Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

This Netflix show has the pinball dialogue, social satire, and surreal characters I liked about Tina Fey and 30 Rock. Finally rescued from a bunker in which she's been trapped by a crazed preacher since before the Internet, Unbreakable Kimmy refuses to play the victim and starts a new, naively optimistic life in New York. She rents a place with a flamboyantly gay black aspiring actor and works for an unhappy, rich, secretly Native American woman. Spoiler alert, but among other things you don't see every day, an Asian guy (the illegal immigrant boyfriend) gets to kiss the cute white girl.