'Brooklyn Nine-Nine': 'The Bet' will rock you like a hurricane

Oh, hey, did you know that "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" won not one, but two Golden Globes Sunday night? Yep. In what was perhaps the biggest surprise of the event, a gobsmacked Andy Samberg won for best actor in a comedy series and the show as a whole won for best comedy series. Only twelve episodes of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" have aired, and boom. Golden Globes. What did you think of the show getting the honor so quickly, over powerhouses like Jim Parsons, Jason Bateman, and "Parks and Recreation" and "Modern Family?"We're happy for them, and we're sure it's going to bring in new fans. Anyway, on to tonight's episode, "The Bet."Peralta (Samberg) and Santiago's (Melissa Fumero) year-long felony arrest bet has come up. Peralta had put up his car; Santiago, a fully Peralta-orchestrated date in said car. At the last minute, Peralta books a prostitution ring and wins by 10, and Santiago is forced to go out...



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