Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Canceled by FOX! Stars, Celebrities React
Boyle and Jake were told to just say no... no to each other on Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2 Episode 11.
The latest installment of this Fox sitcom featured these best buddies choosing to an an entire eight-day stakeout by themselves, as they plopped down inside a nasty hotel room in order to spy on criminal activity across the street.
Viewers were treated to one rare sight and one returning sight on Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2 Episode 10.
First, the former: Rosa smiled!!!
All men should have the problems of Jake Peralta.
On Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2 Episode 9, our favorite New York City detective (no offense, Kate Beckett) turned a prisoner escort upstate into a romantic getaway with his girlfriend, Sophia, played by the breathtaking Eva Longoria.
Things went totally postal for Jake Peralta and company on Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2 Episode 8.
Kind of. Sort of. Maybe.
Let's start with this:
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2 Episode 6 featured the best cold open of any show to date this season.
Nick Cannon may or may not be getting a divorce from Mariah Carey.
But the actor is definitely headed to Brooklyn Nine-Nine!
Brooklyn Nine-Nine made like The Office on Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2 Episode 3.
Remember when that beloved NBC sitcom brought up The Office Olympics? Well, Brooklyn Nine-Nine offered up The Jimmy Jab Games last night, an employee versus employee showdown named after the King of Iraq President of Iran Armand Jimmy Jab Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
On Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 2 Episode 1, viewers were asked to adjust to a new timeslot and a new dynamic between Captain Holt and Jake Peralta.
Does the former really respect and admire the latter? Kind of. Sort of. He did conclude his toast toward the end of the premiere with a heartfelt sentiment aimed at his underling.
Like New Girl and The Mindy Project on Fox's Tuesday night comedy lineup, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 1 Episode 10 rocked Thanksgiving this week.
As you might have expected, the holiday feast held at Santiago's home featured the precinct's finest trying to make their finest impression on Captain Holt.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine premiered tonight on Fox, introducing Andy Samberg to the television universe as a goofy/cocky detective and Andre Braugher as his stern, non-nonsense new captain.
Did the comedy come out shooting blanks? Or were its jokes on target?