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Jake helps Charles search for a Christmas present for his son, but the pair end up facing off against a Latvian crime ring in the process. Elsewhere, the team prepare for their annual Christmas carol competition against their rivals, the MTA.
With the crime rate lowered, Brooklyn is permanently shutting down one of its precincts. The team is confident they'll be evaluated fairly until the auditor turns out to be Amy's ex, leading the whole squad to band together to try to save the precinct.
Terry's ex replaces Teddy in evaluating the precinct, but Jake and Rosa are distracted by a burglary case that occurred on the set of their favorite detective show, leading the pair to pass time with the series star and producer, who meddle in the case and (more…)
Jake and Charles go to extremes to apprehend a local bike thief in what could be their last case as partners. Meanwhile, Terry isn't in the lead for Mr. Nine-Nine, leaving Rosa determined to boost his ego; and Amy spends some precious time with Holt.
Terry wants to file an official complaint against a police officer who stopped Sgt. Jeffords while he was off-duty in his own neighborhood, but Capt. Holt has other ideas. Meanwhile, Jake and Amy get a glimpse into the difficulties of parenthood and answer (more…)
The precinct head to the Tri-State Police Officers' annual Cop-Con, which is usually the Nine-Nine's excuse for a big annual party, but the squad's fun is threatened this year when Holt asks them to be on their best behavior.
The Belchers attend open houses for the free food, per Linda's "momnipotent" Mother's Day request. When Linda meets a charming real estate agent and agrees to a private showing, the kids stumble upon an unexpected surprise and the family ends up at the hel (more…)
Jake Peralta, a gifted but lazy detective, has some growing up to do when a straitlaced new commanding officer takes over his precinct in the premiere of this comedy series following an eclectic group of New York detectives.
Jake is assigned to investigate a graffiti case that he feels is beneath him, but things get complicated when he learns that the offender is the deputy commissioner's son. Elsewhere, Gina's psychic friend visits the precinct and evaluates Charles.
Jake has 48 hours to collect evidence for an arrest he made without proof, and he asks the rest of the team to put in weekend overtime to help him. Meanwhile, Gina and Rosa compete in a pie contest, with Charles as the judge; and Holt helps Terry impress h (more…)
Jake has a run of bad luck closing cases. Meanwhile, Amy turns to Rosa and Gina for help after she's asked to lead the Junior Policeman Program for troubled youth; and Boyle helps Sergeant Jeffords with a troublesome case.
A local pizza place burns down and the fire marshal (Patton Oswalt) rashly pins blame on the owner, prompting Jake to pull out all the stops to prove him wrong. Meanwhile, a computer virus at the precinct shares everyone's browser history.
Jake looks forward to a day spent with a former crime reporter (Stacy Keach) whom he admires, but the visit is tarnished when he learns that his comments about the precinct were considered on the record. Elsewhere, Terry and Charles work with Rosa to help (more…)