This week's episode titled "Nerd" introduced an intriguing Mean Girls-esque storyline for Jess, who was the proverbial Cady Heron to the "cool teacher" clique at her school. Among them were Angela Kinsey and Mark Proksch (both from more
Alright, guys, I think we need to talk about Schmidt. One of my favorite parts of New Girl , throughout both its first and second seasons, was that Schmidt was the loveable annoying guy. He was the guy who owned a pair of driving moccasins and more
Not gonna lie—I had to watch this episode twice to truly form an opinion on it. And while I doubt it will end up on my list of awesome Season 3 episodes, after a second viewing, my initial WTF reaction mellowed to a comfortable "meh." &nbs more
The title of “Double Date” implies that the plot would perhaps surround a double date between Nick, Jess, Schmidt, and CeCe. But it’s all a smokescreen for the real center of the episode and, so fa...
On Sunday night, with the conclusion of Breaking Bad , we lost one of television’s great antiheroes. On Tuesday, Heisenberg’s shoes and hat were filled by a new monster, a man with all the marks of a true villain. He acts in his ow more
Yes, there was a song about a cat, a bad Toni Morrison impression, a heated debate about the validity of the moon landing and other pops of New Girl 's trademark whimsy - but " Double Date " stands apart in the show's history as the dark more
This week, Jess ran afoul of a cliche workplace clique, Schmidt continued to date both Elizabeth and Cece, and Winston contemplated the best way to kill a cat. Read More...
Creating a successful period piece takes enormous attention to detail, as evidenced by Schmidt’s walk-in scale model of Don Draper’s office. A less celebrated accomplishment is creating a fictional present rooted in an actual past. Ugh. This w more