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K-Day (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Day!) is nearly a week away. As a quick appetizer before the binge, Netflix has just released a short scene between Jane Krakowski's Jacqueline and a character we haven't met before, Deirdre, played by Anna Camp. She seems like a younger, meaner, richer (?) version of Jacqueline.
The clip features a Birkin "that's made entirely out of famous internet cats" and open containers of white wine on what appears to be New York's Upper West Side. Go nuts:
Little does Deirdre know, Birkins tend to appreciate in value. But what can you do? She got a political science degree, not an finance one.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is about Kimmy, a woman who was held in captivity for most of her teens and twenties and is now trying to figure out life in the big city just like the rest of us! Its second season lands in full on April 15 on Netflix.