New York Times Tv Reporter
11:06 EST, 11 Nov, 2013
Damon Wayans Jr. had to drop out of the sitcom “New Girl” after appearing in the pilot. Now, in Season 3, he’s back.
OMG, New Girl , we should probably talk about how it's not okay that even the silly, lulzy Halloween episode was kind of a downer—the latest in a recent string of them—but at the same time, "Keaton" was cracky and good and still more
In The Dark Knight Rises (one of the weird new Batman movies, according to Nick Miller), it seems that handsome billionaire Bruce Wayne has nothing to live for. He exists only for the time he spends fighting crime in his Batsuit (or Batmansuit more
First things first: yes, " Keaton " was funny--very funny, in fact--and had some brutally clever New Girl quotes (I've never heard a "Multiplicity" joke that I didn't like, it's true).
Yes, Joey Ramona Quim more
Remember when Nick was a law school drop out who was overeducated but unmotivated? Now he’s barely literate and rarely sober. Of course, he’s funnier than ever, spitting out dozens of amazing one-l...
Last week on New Girl we watched Schmidt try to break up Nick and Jess by playing on their weaknesses. While " The Captain " definitely made everyone really uncomfortable and hit pause for a moment, I think this week Nick and Jess hit thei more
It seems New Girl has made it a priority, and a sort of twisted game, to see how many tired, old, eye-roll-inducing sitcom tropes it can cram into an episode that still manages to be AMAZING.
There is no better example of the difference between television reality and actual reality than the way TV couples flop simultaneously onto their backs as a shorthand for “we just had great sex.” The audience accepts this even though it implie more