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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Jake Johnson
The recent, gasp-worthy lip lock between "New Girl" stars Zooey Deschanel and Jake Johnson was the juicy plot twist that both fans and the show's cast have been waiting for.
"Drinking Buddies" is a comedy about blurring the line between work friendship and budding romance. And when you work in a brewery _ and partake of your product as often as you can _ that line gets even blurrier.
Max Greenfield, who's been nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his role as Schmidt on the Fox comedy "New Girl," says he isn't worried about being typecast.
Jake Johnson says the strangest thing about fame so far isn't seeing himself on TV in Fox's "New Girl," or getting recognized in the street. It's the number of men his own age who will ask for a photo with him alone.
"`Cheers' is my show," he said. "I'm copping it as much as I can, and I watch it on a regular basis just to see what they did."
"Personally, I've wanted it to happen," explained Johnson on Monday night at the PaleyFest red carpet in Los Angeles. "I think the idea of what's going to happen between them is just kind of fun right now. There's a lot of mileage there that we're starting to explore."