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Kimmy Goes to the Doctor! 

Kimmy has an eye-opening experience when Jaqueline introduces her to her plastic surgeon. Titus auditions for a Spider-Man musical.

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Dr. Franff
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Coriolanus Burt
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Kimmy has an eye-opening experience when Jaqueline introduces her to her plastic surgeon. Titus auditions for a Spider-Man musical.

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The real life plastic surgeon who is supposedly a spoof of Dr. Franff, (Dr Frederick Brandt) who is played my Martin Short, committed suicide on April 5, 2015. It is rumoured that because the show over-exaggerates the looks of Dr. Brandt, and the harsh media attention he received because of this is one of the potential reasons that led to his suicide. See more »

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Jacqueline Voorhees: I look so sad. What filter is this?
Kimmy Schmidt: None! Hashbrown no filter!
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Features Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) See more »

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Spider-Men End Credits
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Written by Jack Burditt, Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond
Performed by Tituss Burgess
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It Comes Up "Short"
25 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Two plots are going on here. One has to do with Kimmy reconnecting with one of the other Mole Women. She also comes to believe that her appearance is holding her back. This leads to her seeking out Jacqueline, who refers her to her plastic surgeon, played as a manic nut case by Martin Short. Meanwhile, Titus finds out that there is an opening on the Broadway show "Spiderman." The Spider men are getting injured right and left and he believes he can fill the bill. The absurdity, of course, is that he doesn't remotely resemble the classic Spiderman character. Tituss Burgess is hilarious, as always, as the gay roommate. He butts head with his sworn enemy who has had a more successful career. Nicely conceive and performed.


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