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'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 2 Episode 16 Recap: Still Life With Rocks

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" always shines when it's mixing in actual chunks of cop show into its usual workplace-comedy-with-guns approach. And "The Wednesday Incident" has one very large and very meani...   Read More... //www.starpulse.com/news/Adam_Bellotto/2015/02/16/brooklyn-ninenine-recap-still-life-wit?ref_src=news_rss

Brooklyn Nine-Nine Recap: A Trolley Named Charles

  Id hate to be among those responsible for coming up with 22 episodes worth of plot every season, but by any reasonable standard, The Wednesday Incident is an air ball, doing pretty much nothing to move any of B99s recurring plotlines forward and not delivering many laughs with its one-off, hit-the-reset-button premise. Sending the prickly Kevin Cozner on a Holt-centric investigative mission with Jake and Gina should have been a slam dunk, but it fails to generate many sparks.   Indeed, the episodes major highlight is its hangout scenes with Andy Samberg and Chelsea Peretti, whose real-life childhood friendship rings totally true on screen. They have a natural, easy comic chemistry, from Gina suggesting they solve their quandary via Peraltas suicide to Peralta doing his best Holt imitation as they stroll down the street. (Dammit, its morphing into British! Do your catchphrase! Peralta, thats enough!) Jake and Gina are rarely paired for plotlines, but I hope the show considers putting them together a little more often.   Read More... //www.vulture.com/2015/02/brooklyn-nine-nine-recap-season-2-episode-16.html

Review: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' - 'The Wednesday Incident': Chit or get off the pot

HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Wednesday Incident," the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" episode where Jake tries to figure out why Captain Holt is in a bad mood.   Read More... //www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-brooklyn-nine-nine-the-wednesday-incident-chit-or-get-off-the-pot