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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Script Summary

After being rescued from an underground bunker in which she lived the past 15 years, Kimmy Schmidt decides to move to New York to have a normal life. She makes friends with her new roommate Titus, and works as a babysitter for Jacqueline Voorhees, the wife of a billionaire with many issues. Even though many obstacles are thrown her way, Kimmy makes the best of her new life while having to adapt to the new world around her.

TitleUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
IMDB Rating
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Writers, ,
ActorsEllie Kemper, Tituss Burgess, Carol Kane, Jane Krakowski,
Released06 Mar 2015
Runtime30 min
AwardsNominated for 11 Primetime Emmys. Another 7 wins & 26 nominations.

Discussion About Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

  1. Abi

    I love that this script includes that one-page pitch at the end. This show is one of my all-time favorites, especially because it’s comedy at it’s most effective: hilarious and approachable, but completely real and upfront about really challenging issues. It’s always felt like a really difficult story to sell (if you’re not Tina Fey), and it was helpful to see how they communicated the concept.

    • Stephanie Palmer

      Great point, Abi. The final page is a valuable resource. It showcases how Fey and Carlock pitched the show and used other famous “fish out of water” projects to demonstrate successful precedents. Thanks for pointing that out!

  2. Irene

    I think this script is a great read, not only for its entertainment value (the fact that it was originally called “Tooken” still makes me laugh), but as a learning tool as well. It deftly handles a number of themes of varying weight and somehow fits it all into three tight, dynamic acts.

    One of my favorite things about this script is that you can clearly map how Kimmy and Titus’ relationship grows in every scene and act; they go from total strangers to best friends in a logical track, which felt satisfying and promising.