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Im Gegensatz zu vorherigen Staffeln hat Staffel 7 von „New Girl“ nur 8 Folgen – das Resultat eines Deals zwischen den Serienmachern und. Bei uns ist zwar erst die fünfte Staffel der beliebten Sitcom „New Girl“ mit der chaotischen Jess(ica), Schmidt, Cece und den anderen zuende. New Girl Staffel 7 ist so gut wie im Kasten. Die Charaktere Jessica Day (Zooey Deschanel), Schmidt (Max Greenfield), Cece (Hannah Simone). New Girl (englisch für etwa: ‚Neues Mädchen') ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom, die von 20für Fox produziert wurde. Die titelgebende Hauptrolle wird von Zooey Deschanel gespielt. Im Mai gab Fox eine siebte Staffel in Auftrag, die zugleich die finale Die Ausstrahlung der zweiten Staffel zeigte der Sender vom 8. Staffel von New Girl, deren neue Folgen ab sofort jeden Dienstagabend ausgestrahlt werden. Wann die Serie hierzulande zu sehen sein wird.
Staffel von New Girl, deren neue Folgen ab sofort jeden Dienstagabend ausgestrahlt werden. Wann die Serie hierzulande zu sehen sein wird. New Girl Staffel 7 ist so gut wie im Kasten. Die Charaktere Jessica Day (Zooey Deschanel), Schmidt (Max Greenfield), Cece (Hannah Simone). Im Gegensatz zu vorherigen Staffeln hat Staffel 7 von „New Girl“ nur 8 Folgen – das Resultat eines Deals zwischen den Serienmachern und.
The gang attends Schmidt's holiday office party, and Jess frets when she receives an expensive gift from Paul.
Jess steps in when Schmidt's plans for his birthday party fall apart. Meanwhile, Nick begins dating a pretty lawyer who's hiding a secret.
Nick panics when Julia doesn't want to put a label on their relationship. Meanwhile, Julia consents to help Jess get out of a traffic ticket.
Against Nick's wishes, Jess makes it her mission to get the loft's crabby landlord to like her, inadvertently jeopardizing their living situation.
Jess persuades Schmidt to be her wingman as she sets out to have a casual fling with a handsome stranger on Valentine's Day.
Jess finds herself the target of a classroom bully. Meanwhile, Nick goes into a tailspin when Julia sends him a cactus.
When Nick gets hurt playing touch football and Jess discovers he doesn't have insurance, she takes him to her doctor friend -- who's a gynecologist.
After realizing that Schmidt is doing all the housework, Jess pushes him to go on strike -- and the loft's entire ecosystem gets thrown off balance.
Jess reluctantly dates the wealthy father of one of her students. Meanwhile, Schmidt and Winston become ultracompetitive while playing bar trivia.
Jess's date with Russell doesn't go as planned. Meanwhile, Nick's college friend visits and brings out Nick's inner frat boy.
Cece has been keeping a secret from Jess, which creates a rift between them when Jess finds out. Meanwhile, Nick has trouble juggling two women.
A nervous Jess invites Russell to spend the weekend at the loft, and her fears mount when he gets along better with the guys than she'd hoped.
Jess babysits Russell's preteen daughter for the weekend and meets his ex-wife. Meanwhile, a pregnancy scare sends Schmidt and Cece into panic mode.
Unwilling to admit her true feelings for Schmidt, Cece encourages him to go on a date with one of her beautiful roommates.
The gang fears that Jess and Nick may backslide into romantic relationships when they bump into their exes. One of the roommates decides to move out of the loft.
Meanwhile, Winston faces his fear of the dark when the gang makes a trip to the desert. Quirky schoolteacher Jessica Day continues to navigate life and thorny romantic relationships with plenty of help from her family of friends.
Schmidt throws a "rebranding" party, where the newly unemployed Jess volunteers to be a shot girl alongside a jaded cocktail waitress.
Mistaken identity abounds as Jess unwittingly captures the attention of a beer delivery guy and then pretends to be a handsome stranger's blind date.
Nick and Jess address their relationship-without-benefits, and Schmidt hopes to date a cute Republican by pretending to be one of Mitt Romney's sons.
When a group of young neighbors moves in across the hall, Jess and Schmidt are determined to become friends with them. Jess and Cece have a huge fight about their life choices.
Meanwhile, Schmidt and Nick argue over the rules of male friendship. Jess gets hired as a zombie at a haunted house.
Jess's search for a new job gets intense. Meanwhile, her time of the month affects the guys, and Schmidt starts a relationship with his boss.
Jess enlists help for a "Parent Trap" scheme when her divorced parents visit for Thanksgiving. Meanwhile, Schmidt deals with his own family drama.
Jess frets about her biological clock when a friend gets pregnant, while Nick and Winston seek inspiration at the zoo for Nick's zombie-themed novel.
Jess and Winston want to get a bathtub for the loft. Meanwhile, Schmidt must decide between his boss and Cece.
While attending multiple holiday parties in one night, Jess tries to avoid Sam, and Nick tries to keep up with his adventurous date.
Things go awry when Nick and Angie spend a weekend away with Jess and Sam. Meanwhile, Winston teaches Schmidt about race relations.
Jess tries to help Nick repair his relationship with his con-man father, but Nick worries that his dad is only using him in a scheme.
Nick suspects that one of Jess's night-school students is hiding something. Meanwhile, Winston and Cece have an embarrassing encounter.
During a guys' night out, Nick and Schmidt are attracted to the same woman. Meanwhile, Winston falls for a girl who doesn't return his affections.
Cece hopes to find a husband at a dating convention for East Indians, while Jess and Nick find themselves in a compromising position in front of Sam.
Schmidt finds a prime parking spot, which the roommates then fight over. Meanwhile, Winston looks for a condom after getting an invitation from Daisy.
Winston interviews a football player who's interested in Jess. Elsewhere, Nick and Schmidt plan a party to celebrate 10 years of being roommates.
After admitting how she feels about Nick, Jess learns that he may be hiding something. Elsewhere, Schmidt becomes preoccupied with buying a fish.
After a death occurs in Nick's family, the gang travels with him to Chicago, where his friends help with funeral plans and meet his eccentric family.
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.
In a series of flashbacks, the gang shares stories about how each one lost his or her virginity. 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. Jess and Nick make a decision about their relationship.
Meanwhile, Schmidt and Winston plan to sabotage Cece's wedding. Jess's romantic situation with Nick becomes more complicated rather than less in the third season of this droll roommate-and-lovers sitcom.
Nick and Jess flee to a Mexican beach to officially take the romantic plunge, but Nick finds himself on the wrong side of the law.
Jess makes the mistake of asking Nick for advice when she tries to make friends with a band of unfriendly teachers at her new school.
Schmidt is mistakenly invited on a double date with Jess and Nick, and there's a hitch in Winston's promise to get them a table at a hot new eatery.
Schmidt tries to sabotage Jess and Nick's relationship, and Winston gives his cat, Furguson, a night on the town before being neutered.
Jess secretly uses Nick's recent inheritance to pay his long-overdue bills, and Schmidt turns to a rabbi for help with life's big questions.
Jess hosts a Halloween party, and the gang tries to cheer up Schmidt by posing online as his childhood hero, actor Michael Keaton.
Single once again, Coach moves back into the loft, where things have changed. Meanwhile, Jess and Cece meet an intriguing guy on a girls' night out.
Bummed that she can't take her class to the beach, Jess takes out her anger on the Chinese restaurant whose menus are drowning the loft.
Jess tries to distract Schmidt while Coach and Cece enjoy their first date; a bus driver sidetracks Nick and Winston as they search for Furguson.
The group gets a lesson in roughing it when Jess and Nick decide they should celebrate Thanksgiving in the wilderness. When Jess is given 20 minutes to decide whether to take a new job and give up teaching, the gang reflects on their own career choices.
Nick grows jealous when Jess and Coach bond over his basketball team's arch rivals, while Schmidt mentors a new employee and Winston starts a new job.
Nick tries to plan the perfect birthday party for Jess. Meanwhile, Schmidt works overtime to help Cece, who's just started a new bartending job.
Jess and Cece are thrilled to be invited to a party at the home of music legend Prince, but of course the guys plan to crash the bash.
Jessica teaches Nick how to be friends with his ex, and Coach borrows Schmidt's loft for a date that gets cut short A visit from Jess's wild-child sister Abby brings disaster.
Meanwhile, Nick serves as wingman when Schmidt crashes a bar mitzvah. A visit was one thing; now Jess's wild sister Abby plans to stay in L.
Meanwhile, Winston waits too long to check his police academy test results. When Abby moves in with Schmidt, Jess decides to move into Nick's bedroom, which doesn't work out well for either of them.
Jess hires Coach as a new volleyball coach; Schmidt asks Nick and Winston to represent him at a deposition when he gets sued.
Jess and Nick examine their relationship, Cece drunk-texts Buster, and Schmidt, Winston and Coach try to impress their attractive new neighbors.
Jess and Nick struggle to keep news of their breakup from their friends, and Winston demands a party in honor of his acing the police academy exam.
Jess thinks that somebody is trying to short-circuit her first dance as a middle school teacher, so she asks the gang to serve as chaperones.
Jess and Nick invite everyone on a cruise that they had scheduled when they were still together, but Coach has a little problem with boats.
When the gang attends a wedding and each of them sets out to get lucky, Jess eyes the best man while Schmidt tries to talk Nick into a foursome.
Schmidt helps Jess use a dating app. Jess is shocked to learn her dad's new girlfriend is her old high school classmate and rival.
The guys participate in Schmidt's product focus group. Jess tries to prove she's not shallow by dating a guy with a male endowment issue.
Cece and Winston suggest to Coach and Schmidt they could be models. Just when Jess cracks down on dating among school staff, she gets the hots for a new teacher.
The gang has a new home phone, and Nick plays secretary. Winston's police academy processing includes a background check and home search, so Jess's possession of an illegal substance just might be an issue.
Jess's new boyfriend seems threatened by Nick, so Nick pretends he's gay. Schmidt is dismayed when Cece contemplates breast reduction surgery.
Jess is anxious about attending a weekend teachers' workshop with Ryan and Coach. Nick, Schmidt and Winston plan their idea of a wild guys' weekend.
With everyone single at Thanksgiving, Schmidt introduces "Bangsgiving," for which each person is to bring a friend to sleep over with another friend.
An old argument resurfaces between Jess and Cece, and Schmidt's caught in the middle. Winston is suspicious of Nick's date, Tran's granddaughter Kai.
Stuck at the airport due to flight delays, the gang worries they'll end up home alone for the holidays.
Jess, however, receives a special invitation. Jess urges Schmidt to use his political links to halt the night construction on their street.
Nick and Coach are concerned about Winston's partner. Jess goes out of her way not to give Ryan preferential treatment now that the staff knows they're dating.
Winston's obsessed with a good luck crystal. Nick and Schmidt collaborate on a business idea -- a suit made of sweatshirt material -- but need Jess's help in presenting it to an investor.
Jess revisits her past when she and the gang attend a wedding in her Oregon hometown. Ryan is a no-show for the trip, and Cece runs into an old crush.
Schmidt's fear of spiders forces everyone in the loft to hunt down an eight-legged visitor. Coach tries to compose an email asking May out on a date.
Jess and Cece party all night, and Jess ends up spending the night with Bearclaw. Coach is embarrassed to introduce Nick and Winston to May.
Jess attends the memorial of a guy she barely knew, Schmidt tries to get his bar mitzvah money from his mother, and Winston wants to befriend Aly.
Jess tries to get new computers for the school by schmoozing with politicians at a charity event. Winston falls for an activist who dislikes police.
Jess tries to doctor Coach and May's relationship as they hit a monumental hurdle. Schmidt agrees to take the blame for Fawn's political mishap.
Hoping for a fresh start, Schmidt discards mementos of Cece, while Jess and Nick reevaluate their relationship and Coach decides to move in with May.
The on-again, off-again romance of Jess and Sam continues while Nick meets a new potential love interest, and Schmidt and Cece plan their wedding day.
Jess and Nick plan an elaborate engagement party for Cece and Schmidt, but one part of the plan goes awry.
Winston tires of being seen as a hero. Jess tries dating again and ends up with a guy whose fun-loving parents she likes more than him.
Nick and Schmidt become official owners of the bar. Jess is happy to be summoned for jury duty until a work opportunity comes up.
Schmidt is caught in the middle between a bickering Nick and Cece. While Jess remains sequestered during jury duty, Nick rents out the loft to help pay for Schmidt's upcoming bachelor party in Tokyo.
Nick is forced to think about his future when his cousin visits to ask him for a life-changing favor. Winston helps Cece shop for a wedding dress.
Nick rents out Jess's room to an attractive pharmaceutical sales rep named Reagan, but it seems the bisexual Reagan has some history with Cece.
Nick's attraction to Reagan impedes Schmidt and Cece's romance, so they try to demystify her, while Winston tutors Reagan in the art of breaking up.
Reagan stirs up trouble when she tells Nick and Winston she'll sleep with one of them, but they must choose. Schmidt is reunited with a college bully.
Nick's refusal to enjoy the air conditioning in Reagan's room during a heat wave leads to a confession. Winston discovers the uses of his "cop voice.
Back from jury duty, Jess tries to uncover a fellow juror's identity. Reagan prepares to leave town. Schmidt tries to conquer his fear of dancing.
Her new principal overloads Jess with work just as she's trying to help Cece move into the apartment and Cece's having second thoughts about marriage.
Jess agrees to help a stressed Schmidt with the wedding. Cece gets an exciting new job offer. Winston and Nick argue over whose job is harder.
Applying for a job at a more relaxed, progressive school, Jess discovers the principal is dating her ex-boyfriend. Schmidt quarantines Nick and Cece.
Jess is dismayed when she is served a restraining order by former boyfriend Sam. A fancy new bar across the street competes with The Griffin.
To help her buy a car from a sexist salesman, Jess invents a male alter ego. Schmidt and Cece don't want Winston's new girlfriend at their wedding.
On the eve of meeting Sam's parents, Jess has an upsetting erotic dream about someone else. Aly's boyfriend competes with Winston at a cat audition.
Unsure of his masculinity after failing to protect Cece from a hostile driver, Schmidt takes the boys on a manly bachelors' road trip to Las Vegas.
Jess and Cece stay at home and relax while the guys attend the bachelor party, but events transpire to get them out of the apartment and partying.
Jess procrastinates on the alterations to Cece's dress. Schmidt turns a bathroom at work into a wedding workshop.
Nick invites Reagan to the wedding. Jess meets an old friend of Sam's, Gavin's behavior makes Nick worried for Schmidt, and Winston's offended when a birthday gift seems unappreciated.
On the night before Schmidt and Cece's wedding, Nick and Winston help Schmidt rewrite his vows and Jess discovers an engagement ring in Sam's pocket.
On the day of the wedding, Schmidt ends up stuck on a plane. Jess realizes her true feelings for Nick, who pursues a relationship with Reagan.
Schmidt and Cece take a big step, Winston gets serious with Aly, and Jess tries to make sense of her feelings for Nick. A flustered Jess strives to get her mind off Nick, Schmidt and Cece search for a home together, and Winston and Aly try things long distance.
Jess and Cece set out to recruit voters for the presidential election, but Schmidt has his doubts. Winston schools Nick on modern phone sex.
When Schmidt, Cece, Winston and Aly invite Jess on their glamping trip, she brings along some single friends. Nick hits a wall with his novel.
The gang heads to New York, where Schmidt believes his old school is honoring him. Jess crosses paths with officers from Brooklyn's 99th Precinct.
Schmidt and Cece get to work on their fixer-upper. Jess and Nick campaign to let Reagan move back into the loft.
Winston makes a kinky discovery. Jess announces she's ready to start dating again, Cece takes on a new role at the bar, and Winston learns that confidence is king.
Schmidt's dad is in town to celebrate Thanksgiving, but despite Jess's best efforts, the feast and festivities don't go according to plan.
Jess discovers that she could become her school's next principal. Nick tries to come up with the perfect wedding gift for Schmidt and Cece.
While Jess and Robby wrestle with the idea of exclusivity, Schmidt asks Nick to help him deal with his difficult house contractor.
Winston worries that his Secret Santa gift for Cece won't arrive in time, and the gang goes all out to ensure Jess has a memorable Christmas.
Nick orders everyone to play it cool and not make a big deal of Reagan's move-in day. Meanwhile, Schmidt's musical taste is called into question.
Jess insists on paying Robby's medical bill. Cece's new modeling agency hits a snag. Reagan puts off reading Nick's novel.
Jess and Reagan help Cece recruit more models, and Schmidt searches for a way to forge a forever bond with Nick and Winston.
While hiking, Jess and Robby make a surprising discovery about each other. Winston throws a welcome-home party for Aly at Schmidt and Cece's house.
Nick's anxiety goes into overdrive when Reagan lands him a book reading. Winston asks Schmidt and Cece for a big favor. Jess insists that she's fine with being single on Valentine's Day.
Schmidt goes after a promotion at work. Winston speeds up his plans. Nick and Schmidt take Jess on a trip to Solvang before she starts her new job.
Cece helps Winston with a romantic entanglement. Jess frets that now that she's principal, she doesn't have a connection with her students.
Schmidt hires a new assistant. While Schmidt and Cece stress out about security for their new home, Jess worries that she may be getting too close to Nick.
Jess tries to avoid thinking about Nick while hanging with her dad. TV Schedule. Sign In. New Girl — S2, Ep1. Error: please try again.
Jess is laid off from her teaching job and volunteers to be a shot girl at Schmidt's "rebranding" party. S2, Ep2. Out of work, Jess continues zany pursuits such as felt art and cooking unusual dishes.
At the bar, a guy mistakes Jess for the blind date he is to meet. They have great sex and she continues to pretend she is Katie. Winston's mother visits.
S2, Ep3. Jess continues to have great sex with Sam but does not date. Jess feels uncomfortable with a sex only relationship.
Nick unwittingly becomes her surrogate boyfriend. Schmidt pretends to be one of Mitt Romney's sons to impress women.
S2, Ep4. Schmidt struggles to fit in when Jess befriends a group of 20 year olds who move in across the hall. Nick plays pranks on Schmidt to make him think he is old.
S2, Ep5. Instead of celebrating Cece's birthday watching a movie, Cece wants to go out. Jess joins the models at a wild party at the bar.
The next day, Cece is not able to model at a car show, so Jess steps in at the last minute. It does not go well.
S2, Ep6. Nick prepares for a visit from Amelia, someone he had a crush on at college. Jess has a job at a haunted house for Halloween.
She invites Sam, her non-boyfriend to the haunted house and plans to tell him she wants to be a girlfriend.
S2, Ep7. Unable to pay her share of rent and utilities, the guys tell Jess to get a job. She is experiencing her monthly period and is an emotional mess.
Nick meets a silent guy who shows him how to be peaceful. Cece wants to go back with Schmidt. S2, Ep8. When Jess's parents, Bob and Joan, show up at the same time for Thanksgiving dinner, Jess takes the opportunity to "parent trap" them into a reconciliation, but her ploy backfires.
Meanwhile, Schmidt and his bigger ex-Marine cousin, Big Schmidt, engage in a "manliness" competition. S2, Ep9.
When Sadie tells Jess and Cece they only have so many eggs available for having children, Jess is worried and insists she and Cece get tests done.
Schmidt tries to find confirmation for his sexual prowess. Nick finishes writing his book. S2, Ep Jess wants a bathtub in the apartment, and Winston helps her get one.
Schmidt is still interested in CeCe and thinks they would be great together, but he is also still with his boss. Nick meets a woman with man troubles at the bar.
The gang tries to attend a lot of Christmas parties. Cece talks to Schmidt about becoming just friends again.
Jess tries to avoid Sam; he tells her he wants to get back together. Nick has trouble adjusting to his adventurous girlfriend. Jess and Sam have a weekend getaway planned.
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Season 5. DVD cover art. List of New Girl episodes. Schmidt and Cece give the honor of best man and maid of honor to Nick and Jess, respectively.
Jess plans an elaborate engagement party for the couple, with the intent of surprising Cece with a visit from her mother, Priyanka Anna George.
Nick is given the responsibility of picking up Cece's mother from the airport, but picks up the wrong woman.
After saving a boy's life from under the weight of a car, Winston becomes tired of being labeled as a hero instead of being known for his pranking side.
Jess has a hard time relating to her new boyfriend Fred Taran Killam , and would rather spend time with his fun loving parents Flip and Nancy Henry Winkler and Julie Hagerty.
Nick and Schmidt are officially co-owners of the bar, and Schmidt's strict rules of the establishment puts pressure on Nick to be a tougher boss.
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Nick and Cece's constant bickering about the apartment rules puts Schmidt between them. Elizabeth Meriwether.
With Jess still in jury duty, Nick rents out the loft to pay for Schmidt's bachelor party that they plan on having in Tokyo. Winston thinks that KC is cheating on him, so he asks Cece for advice to get even with her.
Winston helps Cece buy a wedding dress. Nick tries to get Reagan Megan Fox , an attractive bisexual pharmaceutical sales representative, to temporarily move into the loft while Jess is still in jury duty.
Schmidt learns that Cece and Reagan had a sexual encounter years ago, making him uncomfortable. Nick has a hard time being comfortable around Reagan, so he spends a lot of his time in the loft in Schmidt's room, even during the time that Schmidt wants to have sex with Cece.
When Nick and Winston are unable to make decisions on anything, Reagan puts pressure on them to decide among themselves on who should have sex with her.
A heat wave hits the city, with Nick stubbornly refusing Reagan's offer of hanging out in her air-conditioned room.
The back and forth ultimately leads to Nick and Reagan to finally express their romantic feelings for each other.
Winston finds that people take him a lot more seriously when he uses his "cop voice". Cece refuses to go to a news broadcasting audition, which forces Schmidt to use his own "cop voice" to make her go.
Note: Despite Fox promoting this episode as the th episode, it is actually the th episode produced and aired.
Jess becomes overwhelmed by the workload given by her new principal Becky Cavatappi Elizabeth Berkley Lauren , while also helping Cece move out of her apartment to move into the loft with Jess and the guys.
While Cece packs up her things, she begins to have second thoughts about marrying Schmidt. Winston becomes tired of hearing Aly talk about her boyfriend, so he is given a new partner named Dunston Sam Richardson , who has similar interests as him, but is way more incompetent.
A flasher comes in and out of the bar, with Nick not really having a problem with him, which has Schmidt concerned. Michael Schultz. When Schmidt becomes highly stressed from planning the wedding, and with Cece getting a new job, Jess decides take over with some of the wedding preparations.
When getting champagne for the wedding, Jess falls for Gavin Peter Gallagher , a charming wine store owner, who she later finds out is Schmidt's father.
Nick and Winston argue over who has the tougher profession. Jess applies for a new teaching job at a more subdued, free-spirited school run by Genevieve Lucy Punch , who she later learns is dating Sam David Walton.
When Jess decides to take her relationship with Paul to the next level, she consults with the guys for some sex advice.
Meanwhile, Schmidt worms his way into his boss' baby shower to compete with his office female counterpart. S1, Ep9.
The gang attends Schmidt's holiday office party and Jess frets when she receives an expensive gift from Paul. S1, Ep When Schmidt's plans for his 29th birthday fall apart, Jess takes charge and enlists the help of her school's party hungry vice-principal.
Meanwhile, Nick begrudgingly has his first date at Schmidt's party with a beautiful lawyer who harbors a secret, and the gang argues why one of them has to place a 50 dollar bill in the douchebag jar.
Nick panics when Julia doesn't want to put a label on their relationship. Meanwhile, Jess enlists Julia to help her get out of a traffic ticket, Winston reconnects with a former booty call and Schmidt is baffled as to why his shower towel is always damp.
Against Nick's wishes, Jess makes it her mission to get the loft's cantankerous landlord to like her. In doing so, she inadvertently jeopardizes their living situation and the guys are forced to admit they've made some "unofficial" changes to the apartment.
Meanwhile Schmidt tries to decipher what he thinks are mixed signals from his boss Kim. Single for the first time on Valentine's Day, Jess convinces Schmidt to be her wingman as she attempts to have an attachment-free fling with a handsome stranger.
Nick's romantic plans are foiled when he finds himself spending more time with Julia's law firm assistant than with her. Winston becomes one of the girls when Shelby invites him over on the holiday.
When Jess tries to intervene with a classroom bully she finds herself the target of the bad seed student. Schmidt, meanwhile, is thrilled over his post-Valentine's sexcapades, but hates that his paramour wants to keep it a secret; and Nick goes into a tailspin when Julia sends him a cactus.
When Nick is hurt playing a game of touch football and Jess discovers he doesn't have insurance, she brings him to her doctor friend - an OB-GYN.
The gang rallies together and Nick evaluates his life when his seemingly innocuous back injury may prove to be more serious than thought.
After Jess realizes that Schmidt is unfairly doing all of the housework, she pushes him to "go on strike," and the entire ecosystem of the loft is thrown off balance.
Meanwhile, Nick scrambles when he must pay up to Winston after losing a poker game. Jess reluctantly dates the wealthy father of one of her students.
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