New Girl 3 Seasons 2011

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Season 1
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1. Pilot AGES_12_AND_OVER

Zooey Deschanel stars as Jess Day, a young woman who, after discovering her long-term boyfriend is cheating on her, moves into a loft apartment with three male roommates - prickly bartender Nick, womanizer Schmidt and intense personal trainer Coach. In the opener, the guys try to help Jess get back on her feet and into the dating world.

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Season 1
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    1. Pilot Zooey Deschanel stars as Jess Day, a young woman who, after discovering her long-term boyfriend is cheating on her, moves into a loft apartment with three male roommates - prickly bartender Nick, womanizer Schmidt and intense personal trainer Coach. In the opener, the guys try to help Jess get back on her feet and into the dating world.

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    2. Kryptonite Nick and Schmidt convince Jess to get her stuff out of her ex-boyfriend Spencer's apartment; Jess meets new roommate Winston, who has returned from playing basketball in Latvia. Winston tries to get his old room back from Schmidt.

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    3. Wedding The guys are invited to a wedding of a mutual friend. Nick, fearful he will run into his ex-girlfriend Caroline (guest star Mary Elizabeth Ellis), asks Jess to be his date. Meanwhile, Winston takes his role as an usher very seriously and gets competitive on the dance floor with a young guest.

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    4. Naked Jess accidentally walks in on Nick naked, sending his self-confidence to an all-time low - just after an attractive co-worker (guest star Lake Bell) agrees to go out on a date with him. Meanwhile, Winston becomes obsessed with learning pop-culture references online.

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    5. Cece Crashes Cece convinces Jess that Nick likes her more than just as a roommate and Schmidt tries to seal the deal with Cece.

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    6. Thanksgiving Jess invites Paul (guest star Justin Long), a music teacher at her school on whom she always has had a crush, to the gang's big Thanksgiving dinner at the loft, which naturally goes horribly awry.

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    7. Bells Jess gets jealous when Winston joins her troubled-youth handbell quartet and instantly becomes a natural. Meanwhile Nick and Schmidt engage in class warfare when the toilet breaks and they each have their own idea of how to get it fixed.

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    8. Bad in Bed When Jess decides to take her relationship with Paul to the next level, she consults with the guys for some sex advice. Meanwhile, Schmidt worms his way into his boss' baby shower to compete with his office female counterpart.

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    9. The 23rd The gang attends Schmidt's holiday office party and Jess frets when she receives an expensive gift from Paul.

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    10. The Story of the 50 When Schmidt's plans for his 29th birthday fall apart, Jess takes charge and enlists the help of her school's party hungry vice-principal (guest star Rachael Harris). Meanwhile, Nick begrudgingly has his first date at Schmidt's party with a beautiful lawyer (guest star Lizzy Caplan) who harbors a secret, and the gang wonders who placed a 50 dollar bill in the douchebag jar.

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    11. Jess and Julia Nick panics when Julia (guest star Lizzy Caplan) doesn't want to put a label on their relationship. Meanwhile, Jess enlists Julia to help her get out of a traffic ticket, Winston reconnects with a former booty call (guest star Kali Hawk) and Schmidt is baffled as to why his shower towel is always damp.

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    12. The Landlord Jess goes against Nick's wishes and makes it her mission to get the loft's cantankerous landlord (guest star Jeff Kober) to like her. In doing so, she inadvertently jeopardizes their living situation and the guys are forced to admit they've made some "unofficial" changes to the apartment.

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    13. Valentine's Day Single for the first time on Valentine's Day, Jess convinces Schmidt to be her wingman as she attempts to have an attachment-free fling with a handsome stranger (guest star Ryan Kwanten). Nick's romantic plans are foiled when he finds himself spending more time with Julia's (guest star Lizzy Caplan) law firm assistant (guest star Clark Duke) than with her.

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    14. Bully When Jess tries to intervene with a classroom bully she finds herself the target of the bad seed student (guest star Joey King). Schmidt, meanwhile, is thrilled over his post-Valentine's sexcapades, but hates that his paramour wants to keep it a secret; and Nick goes into a tailspin when Julia (guest star Lizzy Caplan) sends him a cactus.

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    15. Injured When Nick is hurt playing a game of touch football and Jess discovers he doesn't have insurance, she brings him to her doctor friend - an OB-GYN. The gang rallies together and Nick evaluates his life when his seemingly innocuous back injury may prove to be more serious than thought.

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    16. Control After Jess realizes that Schmidt is unfairly doing all of the housework, she pushes him to "go on strike," and the entire ecosystem of the loft is thrown off balance. Meanwhile, Nick scrambles when he must pay up to Winston after losing a poker game.

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    17. Fancyman, Part 1 Jess reluctantly dates the wealthy father of one of her students. Meanwhile, Nick attempts to buy a new cell phone and Schmidt and Winston get ultra-competitive playing bar trivia.

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    18. Fancyman, Part 2 Jess' sophisticated date with Russell (guest star Dermot Mulroney) doesn't go as planned. Meanwhile, Nick's college friend visits and brings out Nick's inner frat boy to help him get over his break-up with Julia. Also, Winston panics when Shelby goes on a "girls" vacation and Schmidt and Cece try to keep their relationship under the covers, but one of the friends finds out their secret.

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    19. Secrets While training for a marathon, Jess discovers that Cece has been keeping a secret from her, and their friendship is put to the test. Meanwhile, Winston can't handle being the only one who knows about Cece and Schmidt, and Nick reluctantly asks for Schmidt's help as he tries to juggle dating two women at once.

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    20. Normal A nervous Jess invites Russell to spend the weekend at the loft, and her fears are amplified when he gets along better with the guys than she hoped. Meanwhile, Winston begins work at a sports radio station, but quickly finds out his boss is more of a shock jock, and Nick tries to make an invention from his "Idea Notebook" into a reality.

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    21. Kids Jess babysits Russell's pre-teen daughter for the weekend and meets his ex-wife (guest star Jeanne Tripplehorn). Then, Schmidt and Cece panic when they think she's pregnant. Also, Nick's new girlfriend may be too young and Winston discovers his new boss is a big baby.

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    22. Tomatoes Jess fears she and Russell (guest star Dermot Mulroney) don't share the fiery passion he exhibits with his ex-wife Ouli (guest star Jeanne Tripplehorn). Meanwhile, Cece is not yet willing to admit her true feelings for Schmidt, so she encourages him to go on a date with one of her Russian model roommates. Then, a down-in-the-dumps Nick channels all of his energy into a new vegetable garden.

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    23. Backslide When Jess and Nick run into their exes Paul (guest star Justin Long) and Caroline (guest star Mary Elizabeth Ellis), the gang fears they both may "backslide" into romantic relationships.

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    24. See Ya When one of the roommates decides to move out of the loft, the gang makes an unexpected trip to the desert where Winston faces his fear of the dark, Cece and Schmidt's relationship reaches a turning point and Jess and Nick square off with a coyote.

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    25. New Girl/Glee Sneak Peeks Sneak peek of the adorakable new comedy, New Girl, starring Zooey Deschanel.

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Genres Comedy
Director Jake Kasdan
Season year 2011
Network Twentieth Century Fox
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By SSmith on 21 Oct 2012
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I love New Girl. As with all TV shows, you have to watch the first few episodes to get into the characters. But when you do, oh how good it is. The main character Jess is upbeat and fun, and her room mates are all great characters with stories of their own. There's a whole will-they, won't-they plot between Jess and Nick which is so well done, lots of chemistry and sparks flying. I was a huge fan of Friends and have missed it since it finished; this is on a similar level and I'm looking forward to more!
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Ms. C. A. Anderson VINE VOICE on 25 Jan 2012
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A lot of people might give this a go purely on the basis that Zooey Deschanel is a great actress but I promise you there is more to this than the average sitcom show. Taking the Friday night spot on channel four here in the UK is a big move considering the success and popularity of Friends but its new,fresh, funny and a little outside the box.

Jess, our focus and center of drama is a hilariously funny character who kind of acts like a guy. She is far from a tomboy, although the move to make her look geeky may be slightly questionable, it is more like her mannerisms and her pesona, she is quirky but in a sweet way and it is all done in a hilariously funny way. She has what in the film mean girls they refer to as 'word vomit' and her constant remarks and saying and doing things without thinking make for genuinely cringy and funny moments that have you going did she really do that?

Her character is a refreshing change from the stereotypical women who seem to be associated with this genre and is offset against the guys she is now flat sharing with. Each having their own quirks but my favourite being Shmit who thinks he is such a ladies man and kind of loves himself but does it it in a femininely way which is so funny at times you would wish you knew him. But when it comes down to it the guys are there for Zooey's character Jess when she needs them and I think that is what is great, because as the series progresses you see the bond growing and them becoming like a family together and sticking by each other. Its clear that friendship is the key and that Jess might just be the right person to be the glue in all of their friendships.

The episodes are quite short each time but are similar Friends style format and they have some genuinely funny moments which will have you cringing,laughing,empathising and absolutely loving!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Berty on 10 May 2013
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I did watch the series when it aired on tv, but by the time I watched the DVD I'd forgotten a few of the stories so it was great to see them again. This is witty and charming - and although I can see similarities with Friends, I think it has enough unique qualities to remain original in its themes and humour. Have just started watching the second series on tv and it doesn't match up to this one at all - so I shall treasure this DVD and enjoy watching it on rainy Sunday afternoons!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ria on 25 Feb 2013
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This is a great dvd with extras ect. A reasonable price too.
Zooey Deschanel at her best as Jessica Day
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Max on 16 Dec 2012
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New Girl is definitely one of the break through shows of the past year, Zooey Deschanel is so funny in this dry humored comedy, she shines as the socially awkward yet big kind hearted Jess. The very quirky, very funny and very warm Hearted New Girl! More laughs to come no doubt!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Aidan J. McQuade on 22 Aug 2012
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Following a messy breakup Jess (Zooey Deschanel), a school teacher of "kooky" sensibilities, an unnerving singing habit, and a supermodel best friend (Cece - Hannah Simone), moves into an apartment in Los Angeles with three men at various stages of loserdom in their lives. Naturally nothing will be the same again for any of the five of them.

After a slightly uncertain start this series develops into a very funny ensemble piece. Each character is something of caricature but with enough depth to make them almost believeable and more importantly likeable. Genuine comedy emerges then from the characters sparking off each other and their misadventures in trying to cope with life. This can be quite close to the bone sometimes: one of the characters has a cancer scare, and unemployment threatens, alongside more common sitcom staples such as dating and the search for love. The series is rightly confident enough about the quality of the writing and performances to play without a studio audience or laugh track.

While it may not (YET) be the level of genius of Malcolm in the Middle, Frazier or The Big Bang Theory it certain shows huge promise and already has established itself as a finely written, warm and consistently deeply funny show.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Leah on 2 July 2012
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I don't understand how anybody can find this anything but cheerful! New Girl has good storylines, plus the characters are all hilarious and have had me and my friends in stitches. If you like programmes like friends, scrubs, how i met your mother, and other upbeat comedies then I recommend it. I don't think it tries to be too quirky, I'm not a hugely quirky person and I love it!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. S. R. Cox on 15 Feb 2012
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Your desire to watch New Girl is probably predicated by your tolerance of Zooey Deschanel, her cutesy fringe and massive possum eyes but rest assured there is a lot more to this show than that. If you aren't already a Zooey fan please don't let the somewhat annoying portmanteau "Adorkable" put you off seeing this great show.

In my opinion the first few episodes of the show's run are a little weak, but as season 1 continues this show goes from strength to strength as the writers seem to be figuring out what works and getting rid of what doesn't. If you have seen the first few episodes on TV and are not sure if this show is for you I would definitely recommend sticking with it as the characters become less cartoonish and more fleshed out. While there are lots of comedies about people in their 20s and early 30s struggling with quarter-life crises, this show find a fresh approach to these issues that both men and women of this age in particular should enjoy.

There is lots of cringe-inducing humour and the show benefits from a great deal of physical humour and sight-gags as well as nerdy rapid-fire verbal comedy (which is my favourite!). I would definitely recommend getting this show on DVD, as it is incredibly rewatchable. Not only will you quickly come to really enjoy `hanging-out' with these characters but sometimes the jokes and quips come so quickly you will definitely pick up on jokes you missed during the first watch.

The actors are all excellent and are perfectly cast in their different roles bringing a real warmth to the relationships between the main characters. Zooey is excellent as Jess and is a really refreshing comic lead.
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