Old People's Home for 4 Year Olds
Nick and Jess decide to give their fledgling romance a chance. They head off to a Mexican beach town for some time alone but, once there, Nick soon runs into trouble with the authorities.
Jess tries to fit in with a clique of unfriendly teachers at her new school, but when she takes Nick's advice on how to handle the situation it turns out to be a big mistake
Thinking Schmidt has chosen to be with Cece, Jess and Nick invite them on a double date. Nick's caught between loyalty to his friend and devotion to his girlfriend when he finds out a shocking secret.
A vengeful Schmidt targets Jess and Nick's relatively happy relationship. When Winston learns that Furguson the cat must be neutered, he is determined to give this feline a last night of carnal glory.
When Nick inherits some money from his late father, Jess is determined to put the funds to good use by secretly tackling Nick's box of unwanted responsibilities - AKA his unpaid bills.
In an effort to reconnect with Cece, Jess throws a Halloween party at the loft, but Cece isn't keen to attend
A newly single Coach drops in and wants to pick up exactly where he left off when he moved out. When he takes Nick, Winston and Schmidt out to a strip club, Jess and Cece get their own back.
An overabundance of Chinese takeaway menus left at the loft apartment's front door is the catalyst for an interconnected series of adventures for Jess and the guys
Schmidt grows frantic when Coach asks Cece out, so Jess has to keep her panic-stricken friend occupied while their first date takes place
The gang's survival skills are tested when Nick and Jess take them camping over the Thanksgiving holiday. Nick does his best to prove he is a manly hunter-gatherer.
Jess asks her friends' advice when she's offered a well-paid job as a fundraiser for a children's museum just as her teaching post is getting her down
In an effort to foster a friendship with Coach, Jess pretends to be a fan of the Pistons, his favourite basketball team, but this causes Nick to go on the offensive because he's a fan of the Bulls
Nick enlists his friends to help arrange a perfect birthday surprise for Jess, who usually spends the day alone at the cinema to avoid having her high expectations disappointed
Jess is ready to paint the town purple when a chance encounter on the street results in her and Cece being invited to a mansion party thrown by music legend Prince
When Nick has an awkward encounter with Caroline, his ex-girlfriend, Jess tries to convince him that he can still be friends with her by introducing him to her former boyfriend, Berkley
Jess's wild-child sister Abby visits and throws the loft apartment and its inhabitants into disarray. Schmidt enlists Nick to help when he gate-crashes a bar mitzvah to woo a rabbi's daughter.
Jess's sister Abby decides to stay in Los Angeles permanently and soon has her eye on one of the flatmates. In a state of panic, Jess starts searching for another place for Abby to live.
Abby and Schmidt's warp-speed relationship causes Jess to re-evaluate her and Nick's need for space and independence
Jess hires Coach as her school's new volleyball instructor but has to fire him almost immediately because of budget cuts
Jess and Nick face up to some home truths about their relationship, while Cece panics after sending Buster a series of drunken texts
On the morning after ending their relationship, Jess and Nick decide to keep their break-up secret from their friends
When Jess is asked to organise a dance for the students at her school, she soon comes to suspect that somebody is sabotaging her efforts
Jess and Nick invite the gang along with them on a cruise that they booked while they were still together as a couple