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Kimmy Says Bye! 

Titus is torn between living his dream and winning back Mikey. Lillian takes a final stand against gentrification. Kimmy has an influential fan.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ellie Kemper ... Kimmy Schmidt
Tituss Burgess ... Titus Andromedon
Carol Kane ... Lillian Kaushtupper
Jane Krakowski ... Jacqueline White
Lisa Kudrow ... Lori-Anne Schmidt
Lauren Adams ... Gretchen Chalker
Sara Chase ... Cyndee Pokorny
Sol Miranda ... Donna Maria Nuñez
Zachary Quinto ... Eli Rubin
Kenan Thompson ... Roland
Peter Riegert ... Artie Goodman
Mike Carlsen ... Mikey Politano
Dylan Gelula ... Xanthippe Voorhees
Myra Lucretia Taylor Myra Lucretia Taylor ... Nono Folami
Brandon Andrus Brandon Andrus ... Andrew


Titus is torn between living his dream and winning back Mikey. Lillian takes a final stand against gentrification. Kimmy has an influential fan.

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Comedy | Drama



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25 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


In the pilot, Kimmy and Titus sing "Circle of Life" from The Lion King (1994) on Times Square where Titus works as an Iron Man impersonator, in order to make ends meet. In this last episode of the show, Titus sings the song as part of the cast of the Broadway musical version, signifying that he has become a star finally. See more »


References Sliding Doors (1998) See more »


Mambo Italiano (Titus Version)
Written by Bob Merrill, Frankie Laine and William Fischer (as William S. Fischer)
Performed by Tituss Burgess
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The Circle of life, has gone 360*
27 January 2019 | by windcaution-34858See all my reviews

My first review ever.

What can I say? I'd be lying if I didn't see the last few seconds of Kimmy Schmidt through a fuzzy veil of purple, yellow and pink splotches of color, that became a clear image once I blinked and sent a tear on its merry way down.

This season was a rough one for the audience member. Where I ( and including most my friends ) lost the trajectory of interest of the show was the " documentary " episode. I love John Hamm, great actor, easy on the eyes obviously, but I have no idea where the hell that episode was going. It was much a turn off as being caught looking at a dirty magazine by your parents in high school. It just disconnected the flow and the zaniness of what we so loved about this show. However, seeing as how I really don't commit much to anything the whole way through, I talked myself into bypassing through the documentary episode and fufill my promise of finishing the series Like I did on that first episode a few years back. I can definitely say, that season 4 was the right time to say goodbye. I believe that the story had perched Kimmy and all the characters as far as they could go and though four seasons seems relatively short in a sitcom world, but it felt right. In a world full of fast growth with technology and unlimited access to knowledge and the way this tub boat that we're all riding along with works, Probably expedited Kimmys journey into catching up fifteen years into just four seasons. I'm not going to baby step and give anyone a recap of the episode because , It's not Shakespeare and No one should have to have their hands held for a show like Kimmy Schmidt. Take it for what it is, a fun journey of positive outlook on everyday life and when the writing is good, it's brilliant. Thanks for this enjoyable ride, and the ending is just what anyone could have wanted. So, I tip my hat to Kimmy Schmidt, Titus and Jacqueline for a great series ,though somewhat rocky by the end. And one more thing , run Lilian !

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