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Kimmy Goes To College In Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 3 Trailer

Kimmy is getting a divorce and going to college in the new trailer for the third season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

The trailer begins with Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) deciding what to do next after earning her GED. At the suggestion of Lillian (Carol Kane), she decides to do what "most white girls" do and go to college, a place that (despite not having recess) Kimmy takes to pretty well. From the trailer, it also seems like she'll already have an old friend there, with Xan (Dylan Gelula) looking none too happy to see her old nanny on campus.

Meanwhile, Titus (Titus Burgess) is struggling after losing his cruise ship job, causing him to try to produce his own green, something which his lackluster drawing skills make quite difficult. His life is thrown into even more turmoil when he sees Mikey (Mike Carlsen) entering his apartment with another guy, which causes him to go full on Beyonce. "I'm not overreacting, I'm Lemonading," he tells Lillian, before going out to smash the windows in Mikey's truck.

Briefly shown in the trailer (but likely to play a much bigger part in the full season) is Rev. Richard Wayne Gary Wayne (Jon Hamm), who dropped a bomb on the audience at the end of season 2 when he called Kimmy asking for a divorce. For some reason, Kimmy seems reluctant to sign the divorce papers, telling the Reverend, "I haven't had a chance to sign that thing because nobody in New York uses pens anymore. Everyone just vapes each other now."

Elsewhere in the trailer for what the cast has described as the season of breakups is the end of Lillian's pairing with Bobby Durst (Fred Armisen), who leaves without killing her, despite Titus' fears to the contrary. "I don't want to make sexy pottery with you," he exclaims to his would-be ghosty landlord. The trailer also teases some of the show's famous guest stars, including Daveed Diggs (Hamilton) and Josh Charles (The Good Wife).

The series, one of the best on Netflix, will return with 13 episodes on May 19.