Old People's Home for 4 Year Olds
Jess Day moves in with three single men after she discovers that her long-term boyfriend has been cheating on her.
Coach moves out, and Winston, who's been working as a basketball coach in Latvia, returns to the flat. Meanwhile, Jess has to go round to her ex-boyfriend Spencer's house to pick up her things.
The guys are invited to a wedding of a mutual friend. Worried that he'll run into his ex-girlfriend, Nick asks Jess to be his date. Schmidt is on the prowl for single women.
Nick sets up a date with his sarcastic colleague Amanda but loses his confidence after Jess nervously giggles when she accidentially walks in on him while he's getting ready
Cece convinces Jess that Nick likes her as more than just a room-mate. Schmidt tries to seal the deal with Cece.
Jess invites Paul, a music teacher from her school that she's always had a crush on, to the gang's big Thanksgiving dinner, which naturally goes horribly awry.
Desperate for rehearsal space, Jess brings her youth hand-bell quartet to the flat to practise and things take an interesting turn when Winston reveals hidden musical talents.
Convinced her ex-boyfriend cheated on her because she was sexually unadventurous, Jess grows worried that she'll disappoint Paul in bed and takes steps to ensure things go well.
Jess frets when Paul surprises her with a thoughtful and lavish Christmas gift, as she has only bought him a soft toy. The whole group are invited to Schmidt's office party.
Schmidt's plans for his 29th birthday fall apart when he loses the reservation for his party bus, so Jess tries to get hold of a school bus
Jess asks Julia to help her get out of paying a traffic fine, but Julia doesn't seem very keen to help. Winston tries to hook up with an ex-date. Schmidt can't work out why his towel's always damp.
Jess and Nick run into Remy, their surly landlord, in the lift. While Nick takes the chance to complain about the long list of broken items in their flat, Jess decides to befriend him.
Single on Valentine's Day for the first time in six years, Jess talks Schmidt into going out on the hunt for one-night stands with her
When one of Jess's students is constantly taunted by his classmates, she takes pity on him and confronts the bullies. But her unorthodox approach puts her in the line of fire.
Nick hurts his back playing touch football and Jess discovers that he doesn't have medical insurance. To help him out, she takes him to see her doctor friend Sadie, even though she's an obstetrician.
Schmidt becomes agitated when Jess starts to furnish the neat and tidy loft apartment with household items she finds dumped in the street
Jess has an awkward parent-teacher meeting with Russell Schiller, the wealthy father of a student who has been creating some strange artwork in her class
Jess worries when her sophisticated first date with Russell (Dermot Mulroney) ends awkwardly. Nick's old college friend Dirk comes to stay at the loft apartment and brings out Nick's laddish side.
While training for a charity run, Jess realises that Cece has been keeping a secret from her, which puts their friendship to the test
Jess returns to the flat after spending an idyllic week with Russell. However, her happiness is short-lived when Cece points out that she is doing everything on his terms.
Jess agrees to look after Russell's daughter Sarah while he is out of town, Cece is terrified she might be pregnant, and Nick has to defend his new relationship
When Jess witnesses a fierce argument between Russell and his ex-wife Ouli (guest stars Dermot Mulroney and Jeanne Tripplehorn), she worries that she and Russell don't share the same fiery passion
Upset about splitting up with Russell, Jess goes out for a few drinks and hooks up with her ex-boyfriend Paul, but they have different views about their night together
Schmidt and Winston help Nick pack his possessions as he prepares to move into a new flat with Caroline