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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 2: Tina Fey, Jeff Goldblum, more photos

The next installment of the Netflix original boasts a roster of famous faces for every occasion

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Fans are just two weeks away from climbing out of their Kimmy Schmidt-less bunkers and diving into a new season of the Netflix original comedy series. As the April 15 premiere draws closer, we now know some of the celebrity cameos that will pop up throughout the second season, including Jeff Goldblum, Zosia Mamet, and an appearance by co-creator Tina Fey herself.

Above, Jeff Goldblum channels his inner Dr. Phil as the talk show host Dr. Dave, who is interested in the story of the Mole Women. Although Goldblum made his name in action-adventure films like Jurassic Park, he’s more taken to comedy in recent years, taking guest spots on sketch shows like Inside Amy Schumer and Portlandia.

Below, see more famous faces as they appear in the second season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.

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Amy Sedaris will return in her season 1 role of Mimi Kanassis, one of Jacqueline’s friends from high society who fell from grace after her divorce. Now that Jacqueline, too, has divorced her wealthy husband, she has a lot more in common with Mimi, as the pair team up to scramble up the social ladder again.

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As if co-creating, writing, and producing Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt wasn’t enough, Tina Fey will also appear in the second season as a therapist named Andrea Bayden. (And no, not as Marcia Clark, as she appeared in season 1.) Although judging from that boozy image, she might not be the best person to take advice from.

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Zosia Mamet leans into her Girls persona as a hipster trying to gentrify Lillian’s neighborhood. Evan Jonigkeit, who recently costarred with Tina Fey in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, will play a fellow hipster.

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Is it a modern oddball comedy without an appearance from Fred Armisen? The Portlandia star and former Saturday Night Live castmate of Fey’s will play one of Lillian’s former flames, who seems to have a lot in common with the suspect of a recent high-profile court case. Hmm …

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David Cross returns to Netflix after the platform recently gave him a spiritual successor to his sketch series Mr. Show, called W/Bob and David. Cross portrays an attorney for the Jewish Art Reclamation Project named Russ Snyder, and will interact predominantly with Jacqueline.

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Finally, Pitch Perfect and The Good Wife actress Anna Camp will appear as Deirdre Robespierre, a high-society rival of Jacqueline’s.