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
Like I said : they were definitely going to start fighting again this week.
But ill-defined threats to stay at a hotel under an assumed name aside, I thought " Nerd " finally gave us a full, vivid look at how Jess and Nick funct more
Jessica Day has always been a dork. It’s basically the premise of the show. The marketers even used the much-maligned phrase “adorkable” in the ad campaign. Jess’s uncoolness has always been a corn...