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With Jess sequestered at jury duty, Nick turns the loft into an air b-n-b in order to help pay for Schmidt's upcoming bachelor party. Meanwhile, Winston asks Cece for help when he suspects KC is cheating on him in the all-new.

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Elizabeth Meriwether (created by), Rob Rosell | 3 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Zooey Deschanel ... Jess Day (credit only)
Jake Johnson ... Nick Miller
Max Greenfield ... Schmidt
Lamorne Morris ... Winston Bishop
Hannah Simone ... Cece Parekh
Stephen Rannazzisi ... Todd Ploons
Fred Armisen ... Brandon
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Kiersey Clemons ... KC
Ally Maki ... Kumiko
Steve Monroe ... Tom McQuaid
Chloe Noelle ... Crystal McQuaid
Alyssa Preston ... Gigi McQuaid
Daniel Riordan ... News Anchor
Asher Deva ... Guy in the Picture
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With Jess sequestered at jury duty, Nick turns the loft into an air b-n-b in order to help pay for Schmidt's upcoming bachelor party. Meanwhile, Winston asks Cece for help when he suspects KC is cheating on him in the all-new.

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Comedy

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

26 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

This is the first episode Jess is absent. In real life, Zooey is out on maternity leave after the birth of Elsie Otter. During this episode, the newscaster mentions the birth of a new otter at this zoo. This is possibly a reference to Zooey's daughter. See more »

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References The Godfather: Part II (1974) See more »

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Performed by Dred & Freebie & The Bean
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Is this show a comedy?
11 October 2016 | by xhidden99See all my reviews

Because if it is I don't get it. It's like a cross between a commercial for something I don't want and an amateur YouTube video about something I don't care about. OK I'll give it some credit for Fred Armisen. Not because he's any good but because we're supposed to naturally assume it's ironic about something. But otherwise it's just random screaming. Again, is it a comedy or has it devolved into a post ironic self referential ironic comment about itself while watching an ironic video of itself by itself? I can't tell. I do know it's not funny. Not even a little bit. At all. Ever. In any. Way. By the way, 40 is the new 18. We are so doomed As a culture.


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