hannah simone is german, indian, swedish and brazilian
I feel Jess is the heart and soul of the show. The guys support her so well, but Zoey carries the show. Last night was my favorite since the pilot. I still miss coach, but I can see Lamar's talent. He's got a vintage Eddie Murphy thing about him. Winston just needs to show his softer side like all the rest of the characters have. Honorable mention to Hannah Simone. I think she's under rated. The look Cece gave Nick when he asked Jess if she was texting her date in the pilot episode was priceless. I love it when she's on screen.
Loved this episode! didn't know if i would stick with this show through the season! But this ep made up my mind!
I completely agree with your comparison of last week's episode to this weeks. The difference was outstandingly comforting, and although I found myself cringing at the character direction last week's episode took my fears were happily assuaged by the toned-down Jess in this week's episode. I hope they continue to promote the believably silly but heartfelt Zooey Deschannel character that will make this show work.
the guys steal the show for me. Jess is too over-the-top neurotic and quirky for me - it's not believable and occasionally annoying. But I do love Zooey D. and the overall results is a great, funny show.
This is the first episode that made me laugh out loud for most of it. Schmidt was hysterical!! The way he said Chutney (with a straight face) had me rolling. He's stealing the show!
I like your suggestion that Winston get a job at Jess' school! He could be a gym teacher or basketball coach or something using his sports background. It'll give him the chance to grow as a character and bond with Jess (I can so see Nick and Schmidt becoming competitive/jealous of Jess and Winston having shared funny stories and inside jokes - after all, the two of them knew both Jess and Winston first).
I'm sure Nick and Jess will get together eventually, but I hope they're more like Monica and Chandler (friends first, gaining momentum that carries the relationship throughout the series) than Rachel and Ross (constant break-up-make-up-he-loves-her-she-doesn't-love-him-now-vice-versa).
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