October 5, 2012

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New Girl: The Complete First Season

New GirlSeason 1 (DVD)

New Girl is a charming, offbeat comedy about friends, flings and modern relationships. After a bad breakup, free-spirited optimist Jess (Zooey Deschanel) moves in with three bachelors who have plenty of issues of their own. Winston (Lamorne Morris) is a former athlete, Nick (Jake Johnson) is a law school dropout, and Schmidt (Max Greenfield) is a wannabe womanizer in love with...himself. Together with her super-hot BFF Cece (Hannah Simone), this New Girl discovers that hanging out with the guys can be a challenging — and hilarious — adventure!

Special Features:

   ●   Commentary on Pilot Episode
   ●   Commentary on Bad in Bed
   ●   Dress Like Jess
   ●   Auditions with Lamorne
   ●   Alternate Jokes
   ●   Commentary on See Ya
   ●   New Girl: Evolution of an Episode
   ●   Deleted Scenes and Extended Scenes
   ●   Gag Reel
   ●   Alternate Jokes
   ●   Sneak Peek: Ben and Kate

New Girl is a cute show.  It took me a few episodes to really get into it and enjoy it.  Jess (Zooey Deschanel) is adorable and quicky, but at times can be a little annoying.  But after watching it, you really start to root for the character Jess and you want her to be happy!  One of my favorite characters in the show is a Schmitt, you know when ever he opens his mouth it is going to have you laughing.  He really was a breakout star in this series!  Pick up the The Complete First Season and get ready to laugh!

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