You dated me, I rest my case. S4E21 — Panty Gate

Let’s zoom out to all room mates, for once, shall we?

Winston

It was mentioned that Winston started to like birds. Get ready for all the beautiful bird shirts in the next season.

Coach

Finding love and exiting the show once again. What a lovely ending for a lovely character.

Schmidt

Breaking up and an inch closer to finding back to Cece. Let’s go! (and, on the side, vote Muscato!)

Jess

Well.

Nick

Well, dishing out wisdom left and right. Just watch the videos.

You treat an outside wound with rubbing alcohol, you treat an inside wound with drinking alcohol.

All in all, it’s a wonderful episode that sparkles with optimism and good feelings. This could have been the last episode of the season, but it’s not — because we haven’t talked about Cece yet. Anyway, from the last clip of this episode I get flashbacks from the ending of Season 1 ❤

Unrelated note on my side

My father just gave me my first drilling machine. Goosebumps all over the place, I am touched. I have no idea what I am going to do with that thing, but I have it now ❤

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