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Season 4, Episodes 21-22 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine takes a more serious turn to its usual optimism in “The Bank Job” and “Crime and Punishment.” When Jake and Rosa’s investigation of a dirty cop implodes, they find themselves framed for her dirty work and facing the consequences.
Season 4, Episodes 19-20 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine gives us another hour of humor in “Your Honor” and “The Slaughterhouse.” When Holt’s mother visits the precinct, Jake is over the moon at the opportunity to learn more about Holt’s personal life. Then, when Rosa and Jake get recruited to help with an on-going investigation their idol is leading, it seems like a dream come true, but is it actually something else entirely?
Season 4, Episode 17-18 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine pairs a party with a test in “Cop Con” and “Chasing Amy.” With two separate storylines, the show gives us the chance to see the nine-nine outside of the precinct, partying at a convention, and Amy as she takes the next step in her career goals.
Season 4, Episode 16 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine gets serious in “Moo Moo.” When Terry gets profiled in his neighborhood for being a black man, he gets his first real taste of police bureaucracy while Jake and Amy play parent babysitting his daughters.
Season 4, Episode 15 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine shows us what the nine-nine would do if the precinct was about to close in “The Last Ride.” With the possibility of closure seemingly imminent, the team sets about their last day of work with the show’s typical humor.
Season 4, Episode 14 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine puts a cop show in a cop show with actors from a cop show in “Need Serve & Protect.” With a compelling sense of humor, this week’s episode delivers with great comedy.
Season 4, Episode 13 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine is back in full force in “The Audit.” With a great premise that lets every character shine their chaotically comedic best, the episode promises a funny finish to the show’s fourth season.
Season 4, Episodes 11-12 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine reunites with old frenemies in “The Fugitive Pt. 1 & 2.” With a shocking twist at the ending, the show never ceases to keep things exciting and new.
Season 4, Episode 10 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine decks the halls with an investigation to find the perfect Christmas Gift and Caroller in “Captain Latvia.” With a slight division from the usual storylines, the episode falls a bit flat from its usual voice and humor.
Season 4, Episode 9 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine finally escapes the nightshift in “The Overmining.” The season continues on its less-serialized storylines with three separate but equally humorous plotlines.
Season 4, Episode 8 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine outs Terry as a total book nerd in “Skyfire Cycle.” Though veering from its usual voice and joke style, the episode manages to keep the heart of the show’s humor alive.
Season 4, Episode 7 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine brings the family together in “Mr. Santiago.” Okay, so it’s just Amy’s dad, but what’s Thanksgiving without a little family drama and a lot of turkey chaos?
Season 4, Episode 6 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine brings the return of Pimento in “Monster in the Closet.” With a couple of strong running jokes and some focus on less-used characters, the show continues to stay fresh.
Season 4, Episode 5 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine puts on its annual heist in “Halloween IV.” Though the team is up to their usual antics with new tricks up their sleeves, this year’s heist didn’t have quite the blindside the show typically aims for.
Season 4, Episode 4 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine jumps back into its regular format with a small twist in “The Night Shift.” The crossover event with New Girl leaves a little bit to be desired in this week’s jokes and story.
Season 4, Episode 3 – In this solid conclusion episode of the opening season three-episode arc, Jake and Holt reunite with the rest of the nine-nine team in the hopes of finally catching Jimmy “The Butcher” Figgis. The episode doesn’t disappoint in this season’s continued delivery of prime comedic outcomes.
Season 4, Episode 2 – In another hilarious episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Jake and Holt find themselves in a predicament they didn’t quite plan for when they let Jimmy Figgis find them. Now their only hope might be the rest of the nine-nine.
Season 4, Episode 1 – Chaotic man-child Jake Peralta and robotic straight-man Captain Holt find themselves stuck in the worst place imaginable: sweaty Florida. A stray from the usual narrative ensemble cast, this season’s opener does not disappoint in humor or story development.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine wraps up its second season with “Johnny and Dora”, which finally addresses the Jake-Amy romantic tension head on. They team up to catch some bad guy and have to pretend to be engaged and in love*. That requires some making out, despite both of them insisting on it not being weird.
The second-to-last episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s second season went back to its roots with a Jake/Holt main story. Jake sniffs out a murder that could blow up into a huge case and a surprise twist may take Captain Holt away from the 99.
The second season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is in the homestretch with just three episodes left. It’s put the Jake-Amy storyline on the back burner for much of it, even though that propelled the show to great heights last season. Other than an acknowledgement in Road Trip and a few mentions in the beginning of the season, it could be nonexistent.
A long hiatus for fans of BROOKLYN NINE-NINE is over. The show returns with AC/DC”, an episode focused on Jake and his inability to leave work at work. He gets badly beat up during a foot chase over cars. Despite a couple of cracked ribs, broken thumb and toes, he insists on going back to work.
Andy Samberg is hosting the #Emmys this fall. But first, he’s targeted in a sabotage.
Bradley Whitford shows up as Jake’s dad in tonight’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Jake and Amy catch a bad guy and Boyle and Gina are related in a strong “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”
Opposite #SNL40, Brooklyn Nine-Nine failed to showcase its star alum in a mediocre effort.
Jake mends a broken heart on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Eva Longoria signs off “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” refreshing tired breakup tropes.
A year after its big #GoldenGlobes win, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” proves it wasn’t a fluke.
Guess who’s coming on vacation? Capt. Holt parties in this week’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”