Episode 1: Re-LaunchEpisode 2: KatieEpisode 3: FlufferEpisode 4: NeighborsEpisode 5: ModelsEpisode 6: HalloweenEpisode 7: MenziesEpisode 8: ParentsEpisode 9: EggsEpisode 10: BathtubEpisode 11: SantaEpisode 12: CabinEpisode 13: A Father's LoveEpisode 14: PepperwoodEpisode 15: CoolerEpisode 16: Table 34Episode 17: Parking SpotEpisode 18: TinFinityEpisode 19: Quick Hardening CaulkEpisode 20: ChicagoEpisode 21: First DateEpisode 22: Bachelorette PartyEpisode 23: VirginsEpisode 24: Winston's BirthdayEpisode 25: Elaine's Big DayLoading...
New Girl - Season 2Jess tries to find a new career after shes laid off from her teaching job. She also starts dating a handsome doctor, but her increasingly close friendship with roommate Nick leads to romantic complications. Also this season, Nick is dumbfounded when he gets a visit from his future self, Winston must answer to his disapproving mother and basketball star sister, Schmidt panics at the thought of getting old and then becomes jealous when Cece starts dating the anti-Schmidt.Keywords:
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Critic Reviews of "New Girl - Season 2"
Andy Greenwald GrantlandSeptember 17, 2013
Catchphrases aside, Deschanel actually plays tough much better than twee.
Swati Gauri Sharma Boston GlobeMay 14, 2013
This show was at once a breath of fresh air. Now, with a love triangle, a wedding finale, and a big guest appearance, it feels more of the same.
Ethan AlterOctober 01, 2013
Fox's adorkable comedy New Girl returned from its first year a smarter, funnier and all-around better show.
Rob Batchelor We Got This CoveredSeptember 21, 2013
Overall, "Elaine's Big Day" is a very good finale to what has been an exceptional second season of New Girl, and we should await the third season with baited breath.
Mike Ward PopMattersApril 30, 2013
Funny though it can be, New Girl is going nowhere.
Chuck BarneySeptember 25, 2012
Fortified with great chemistry, the entire cast in an irresistible force, spouting goofy one-liners that put us in constant crack-up mode.
Jon Caramanica New York TimesMay 13, 2013
New Girl is the rare mainstream sitcom that's exceedingly at ease in discussing race, largely because it acknowledges the characters' well-meaning, flawed views, and plays them for eye rolls and laughs.
Willa Paskin Salon.comSeptember 25, 2012
I really love New Girl- with that sort of unconditional, I just like hanging around with all these crazy people affection that some TV shows inspire.
Alan Sepinwall HitFixSeptember 25, 2012
These two episodes were actually among the funnier non-Dermot Mulroney Jess episodes the show's done.
Mike Hale New York TimesSeptember 25, 2012
It's an ode to vulnerability and confusion, a celebration of inappropriate choices and the fine art of tiptoeing around your friends' feelings.
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