Cast: Tina Fey & Adam Scott
(requested by an anon)
The New Year
In 2011, Colin and Rachel were both spies. With stupid faces.
Now it’s 2012. Colin and Rachel are…still both spies (with dumber faces). But they hate their jobs, and together, they’re going to get out of this business for good.
This New Year is going to rock. your. shit.
That is awesome! Not the fact that you’re sad, but that you enjoy what we make. Thank you.
“Rock The Vote”
Michael Harrison (Aziz Ansari) is known for being the craziest campaign manager ever—because apparently blasting Kanye West and dressing in velvet suits all the time is “”“crazy”“”. It also might have to do with the fact that he doesn’t have any wins under his belt, and he wears really fancy belts. One night at the local bar, Michael meets Nathan Scott (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), a quiet guy with a dream to be Mayor of Hartford, CT and they end up bonding over their political woes. Several shots and one horrible rendition of “Piano Man” later, Michael is able to convince Nathan to announce his candidacy for Mayor in front of the entire crowd. Nathan thought that it was all in good fun…until 8am that following morning when Michael was at his apartment with spreadsheets and speech outlines and slogans and a Kanye West playlist.
Nathan and Michael form an unlikely—yet surprisingly kick-ass—team as they run against current Mayor Margaret Howard (Christina Applegate) in what is leading up to be Hartford’s most exciting mayoral election yet.
B.J. Novak also stars.
Cast: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
(requested by timekeeperr)
The Chicago Tribune—formely self-styled as the “World’s Greatest Newspaper”—is one of the most read daily newspapers of the Chicago metropolitan area, and it’s been that way for a reason: Nightsides. This is when the last minute editing happens. This is when the tough decisions get made. This is where your career as a journalist can take off, or fall flat.
George Kern (John Slattery), the Executive Editor of The Chicago Tribune, has built his dailies around these nightsides, and Thomas Cohen (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) sought out The Chicago Tribune because of them. Thomas is the new guy. He’s got a good heart, is a firm believer in the oxford comma, and strives for specificity when collecting information for future articles. Oh, and this is also his first real job. So when Thomas’ article is a flop during his first “nightside”, he’s a little less than thrilled. Luckily for Tom, he meets Megan Williams (Lizzy Caplan), and Jason Taylor (Ken Marino)—two experienced (and more importantly less competitive) journalists working for The Tribune, and together they help show Thomas the ropes and help him prove to George why he’ll be a great asset to his paper and why he was hired in the first place.
Guest appearances by Connie Britton, and Gabriel Macht.
Synopsis: There’s always one relationship that just… doesn’t make sense. The relationship where—even if it’s not right away—you have to take that step back and ask yourself: “Him???”.
Tina Fey, Alison Brie, Mindy Kaling, star in this comedy about three women who find themselves attracted to him (Bradley Cooper): a womanizing, arrogant, really really really ridiculously good looking asshole, who has managed to start dating all of these women…at the same time.
Once his older sister (Kristen Wiig) finally gets fed up with his douchebag shenanigans, she makes it her mission to meet up with all of the women he’s dating—make them see the light!, basically-and ask them all that one question they should have asked themselves from the very beginning: “Him????”.
Synopsis: Nelson High School is the last place any student teacher wants to be assigned to. The students are obnoxious. The Principal (Jessica Walter) never leaves her office without her bedazzled megaphone and is usually, for lack of a better word, drunk. The teachers who show up don’t take the job seriously, and there is barely enough money to pay for basic supplies, and, most importantly, their salaries. When Ben (Ryan Gosling), Charlie (Aaron Paul), and Connie (Mindy Kaling) are told that they have to spend their first semester student teaching at Nelson, “excited” isn’t exactly the first emotion they end up feeling.
Things quickly go from bad to entertainingly awful once these three friends are paired up with their respective teachers: Connie is paired with Ms. York (Leslie Mann), an erratic, impulsive woman who teaches AP History. Charlie gets to work with Mr. Evans (Eric Stonestreet), the Varsity Football Coach who got stuck teaching Calculus—the only subject he never understood in high school. Ben is stuck with Ms. Norton (Jane Lynch), the English teacher who is more obsessed with her kindle than keeping up her grade book…and everything else.
Will Ben, Charlie and Connie survive their first semester student teaching at Nelson High? Or will the craziness that is, well, the entire school basically, drive them all to pursuing another profession?
Tune in on Wednesday, January 4 for the season premiere on ABC to find out!
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