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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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After an emasculating experience, Schmidt and the guys go to Vegas to party; an incident at a biker bar puts Schmidt's bravado to the test.
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Jess has an erotic dream about Nick; when Winston finds out Aly's boyfriend is a pet talent agent, Schmidt helps him try to get Furguson an audition.
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Jess sets out to clear her name after she receives a restraining order from a former boyfriend; Nick and Schmidt plot against the owner of a new bar.
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Jess learns the principal at the progressive new school she is applying to is dating her ex; when Nick gets a cold, Schmidt quarantines the roommates to prevent himself from getting sick before his presentation.
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Jess agrees to help Schmidt with wedding preparations when Cece gets a job offer; Schmidt's dad shows up; Winston and Nick compete over whose job is harder.
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Cece is ready to move into the loft; Jess has to finish the school budget in a hurry after the new principal neglects to tell her when it's due; Winston gets a new partner.
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Jess attempts to discover the real identity of a juror who was sequestered with her; Reagan prepares to move on; Winston and Cece help Schmidt overcome his fear of public dancing.
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Nick and Reagan compete to see who can provide the loft with the best air conditioner; Winston and Schmidt help Cece prepare for a newscaster audition.
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Reagan challenges Nick and Winston's indecisiveness when she says she will sleep with only one of them; while looking at wedding venues with Cece, Schmidt runs into his college frenemy, Benjamin.
aired 7 days ago
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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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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Schmidt and Cece take action when Nick's attraction to Reagan impacts their relationship; Winston teaches Reagan about breakups.
aired 8 days ago
A beautiful pharmaceutical rep (Megan Fox) agrees to sublet Jess' room while she remains on a sequestered jury.
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Nick's cousin (Bill Burr) and his wife (Lennon Parham) come to Nick with a shocking request; Winston helps Cece look for a wedding dress.
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While Jess is sequestered at jury duty, Nick tries to earn money to help pay for Schmidt's bachelor party; Winston thinks K.C. is cheating on him and turns to Cece for help.
aired 12 days ago
A possible work promotion interferes with Jess' excitement for jury duty; Cece's messiness pushes Nick over the edge.
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Jess starts seeing a new guy who she isn't crazy about but has great parents; Nick and Schmidt butt heads over how to run the bar.
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Jess plans an engagement party for Schmidt and Cece, not realizing Cece's mom isn't aware her daughter is getting married.
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With Coach preparing to move out, Schmidt decides to go through his own stuff as well; Jess and Nick contemplate their feelings for each other.
aired 19 days ago
Schmidt sacrifices himself to help Fawn out of a scandal; Jess dubs herself a love doctor; Coach must make a life-changing decision.
aired 19 days ago
Fawn takes Jess to a charity golf tournament; Winston lies about being a cop when he meets a beautiful woman.

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