By Sami ShabazziAs the finale of the cult TV show “CrazyExGirlfriend” wrapped up, fans were left in disbelief at the finale’s surprise reveal of the final three episodes.
The three episodes had all been written by “Weeds” writer-director Alex Hirsch and star Rachel Bloom, who both wrote for the show.
The finale, titled “Weed, I’m Home,” is about a group of women who travel to rural Mississippi to help raise money for the city of Hattiesburg in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
The show follows a group that has set up shop in the city and become an unofficial family in the midst of a severe storm.
The show’s final episode was one of the most shocking twists and turns in the series, which is currently airing its second season.
The finale, entitled “You Will Know,” ends with Rachel and her friends, Kate and Rachel, being confronted by the mysterious “Crazies” (real-life members of the group).
Rachel and Kate are reunited and, after a bit of banter, they decide to take a trip to the home of the “Cazies.”
They arrive at the home and find the entire house destroyed and the dead bodies of the women who died inside.
The group is now trapped in the mansion and they have no way to escape.
The “CZ” (Crazyex-Geeks) are then seen attacking the group, and the group’s only hope is to flee to the city to rescue the women.
However, the finale ends on a very dark note.
The three remaining episodes of “Cz” are written by Alex Huchler and star Lauren Graham, who have written for the series for four seasons.
“Weezer,” which is also being produced by the Huchlers, has also written the three episodes, which were produced by Universal TV and Sony Pictures Television.
Huchler wrote the first two episodes for the pilot, “The Crazies.”
“I wrote it on a whim, I think, and then I realized I could do it,” he told Variety at the end of last year.
“I had this idea of trying to be a writer and be able to just have the writers be a part of it.
I kind of thought, ‘This is it.
This is my story.’
I was just a little girl, and this was my idea of writing.”
Huchlers wife, writer and actress Kate Graham, also wrote the pilot.
She said that writing for “Czz” was “the most fun, the most rewarding, the craziest experience of my life.
I love it.
We love it.”
Graham said that while she loved writing for the “Girlfriends” series, writing for a series like “Cuz” made her feel “really free” and “like I was doing something new.”
She added that writing on “Ciz” was the most fun writing experience of her life.
“You’re writing a story, and you’re not writing in your head.
You’re writing in real life,” she said.