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#3.21 – “Big News” – The morning after their break-up, Jess and Nick scramble to keep it a secret from the loftmates. Meanwhile, Winston passes his police academy entrance exam, and demands that the gang throw him a “Honey Roast”.
#3.20 – “Mars Landing” – Jess and Nick face some truths about their relationship, while Schmidt, Winston and Coach scramble to make a better second impression on their hot new neighbors. Also, Cece panics after she drunk-texts Buster.
Question: Do you have any New Girl spoilers on Schmidt and Cece? Please and thank you. —Tiffany
Ausiello: Cece’s going to hit it off with a new guy at the bar (Aussie actor James Frecheville of Animal Kingdom fame; pictured, right). There’s just one problem: He’s 10 years her junior — although it might not be too much of a problem since he’s sticking around for more than one episode.
#3.19 – “Fired Up” – Jess hires, then must immediately fire Coach as her school’s new volleyball coach. Meanwhile, Schmidt gets sued and enlists Nick and a procedural television-loving Winston to represent him at the deposition. Also, Cece catches the eye of a much younger man.
#3.18 – “Sister III” – When Jess moves into Nick’s bedroom, they both must deal with their complete lack of personal space. Meanwhile, Cece worries that Abby (guest star Linda Cardellini) is taking advantage of Schmidt, while Coach worries Cece is treating him like one of her girlfriends. Also, Winston struggles with physical fitness.
Hey, New Girl guys — have you checked out the newergirl?
TVLine has learned thatWhite Collar alum/girlfriend-of-Percy Jackson Alexandra Daddario will shake things up when she guest-stars on the Fox comedy.
Daddario will play Michelle, a — wait for it — “hot girl” who moves into the gang’s building with her roommate, and subsequently/naturally catches the attention of the fellas in the loft.
New Girl airs Tuesdays at 9/8c, where as of tonight it now leads into Brooklyn Nine-Nine; Daddario’s episode will air sometime in March.
The actress’ other TV credits include a recurring run on HBO’s True Detective and an arc on Parenthood.