The Netflix show The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is coming to an end. However, the show is going out in style and giving us a moment to remember.
The trailer for the comedy series’ final season shows one of the show’s stars Tituss Burgess (who plays Kimmy’s roommate Titus Andromedon) paying homage to one of black America’s most beloved ’90s sitcoms, Living Single. The recreation was titled Magic City.
The video shows the cast of UKS- Titus, the show’s titular character (portrayed by Ellie Kemper) Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski) and Lillian (Carol Kane)- recreating the scene that fans should remember from the show’s theme song.
Burgess is also seen recreating the shadowy dance-sequence in the theme song, shimmies on the stoop with his cast mates, and changes up the lyrics in the song.
“It’s a nineties kind of world/ and everyone is gay/ when I say, Titus, you say nothing…” he sings.
The second-part of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s last season will available to stream via Netflix on Jan. 25. Burgess’ time on the show has earned him four Primetime Emmy nominations as well as two NAACP Image Awards nods for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.