There are days when it feels like nothing has changed with the group that populates the TV series's loft, especially when they unleash the crazy. But there are moments when you realize that six seasons did produce significant changes.
Jess (Zooey Deschanel) tries to rid herself of her feelings for Nick (Jake Johnson), who she encouraged to have a relationship with Reagan (Megan Fox), by keeping busy. This might include starting a new relationship with Cece's ex Robby (Nelson Franklin). Meanwhile, Cece (Hannah Simone)and Schmidt (Max Greenfield) decide to find a home they can call their own, which causes the tenants of the loft to express concern about how the move would affect their friendship. Winston (Lamorne Morris) is happy in his relationship with Aly (Nasim Pendrad), and is thinking of taking it to the next step. And Nick embarks on his new journey as a writer, finally working on his first book "The Pepperwood Chronicles".
Sure, I could have detailed all the shenanigans the loft members went through this season, the guest stars that stirred the pot the right way for the group, or pointed out the many reasons why Winston is still my hands-down favorite character in the loft, but it seemed better to discuss the strengths of the season in broad strokes. Then again, I don't think I could have described everything in detail, given that a lot happens this season (including a weird breakup involving a discovery that those in said relationship might be related). All I can leave you with is that season six has been awesome and if you're still not a viewer of New Girl, then you could bring a bit of laughter in your life by watching it... from the beginning.
Because we're saying goodbye soon. As in last-season-eight-episode-run goodbye soon. :(
P.S. In the meantime, is there anybody actually working on The Pepperwood Chronicles? Based on the random readings and discussions about it in the series, I feel like it's something I would want to read.