The gang celebrates an all-too rustic Thanksgiving.
Jess must keep Schmidt occupied when Cece and Coach go on a date.
The gang gets it to go.
Coach is back.
Schmidt discovers he's been tricked all his life.
When Nick inherits some money from his late father, Jess is determined to put the funds to good use and secretly tackle Nick’s box of unwanted responsibilities – aka bills. Meanwhile, Schmidt tries to find meaning in life and asks for guidance from Rabbi Feiglin (guest star Jon Lovitz).
A vengeful Schmidt targets Jess and Nick’s relatively happy relationship. Meanwhile, when Winston learns that Furguson the cat must be neutered, he is determined to give this feline one last night of carnal glory.
Thinking Schmidt has chosen to be with Cece, Jess and Nick invite him to go on a double date with them. Nick is caught between loyalty to his friend and loyalty to his girlfriend when he finds out a shocking secret. Meanwhile, Winston promises to get the foursome a table at an ultra-exclusive restaurant that doesn’t take reservations.
When Jess desperately tries to fit in with a clique of “mean girl” teachers at her new school, she (mistakenly) turns to Nick for advice on how to deal with them. Meanwhile, an office party is anything but fun for Schmidt, and Winston plots revenge while cat-sitting for Daisy, whom he suspects is cheating on him.
Picking up immediately after the events of the Season Two finale (Cece's cancelled wedding), Nick and Jess decide to go "all in" on their romantic relationship – which leads them to run away to a Mexican beach town. But when Nick runs into trouble with the authorities, it’s Schmidt and Winston to the (possible) rescue, which may land Nick into even deeper trouble. Meanwhile, Schmidt makes a decision regarding Cece and Elizabeth, and Winston becomes obsessed with completing a puzzle.
Watch a sneak peek of the new season of hit comedy New Girl as the gang continues to navigate modern relationships. New Girl airs Tuesdays 9/8c, starting Sept. 17 on FOX.
Jess and Nick make a decision about their relationship. Meanwhile, Schmidt and Winston plan to sabotage Cece's wedding.
Jess's dad visits at a bad time, forcing Nick to spend time alone with him. Meanwhile, Winston hopes someone will throw him a surprise birthday party.
In a series of flashbacks, the gang shares stories about how each one lost his or her virginity.
While Jess throws a surprise bachelorette party for Cece, Nick and Winston take her fiancé out for a guys' night.
Jess and Nick attempt to break out of relationship limbo by going on a date, but their romantic outing is sabotaged by Schmidt and Winston.
Guest stars have made for some intriguing love interests on “New Girl.” The cast members talk about some of their favorites, and reveal that Dermot Mulroney will be returning.
The whole look of the set and the characters is based on creator/EP Liz Meriwether's life.
Sneak Peek: Towel Promo.
Series creator/executive producer Elizabeth Meriwether discusses the origins of the "douche bag jar." Cast member Zooey Deschanel (Jess) explains how she got attached to the project.
Cast members Max Greenfield (Schmidt) and Lamorne Morris (Winston) describe the way in which Jake Johnson (Nick) rehearsed for the shooting of their music video. The panelists force Jake to demonstrate his dancing "moves."
Jess tells one of her students that they are not going to be able to go on the field trip, and she takes it harder then the student.
New Girl sneak peek.
Zooey Deschanel discusses the chemistry between roommates Jess and Nick. Plus, the "New Girl" star recalls the infamous "boob-slap fight" scene of season two.
Rewriting "The Captain" was one of the most fun times writer J.J. Philbin has ever had working on the show because everyone on staff had something extra to contribute. TUESDAYS 9/8c
Jess does her best to help Schmidt not think about CeCe.
Coach picks up CeCe for their date and he can't stop telling her how good she looks.
Series creator/executive producer Elizabeth Meriwether explains the use of the Rusted Root song "Send Me On My Way" in the "Landlord" episode. Cast member Max Greenfield (Schmidt) defends his "tiny nipples," which are seen frequently on-screen.
Cast member Zooey Deschanel (Jess) and series creator/executive producer Elizabeth Meriwether explain how organic the relationships are and how collaborative the show is as a whole.
What could be more fun for Cece than spending Thanksgiving with Schmidt and Coach?