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TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 3.08, "Ava"

“Watching the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine come together either in the pursuit of shenanigans or the performance of their jobs is standard routine for the series. 104 more words


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TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 3.06, "Into the Woods"

“Like many sitcoms, Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s chief traits are the relationships between its characters. Whether it’s Boyle’s unfaltering loyalty to Jake, Jake’s odd couple professional bond with Holt, Holt’s mentor-mentee rapport with Amy, or Amy’s socially imbalanced encounters with everybody in the office, Brooklyn Nine-Nine best thrives when the writing creates a space where these characters can evolve through interactions both expected and unexpected: We can generally anticipate, for example, that from one episode to the next Boyle will offer DIY culinary and hygienic tips that fall so far off the beaten path they rouse disgust in his peers, but nobody would have ever predicted that Rosa would end an episode by breaking down in Holt’s office.” (Via Paste Magazine.)


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 3.05, "Halloween III"

“The worst thing about “Halloween III” is that it’s predictable. The best thing is that the predictability doesn’t matter. In this, Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s third annual All Hallow’s Eve showdown between Jake and Holt, the episode’s madcap essence is what matters most, though there’s plenty worth cheering about as regards the substance of the story, too. 69 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 3.04, "The Oolong Slayer"

“If you’ve felt that Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s third season has underused Amy Santiago and Rosa Diaz, now we know why: They’re too busy passing their juicier cases on to Major Crimes and putting together The Vulture’s social events for him. 87 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 3.03, "Boyle's Hunch"

“What do you want out of your sitcom? Twenty two-ish minutes of escalating hilarity that, in the end, ties everything up as neatly as a bow knotted by Martha Stewart’s own fastidious hands? 109 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 3.03, "The Funeral"

“Boyle is back, baby! Okay, maybe the resuscitation of Charles Boyle’s latent dating life is, in the grand scheme of things, Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s least important third season development thus far, but after last week’s “New Captain,” there hung in the air a question as to what the show intended for him in a post-Jamy world. 76 more words