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Detective Jake Peralta, a talented and carefree cop with the best arrest record, has never had to follow the rules too closely or work very hard. That changes when Ray Holt, a man with a lot to prove, becomes the new commanding officer of Brooklyn's 99th precinct. As Holt reminds Peralta to respect the badge, an extremely competitive colleague -- Detective Amy Santiago -- starts to close in on the hotshot cop's arrest record. Other members of the precinct include Sgt. Terry Jeffords, a devoted family man, Detective Charles Boyle, a hard worker who idolizes Jake, and Rosa Diaz, a sexy-yet-intimidating detective. Civilian office manager Gina Linetti is tasked with cleaning up everyone's mess, while somehow getting involved in everyone's business.

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Capt. Holt enlists an old friend in the FBI for help with a difficult heist; Terry and Gina find out there's an information leak in the Nine-Nine.
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Amy goes under cover at a women's prison to obtain information about a criminal operation; Holt and the team plan a fake funeral in an attempt to catch a hit-man.
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Rosa asks Jake to help change Terry's mind about her new relationship; Adrian Pimento suspects someone from his past is out to get him.
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Terry solicits Jake's help to solve a case from his past and prove the precinct is not a joke; Charles and Adrian move in together; Amy, Holt and Rosa attend a training exercise.
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Holt's dog, Cheddar, goes missing while Amy and Jake are house-sitting during Holt's trip to Paris; Rosa's fling with Adrian Pimento (Jason Mantzoukas) distracts everyone at the precinct.
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Jake isn't sure what to think when an unstable detective (Jason Mantzoukas) returns to the Nine-Nine after being under cover for years; the precinct's custodian takes issue with Charles' rebellious behavior; Holt asks Gina to direct a video.
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The precinct drops everything when they suspect Holt is in danger after efforts to track down Adrian Pimento's hit man take an unexpected turn.
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A streak of bad luck leads Jake to think he's being sabotaged by an enemy; Holt insults Gina's dance troupe; Charles must work a case with Scully and Hitchcock.
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Hitchcock and Scully force their way onto one of Jake's biggest cases to prove themselves; Gina and Amy help Rosa conquer a fear.
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Charles is immediately jealous when Jake is reunited with his former partner (Damon Wayans Jr.), who now works in the neighboring precinct.
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On his birthday, Jake plans to introduce Amy to his mother (Katey Sagal), but he is surprised by the appearance of his father (Bradley Whitford); a new mandate involving body cams causes problems for Charles and Rose during a stakeout with Terry.
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When Jake and Amy go on their first vacation together on a cruise ship, they run into an adversary; Gina and Terry help Capt. Holt when his sister (Niecy Nash) visits unexpectedly.
aired 8 days ago
Charles' ex-wife tries to interfere with his relationship with Genevieve; Amy asks Terry for a recommendation letter; Holt and Rose turn to Gina for help with a case.
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Captain Holt and Jake contract the mumps during an investigation and decide to be quarantined together; Rosa tries to help Boyle mourn; Terry cleans up Hitchcock and Scully's mess.
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Terry must leave his family celebration on Christmas Eve to save Jake, Charles and Gina from a real "Die Hard" situation; Amy tries to prove that she is as tough as Rosa and Holt.
aired 12 days ago
Terry's wife goes into labor sooner than expected; an Internet outage forces Charles and Amy to process all paperwork by hand; Holt has an encounter with an ex-boyfriend.
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Jake and Amy's relationship gets in the way as they work a case involving a new street drug; Charles panics after damaging one of Holt's prized possessions; Terry teaches Rosa about discipline.
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Jake and Charles talk Terry into going camping; Rosa receives relationship advice from Holt; Gina helps Amy prepare for a presentation.
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Holt and Peralta compete for the title of "amazing detective slash genius" in their third annual Halloween heist.
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Jake thinks an art gallery owner named Genevieve (Mary Lynn Rajskub) is Boyle's soul mate and tries to set them up on a date; Rosa tracks an inter-precinct theft; Holt asks Amy for help with an image campaign.
aired 19 days ago
Jake asks Holt for help keeping a case involving a serial killer under the radar; a former adversary makes demands of Amy and Rosa; Terry develops a new obsession.

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