Jess would be leaning hard into remote teaching, driving herself (and subsequently, her roommates) to the brink of insanity. There would be songs, antics, and of course, questioning her overall purpose as an educator.
Winston would adopt a variety of quirky habits, including, but not limited to: puzzles exclusively for children 3 and up, cross-stitching, and starting a book club with his cat, Ferguson.
Schmidt would positively lose his mind over sanitizing everything. He would don a full hazmat suit anytime he had to leave the apartment and also implement a rigorous cleaning schedule, much to the others’ chagrin.
Nick would barely even know there’s a pandemic going on because he is deep in a “writing hole”, aka unknowingly plagiarizing the entire Harry Potter franchise. He would question the legitimacy of the virus not because he doesn’t believe in science, but because the whole thing “sounds an awful lot like a PR stunt for the next Marvel movie”.
Coach would try (and fail) to get everyone into “quarantine shape”, but eventually give up and succumb to his shared love of dumplings with Nick. He gains 30 pounds.
Cece would flee LA to live in Barbados full-time, never to be heard from again, and would FaceTime into important conversations (and games of True American, of course), thanks to Schmidt.