All we can tell from the teaser is that Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) gets a new job as Santa's helper at a Christmas-all-year store, and that she's still learning basic social skills from Titus (Tituss Burgess.)
While there's no evidence that Dong (Ki Hong Lee) or Xan (Dylan Gelula) will be coming back for more of the Tina Fey comedy, we're happy to see that Lillian (Carol Kane) and Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski) are still there!
Thoughts on making Mr. Sassafras Jeans our new alias??
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt ahead of its premiere April 15 on Netflix (above)!!!
Answering a rapid fire round of questions, the Sisters star confirmed she was still working on the stage adaptation of her 2004 comedy with her composer husband Jeff Richmond.
Fey didn't have too much to dish about the unfinished story. While she did admit it was "pretty close" to the original plot of the movie, the writer said they were still figuring out when the first act would end.
"The best sighting I had was Caitlyn Jenner.I was trying so hard to have a moment with her. I was trying to make eye contact… and she was not having me. Not on purpose, but she had just come in, and you could tell she was like, 'I am the biggest deal in here. And who wants to know it.' She looked fantastic."
Well on Friday, the former Olympian took to Instagram to respond to the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot actress' comments, by sharing a photo of herself watching the comedian's interview on Live! With Kelly & Michael.
She addressed Tina in the caption, writing:
"Tina, sorry I missed you at the Vanity Fair party. I can't believe I missed my favorite funny girl. We have to get together."
As the Sorry singer moves to another closet, he stumbles upon dog sh*t, which he of course leaves on the ground and keeps going. Why would his dog DARE poo on the floor -- what does he look like, a maid service or something?!
Next up, Justin shows the camera a "street worker, not a prostitute" jacket followed by a fur coat which he jokes would make him "PETA's favorite person in the world."