Why: On Vulture's "9 Most Exciting New Shows of the Upcoming Fall Season":
We buy her here as a dorky weirdo, instead of a spunky girl with fascinatingly adorable peccadilloes. New Girl still needs to figure out if it's going to be quirky-good or quirky-annoying, but the whole rag-tag group of twentysomethings forming their own little family is a comedy staple for a reason.
Answer:Look! It's Leo from "Veronica Mars"!
Answer: It's "a small, relatively unimportant offense or sin"!
The word comes from Latin peccatum, "a sin, fault, or error," and Spanish pecado and pecadillo, "a sin."
Source: Google, EtymOnline
The More You Know: Here is the full list; teaser/trailers on each page:
- Smash (NBC) - A musical-drama about the creation of a Broadway show about Marilyn Monroe - Angelica Huston, Debra Messing, Katharine McPhee; EP Steven Spielberg
- Up All Night (NBC) - Will Arnett is a stay-at-home dad of a new baby; Christina Applegate is the working mom; Maya Rudolph is her "feisty" boss.
- Awake (NBC) - After a car crash, a man wakes up in parallel universes - one where his son is dead, the other where his wife is.
- Apt. 23 (ABC) - A bitch and a nice girl are roommates; James Van Der Beek lives down the hall.
- Person of Interest (CBS) - From producer J.J. Abrams and writer Jonah Nolan (The Dark Knight), some sort of crime procedural starring Michael Emerson.
- 2 Broke Girls (CBS) - "A poor waitress and a formerly rich waitress brave the wilds of Williamsburg" - co-written by Michael Patrick King ("Sex and the City," "The Comeback")
- The New Girl (Fox) - Zooey Deschanel deprecates self, wears glasses.
- Alcatraz (Fox) - A "historical fiction/supernatural mystery/government-led conspiracy trifecta" starring Sam Neill, produced by J.J. Abrams.
- Ringer (The CW) - Sarah Michelle Gellar poses as her wealthy twin sister to try and evade the mob, but soon discovers that her sister has a price on her head as well.
- Pan Am (ABC) - Christina Ricci is a “rebellious bohemian (who) turns into a buttoned up professional" flight attendant in the 1960s.