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TV Review: Brooklyn Nine Nine: Sal's Pizza

Brooklyn Nine Nine

S1, E9: ‘Sal’s Pizza’

‘It’s the only one that mentions mouth-feel’

Grade: B+

This episode’s theme is unlikely partnerships. And given the rich chemistry this cast shares, that means it’s… 711 more words

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TV Review: Brooklyn Nine Nine: 'Old School'

Brooklyn Nine Nine

S1, E8: ‘Old School’

Oh, Pineapples. What did you do?

Grade: B

I’ve been on a steady televisual diet of chest-beating melodrama and… 582 more words

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Season 3)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 3 aimed for greater depth – and came off feeling a little more superficial instead.

“Think of something super cool to say when we arrest him.

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine - 8/10

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Currently on its well deserved fourth season, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a single-camera comedy set in Brooklyn’s fictional ninety-ninth precinct, and follows a squad of detectives led by the newly appointed Captain Raymond Holt ( 198 more words


Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Season 1 (2013)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, season 1 (Fox, 2013).

Score: hilarious.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine follows everyday life in the 99th Precinct of Brooklyn. Main characters are Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg), a childish but brilliant detective; Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero), a perfectionist, insecure and sweet; Charles Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio), an adorkable foodie; black-leather clad tough-as-nails Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz); Terry Jeffords (Terry Crews), a scary-looking mama hen for his subordinates; and petty and narcissistic civil servant Gina Linetti (Chelsea Peretti). 253 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Episodes 4.10/4.11, "The Fugitive Part 1/Part 2"

How weird. I’m slowly becoming disenchanted with Brooklyn Nine-Nine, one of my go-to favorites for unwinding during the week. Not that the New Year two-parter is bad (though I am disturbed at how often I find myself repeating this sentiment), but as with the  72 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine Nine: '48 Hours'

Brooklyn Nine Nine

S1, E7: ‘48 Hours’

Tee-hee, abuses of police power!

Grade: B-

I’ve snarked at the show’s moralising before, but you know what? I take it all back. 485 more words

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