Get ready for tomorrow’s new episode of New Girl episode 2×07 “Menzies” with these previews.

Episode synopsis:

As Jess’ job search kicks into high gear, the guys fear her time of the month is also affecting their physical and psychological well-being. Meanwhile, Schmidt begins a “50 Shades of Grey”-type of relationship with his corporate boss (guest star Carla Gugino), and Nick gains wisdom from an unlikely, hands-on (and mute) source in the “Menzies” episode of NEW GIRL airing Tuesday, Nov. 13 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

The guys approach Jess about paying her side of the bills. Schmidt threatens to turn off the gas until she pays up and Nick yells at her to get a job. This begins a rant from Jess about how difficult it is to write a resume. When Nick calls her a ninny her defense is she’s PMS-ing. Winston is surprised to hear he’s feeling the same way Jess is.

Winston and Schmidt will have a heart to heart (or as much as you can with Schmidt) when Winston becomes worried that Jess’ time of the month is beginning to affect him. Winston has done research and believes he is getting sympathy PMS. Schmidt’s reaction to all of this? He proclaims men can’t get periods, “where would they put the tampon?”

Jess goes on an interview for an actual teaching job, but this time around it would be for adults. Jess claims that she thinks it’s inspiring that the adults want to go back to school. When the interviewer shows Jess a picture of a puppy in a teacup she begins to cry. We’re not sure the school will want to hire a teacher that cries at the sight of small animals.

Nick makes a new friend in the form of a silent stranger at the park. They have a long and deep one sided conversation about Nick’s anger problems.

What are you looking forward to seeing in “Menzies”?

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