New Girl "Cooler" Review: ALL. OF. THE. FEELS.

New Girl S02E15: “Cooler”

IT HAPPENED. You guys, it happened. I didn’t really think it would. I’m a cynical bastard and I accept that. I thought the whole Nick/Jess kiss was some sneaky marketing tease and more hype than anything. Promos aren’t meant to be accurate depictions of the approaching story, you know? They’re meant to get you to tune in. So as far as I was concerned, there would be no kiss. If there was to be a kiss, it wouldn’t mean anything. It would be a joke. Jess’s relationship with Dr. Sam is going okay and New Girl isn’t desperate for ratings, which means there’s no rush to get the ol’ Jess/Nick train rolling at any meaningful speed.

But sometimes it’s really awesome-tastic to be wrong. This is one of those times.

The men geared up for a guys' night out that was blatantly dedicated to getting laid. Winston, Nick, and Schmidt are all single and sexually frustrated: Winston claimed he hadn't gotten any nookie since Labor Day. Choking his own chicken just wasn’t cutting it for Schmidt anymore. And Nick—having adopted the latest of his alter egos, “Trenchcoat Nick”—was just feeling uncharacteristically confident in his new frock, a ladies' trenchcoat that'd accidentally been delivered to the loft. It was flattering and roomy and he liked it, okay? Trenchcoat Nick does not allow his fashion choices to be dictated by gender expectations.

With Sam and Cece both busy for the evening, Jess was ready to take up the mantle of Nick’s best wingwoman, but as Nick explained, Jess is terrible at, uh, winging. Her track record of getting Nick laid is so unimpressive that he went as far as to declare her his “cooler,” an individual who either intentionally or unknowingly ruins their partner’s hot streak. Ouch, burn... freezer burn.

Jess resigned herself to a boring night full of cleaning the closet with Melon Nick—the silent, inanimate Nick alter ego that Nick himself finds creepy. What sounded like someone or something trying to get through the front door sent Jess scrambling for her phone to send an S.O.S. What’s up with sticking Jess in mortal peril all of a sudden, New Girl? J/K, it’s fine. We got a new round of True American out of it, complete with a “sexy new twist” devised by Jess to get Nick laid when her terror-filled game of phone tag forced the guys to relocate to the loft with their female pursuits. (It’s okay, Nick’s lady coat had gotten them all kicked out of the club earlier in the evening anyway.)

So things got weird, as they are wont to do during drinking games. Winston wandered off to learn the ways of the smoooooth operator with his single/not-single guru. Nick and Schmidt initially battled for the (sexual) favor of Holly, played by Brooklyn Decker of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue fame. Holly apparently gets off on sad men—yikes?—and it was a battle of the sob stories with Schmidt pulling out his Cece angst and Nick simply pointing out that he’s Nick—an existence that in and of itself is a perpetual sob story.

Jess did her part to lose the cooler label, manipulating the rules of True American to get Nick and his target behind the “Iron Curtain,” where they would be forced to kiss for the entertainment of the masses. The plan backfired when she and Nick wound up together and the drunken horde on the other side of the door determined that their cute little peck was a total cop out. The horde eventually grew to include Cece, her prospective-husband-of-the-week, and Dr. Sam as they all finally answered Jess’s distress calls from earlier in the episode, and can I just say that I know we’re supposed to be cheering for Nick here (and I totally am) but Sam really endeared himself to me when he was apprised of the kissing situation and instead of going all stereotypical jealous boyfriend, jumped right on the “KISS, YOU FOOLS” bandwagon. <3 him. <3 Nick more. But <3 him too.

It was actually a very smart move to make Dr. Sam a perfectly likeable and amusing character in his own right leading up to the great New Girl love triangle of Season 2. I typically hate love-triangle storylines. Hate them so hard. There's an entire chunk of Suits that is borderline unwatchable to me because the love-triangle hate runs so deep. There’s certainly still time for this storyline to become terrible, but for now, it’s off to a good start. Nick is The Chosen One, but Sam is an okay guy, and Jess is in a tough spot that isn’t at all of her own making, which is usually the problem with these triangular storylines: Someone is inevitably the bad guy.

If we want to make the argument that Nick should have just kissed Jess behind the Iron Curtain when it was just a game and it didn’t mean anything, we can, but I don’t want to because that isn’t the point of Nick’s gesture—not to mention I’m pretty sure the man is going to be wallowing in a mighty fine guilt trip over it the next time we see him. He didn’t want to kiss Jess without meaning it and he knew that to kiss her when it mattered would be out of line because Sam isn’t a bad guy and Jess isn’t unhappy with Sam and because Nick loves Jess, he’s willing to let her have what makes her happy—even if it doesn’t include him.

Nick lamented the loss of Trenchcoat Nick when the rightful owner of the coat claimed it, because Nick so rarely sees Default Nick as anyone worth celebrating. His alter egos let him enjoy being whatever kind of person he wants to be, doing whatever he wants to do, with little repercussion because everyone is in on the joke. Default Nick is good people though, and I like to think that once the drama surrounding that (really amazing) kiss plays out, Nick will see that for himself.

I also hope that this (best) kiss (ever) doesn’t lead to an excess of weirdness between Nick and Jess even though I accept that some awkwardness and angst is to be expected... but I love them and they’re perfect and I don’t want them to fight.

So pls don’t fight guys, love you, kthnx.

For the romantically inclined: What did you think of THE KISS? For the less-romantically inclined: How ‘bout that Zoey Deschanel spending half the episode wandering around in a bra? That was a cute bra.


NOTES


– One-liner of the night: “It’s like a taffy pull on a hot summer day.” Schmidt on his difficulties with, uh, self-love.

– I know that the whole joke with True American is that it doesn’t make sense, but I felt like this time around, it was slightly more logical. I also have no idea what that means.

– Clinton Rules: PICK YOUR INTERN. Best addendum to the rule book or best addendum to the rule book?

– Jess freaking out about her Crips curtains. Priceless.

– How do you think Nick/Jess is going to play out from here?

– Schmidt and Cece kind of got overshadowed by all of the overwhelming Jess/Nick feels, but they had a moment when Cece lied/didn’t-really-lie about her feelings for Schmidt when Sad Girl started to doubt his tale of woe. Is there still hope for those two?

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Was that not the best onscreen kiss ever?! He really MEANT it!
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I hope it gets reeeeeally weird and awkward. That's when "New Girl" is at its best.
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well the winston kiss was also a pretty decent one, definitely more than a C- :) and since I have rewinded this for like, too many times, Nick kinda grew on me quite some:) I have been looking for a Ted Mosby of myself, Nick Miller, with this performance (the epic kiss and puppy looks) made himself the second to the list:) I'm afraid I might have sth for the sad guys too:))))
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Loved this episode. The kiss was epic and the timing so perfect. It wouldn't have been this good if it had been during the dare. Can't wait till next week. I just hope they won't drag the awkwardness out too long before the next kiss.
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I needed that kiss SO. MUCH.
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That kiss.. Epic! I rewind it about three times. Thank you for it, best chemistry I've seen on TV EVER! BTW Jess has some cleavage!
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Best episode yet! I laughed so much, it was like they all went crazy and turned up their "funny volume". and than came the incredible kiss and I was blown away!!!
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I also found that this wasnt a laugh out loud type of episode more me sitting there watching with a dumb smile on my face type of episode :D
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So far my favorite episode (followed by the Landlord and Pepperwood). I almost thought they werent going to kiss but that scene was by far the best tv kiss that ive seen (and if there is one better then i can't remember it right now).
Idk whats worse Jess making a Nick dummy or Nick trying to buy a turtle named Jess to have around the loft. (prob Jess' cuz she went through with making it). They're both so weird yet so loveable at the same time :D
And man was that guy Cece was with kind of lame. Talking about having kids right away and then insisting that she was doing an elaborate scheme to get ot of dating him. Kind of miss her and schmidt together.
I also want to point out that this is not the end of the series (or the begining of the end) like some people are saying /worrying about cuz first off it was just a kiss nothing too big has happened yet. and there have been many series that have continued even though two of the main characters hooked up early. a classic example is Cheers (Sam and Diane ended up together at the end of the first season they they were off and on for an additional 4 yrs).
Anyways awesome kiss and i also loved all the scenes of them together behind the iron curtain. But I have a feeling Nick will be hirt even more from the spoilers I've read. Aw man he never seems to win.
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Logan and Veronica first kiss from Veronica Mars will always be my number one, but this is a close second.
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I forgot about that kiss. It was epic, too.
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Yeah they had a good first kiss too
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there's logan and veronica, peter and olivia, ross and rachel, pacey and joey, even luke and lorelai but i have to say this one's the best for me. anyway i might change my mind depending on the following, you know, if all of those first kisses are no longer in pole-position it is because the relationship ensued by the kiss was too heartbreaking or not as good as the kiss itself. so let's see with Nick and Jess, but the writers never disappointed me thus far
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Yeah sorry didn't watch Fringe.
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Peter and Olivia from Fringe! I mean, I couldn't not mention them, they had their first kiss into another universe!
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who's Peter and Olivia?
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Personally I also like Arthur and Gwen in Merlin and Damon and Elena in the Vampire Diaries (the one at the motel)
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Well, you pretty much mentioned all of my favorites first kisses!!
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OMG! I had totally forgotten about the Pacey and Joey kiss! I loved that one too!
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Holy SHIT! Seriously lads shit be going down. I literally shrieked with delight when they kissed! (slow day)
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BEST EPISODE EVER!! Best first kiss in tv ever!! and i almost choked on my dinner when Schmidt faint while nick was at the window LOL
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oh and my two favourite comedies (With Community not airing right now) Happy Endings and New Girl both had a couple being forced to kiss as people were chanting ''kiss kiss kiss''... little joys of life lol
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Am I the only that's having mixed feelings about this? Dont get me wrong, absolutelyloooved the episode (one of the best episode, especially because of the awesomeness that is True American) and what a great first kiss! great tv moment as it was so unexpected even if they have been hinting hard this season... I am more worried about how it's going to affect their dynamic because I DO NOT WANT THEM TO HOOK UP (just yet) NOR BE AWKWARD! I dont even want a love triangle with Sam (great guy btw). Obviously, Sam and Jess will be ancient history soon but i dont want nick to be the reason...
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Although this not one of my *most* favourite shows, I think I've raped the YouTube "replay" button!!!! This scene was amazing! Simple, honest and truer than many other kissing scenes out there! I absolutely loved it!!!! I've no idea how the whole thing is going to play out but odds are that Nick is going to take a step back and get sort of detached for a while...

As far as Cece and Schmidt are concerned... I really hope they get back together...
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To be honest the kiss was kind of lame..no tongue and it looked like closed mouth...plus kinda awkward. Watch the first kiss of BSG....watch the first kiss on Chuck or even...ok that is enough, lol.
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For all you men out there take note - that is how a girl wants to be kissed! Oh, what an ending. I was totally shocked. I thought it was another episode of lost opportunities and then... WOW! I had to rewind it over and over. I thought the timing was odd since I don't think Nick wants to break Jess and Sam up and enter into a relationship with her just yet. But, I think they are beginning to realize the actual depth of the feelings they have for eachother. I understand tv shows dragging out romantic drama but sometimes I just wish soul mates would just get together and stop wasting their lives on relationships that aren't right. Love New Girl.
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so true! this is exactly how to kiss a girl.. it is not just about spontaneity, the whole hugging, and holding and practically anything about it is just perfect..
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Of course it will be awkward after the (freakin awesome) kiss, and it'll make some good love triangle tension for the rest of the season, but then the 'break up for Nick but he's in a relationship now...ah shit' plotlines will begin. Meh. Why can't people meet, fall in love and get married and it still be a good sitcom? They just did it on Raising Hope, so here's hoping there ain't 8 seasons of this.
Still love CeCe and Schmidt, (Cemidt? Schece?) just a matter of time.
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I vote for "Schece"
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Just add an "m" in between "h" and "e" and you've got it.
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Kinda sounds like something you really don't want on your body or anywhere else. Maybe Smeece? Yeah, this one's tough.
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Schmece. Love.
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Wow! Now that was a fantastic fist kiss! No doubt there have been a few great first kisses, but this one is definitely one of my top 3.
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AHHH I LOVE NICK!!!!
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Loved the kiss so much!!!!! Hell I was breathless after that kiss! Hellloooooo fireworks.
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OMG!!! That KISS was soooooo HOT!!! And it was so PERFECT!!! I loved this episode!!!
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This is absolutely one my favorite episodes!!!

- The best part was nick's words !! The three words that made everything change "not like that" and the final "i meant something like that" made me almost scream with joy!

-the second best thing of course would be the kiss!! was worth the wait !! it goes right next to ross and rachel's first kiss

-the third best thing is brenda song !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i loved her in this episode!! i hope she stays!
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This kiss totally knocked the Ross and Rachel kiss out of first place for me!! No other first kiss on tv has EVER been this good in my opinion! NOTHING COMPARES!! (In case you can't tell I am soooooo trippin' over this kiss!)
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ME TOOOO !!! I can't wait for next the episode
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I have seen a lot of romantic kisses in tv for years, but, I agree with others, this has been, by far the most romantic, passionate, properly timed and places kiss ever in tv history.. ever.. I really wonder how many times they had to try it to get the perfect kiss but they did it.. it almost felt like they really had something going for each other in reality, which I seriously doubt, but being able to pass that feeling to the audience is really good tv.. I have seen the spoilers about the kiss and was really pissed off but having actually seeing it in the show for the first time, felt so spontaneous and real, the spoiling did not matter at all.. god, I felt so sad for Nick, so sad when he marched to his room, alone.. and the stutter he had while he was trying to explain Jess why he did not want to kiss her there, at that moment, was also a great moment and great acting.. and the strength of that feeling to the extent that he would walk on windows instead of giving a meaningless kiss to Jess.. I think that was the most romantic thing I have ever seen.. just wow..
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BEST. FIRST. KISS. IN. THE. HISTORY. OF. TELEVISION.
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i think that the one liner of the night is (So much wierd crap happens in this appartment)
i laughed really hard.
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It SO worked because the Jess/Nick thing has been obvious since the first ep but it was unexpected that it would happen in this episode - and it was a GREAT kiss...

So well done New Girl... This second season has been even more awesome than the first one...
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Those scenes with Nick and Jess. Just. Seriosly. I have no words. I've always wanted them to end up togheter. But I had no idea it could be so great. That kiss! Best tv kiss. Best episode ever. Best anything. I've never felt a tv love connection before. Like. Really felt it. I felt it in my whole body. I had to hide my face when that kiss first came. It was so realistic. So great. Just. Best ever.
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OHmyuadhuyebfjdyghjghhskfjhsr. That kiss, THAT KISS
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Wow. Really an amazing episode! It was both hilarious and cute. And the kiss... definitely this kiss goes on my Top 5, it felt so real. I'm really intrigued how the writers will handle the post-kiss debacle. Probably one of them or both will try to pretend it didn't mean anything and that will come back and kick them in their butts. Keep it up, show! You're doing great!
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Literally laughed out loud at "Clinton Rules: Pick your intern!" I had to pause it to finish laughing.
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I found the fact that Winston is interested in London Tipton a thousand times more surprising than any kiss.
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OMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMGOMG
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BEST KISS EVER!!!!!!!!
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Did you catch the mention of Homeland's Abu Nazir during the game? I'm still kinda sorta hoping for an entire episode of that, despite the likelihood that it would be an exhausting thirty minutes. (Similarly, I've long wondered if Family Guy would one day have an entire episode devoted to Peter fighting The Chicken.)
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I was so excited about the kiss!! I was not expecting it, and I loved how Jess wasn't either!
Good job Nick Miller!
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Amazing episode and fantastic review as always, I think New girl is at its best during the True American game, All the cast were hilarious and to cap it of with what most viewers have been waiting for is amazing. I admire Sam too for not freaking out and hope he will be let of easy.

PS. The Schmelia moment though brief was lovely to watch and i like the way there relationship is not rushed and is unfolding at the right pace
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Great Review, So much good points raised, I agree with you about Sam '<3 him. <3 Nick more. But <3 him too.' when Sam showed up I was convinced there would be no kiss, but yet again New Girl surprise's me :)
I think this may have been my favourite episode of New Girl (but I say that every week) I've watched it twice already and still laugh out loud.
Amazing kiss so perfect was not expecting it, and neither was Jess lol
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That was an awesome episode (and seriously, I watch almost no commercials so other than knowing Brooklyn Decker and True American were going to be played, I knew nothing). I was actually imagining the next scene is Jess hiding in her closet to talk to CeCe about all of this (and I wonder if CeCe returns to her rooting for them like she was first season) in a quiet whisper.

I do like how as they have been making Nick acting more and more like Jess' boyfriend, at least in his protective instincts, that they have made Sam more and more like the perfect guy (I am guessing we are like four episodes away from finding out that, like Jess, his player attitude at the beginning was just an overreaction to realizing he was a serial monogamist himself and we might find a girl who we like just as much that was his one that got away).

And can I say, I loved Brenda Strong's character, she fits in well with our group.
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I literally got home JUST in time to see the kiss. That was amazing.
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Spot on recap, MaryAnn! I felt the same way about Sam, it was very cool of him to participate in the game instead of just ending it upon arrival. Which is why, even though I had to pause the show when Jess and Nick kissed and squeed for like a minute out of excitement/shock, I feel really bad about the inevitable heartbreak.
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AHAHAHAH!!!!!!! I am so happy they kissed, even though I like sam, but YAYAYAY!

Also, I love the new True American version!
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First off Jess's bra was so cute-sexy! Second, I am soooo happy! That literally WAS the BEST TV kiss everrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr! My stomach dropped when it happened and I rewound it and watched it over at least 3 times! I can't believe it! When they were behind the iron curtain I was cursing the producers of the show for toying with me and then it happened when I least expected it! LOVED IT!!!!!!
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zooey deschanel's boooobssss!!! :o
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I think you're reading too much into everything (especially the trench coat - Default Nick? Alter egos? What the...?!?). I don't think Nick, or anyone else, was thinking about Sam. He didn't want to kiss Jess during the drinking game because he wanted it to be special and spontaneous. Then he seized his chance WITH APLOMB surprising and delighting everyone.
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That was one of the best kisses in the history of TV.. wow! I wasn't a fan of the Nick/Jess thing before, but I think I have been converted.
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I was staring at Jess' bra (she looked hot) the whole time. And I'm a girl.
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I had to admit, I was finally starting to get some of the fuss.
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I know, I can't believe I don't already own a purple bra.
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Bit worried about them rolling out the Nick/Jess relationship so soon, hopefully this does not show a lack of faith at being renewed. That was one hell of a kiss though. Also the followed image of the Nick dummy with his melon head smashed has some double meaning to it.

I think that the roommates just make up the rules to True American as they play it and there is absolutely no set rules at all. They just try to up each other or mess with visitors.
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This was such a good episode. So many good scenes! I loved the whole part where Jess was bored and was pretending to be a Kenyan racing in the Olympics only to come second to Zimbabwe hahahaha! Any episode with True American in it is brilliant, I loved when she said Clinton Rules: Pick your intern! Too funny!

"Never leave me at home again....welcome to our home" <3 Jess
Also Schmidt and Winston as the worried parents to Nick's antics "You scared me half to death out there!" hahaha

I loved the Nick/Jess kiss it was so hot! However I do love Dr. Sam so I don't mind in this instance a little bit of a love triangle before Nick and Jess are an actual couple. Yay for new girl!
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Amazing!!! The kiss scene is simply awesome. Gotta watch it again ...
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Okay I may be a little obssessed... I have seen the kiss scene about 8 times since last night! I LOOOOOVVVVEEEE IT!!!!!
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Ness shippers rejoice!

We all knew this day would come. I'm pretty sure fans have been calling for it since the second episode of the series. But it still completely snuck up on me and punched me in the heart!

There have been quite a few commenters on these forums who justifiably worried about New Girl advancing the Nick+Jess plot too soon. Ever since Friends butchered the Ross&Rachel relationship to a bloody pulp, characters hooking up prematurely has obviously been a concern. I actually admired New Girl for being patient with Ness. You don't have to be a shipper to know Nick and Jess are freakin' soul mates, but the beautiful buildup of their friendship was refreshing to watch. Plus they're hilarious together. Now the dynamic of their relationship is forever altered. Where do they go from here? There are many paths the writers could take, but I just pray to god once Nick and Jess happen for real, it eventually ends in wedding bells. Not because I'm a hopeless romantic (even though I am a little bit), but because if they break up, there will be the natural fear of the dreaded breakup/reconciliation cycle, and I don't know if I can take that with two fictional characters I weirdly care about. But what do I know? New Girl has consistently subverted my expectations so far, maybe they'll pleasantly surprise me again.

Anyway, onto more important matters!

THAT KISS WAS EPIC!

DCLissa17's comment about the lack of music enhancing the romantic resonance of the scene is spot on. I think I held my breath throughout the whole kiss I was so enraptured. I mean, DAMN! That was a passionate kiss! If Jake Johnson wasn't married I would think there was something there. And Nick's closing "I'd meant something like that" is immediately vaulted into the hall of fame of romantic one-liners alongside "You had me at hello" and “Here’s looking at you, kid”.

One of the best comedies on TV has seriously shaken things up. I'm super excited! Also terrified. But more excited!
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Welcome back FF but for once I will have to disagree with you. I'm kind of bummed they kissed. I truly do not want to see any of the roommates getting together because I really like the dynamic they already share. Yes they all love Jess and Nick more than the rest, but that doesn't mean they should be together. I have two best friends of the opposite sex that I love completely but would never kiss because it would ruin everything. Is there an unspoken deal of maybe we should maybe we shouldn't, sure, but risking dating versus a lifetime of friends who would do anything for one another and sharing every hilarious and important moment together platonically just isn't worth it. Think of all the crazy shenanigans Nick does now that Jess doesn't like but he does them anyways... that won't fly in a relationship. But maybe it will be a good thing in the realm of this TV show.
Anyways, enough of that. Your comment about not wanting to watch the series finale of Fringe made me laugh out loud because I completely understand where you're coming from. It took me a week to watch it on my DVR because every night I would just about press play and think "No, tonight is not the night. Let's savor it."
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Really?! No comment on the Fringe finale or Tim's series lookback but on New Girl? What happened, FF? Bodysnatchers? Brain-slugs? Are you FF from the "red" universe?
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I've been out of country for the last 2 weeks (escaping the harsh Canadian winter), and got back a few days ago, but I can't use that ad an excuse. I've snapped man. I cannot bring myself to watch the finale. You might think this is all some strange joke, but I'm dead serious. I think I've lost it. Most "sane" fans of a show would want to watch the final episode ASAP, but I never claimed to be sane. I've actually had it all ready to go with my thumb poised above the play button, but god help me I COULDN'T PUSH THE BUTTON! A "sane" person would say "suck it up you weirdo and watch the damn thing!" I have no rational explanation and don't expect anyone to understand, but the finality of a Fringe finale scares the shit out of me. I don't deserve the second "F" in my username. FringePsychotic is now more appropriate.
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Wow, even I watched it, though it was just a couple days ago. Don't even sweat it. Just keep it in your DVR (?) and hum the 'Don't Stop Believin'' song in your head for the next six months.
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I totally understand.
But keep this in mind:
1. One evening you HAVE to face it and it gets harder every day
2. Until you watch it you'll be a possible target for spoiler-assassination. Do you want to be the victim of some no-name jerk drooling for attention?
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I'm kind of worried that it's too early too, but OMG. It was so PERFECT. I can't be mad at perfect.
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So true! The word "perfect" is bandied about too often, but not this time. I could not have possibly envisioned a better first kiss. Some have been calling it the best first kiss in the history of television, and I'm not going to argue. I'm still trepidatious about the future and longevity of Nick/Jess, but after watching Default Nick temporarily transform into Superhero Nick, I wouldn't have it any other way.
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