Jake Johnson, who plays Nick in the FOX comedy "New Girl", will celebrate his 37th birthday on Thursday, 28 May. Apart from his four-year long stint in "New Girl", Johnson is also known for being a part of Indie and low-budget movies like "Paper Heart", "Safety Not Guaranteed", "Drinking Buddies" and so on.
As Nick, Johnson gets to say some of the most funny dialogues ever written for a lead character. Here are some of them:
Jess and Julia (Season 1 Episode 1)
Schmidt: Well, let me ask you this: have you been wearing my underpants?
Nick: Sometimes, yeah. Who cares? [Schmidt makes a gagging face]
Nick: [to Schmidt and Winston] You guys don't wear each other's underpants? You're lying. We all wear each other's underwear.
Bells (Season 1 Episode 7)
Nick: Do you know sucks about getting older? Your friends have known you way too long, they got too much on you. I want to have friends to still lie to me because they don't want to hurt my feelings. I sadly kind of mean that.
Tomatoes (Season 1 Episode 22)
Nick: So I've decided to give up on women, and put all that energy into tomatoes! You know what? It was on us for thinking this wasn't gonna be stupid.
Models (Season 2 Episode 5)
Nick: (When asked to eat cake using a fork) I've got two perfectly good forks at the end of my arms!
Double Date (Season 3 Episode 3)
Nick: I'm not convinced I know how to read, I've just memorised a lot of words.
Background Check (Season 4 Episode 6)
Nick: When I was 9 years old I fed cereal flakes to a frog and it died. Then there was a period of time where I fed cereal flakes to all little animals. Squirrels can live through it. Chipmunks can live through it. Anything that lives half in and out of water dies, and I don't understand why... When I was 10 I once walked by my mother sleeping, and I snuck into her room and I put a lemon in her mouth... When I was 11 i once tried on my girl cousin's woollen tights, AND I DIDN'T HATE THE WAY IT FELT!
Shark (Season 4 Episode 12)
Nick: I once saw a priest drop his keys and bend over and pick them up and it was just so human it ruined religion for me.