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What do you do when your significant other’s brother hits on you? If you’re Jane Krakowski’s Kimmy Schmidt character Jacqueline, you enlist your gay friend Titus (Tituss Burgess) to pretend to be a straight paramour named “Cork Rockingham.”
Titus — or, Cork — proclaims his love for Jacqueline and declares that he meant what he told her, “that night at the Foxwoods casino.”
But Duke Snyder (Josh Charles), the brother of Jacqueline’s beloved Russ Snyder (David Cross), isn’t giving up that easily.
“I know I said I came here to apologize, but ever since that kiss, I can’t stop thinking about you,” says Duke.
Jacqueline rejects them both, claiming she’s “a married woman,” which would suggest to viewers that she and Russ tied the knot after Kimmy Schmidt‘s second-season finale.
But she, too, is open to taking “a lover,” and orders them to dance for her to help her choose.
To watch how Duke and Titus bust a move, watch the clip below.
The third season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt starts streaming on Netflix on May 19.
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