Kimmy Schmidt finally chooses herself over others in poignant “Kimmy And The Trolley Problem!”

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s third season hasn’t been as cohesive as its second, at times spinning too many plates and then just letting them fall. The show has great continuity, especially when it comes to its ever-expanding web of recurring jokes, but several of the season’s most interesting developments haven’t…

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s second season ends with a literal emotional roller coaster

The whole season has been building to the reunion between Kimmy Schmidt and Lori-Ann Schmidt. Even before we knew how big of a role Lori-Ann plays in Kimmy’s deep-seated attachment issues, it was clear that Kimmy was on a path toward reconciliation this season. Ultimately, she doesn’t really find that reconciliation…

Jacqueline finally lends a stretchy, sticky hand on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Ellie Kemper has one of the best faces on television. I’m not talking about her looks. I’m talking about her amazing ability to say so much without saying anything at all. Face actor isn’t really the right term, but that’s what I’m always tempted to call her: a face actor. Kemper’s always on, even when Kimmy isn’t the…