Brooklyn Nine Nine grows on you like a pop song from the charts. They play it enough times and suddenly you find yourself singing along. Well, this show is exactly that. It seemed at first as if all the attention was focused on Peralta, but the writers quickly realised the potential of other characters. Now there is more banter, more jokes and it’s not all about having to deal with the aftermath of Peralta’s ideas. Everyone has their own story and it is actually pretty funny.
The start of the new season brought new tensions and awkwardness to the police station. Boyle and Gina had a one night stand, and both parties are ignoring the fact it ever even happened. Gina is a bit disgusted with herself, and in great Gina form, she puts on a sweatshirt with a mole on it. Bless her, she cracks me up.
The captain is forcing the team to act up fabricated situations, you know, to be prepared in case of ANYTHING! This has Rosa and Amy on the edge of a nervous breakdown, but they soon realise it’s not that bad being prepared even if it feels ridiculous.
To conclude our beloved Peralta talks to Amy, saying that yeah he fancies her. Also, he is still undercover and seeing him with his hair pulled back was priceless. To be fair, it was as if I could smell the cheap cologne pouring out off the TV.
Overall a great start to a new very promising season. Keep the jokes rollin’ and the Gina banter ongoing.