New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine are two of the most popular television shows in the United States. Plot flaw: Between 2011 and 2018, it was broadcast on Fox Broadcasting Company. Because of its sense of comedy, New Girl was well-received by both the public and reviewers from the start.
Jessica Day is a young teacher in her 30s who moves in with her lover but promptly departs when she discovers that he is cheating on her. She chose to share a loft in Los Angeles with three men her age (Nick, Schmidt, and Coach). Winston took over for Coach when he left the flat to be with his fiancée after the pilot episode.
Damon Wayans Jr. (Coach) returned to the programme in Season 3 and left at the conclusion of Season 4, however he returned as a guest star in Seasons 5–7. The coach was never forgotten by the programme, but his presence caused a storyline hole when it came time for the crossover with Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine
The crossover happened on both programmes, first on Brooklyn Nine-Nine and then on New Girl’s ‘Home Coming’ episode. In this episode, Jess and her companions fly to New York, where she meets Jake Peralta and assists him with a case. The coach appeared at the conclusion of the episode, which wouldn’t have been an issue if Damon Wayans Jr. didn’t have a part in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
In an episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Wayans Jr. played Stevie Schillens, but things didn’t go well for him. Jake’s companion is Stevie. In the forces, they worked together, but Charles learns that Stevie was the one who planted evidence.
When Stevie was detained by the authorities, his role on the programme came to an end, and his admirers saw him for the final time. Coach appeared at the end of the crossover episode, indicating that New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine are now part of the same reality.
The incident was not brought up by anyone at first, but it was brought up by the supporters once they became aware of it. Of course, New Girl isn’t the only programme with narrative holes, but it doesn’t always hinder a character’s journey.