Cece introduces her new boyfriend, Robby (Nelson Franklin) to Schmidt.
Jess meets Sam (David Walton), a handsome stranger who thinks she is his blind date; A regular (Raymond J.
Brooklyn Decker also guest starred in Song's introductory episode, appearing as Holly. Odette Annable guest starred as Nick's new boss and love interest, Shane, in the episode "Quick Hardening Caulk"; It was previously reported that Annable's role would be recurring, however, she only appeared in one episode. Schmidt throws a party at Nick's bar, in celebration of his penis cast being removed.
A new side of Winston is revealed after he drinks some of Nick's fruity concoctions.
The guys convince Nick that Jess is only using him as a fluffer, that is, he does all the boyfriend-like things for Jess but does not get any of the relationship benefits.
Winston helps Schmidt get into a night club by having Schmidt pretend to be one of Mitt Romney's sons, and the scheme attracts a number of sorority girls.
Congrats,' one fan offered, punctuating the sentiment with a love heart emoji.
Others seemed equally gobsmacked with the likes of: 'whoa that was quick,' and 'Jesus!
Niecy Nash, David Walton and Eric Winter all signed on as guest stars for the second season.
Developed by Elizabeth Meriwether under the working title Chicks & Dicks, the series revolves around offbeat teacher Jess (Zooey Deschanel) after her moving into an LA loft with three men, Nick (Jake Johnson), Schmidt (Max Greenfield), and Winston (Lamorne Morris); Jess's best friend Cece (Hannah Simone) also appears regularly.
The show combines comedy and drama elements as the characters, who are in their early thirties, deal with maturing relationships and career choices.
As Winston and Shelby have not had sex for many weeks, Winston becomes concerned about whether he is cheating when he gets random sexual fantasies.
Jess is able to impress their new millennial-generation neighbors by doing some impressions of Steve Urkel and other television characters, while Schmidt gives them the opposite impression, being written off as old.