Titus' 'Lemonade' Parody Lyrics From 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' Season 3 Might Leave You In Tears

Question: what's better than one Lemonade parody on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt? That's easy; the answer is: three Lemonade parodies on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt! Fans of the Netflix comedy knew a riff on Beyoncé's popular "Hold Up" video was coming when it was heavily touted in the promos for Season 3. But what they didn't know was that, when they tuned in to the new batch of episodes, they would be treated to not just one Queen Bey-esque music video — but a trifecta of hilarious spoofs featuring the incomparable Titus Andromedon. And Titus' Lemonade parody lyrics will certainly leave you in tears… of joy, and even perhaps sadness.

The only bad news is that viewers had to wait a whole episode to see the epic Lemonade send-up that was promised in the promos. Titus' Beyoncé impersonation doesn't bear fruit until Episode 2, which means the premiere is a drought for thirsty fans. Fortunately, the second half-hour is like a nice, refreshing glass of — you guessed it — lemonade, starting with Titus' fierce strut down the street in Beyoncé's recognizable yellow dress.

We've known for a long time that Kimmy's roommate was a talented singer, thanks to vignettes like his Lion King audition and the infamous "Peeno Noir." But these three parodies take things to a whole new level. (Netflix has not released official lyrics, so these may not be 100 percent accurate.)

"Hold Up"

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The first and longest sequence — titled "Furiosity" — is a full recreation of Beyoncé's "Hold Up" video, from the introduction in a submerged bedroom through the frolicking in the streets all the way to the car-bashing finale.


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The shortest sequence — titled "Whatevers" — is a spoof on the spoken word beginning of the "Sorry" video… although it sadly gets cut off by Mikey knocking at the door before Titus can launch into the actual song itself.

"All Night"

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Beyoncé's song about true love gets the Titus treatment at the very end of the episode — complete with the boldly patterned dress worn while wandering among tall grass.

I'm not crying, you're crying. Here's hoping that Titus and Mikey manage to reconcile sooner rather than later! I can't stand seeing them apart…

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