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Jessica Jones Season 2 had twists, turns, and even a tune for viewers who decided to stream round two of the superhero series. Fans who heard Trish Walker's "I Want Your Cray Cray," and wanted a full version of the song just got their wish as Marvel has uploaded the full music video as well as some Pop-Up Video style facts that reference the series:
Trish Walker's "I Want Your Cray Cray," doesn't sound any better isolated than it did when it was mixed in with the club scene in the Jessica Jones flashback. Trish Walker is strutting her stuff in a music video that looks to be inspired by a mix of various current celebrity music videos. While it's hard to pin down exactly which real-life superstar diva inspired this, there's definitely a Taylor Swift vibe to those costumes and dance moves. The full music video really looks like a trainwreck by professional standards, which is likely intentional given where Trish's life was at the time this music video was made.
The music video is awkward, but those Pop-Up Video style facts throughout are so amazing it makes the whole video watchable. Jessica Jones references are scattered throughout the factoids, as viewers are reminded Trish entered rehab four days after the video's release, and that her mom Dorothy is the worst. As bad as she might be, however, its hard not to chuckle when the fact pops up that Dorothy dated one of the "I Want Your Cray Cray," backup dancers after telling him she and Trish were sisters. Hopefully, Trish can mend her relationship with all the people she burned in Season 2 sooner than later, because if her mom's the only one in her corner going forward, this girl is in some trouble.
Now that it's been confirmed "I Want Your Cray Cray," has a full-length track, Marvel needs to work it into another franchise in the MCU! How hilarious would it be to see Stan Lee jamming out to this song with his giant headphones while Thanos lays waste to the world in Avengers: Infinity War? Or, what if Peter Quill discovers a CD for another awesome mixtape on a return trip to Earth and it turns out to be Trish's album? The possibilities are literally endless for how this song can be referenced in the MCU, so hopefully, Marvel will make it happen if only to keep this awful song alive.
Jessica Jones Season 2 is currently streaming on Netflix. For a look at some superhero shows that will be debuting in the near future, head on over to our superhero premiere guide. Those interested in what new and returning television is returning in general in 2018 can find out via Cinema Blend's midseason premiere guide and summer premiere guide.