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In this episode, Jess finds passion still exists between Russell and Ouli, Nick tries his hand at growing fruit rather than attempting a fruitful relationship, Winston and Shelby are in L-U-V and Schmidt and CeCe come to an impasse. New Girl, “Tomatoes” starts with Nick gathering all of the roommates

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In this New Girl episode Jess babysits for Russell and on Jess’ watch, his young daughter falls for Nick, Nick thinks he has found a mature, cultured woman in Chloe but learns that may not quite be the case, Winston does his own babysitting with his boss and CeCe thinks

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In this week’s episode of New Girl, CeCe thinks she may be pregnant with Schmidt’s baby, Jess is asked to watch Sarah (Russell’s daughter) and thinks that it’s a test to see if she can be a good mommy, Nick’s notion that he is dating a mature woman is crushed

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In this episode Jess introduces Russell to her normal, Russell takes to it almost too well, Nick continues to profess his love of Russell and Winston meets one of his idols and lands a job with a jerk of a boss. “Normal” begins with Jess and Russell at a political

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I’m really looking forward to the return of Dermot Mulroney tomorrow night on New Girl, “Normal”.  It seems Jess and Russell have been away for a week on a “Sexcation”. Jess shares with CeCe that things between the two of them seem pretty perfect, but when CeCe points out that

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In this episode Jess and Russell try to find their groove, Winston figures out how he really feels about Shelby, Schmidt turns the tables on CeCe, and Nick parties like it’s 1999 with Dirk (guest Martin Starr). After a SXSW induced hiatus, I am back and ready to give you my

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Liam Neeson reunites with his A-Team director Joe Carnahan for The Grey, a man-versus-nature survival picture that casts the late-blooming action star as a modern “great white hunter” employed by an Alaskan oil company. Aspiring to a status akin to the visual equivalent of the muscular prose of Jack London

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