Kimmy Schmidt is bubbly, sweet, and has been locked in a bunker for the past 15 years by a cult-leader who made her and three other women believe that the world had ended. Now free, the “Indiana Mole Women” must rebuild their lives. After an group interview with Matt Lauer, Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) decides to stay in New York and try to live anonymously. She must find a job as a nanny to a rich crazy woman (Jane Krakowski), get an apartment and figure out how to communicate with the opposite sex. Assisted by her Broadway-dreaming roommate Titus Andromedon (Tituss Burgess) and questionable landlord, Lillian (Carol Kane) Kimmy is off to hilarious start.
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is delightful, funny, and though occasionally twisted, leaves the watcher in a better mood than when they began. This show feels like it was designed to be binge-watched. Rumor has it that the Tina Fey created show was passed up by NBC before landing as a Netflix Exclusive. The show covers everything from turning 30 to what happens when your dreams are a little less attainable than originally thought.
Kimmy’s outburst are possibly the best part of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Here are a few of our favorite lessons:
How to eat right
‘Selfies’ are hard work:
It’s good to have a signature look
What I’m not going to do here is give you a play by play of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. This show needs to be watched and experienced, preferably with something to write down quotes.
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is available now on Netflix and is worthy of your very next bingewatch.