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Playing an aloof Upper East Side housewife on Netflix’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” Jane Krakowski has worn a lot of gold. Krakowski’s portrayal of Jacqueline Voorhes, the out-of-touch pill-popping housewife who hires freed-from-a-bunker Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) as her nanny/assistant/gofer, has earned her an Emmy nomination for supporting actress in a comedy.
That is not to say that being married to someone you love is a beautiful thing, at times things just start going the way you don’t want to.
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I believed I’d so embarrassed him that he needed solitude, wherever he was, which turned out to be Paris. The book advance had financed our move to the city, and would keep us going until I found a job.
I learned some decades later that accompanying him in his solitude was the woman who would soon become his new wife and the mother of two of his subsequent children. “Notes of a Recycled Housewife” chronicles my efforts to get a job to give the kids and me enough money to live independently. I’d thought I might supplement my new salary with some freelance writing — and I did, a bit — but after “Notes of a Recycled Housewife” I was not about to put typewriter to paper in the first person.