History Series / NewGirl

25th Oct '17 9:50:25 AM RicPot
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* BeforeAndAfterPictures: Cece has a modelling job where she is being photographed for "after" and another woman is "before."
7th Oct '17 11:43:51 PM RhetoricalTurtle
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* PlotIncitingInfidelity: The series begins with Jessica Day coming home early to surprise her boyfriend while wearing nothing but a trenchcoat (and a ribbon). Unfortunately for her, he's cheating on her with another girl and she winds up moving out, leading to the RoommateCom premise of the show.
25th Sep '17 7:47:39 AM MrNightmareFuel
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New Girl has been renewed for a Seventh Season, which will be New Girl's last.
13th Sep '17 1:39:20 PM mhnospa
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** From episode ''Socalyalcon VI''. Schmidt and Cece are enjoying married life in a house with a back door, which someone had referred to as the "servants' entrance".
--> '''Schmidt:''' Cece, I just thought of another reason why houses are better than apartments. Now we can enjoy two points of entry!
--> '''Cece:''' No, thanks!
--> '''Schmidt:''' I'm talking about the doors. I-I didn't mean...
27th Aug '17 4:07:56 PM nombretomado
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** To ''ThreesCompany'', just gender-flipped with an extra person
** Also arguably to Friends, they're a group of single 30ish people in the big city, who live in an apartment that in real life would probably be unaffordable. New Girl also shares Friends' romantic comedy leanings and love for {{Formerly Fat}} controlling characters.

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** To ''ThreesCompany'', ''Series/ThreesCompany'', just gender-flipped with an extra person
** Also arguably to Friends, To ''{{Series/Friends}}'', they're a group of single 30ish people in the big city, who live in an apartment that in real life would probably be unaffordable. New Girl also shares Friends' romantic comedy leanings and love for {{Formerly Fat}} controlling characters.
9th Aug '17 8:24:17 PM BadSplice
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* {{Doorstopper}}: ''The Pepperwood Chronicles", Nick's unfinished, [[StylisticSuck extremely amateurish]] novel is largely seen as giant stacks of pages.
22nd Jul '17 2:27:29 PM daijoubu
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* PlatonicLifePartners: Winston and Cece. It starts off by them teaming up for Winston's one and only successful prank in season 4 and evolves to the point that [[spoiler: Cece asks Winston to be one of her bridesmaids.]]
20th Jul '17 12:09:32 PM CaptainCrawdad
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The guys include Nick, a deliberately underachieving bartender; Schmidt, a meticulous marketing agent; Winston, an old friend of Nick's who's disoriented after returning from the Latvia basketball leagues; and Coach, a "go hard or go home" personal trainer [[note]]Coach was in the pilot episode, until his actor was taken away for another show, creating Winston for the series proper. Once that show ran its course Coach came back in the third season as a semi-regular alongside Winston[[/note]].

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The guys include Nick, a deliberately underachieving bartender; Schmidt, a meticulous marketing agent; Winston, an old friend of Nick's who's disoriented after returning from the Latvia basketball leagues; and Coach, a "go hard or go home" personal trainer [[note]]Coach was in the pilot episode, until his actor was taken away for another show, creating Winston for the series proper. Once that show ran its course course, Coach came back in the third season as a semi-regular alongside Winston[[/note]].



* ArtisticLicenseBiology: One episode has Schmidt going to an aquarium and becoming enamored with getting a rare "Californian Lionfish." Of course, there's no such thing and lionfish are from the Indo-Pacific region.

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: One episode has Schmidt going to an aquarium and becoming enamored with getting a rare "Californian Lionfish." Of course, there's no such thing thing, and lionfish are from the Indo-Pacific region. region.
* ArtisticLicenseLaw: One episode's RunningGag has Nick repeatedly ticketed for jaywalking when he tries to walk across an empty street. Jaywalking only applies if you're obstructing traffic or disobeying signs.
29th Apr '17 9:50:18 PM forgetfulkitty
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** Actually enforced between [[spoiler:Winston]] and [[spoiler:Schmidt]] who have the same given name and this has proven to be a point of contention between the two of them.

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** Actually enforced between [[spoiler:Winston]] and [[spoiler:Schmidt]] who have the same given name and this has proven to be a point of contention between the two of them. That said, this is as much for practical reasons as anything else as [[spoiler: shown when Cece tries to use Schmidt's first name while getting intimate with him and both immediately get repulsed due to the strong association towards Winston.]]
17th Apr '17 6:57:15 PM Risaga54
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* AbortedArc: The impetus for Cece's arranged marriage to Shivrang in season two was that she was on the verge of becoming infertile, and she had to start trying to have a child immediately. Once the wedding was called off, however, this plot point was never mentioned again.

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* AbortedArc: The impetus for Cece's arranged marriage to Shivrang in season two was that she was on the verge of becoming infertile, and she had to start trying to have a child immediately. Once the wedding was called off, however, this plot point was never mentioned again. [[spoiler: until the finale where Cece finds out, to her surprise because she didn't think it could happen, that she's pregnant]]
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