mel Brooks Rejection
The 2018 Emmy race has begun, and Vulture will take a close look at the contenders until voting closes on June 25.
The co-creator and star of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend explains what happened when she asked her comedy hero, Mel Brooks, to guest star on her CW comedy, and what she hopes her show is teaching young women about romantic love.
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