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The detectives of Brooklyn's 99th Precinct -- hotshot Jake Peralta, overachiever Amy Santiago, tough-as-nails Rosa Diaz, sweetheart Charles Boyle, devoted family man Sgt. Terry Jeffords and clueless best friends Scully and Hitchcock -- make up a loveable and offbeat squad that must get its act together when the office gets a new captain, the no-nonsense, unflappable Raymond Holt. Along with civilian office manager and social butterfly Gina Linetti, the crew does what it does best -- busts the bad guys.

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Jake teams up with Holt's husband to figure out why Holt has been acting moody; Charles tries to get a confession out of an elderly suspect.
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A heartbroken Jake's spirits are lifted when the squad gets invited to a terrorist-training simulation; Gina gives Holt a psychological exam; Amy and Rosa vie for a day off.
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When Sophia's relationship with Jake conflicts with her job, Jake tries to make things right with her boss (Chris Parnell); Wuntch (Kyra Sedgwick) asks Holt for help.
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The squad members demand that Jake repay all the money he has borrowed over the years; Holt and Amy re-open a case.
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Jake ruins a detectives-only getaway to Charles' beach house by inviting Holt; Charles helps Rosa be romantic with her new boyfriend; Gina tries to get Amy drunk.
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Charles and Jake's relationship is impacted during an eight-day stakeout in close quarters; Rosa takes notice of Capt. Holt's nephew (Nick Cannon).
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The Pontiac Bandit is back in custody, where his knowledge of a Giggle Pig dealer earns him a plea deal; Gina and Boyle worry their parents are getting too close; Santiago makes Holt a Christmas present.
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Jake invites his girlfriend and Amy's boyfriend to join them on their work trip; Rosa refuses to admit she's sick; Charles wants to help Holt with his anniversary breakfast.
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Jake is confident he can keep spirits high when the precinct goes into lockdown on Thanksgiving night.
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Jake and Charles join forces with the lead investigator at the U.S. Postal Service to catch a drug dealer; the team helps Amy quit smoking.
aired 13 days ago
Jake discovers the woman he hit it off with at the bar is the lawyer representing a perp he's trying to put in jail; Gina and Charles try to leave their relationship in the past.
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Holt and Jake need to root out a mole in the precinct before Deputy Chief Wuntch hears about it; Terry and Rosa go to a silent disco while searching for new leads for their drug task force.
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Jake challenges Capt. Holt that he can steal his watch; Gina is upset about getting kicked off her dance team; Terry confronts Gina about her attitude.
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Jake launches a series of competitions to keep the precinct busy while they wait for the Serbian president's motorcade to arrive; Terry and Holt take on a new drug task force.
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Holt's longtime nemesis comes to inspect the precinct; Jake and Terry test the boundaries of their friendship.
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After his undercover FBI operation ends successfully, Jake learns one mobster got away and asks Charles for help; Holt's practice drills test the squad's patience.
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When Jake's investigation into a philanthropic leader is shut down, he turns to Amy and reluctant Capt. Holt for help; premarital problems leave Charles devastated.
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During a weekend off, Jake decides to tackle a cold case that everyone thinks is unsolvable; Amy plans a trip with Teddy (Kyle Bornheimer); Rosa and Gina share a secret with Charles.
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As Charles' best man, Jake must be involved with important wedding decisions including cake tasting and floral arrangements; Gina, Terry and Amy start an extreme diet; Rosa has to make a sincere apology.
aired 20 days ago
All the regional precincts compete in a mandatory training course; Amy runs into an officer she used to date; Rosa is mad when Charles doesn't invite her to his wedding.
aired 27 days ago
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.

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