This week “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” was all about romance, fancy cheese and Rosa’s failing immune system. With Jake and Amy taking an impromptu couples weekend with their respective partners during a case, Boyle trying to teach Holt about the art behind food, and Terry and Gina attempting to deal with Rosa’s cold, the precinct was a complete mess as usual.
This week’s episode of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” was all about the post office. Well, the United States Postal Service (USPS, or as they called it “Uspis”) to be more specific. As the gigglepig task force was put under more pressure to make big arrests, the detectives teamed up with USPS after uncovering a new lead connected to the postal service. Meanwhile, Amy struggled to quit smoking even with help from Terry, Holt and Gina, who all shared the stories of their own unique addictions.
It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving at the 99th precinct if something didn’t go disastrously wrong, and this year that disaster takes place under Jake’s command. When Terry and Holt go on a charity break, they leave Jake in charge of the precinct over the holiday and chaos predictably ensues.
This week’s episode of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” featured a lot of healthy competition, with Jake meeting his match in a defense attorney, Amy and Scully battling it out for the union representative title, and Gina and Boyle fighting for a luxury hotel room. In the midst of all of this, Captain Holt adamantly tried (and failed) to stay out of the conflict while Terry acted as a sort of romantic therapist for Jake.
On this week’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” everyone’s secrets are revealed when Internal Affairs shows up at the precinct to investigate a mole. Apparently, someone has been leaking classified information to criminals and Jake is the prime suspect.