Nick-Jess enthusiasts, get ready!
The gang goes camping and men try to be men.
The wounded, lonely men of New Girl have become the series’ driving force. And they’re driving in circles.
Winston is the new Jess. Or maybe he was Jess all along.
Man, Coach is the worst.
New Girl's Halloween episode is the best of the season so far.
What makes someone a good person? Schmidt really wants to know.
Schmidt is at his best when he's at his worst.
Move over, Walter White — Schmidt is the one who knocks.
Did you hear about Schmidt and the cat?
As season three opens, Paradise Nick and Paradise Jess are coasting blissfully through the Paradise Phase of their relationship.
It's a sitcom wedding, so obviously things went smoothly.
Jessica Day is large and in charge.
Last night's episode pushed the Nick-Jess plot forward by looking backwards at everyone’s embarrassing first sexual encounters.
A bachelorette party and Winston sends a roomful of women a very NSFW pic of Nick.
This show's been on a roll lately, so we're a bit forgiving of last night's subpar episode.
We got to meet the rest of Nick's relatives. At a funeral.
Everyone save Winston got facially bruised in last night's episode.
That kiss from two weeks ago didn’t douse the sexual tension — it only inflamed it.
After last week's big moment, the roomates deal with the fallout. Sort of.
So that happened.
Last night’s episode contained no moments of deep feeling. Instead, it was all goofy slapstick.
“Who eats elephant tacos? That’s not even a saying."
Don’t play chicken with Schmidt. That guy does not back down.
We gotta workshop that headline.
Roof tubs, strippers, and lightning-bolt suits.
Ladies be worried about their eggs and guys be worried about their virility.
Jamie Lee Curtis, Rob Reiner, Rob Riggle — what was not to like?
Let’s take a moment to appreciate Nick Miller.
Would Cece and Jess be friends if they met today?
We all get old eventually. Schmidt has trouble dealing with this.
How do you pronounce thermos?
Last night’s episode managed to take two wildly different genres — sex farce and time travel — and blend them together wonderfully.
Season two of New Girl begins with multiple endings.
Jess tries to get back with that guy who looks like Justin Long and Nick reconnects with Caroline.
Schmidt dates a Russian model and gets a broken penis. We've all been there.
New Girl does Very Special Episodes so well.
Drinking games and Beyoncé-colored shakes.
Even by New Girl’s shouty standards, last night contained a lot of yelling.
"Look at them! They don’t know what Saved by the Bell is and they’ve never felt pain."
Against type, Jess now digs a rich dude.
“I got fat because I used to eat Concord grape jelly from the jar using a candy bar as a fork.”
"Nick Miller, Nick Miller, never does anything.”
"Your happiness seems like a mask.”
Jess attempts to find some "strange."
Sometimes humanity is just a guy who lives in the basement and wants to experiment with group sex.
New Girl gets meta.
Looks like there’s room for more than one hipster pinup on this show.
“I hope Paul’s packing some coral polyps."
“'Nick’s such a tinkle.' 'I think he’s more of a tunkle.'”
He stops by.
“My face is my job! My face is my job!”
“Country’s broke. Betty White’s back.”
"Suppress the Jess."
The sitcom has some growing pains in episode two.
As one of Jess's exes.
Are you a Doing Guy or a Dumpling Guy?
Ferguson the cat and True American game modes included.
His four-episode arc has been expanded
It was "real man" night on Fox, apparently. And we have the GIFs.
Oh, and Coach was there, too.
Even though I wanted it.
And Nick ran into a door.
Nick-Jess enthusiasts, get ready!
In a good way: diapers, penis casts, and Larry Charles are involved.