Nick stole a coat. Or rather, was delivered a coat in the mail by mistake -- a woman's trench-coat no less -- and he is feeling "hot to trot. Nick is by far my favorite character on this show right now. Schmidt steps out of his bedroom wearing nothing but a sheet wrapped around his waist. He's been trying to get something going with himself, but to no avail. He just doesn't do it for himself anymore. It's time to find a sex mate, and Nick and Winston are game. The latter hasn't had sex since Labor Day and can't even talk to women anymore.
As much as we love wholesome sitcoms and comedies, we sometimes need a little more spice in our television watching. That's where sexy TV shows come in! There is no shortage of steamy dramas on TV these days. They're packed full of blush-inducing scenes that will have you feeling hot and bothered. Let's be real — the best part of being an adult is getting to watch adult shows!
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Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Sign up for The Complex Newsletter for breaking news, events, and unique stories. Already renewed for a second season, Euphoria quickly became the show that left us on the edge of our seats each week. Lucky for us, the show delivered on drama, suspense, and breakout performances from a slew of rising stars Hunter Schafer as Jules and Angus Cloud as Fezco were quickly among the most beloved online. After being dragged through the extreme measures Nate and Maddy took to mend their situation, their entrance as a couple into a party where far more important things happened somehow stole the show. The grossly victorious welcome they received may have been frustrating, but it fell perfectly in line with their unrelenting need to uphold their reputation as a high school power couple. Jules may have been under the influence, but the ever-changing sequence of her hooking up with Anna, Rue, and even Nate seemed too real to be taking place in her head. However, it did make it abundantly clear that Euphoria was not messing around when it came to originality. It may have been bizarre, but it was also enough to make viewers start buzzing about the show.
New Girl is an American television sitcom created by Elizabeth Meriwether for the Fox Broadcasting Company that originally aired between and The show combines comedy and drama elements as the characters, who are in their early thirties, deal with maturing relationships and career choices. Produced in Los Angeles as a single-camera comedy, New Girl is an ensemble show aimed at a general audience. Most episodes are anchored around Jess, who, according to series creator Meriwether, would have played a side character on other shows. The show's first marketing push was on Zooey Deschanel and the promotional tagline "Simply Adorkable". The producers rejected early criticism of Jess's girlishness, insisting that Jess was not meant to be emblematic of all women. Instead, they aimed to portray realistic, emotionally driven characters and to approach the show from that angle rather than simply firing off punchlines. New Girl received favorable responses from critics and was named one of the best new comedies of the fall season.