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I am not overly excited about "The New Girl."

Even though I love Zooey and enjoy Fox shows, I'm not. I am simply not. Remember My Guys on TBS? ALMOST SAME PLOT? or how about this mid-90s gem

I bet you are thinking "what does Dharma and Greg have to do with anything!" but WHEN DOESN'T IT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH EVERYTHING! 

here's a synopsis of The New Girl, which kicks off on September 20 2011. Eww really? That's an ugly date. I'm sorry but it is. I don't like late September.

The show will star Zooey Deschanel as Jessica Day, a well-liked, bubbly, and adorable woman in her late 20's who is trying to get over her surprise breakup with her model boyfriend. She eventually finds a new place to stay when she moves in with three single guys; Nick, a bartender, Schmidt, a professional and modern-day casanova, and Coach, a former athlete turned trainer. Rounding out this unlikely bunch is Jessica's street-smart model friend Cece. Together, this group of friends try to help Jessica learn a lot about love, life and mostly about herself, while at the same time learn a lot about themselves.[2]

Aw, shucks, now I feel tingly. Maybe I should give this show the benefit of the doubt- perhaps it has the potential to be AWESOME. Parks and Recreation awesome! Or at least Friends awesome. But I feel like it's a case of "been there done there seen that had sex with it sniffed it mailed it to my parents they weren't impressed regifted it on Christmas."

I HOPE though for Zooey's sake, that I am wrong. At least the model is breaking form! 

question:  will you watch? I don't even have a TV these days. YAY HULU

I live with a guy right now. Can I say something? It's more preferable to a girl in the way that girls are like I WANT TO TALK ABOUT EVERYTHING AND MAKE THIS LIKE HOW TO MAKE AN AMERICAN QUILT BECAUSE I HAVE EMOTIONS AND STUFF. shut the fuck up, sluts, and let me masturbate in peace. THANK YOU

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  1. Jenna Elfman is dead right?

    As for, it would be too weird watching that on McDonalds wifi.



  3. I'm pretty sure the actors in the 'New Girl' clip are BOTH IN HAPPY ENDINGS, TOO WHAT THE HELL EVERYONE ON TV NOW LOOKS EXACTLY THE SAME

    why did Zooey do this thing? why?

    /back to watching ID4 B JELLY

  4. dead people can be in movies Heath Ledger in that one flick.


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