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Kimmy Is a Feminist! 

Kimmy goes to her first college party with her new friends. Jacqueline calls Titus for backup when Russ's brother puts the moves on her.

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Kimmy goes to her first college party with her new friends. Jacqueline calls Titus for backup when Russ's brother puts the moves on her.

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Titus tells Duke he was a running back at Carl Lee Hailey High in Texas. Carl Lee Hailey is a fictional character in John Grisham's courtroom novel "A Time To Kill." See more »

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References Law & Order (1990) See more »

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Music by John Stafford Smith
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When Comedy Does It Right
17 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

This episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was possibly the best one yet! Juggling between the hysterical c*** block of the perfect chauvinist (that only Tina Fey could write), and the baffling student gender theorists; the episode had sculpted performances all round. The comic timing was perfect, not only in dialogue but also visually. Jokes were established and concluded at exactly the right time; Something rarely done properly in mainstream TV. It managed to pack a multitude of contemporary western feminist issues into one gloriously satirical, swift and brief episode. It was the best comic relief for conflicted and disheartened feminists like myself, and one of the few well executed bits of American comedy I've seen in a while.


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