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#4.08 – “Teachers” — Jess, Coach and Ryan (guest star Julian Morris) attend a teachers’ conference, led by education guru Brenda Brown (guest star Lisa Bonet). Back at the loft, Nick, Schmidt and Winston try to have a wild weekend while Jess is out of town.
#4.07 – “Goldmine” – Nick pretends to be gay to make his status as Jess’ “ex” less of an issue to her new beau (guest star Stahl-David). To Coach’s annoyance, Winston works his “Long Game” on their attractive neighbors, Michelle (guest star Daddario) and Viv (guest star Stevens). Meanwhile, Schmidt panics when Cece considers having a breast reduction.
#4.06 – “Background Check” – As part of Winston’s police academy training, the loft must pass a home visit and background check, which shouldn’t be a problem until Jess admits she might be hiding illegal substances in her closet.
It’ll be a different world for a few New Girl characters when Lisa Bonet guest-stars later this season.
The Cosby Show alum will play an education guru in an upcoming episode, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Bonet’s character will show up when Jess and Coach attend a teachers’ conference also attended by Ryan, the studly new science teacher at Jess’ school (played by Julian Morris, who debuts on Oct. 14).
The guru’s hands-on approach to learning forces Jess and Ryan to pair up during a session, which only makes Jess hotter for teacher.
In addition to Cosby and A Different World — the spin-off she fronted for a season — Bonet’s TV credits include Life on Mars and The Red Road. She recently appeared in two episodes of Comedy Central’s Drunk History.
#4.05 – “Landline” – When Coach’s liaison with the school nurse (guest star Erinn Hayes) gets messy, vice principal Jess must enforce a new, “no fraternization” policy among the teachers. But the tables soon get turned when she finds herself attracted to the hot new science teacher (guest star Julian Morris). Meanwhile, Nick is enjoying being Schmidt and Winston’s secretary, after the loft gets a new home phone.
Oh, happy day—Jessica Day is back!
On New Girl’s season 4 premiere on Tuesday, Sept. 16, Jess (Zooey Deschanel) and the boys decided to go out on a wedding bender, and naturally that meant that the adorkable leading lady needed something fabulous to wear.
Enter the perfect matrimonial ensemble: the Eva Franco “Renee” dress (Evafranco.com, $320). The A-line frock, with it’s “Swan Lake” cherry blossom embroidery and matching green skinny belt, not only complemented Jess’ super-feminine wardrobe, but it also made for the perfect formal—without being too formal—ensemble.
The look has definite spring vibes thanks to the posies and the pastel tones. Still, just add some opaque tights and a caramel moto jacket, and you’ll be all set to wear this design through the colder months.
Looking for a slightly less expensive alternative? Snag the Floral Print Dress, also chic and demure, but for a quarter of the price, from The Limited stores’ summer collection (Thelimited.com, $70) while you still can—and while it’s on sale!
#4.04 – “Micro” – To prove that girls aren’t shallow, Jess goes out on a date with a guy (guest star Ritchson) whose shortcomings fall way below the belt. Meanwhile, Winston and Cece pit Schmidt and Coach against each other, while convincing them they could be male models.
#4.03 – “Julie Berkman’s Older Sister” – Jess’ dad (guest star Reiner) arrives with his new girlfriend, who happened to be Jess and Cece’s high-school rival (guest star Olson). Meanwhile, Schmidt recruits the guys to be part of a focus group at work to help him land a big new account.
New Girl is back for its fourth season tonight, and we find the gang at a place we all know and love/hate: the last hurrah of wedding season. Twelve weddings in, the troops are grasping at ways to entertain themselves while yet another couple trudges to the altar, even as they try to mend hearts that are in various states of brokenness. Max Greenfield took a break from shooting yesterday to talk about the upcoming season with Vulture, and we discussed all the things he loves: playing Schmidt, people who write their own vows, attending weddings (both when he was single and now that he’s married), Prince, SoulCycle, and the secret rules of True American.
Hey, Max! Thanks for taking the time to talk today.
I love me some Vulture! I saw you wrote about Pete Davidson this morning. I love him.
Love him like you know him in real life, or love him like you’re a fan?
I real-life know him.
So far we know there is some serious dating going on in “New Girl” Season 4. With Nick and Jess newly single, who better to assist in the pickup action than their single friends? This season brings viewers back to Season 1 in a lot of ways, because the entire group is single and ready to mingle. So look forward to a lot of dating related hijinks.
That means fans shouldn’t lose hope for CeCe and Schmidt (Max Greenfield). Hannah Simone tells Zap2it this is a perfect time for a happily-ever-after for the couple.
“There’s always hope. I love the dynamic of Schmidt and CeCe together. There have been ups and downs, growing pains and people getting scared of commitment. Now in Season 4, we’re both single. He’s coming off of a slutty summer while she’s broken up with her boyfriend, and they still have this great chemistry and connection,” she says.
When asked whether it’s CeCe and Schmidt, not Jess and Nick, who is the couple everyone is rooting for, Simone remains optimistic. She says, “I don’t know what is going to happen this season, but I feel like [CeCe & Schmidt] are in a really good place that if something were to [happen], we’d all be so on board with them.”