Not-A-Mer-Gentleman

Anonymous asked: What would have to happen on the show for you to get your faith back and to trust the writers again?

tuxedos-are-not-suits:

Wow.  This is an AMAZING question, and I’ve been staring at it for awhile, trying to think of the best way to answer.  I’m going to just list some things (in no particular order):

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I’d like to imagine that this anon is actually one of the writers, desperate to make amends and get back on track. Willing to put in the work necessary to gain back the trust of us devoted fans… But alas I don’t have enough faith in them to even care at this point.

I can’t help but think that if the New Girl writers took a little time to READ the fan reactions these past few weeks they might stop recycling old plots (Cece & Schmidt again? Seriously?) and screwing with our favorite couple and WRITE something that actually made us happy.

I can’t help but think that if the New Girl writers took a little time to READ the fan reactions these past few weeks they might stop recycling old plots (Cece & Schmidt again? Seriously?) and screwing with our favorite couple and WRITE something that actually made us happy.

theyknowthatyouknow:

Winston is like Nick and Jess’s child. He gets crazy when they neglect him, like a kid looking for attention. They hide cancel their date for him and then hide their breakup for him, just so his happy day isn’t ruined. And then he tries to get them back together like a kid who’s parents are divorcing

Preach!

pipetalkisboring:

rae2021:

not-a-mer-gentleman:

The fact that some of the writers and actors on New Girl are big fans of Cheers makes me nervous because there’s an element of Sam & Diane to Nick & Jess.
Sam was a bartender who was a little rough around the edges and Diane was a preppy/girly woman who put education on a pedestal. They were a much shipped couple on their show and were constantly on and off because of the differences between them kept pulling them apart and they never really went away. Right to the very end the fans were expecting them to end up together & get married then BAM, they broke up again and the series ended. Now obviously New Girl is its own show and chances are the creators won’t toy with their fans for years before ultimately crushing their hopes once and for all… But every time I think of Nick and Jess these past few weeks I can’t help but think they’re modeling them around Sam and Diane.
I’m just really hoping I’m wrong.

Yikes I hope not

Well…I’m probably going to have nightmares tonight. 

Sorry for the nightmares roomfriends :(

The fact that some of the writers and actors on New Girl are big fans of Cheers makes me nervous because there’s an element of Sam & Diane to Nick & Jess.
Sam was a bartender who was a little rough around the edges and Diane was a preppy/girly woman who put education on a pedestal. They were a much shipped couple on their show and were constantly on and off because of the differences between them kept pulling them apart and they never really went away. Right to the very end the fans were expecting them to end up together & get married then BAM, they broke up again and the series ended. Now obviously New Girl is its own show and chances are the creators won’t toy with their fans for years before ultimately crushing their hopes once and for all… But every time I think of Nick and Jess these past few weeks I can’t help but think they’re modeling them around Sam and Diane.
I’m just really hoping I’m wrong.

winnie-the-bish:

not-a-mer-gentleman:

He was joking… or was he???  

Just get that sperm cookin’ already

(via apartment4d-hallway)

panic—moonwalk:

This doesn’t make me enraged at all. Only recently I made a post about how I was pining for a season one style dynamic. There’s no way I’m jumping ship.

What the shit is this? I don’t like anything about this and I’m not sure I can stand by a show that’s so dismissive of their fans. What was the point of building up the Nick & Jess relationship, making it the core of the show & getting everyone so excited about them just to bail on them out of the blue? If they can’t be bothered to care about how devoted watchers feel, I’m not sure I can be bothered to stick with their show.

(Source: allaboutnewgirl)