Gotta say, the amount of insults I’ve seen thrown at the writers disappoints me more than anything these days. If you’re unhappy with the show right now, fine, I get it. But let’s all remember that Nick and Jess = fictional, but Liz & Co.? Not so fictional. Criticize their writing all you want, but let’s keep it classy and steer clear of calling them names, shall we? Good.

Hope your day is as beautiful as mine. <3

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green-apple4:

newgirlramblings:

broadwaygleek4life:

My biggest concern for new girl is the fear that ness don’t get back together till like the last episode like Ross and Rachel. I say that because the Ross and Rachel fans didn’t get to see them really be a couple except for the time they were together in the earlier season. I want to see Nick and…

The difference is that Friends was a hit show, therefore the writers could afford to drag out the will-they-won’t-they. They had a solid 20-25 million core audience. My guess is that S4 will be New Girl’s last (just a feeling), so I don’t think they’re gonna wait until the very last episode to get Nick and Jess back together.

I really hope they won’t wait too long to get them back together. Of course, this was a needed break-up and they both need some time on their own to figure out lots of things, but I really hope that they’ll be back together for the half of next season.

I loved Ross and Rachel in the beginning, but as the show went on I grew tired of them, and I love Nick and Jess too much to see the same thing happen again. I know that they’re two separate shows, different couples and all, I just have this fear. Also, I know I’m one of the few that grew tired of the Ross and Rachel’s will-they-won’t-they relationship, but I still think they could have stopped that a few season earlier and I would have loved to see the two of them, grown from the firsts season, actually give a serious try at a relationship. They’re gonna do that of screen, and I still wish we could have watched that (and also, I think it would be so much more fun to be watched)

Sorry for the ramblings, it’s just that seeing that post brought back a lot of Friend’s feelings :)

Friends’ biggest mistake was not going for it with Ross and Rachel after she got pregnant. “TOW Rachel’s Date” was the perfect time. Their conversation on the stairs was the most beautiful thing, but then Mona happened. And Joey/Rachel. Ugh.

lenaguffi:

newgirlramblings:

I love you, Jake, but ew. Too much information.

OMG gross

Like seriously, seriously gross. 

lenaguffi:

newgirlramblings:

I love you, Jake, but ew. Too much information.

OMG gross

Like seriously, seriously gross. 

(Source: obnessive)

I love you, Jake, but ew. Too much information.

I love you, Jake, but ew. Too much information.

(Source: obnessive)

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broadwaygleek4life:

My biggest concern for new girl is the fear that ness don’t get back together till like the last episode like Ross and Rachel. I say that because the Ross and Rachel fans didn’t get to see them really be a couple except for the time they were together in the earlier season. I want to see Nick and…

The difference is that Friends was a hit show, therefore the writers could afford to drag out the will-they-won’t-they. They had a solid 20-25 million core audience. My guess is that S4 will be New Girl’s last (just a feeling), so I don’t think they’re gonna wait until the very last episode to get Nick and Jess back together.

Thoughts on: 3x21 - “Big News”

Don’t have much time but I wanted to say a few things:

Loved. It. Second episode in a row that actually made me laugh out loud again, which… is kinda vital for a comedy.

Schmidt was hysterical, and I actually liked that his scenes with Cece had no romantic undertones this time. They’re so much more entertaining this way. That whole scene between him, Cece and Jess had me on the floor. 

Coach’s new hug: Everyone was like “WTF?!” and Schmidt was like, “God, yes, I needed this”. LMFAO.

Nick and Jess… I’m lovin’ it. Go back to the roots and focus on what makes your relationship great for now - your friendship. Then work out your individual issues and start over. This was a great start, and a realistic one. They were so great with each other and they’re far from over. That final scene was my favorite scene of them so far this season, I think. 

Well done, writers. You have my attention again. 

Anonymous asked: Some people's constant negativity to starting to wear on me. I'm all but ready to untrack the Tumblr New Girl tag. It seems to be the same 5 ppl who are constantly dragging the fandom down. I just dont understand how ppl can be sooooo quick to judge and give up on a show they love so much. Would they have rather have one of the characters cheat?? The break up JUST happened. You have to give them time.

I understand what you’re saying about giving the writers some time and see where things go. I think if people are seriously this upset, then maybe it’d be good to… take a break? For their own sanity, I mean. That’s what I usually do when I get upset to the point where it affects my overall mood during the day. That should just never happen. 

I’m sorry you feel dragged down by the negativity. It’s never fun to read but at the end of the day, the only opinion that matters is your own and if you’re happy with where things are going, I say put on that party hat and enjoy. ;) You’re not alone. :)

mynewgirlfeels:

theyknowthatyouknow:

I just don’t get the.. ‘uproar’ surrounding that Larry King interview. It just seemed like to me that the breakup was to show they need to grow before they can be together.

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Agreed. I just don’t think we should be bashing these people for things they haven’t done yet. All this talk of them ignoring the Nick/Jess story, and them ending up with other people….no one has said that. Anything is possible, but nobody has said anything that specific. Dave said they knew this wasn’t going to last through the entire series because they weren’t ready for a complete relationship. I feel like some people are interpreting this as “we knew the Nick/Jess story wasn’t going to last for the whole show because they weren’t meant to be in a relationship.” Pretty sure that’s not what he’s saying.

Totally agree with this. 

theyknowthatyouknow:

I just don’t get the.. ‘uproar’ surrounding that Larry King interview. It just seemed like to me that the breakup was to show they need to grow before they can be together.

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