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A Crazy New Greg

No, it’s not one of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s fantasy musical numbers: Skylar Astin has replaced Santino Fontana for the final season of the CW series (airing Fridays at 9 p.m.).
The new Greg (Skylar Astin, with Rachel Bloom)

BY SAMANTHA HIGHFILL

“IT’S FUNNY, YOU REMIND ME OF this guy.” Standing in Rebetzel’s—Rebecca’s pretzel shop—Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom) is in the middle of a musical number with

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