Because, aviously…

Kimmy’s back and unbreakable as ever!

“Pigs do fly. How else do you think they get to international competitions?”

Kimmy’s (Ellie Kemper) looking for work, after Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski) separates from her husband and can no longer afford help.
Dong is seeking his green card, Titus (or Ronald?!) is looking for love, and Lillian is trying to stop gentrification.

“You can’t tell when someone’s being sarcastic on the Internet!!?”

This season also adds in great cameos/smaller roles from Fred Armisen (as Robert Durst), show creator Tina Fey, Pitch Perfect’s Anna Camp and long-time Friend, Lisa Kudrow.

“If Aisha Tyler can play a white women on Friends.”

The show has no problem touching on any and all current (and not-so-current) events. From the aforementioned Robert Durst story, to knocking on Interstellar.
And you’ll just love when the newest gang comes to town F-ten-cinco!

“So what? I’m just gonna keep coming here and talking forever and never accomplishing anything, like those clowns in Congress? God being in Congress must be fun.”

But if there’s one downside, it’s after the success of “pinot noir” in Season 1, I think they try too hard in Season 2 to make a song happen.
Pinot worked because it was unexpected and awesome. The new songs seem a bit forced.

“No one has gone to space since 2011.”-Mr. Moone
“So space has become like American Apparel?”-Titus

Overall this season was great, but the few songs knock it down off the first season’s highs, and it gets a 9 out of 10.

Kimmy Schmidt Season 2

2 thoughts on “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Season 2 – #Review

  1. I’m just a few episodes into season 2, but I’m loving it so far!

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