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Kimmy Sees a Sunset! 

Kimmy tries to help Andrea with her drinking problem. Jacqueline dates a pro bono lawyer for his money. Titus and Mikey talk about moving in together.

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Tina Fey (created by), Robert Carlock (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Ellie Kemper ... Kimmy Schmidt
Tituss Burgess ... Titus Andromedon
Carol Kane ... Lillian Kaushtupper
Jane Krakowski ... Jacqueline White
Tina Fey ... Andrea Bayden
David Cross ... Russ Snyder
Mike Carlsen ... Mikey Politano
Ice-T ... Ice-T
Judy Gold ... Judy
Willie C. Carpenter ... Norman
Marc Damon Johnson Marc Damon Johnson ... Kurt
Sadie Sink ... Tween Girl
Julie Tice-Bubolz Julie Tice-Bubolz ... Yuko
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Kimmy tries to help Andrea with her drinking problem. Jacqueline dates a pro bono lawyer for his money. Titus and Mikey talk about moving in together.

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Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

15 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

When Tina Fey guest stars as Andrea, she talks to Ellie Kemper's Kimmy about her several alcoholism by bitterly stating "One time, to get white wine, I listened to BJ Novak give a free book reading." Novak and Kemper acted on the U.S. version of "The Office" at the same time during Seasons 5 through 8. See more »

Goofs

When Russ talks to Jacqueline in the park his lips sometimes do not match his speech. See more »

Quotes

Russ Snyder: I'm sorry, I've been burned before and I was recently engaged to what turned out to be a hologram controlled by a Turkish hacker. I just need to take it slow.
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References Family Feud (1976) See more »

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Amazing Grace
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Written by John Newton
Performed by Ice-T
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To redress the balance
18 November 2018 | by seymour_spSee all my reviews

As soon as I read stratus_phere's gratuitous ad hominem attack on Tina Fey, making no attempt to review the actual episode, I smelt a rat. Sure enough, a brief perusal of 'phere's other reviews betrays his/her true agenda.

My view is that Tina Fey, while clearly too "liberal" for some, is a comic genius who regularly makes important and worthwhile comments on the inanity and ghastliness of much of the modern world and how these are all too often reflected in and perpetuated by popular media such as TV - and, indeed, in some heads of state who are at once partial cause, symptom and personification of such inanity and ghastliness.

To single-agenda "reviewers" I would say: If you have nothing worthwhile to contribute, maybe try practising abstinence.


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