While it seems like a good idea at first to move all of Schmidt’s extra stuff into the storefront he had leased for Abby, when someone comes in thinking they’re an actual store and open for business, things get dicey. The guy breaks something and hurts himself, and decides to sue the owner, so, Schmidt now needs a lawyer. While he doesn’t have a Jew available, he does have Nick, who is legally allowed to practice, having passed the bar, and Winston, who just likes to role play.
Jess gets Coach a job as the PE teacher at the school, and after sharing her ambition to become Vice Principal, he convinces her to ask for what she wants.
When she does, she actually gets it, but she realizes she is getting more than what she bargained for. The budget is a mess, and the principal says they have to fire two people. Since Coach was the last hired, he ought to be the first to be fired, and Jess has to do it. She does, but she is able to convince the principal to let him back, after seeing how great he is with the kids. They can find another way to bolster the budget.
Cece accidentally serves a young, hot Aussie guy who is not of legal US drinking age, though the legal age is lower in Oz, and takes a little heat for it, but she’s more interested in the heat the guy was bringing. He was extremely sweet and complimentary to her, despite being at least ten years younger than her, and when he comes back to ask her out, she doesn’t hesitate, though she has to endure a bit of heckling from Nick, Schmidt and Winston celebrating Nick’s victory in Schmidt’s lawsuit.
The suit was dropped, after Nick pulled a stunt with taking the screws out of a chair, and perhaps more convincingly, after he explains to the others that he’s “a lawyer with only one case, one client and no hobbies”, which means he has plenty of time to make their lives a living hell with all kinds of red tape and paperwork.
This episode was one of the better ones in a while. Giving Coach an integral connection to the group, working at the same place as Jess, was a great idea, and seeing Nick practice law, even if he half-assed it with some shenanigans, was great too. Also, I like the Aussie guy. Kinda hoping he sticks around. Partly for Cece’s sake, but mostly because he’s adorable.
While Jake is out on Best Man duties with Boyle, he learns that Boyle’s fiancee wants to move them to Ottawa, Canada and have him retire from the force. Jake tries to get Boyle to talk honestly with his bride-to-be, but Boyle chickens out and makes Jake look like the bad guy. Eventually, he gets it done, and it looks like the wedding is still on.
The captain has to get Diaz to apologize to one of the other cops who made a mistake in cataloging evidence and screwed up her case.
At first, she rubs the guy’s nose in his mistake, busts his chops about it, but Holt tells her she has to make sure the guy learns from his mistake so it doesn’t happen again, and an apology would probably be in order since he filed a complaint against her for harassment.
Santiago, Gina, and the sergeant all start a diet, and while they do ok for a day or two, Gina backs out and immediately goes for a gigantic sandwich with everything on it. Santiago falls second, disappearing and hiding out on her fourth cheeseburger. The sergeant thinks he can still make it on his own, but it’s no good. That diet was just way too restrictive.
Not their best; I’m still waiting for Jake/Santiago thing to play out, or the Boyle/Diaz thing to come to head. Something’s gotta give, and I have a strong feeling it will be one of these by season’s end.
Growing Up Fisher 3/11
The Fishers are going to the carnival, separately on their own respective dates, but they all wind up back together. Katie gets asked out on a date there, and Henry wants to ask Jenny, but she turns him down, while Mel and Joyce both debate whether it’s too soon for them to start dating after their separation, but both decide it might be all right.
However, when Joyce’s date starts going down hill, she recruits Katie and her friend to double, and after Mel hears about Henry’s swing and a miss, he changes his mind about his date, which coincidentally, was with Jenny’s mom (guest appearance by Constance Zimmer!! House of Cards, Entourage), and Mel decides to just go with his son.
However, the reason Jenny said no to Henry was because she was already going to the carnival with her mom and a friend, and it looks like Mel may have smoothed things over with her mom as well.
I sure hope so! I will take as much Constance Zimmer as I can get. Her character got phased out of House of Cards, there IS an Entourage movie in the makes, but that’ll be a ways off yet, so if she’s got a recurring role on Growing Up Fisher, I’m totally up for it. Even if it’s just as Jenny’s mom and not Mel’s love interest, I’m up for it. Like I said, I’ll take what I can get! I just love her 🙂
It’s St. Patty’s Day at the office, and while everyone tries to avoid the holiday because of Simon’s alcoholic past with the holiday, Andrew can’t avoid it when his Irish sisters show up and decide to take over the office and deck it out in true Irish spirit.
Zach gets injured trying to keep up with the sisters when they go out drinking, and while Andrew snaps at them for taking over and putting him in an awkward position with his boss, he later has to recruit them to help rebuild a float that Simon accidentally requested destroyed. Sydney tries to give Lauren acting tips when Lauren gets hired to do a commercial for Krispy Kreme, but it completely backfires.
I’m a little worried about the ratings and the news: CBS has not said anything yet about renewing The Crazy Ones for a season two, and I’d hate to lose so many fun people in one fell swoop! It’s been awesome to have SMG back, and I love getting to see James Wolk every week. Amanda Setton has been a wonderful addition to actors I love to watch, and while I’m still not 100% on Hamish Linklater, he is adorable on this show. All that, and I didn’t even mention Robin Williams. Seriously, CBS, please don’t cancel this show. Seriously, you guys, start watching it if you’re not already!
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland 3/13
This was a majorly fact-filled ep with all kinds of history on Cyrus’s side, so hold on to your hats. Last time, we learned that the other genies Jafar is in possession of are Cyrus’s brothers, but this time, we learn how the whole genie curse came about, plus another twist in the story.
When Cyrus crossing the wrong man gambling, he imperils his mother’s life when their house is set on fire. He and his brothers go to a well that is supposed to have magical waters with healing powers, but when they try to take some to save their mother, the water guardian rises up from the well and tells them their mother is already set to die and they can’t save her, so they need to return the water to the well or face the consequences. Cyrus is stubborn, and convinces his brothers that they have to at least try for their mother’s sake.
While they are able to revive her, their disobedience sets the guardian’s curse on them. They are cursed as genie’s because they exhibited selfishness, now they have to grant other people’s selfish wishes for eternity. But the twisty bit? Cyrus’s mother is Amara, the same lover/sorceress that Jafar met and turned into his cobra staff.
Cyrus goes back to another magical well in Wonderland, trying to learn how to undo the curse, but the guardian tells him the water he originally took must be returned or the curse cannot be undone. Cyrus is confused, as he believed his mother died long ago, but I’m sure he will find out soon enough where she actually went, and it’ll be hell trying to get her away from Jafar and transfigured back into a person to return the water. Though it’s hard to say whether that means she will have to die at that time. Probably.
Meanwhile, the Red Queen gets captured by the Jabberwocky, and the creature brings her and the genie’s bottle, with the Knave inside it, back to Jafar. Jafar demands the Jabberwocky break the queen, until she uses up her wishes and releases the genie from her service, and though she is able to resist for a while, she does eventually cave and use up her wishes.
I really would like to believe that the Queen had a plan, something to save the Knave using her wishes, but I’m afraid that might have just been (no pun intended) wishful thinking on my part. I think she broke, and now she’ll have to use everything in her mental arsenal to save him, and indeed all of Wonderland, from Jafar and the Jabberwocky.
This show has had such a great return from its extended break, I am starting to worry about how the season will end! There is so much happening, so much evil and cliffhanger potential being built up, the season finale is going to be a humdinger!
You guessed it, more recaps. Catch-ups from last week and more from this week.
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