"Tell me about it. Anyway, if you do see her, tell her she owes me about a hundred coffees."
New Girl: Some shows wait years before taking that next step with their two leads. New Girl didn’t, and while I applaud it for going there in its second season, unfortunately the execution has left a lot to be desired. Sure, it has led to more hijinks for the roommates, those directly and indirectly (i.e., the other guys) involved, but something just isn’t working. In a way, it seems too forced and awkward, and just because Nick and Jess were the “will they/won’t they” couple of the series doesn’t mean something should have come from that kiss the way it did.
Way back in January, it felt like torture for New Girl fans to have to watch will-they-or-won’t-they couple Jess and Nick flirt and fight, but not acknowledge their mutual feelings. And it originally seems like the two aren’t going to kiss in the episode, when Nick climbs out the window to avoid kissing Jess as part of a particularly risqué game of True American. But when he crosses her in the hall later, he suddenly grabs her arm, pulling her in for a very long and very passionate kiss that goes way beyond anything Jess-Nick ‘shippers could have imagined.
'You know what I love about this movie, Shawn? It's great resolution. Okay, so, call me old fashioned…but is there really anything more satisfying than a solid ending? You call me a killer –– but the truth is, I complete things.’
#that’s it #that’s the show