10 things we want to see on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s season 4

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ATLANTA, GA – OCTOBER 25: From left, actors Mike Carlsen and Tituss Burgess both of Net Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, at the GLAAD Gala Atlanta, in partnership with Ketel One Vodka on October 25, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for GLAAD)

We want Titus to have a happy ending… but maybe not with Mikey

And speaking of Titus, he needs his own happy ending, too. Titus Andromedon is a failed Broadway star who was basically a shut-in before Kimmy moved in and forced him to start living his life again. It’s about time he gets his big break and finally takes on New York the right way.

Over the course of three seasons, Titus has a few different jobs. He became a waiter at a singing restaurant. He tried to launch a one-man show about his past life as a geisha (it was controversial, to say the least). Titus, most recently, takes a job singing backup for a conspiracy theorist singer named Gordy. One of their songs, “Boobs in California,” becomes a surprise hit, and Titus’ new agent Jacqueline helps him get the money he deserves and even lands him a gig.

Even though Titus is one of the laziest men in the world, he’s still talented, and it would be great to see him end on top. Maybe he finally gets cast in a Broadway musical, or maybe he manages to spin the “Boobs in California” success into a full-fledged singing career!

Unfortunately, we don’t see that happy ending being with his ex-boyfriend, Mikey. Mikey came out of the closet when he accepted his feelings for Titus, and Titus was his first boyfriend. Their relationship was strange, and they didn’t last long thanks to Titus’ quirks, but the idea of an over the top, sassy, black Broadway performer dating a recently out of the closet, Italian construction worker from Queens warmed our heart.

While we loved to see Mikey accept himself, we think it’s best the two move on. Titus definitely needs someone like Mikey to keep him down to earth, but Mikey needs to grow and experience new things without Titus. And like Jacqueline, maybe Titus doesn’t need his happy ending to include a man.