Kimmy is in a funk because she can't find her Prince Charming.
Titus is trying to restructure his image and get some new publicity photos.
Needless to say, I felt much better having Schmidt in the background of Jess's dates.
If you don't want to have a "Schmidt" tag along, though, at least pick a public location for your first encounters. All right, Dicers—what's your number one online dating rule?
The Lakota actually would burn dried buffalo feces, known as "buffalo chips," as fuel for campfires.
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Like in the case of the convict raisin farmer, the Michael Strahan lover, the guy who ate a chicken whole and live (feathers and all), and the Velcro shoe wearer (that one hit close to home—I once had a boyfriend who wore Velcro shoes). The aforementioned red flags illustrate the importance of a quick and believable exit strategy (Jess's were typically only the former). Have one handy that makes sense and is effective at getting you out of there, and fast. Spotting red flags and nipping them in the bud are both important, but so is having an open mind, as we learned in the case of date number 10.
(I know, between this and telling Congress to watch the "Work, Bitch" video, I'm real political today.) Anyway, the TV version of that is: A loft coupled within itself cannot stand. ) The episode cleverly kicked off with Nick, Jess, Schmidt, and Cece planning a double date, when neither that one nor any others would ever happen, thanks to the way the rest of the episode unfolded. Nick and Jess share a chemistry and weirdness that elevates their couple adventures to the enjoyability level of the show's classic group antics. There's nothing wrong with that, and I actually think it presents an advantage: really could have two couples and Winston winding through its story lines, because a lot of the great group plots don't change depending on whether Cece and Schmidt are coupled up., Schmidt and Cece will tie the knot on New Girl tonight.