Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 2 (2014)
Critics Consensus: Brooklyn Nine-Nine's winning cast, appealing characters and wacky gags make it good comfort food.
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Season InfoA sitcom following the lives of a group of detectives in a New York precinct, including one slacker who is forced to shape up when he gets a new boss.
as Jake Peralta
as Ray Holt
as Terry Jeffords
as Amy Santiago
as Charles Boyle
as Rosa Diaz
as Gina Linetti
as Det. Hitchcock
as Det. Scully
as Eric Martin
as Jack Danger
as Doug Judy
as Sophia Perez
as Madeline Wuntch
as Agent Marx
as Agent Mazzarino
as Gregory Phillips
as Kevin Cozner
as Lynn Boyle
as Geoffrey Hoytsman
as Fire Marshall Boone
as Impound Supervisor
as Lt. Andrew Miller
as Duncan Traub
as Agent Piln
as Quebec Policeman
as Darlene Linetti
as Dr. Martins
as Chief Fisker
as Ava Watson
as Carl Kurm
as Tito Ruis
as Judge Marinovich
as Sid Wells
as Lengarry Len Ross
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The interplay between the steely, unsmiling Braugher and goofy try-hard Andy Samberg has brought out great things in both of them.
It's funny, maybe not as funny as it should be, but still chock full of terrific gags and punchlines, most of them property of Lo Truglio and Braugher.
The reason why Brooklyn Nine-Nine clicks back into place so seamlessly is due to how well defined these characters are. We don't need to be reintroduced to anyone.
This episode was like my favorite winter jacket. I may not have worn it for six months, but it fits like a glove, it's comfortable and familiar, and does the job it's designed to do.
It was natural to wonder how they would get Peralta back into the 99th Precinct house again and how long it would take once the second season began. The answer? It took about five minutes.
It just felt so pleasing to have this show back. Hell, I was just glad to have the opening credits sequence back.
A slowly improving, engaging sitcom like Brooklyn Nine-Nine is the sort of thing that can buttress an empire, not establish one.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is frequently deceptively sharp, clever, and layered. Ultimately, it was a delight to see this team brought back together and heading into what looks to be an interesting, weird, and hilarious second season.
Those checking into the second season will be happy to know that Brooklyn Nine-Nine is still a funny show.
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