The minute-long clip features Rachel Brosnahan‘s Midge in court, having a surprisingly civil discussion about her children’s custody with her husband Joel (Michael Zegen) ahead of a 6-month tour with the singer Shy Baldwin (Leroy McClain). The rest of the clip teases the lavish chaos of the trek, with Midge taking off with her manager Susie (Alex Borstein) and wacky parents (Tony Shalhoub and Marin Hinkle) in tow.
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Gwen Verdon’s “If My Friends Could See Me Now” plays as Midge teases her new act, cracking, “It’s 1960, an unmarried woman will take the pill so she can have as much sex as she wants. And a married woman will just have a headache and call it a night!”
The Season Two finale of Marvelous Mrs. Maisel left a lot up in the air, like whether Midge will divorce Joel and marry Benjamin (Zachary Levi), or whether Susie will leave Midge to manage powerful stand-up comic Sophie Lennon (Jane Lynch). It’s also unclear whether or not Abe will actually resign from Bell Labs and Columbia University. One thing is for certain, though: Luke Kirby’s Lenny Bruce is back for Season Three.
Created by Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has won two Golden Globe Awards (Best Television Series in the Musical or Comedy category and Best Actress in the Musical or Comedy category) and several Emmys, including Outstanding Comedy Series. “I feel like I see women falling apart on TV all the fucking time,” Sherman-Palladino told Rolling Stone last year. I just want some woman to keep her shit together.”
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