Despite its silly tone that fits right in with the the show, the song Lillian sings for karaoke, "Yes! We Have No Bananas," is a real song and was not written for the show. In fact, it's nearly 100 years old. It was so popular upon its release in 1923 that it was #1 on the charts for 5 straight weeks and was the number 3 song of that year. See more »
The baby in the gas station in Peabody Falls that the owner leaves for Kimmy and Titus to worry about keeps changing between shots. One of the child actors has a unibrow that distinguishes them from the other(s). See more »
[talking to Kimmy about his wedding vows]
And you'll never guess what I rhymed with shimmy, Kimmy. Ugh, bugger!
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If you click "Skip intro" for the show as one can in Netflix shows, Mike Britt (the "they alive, dammit!" guy) appears in front of the screen and mock-scolds the viewer for trying to skip the credits, presenting an even longer opening credits sequence. See more »
What a surprise this was! Here is me, sitting at home in quarantine, hoping to find something that could entertain me. And all of a sudden, there it was: Kimmy vs the reverend. This 'movie' holds the charm that made Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt the sweet funny story that it was, and meshes it with the 'create your own story' technique that made Black Mirror: Bandersnatch one of the rare hits of Netflix in the last year. Amazing stuff! And having no clue that this was even in production made it all the more delicious. Watch this, you will not regret it
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