Andre Braugher is Captain Holt on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Andre Braugher is, also, the man.
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.
Halloween hits the 99th precinct.
Officer Terry talks to detective Amy about her court room behavior.
Holt warns Gina to stop playing a "Cwazy Cupcake" game on her phone.
A local pizza place burns down and the fire marshal (Patton Oswalt) rashly pins blame on the owner, prompting Jake to pull out all the stops to prove him wrong. Meanwhile, a computer virus at the precinct shares everyone's browser history.
Jake and the Fire Marshal duke it out over who burned down Sal's pizza shop.
In the latest installment of "The Heart Of Brooklyn," Charles may have a taken a bullet for Rosa, but he’s still aiming Cupid’s arrow at her heart.
Jake rattles off a few irresistible phrases like "champagne," "mountain range," and "hugs."
Amy runs into Teddy (guest star Kyle Bornheimer), a fellow officer she used to date.
The captain is a real sucker for statistical analysis. All-New SUN after the Super Bowl on FOX!
Amy hosts Thanksgiving dinner for the entire precinct. But when Holt and Jake leave early to apprehend a criminal, it's up to Boyle to save the holiday from disaster.
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.
Andy Samberg and Joe Theismann talk about working together on the Brooklyn Nine-Nine episode that airs after the Super Bowl. The NFL great also gives us the inside scoop on Andy’s potential as an NFL player.
Rosa's attempt at a handwritten apology forced Holt to burn the entire pad.
Jake was hoping that as best man he'd be in charge of whiskey and cigars, but this is Charles after all.
Jake tries to impress Holt's husband by mentioning an article from "The New Yorker."
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