Jake is fired from the NYPD.
Jake tries to solve an unsolvable case.
Jake is the best, best man.
The Nine-Nine participates in tactical village day.
Jake is evicted from his apartment.
Charles goes "Full Boyle."
Captain Holt invites the precinct to his house for a party.
Jake and Amy take down a hotel thief.
Sgt. Jeffords is back on the street.
Amy and Jake settle their bet.
Jake goes after the "Pontiac Bandit."
Holt receives death threats for Christmas.
Amy hosts Thanksgiving for the precinct.
Sal's Pizza burns down.
Jake's dream becomes a nightmare.
Jake has 48 hours to crack his case.
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The cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine describes the hilarity that ensues when the precinct is invited to captain Holt’s birthday party.
Holt warns Gina to stop playing a "Cwazy Cupcake" game on her phone.
Gina bases her qualifications to be president on her skill set, dance ability, and blood lust.
Jake tries to impress Holt's husband by mentioning an article from "The New Yorker."
Gina can't believe she was just briefly attracted to Boyle.
Jake rattles off a few irresistible phrases like "champagne," "mountain range," and "hugs."
Rosa's in hot water after humiliating another officer.
The Ebony Falcon needs to read "Go Dog, Go" before he can talk strategy.
It may hurt Jake every time, but he still loves to chest bump with Terry.
Jake and Amy's ongoing bet about who can make more arrests finally comes to a close!
The on-going hot and cold romance of Charles and Rosa (actually, more cold than hot) continues in the latest edition of this spicy telenovela.
Terry lays down a few ground rules for the officers before they head to Holt's house to celebrate his birthday.
Rosa and Amy have trouble taking a costumed citizen crime-fighter seriously.
Charles picked a frosting for his cake because his marriage is going to SIZZLE!
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