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After going through a rough breakup, awkward and upbeat Jess (Zooey Deschanel) moves in with three single guys. Intelligent and witty Nick is an underachiever who took the bartender off-ramp on his road to success. Schmidt obsesses over his social standing and looks at Jess as a personal project. Winston is a competitive former athlete who, after realizing he will never become a pro, moves into the loft. Together with Jess' best friend, Cece, they bond to form an unlikely, and dysfunctional, family.

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Jess is prepared to reveal her true feelings to Nick; Nick accepts a meeting with a book publisher; Aly helps Winston reconnect with an important person; Cece and Schmidt receive big news.
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Jess and her dad unexpectedly help one another with their love lives; Nick asks Aly for help with his relationship with Reagan; Schmidt contemplates using his first name.
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Jess avoids her feelings for Nick by taking care of her dad in Portland, Ore.; while at a party with Reagan, Nick starts to worry they don't really know each other; Aly prepares to meet Winston's mom, who Winston reveals doesn't know they are cops.
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Jess worries that she has been spending too much time acting like Nick's girlfriend with Reagan away; Schmidt and Cece obsess over security in their new home; Aly reveals an embarrassing secret to Winston.
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Jess recruits Nick to help her become more popular with the students; Schmidt hires a new assistant; Winston discovers Furguson may be two-timing him.
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Jess is nervous about starting her new role as principal, so Nick and Schmidt take her on a relaxing day trip to Solvang; Cece helps Winston try to finalize his divorce from Rhonda.
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On Valentine's Day, Jess tries to convince everyone she's happy being single; Schmidt competes for a promotion; Winston's plans to propose to Aly are expedited.
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When Nick freaks out after Reagan lands him a book signing, Jess scrambles to boost his confidence and help it go smoothly; Winston reveals to Schmidt and Cece that he's proposing to Aly but needs their help to execute the big plan.
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Jess and Robby make an unexpected discovery about their relationship while on a hike; Winston plans a party for Aly; Schmidt and Cece fall short of impressing their new neighbors.
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Jess discovers that she has a problem making decisions when she tries to find a new vice principal; Cece gets Jess and Reagan to help her find new models; the guys plan to enjoy a day at the spa.
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Jess goes to extremes to get the money to pay Robby's medical bill; Cece gets discouraged when her modeling agency's first client decides to change career paths.
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Reagan moves into the loft; Schmidt goes soul-searching when Cece and Winston question his love of electronic dance music.
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Jess tries to keep the loft's Secret Santa gift exchange going; Winston doesn't think his gift for Cece will be delivered in time, so he and Schmidt go shopping to find a new gift; Reagan gives Nick a surprise.
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Nick helps Schmidt earn the respect of a hard to deal with house contractor; Jess and Robby find out if they're able to have a casual relationship; Cece and Winston discuss the pros and cons of not being single.
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Jess needs to impress the president of the Parents' Council to land the principal job; Winston puts his undercover skills to the test; Nick struggles to come up with the perfect wedding gift for Schmidt and Cece.
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Thanksgiving dinner goes awry for Jess and the gang when Robby unexpectedly shows up and Schmidt's dad arrives heartbroken; Nick discovers that Regan is putting off her move-in date; Winston deals with his injury.
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When Jess decides she's ready to date again, Schmidt presses her to date her workout partner, Robby; Nick tries to understand male beauty when Cece hires a buff bartender; Winston has a burst of confidence.
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Schmidt and Cece get help from the gang to remodel their fixer-upper; Jess opens a vote to let Reagan move back into the loft; Nick and Winston make a surprising discovery.
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While visiting New York, Jess encounters Detective Jake Peralta, whom she helps on a case; Nick and Winston try to get subway fare; Cece butts heads with her mother-in-law.
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Jess and members of her singles-only group join Schmidt, Cece, Winston and Aly on a "glamping" trip; Nick struggles with the next chapter of his novel.
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Jess and Cece begin campaigning and bet a disbelieving Schmidt that they can recruit voters for the approaching presidential election; Winston shows Nick the ins and outs of modern phone sex.
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Jess struggles to get her mind off Nick when he returns from his summer in New Orleans; Schmidt and Cece search for their first home; Winston deals with a long-distance relationship with Aly.

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