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New Girl Zooey White

New Girl TV Show Poster Zooey White

Promo Flyer to advertise the TV show New Girl featuring Zooey Deschanel

| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)

| Price – $9.84




New Girl White Couch

New Girl TV Show Poster White Couch

Promo Flyer to advertise the TV show New Girl

| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)

| Price – $9.84

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The second season is definitely better.

This episode traced the dilemma faced by young adults while judging the correctness of their decisions. It is basically the dread of making wrong choices that may affect their life forever that haunts the minds of the gang and their uncertain minds make silly errors at every small turns unknowingly. This harsh reality has been depicted well in this episode through its various sub-plots.

In fact there has been a major shift in presentation of issues in Season 2 as compared to Season 1. The first season was more of a superficial nature. It is only in the second season that issues close to the heart have been dealt with in great detail and have been brought before the viewers well. More here

Zooey as Elvis, that should be good.

Earlier this month the show was renewed for a third season, but there were plenty left to talk about regarding the remaining episodes this season. Panelists confirmed news reports that Episode 20, airing in a few weeks, takes the cast to Chicago after the death of Nick’s (Johnson) father. While again not revealing too many spoilers, producers said the episode would feature guest stars Margo Martindale (who died on Justified but won an Emmy for her role) as Nick’s mother and Nick Kroll as Nick’s brother. Also guest starring as Nick’s grandmother: Ellen Albertini Dow, who played the “rapping granny” in The Wedding Singer, variously reported to be either 94 or 99. The episode was directed by Kasdan, who said setting the show in Chicago and blending regulars with guest cast made this episode feel “like the pilot for a different show.” And he added that “Elvis shows up” — played by Deschanel. More here

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