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Detective Jake Peralta
Captain Ray Holt
Detective Norm Scully
Detective Michael Hitchcock
Detective Rosa Diaz
Sergeant Terry Jeffords
Detective Amy Santiago
Detective Charles Boyle
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The kinds of comedies people attach to at this level are often a lot more offbeat and niche-y than this... "Brooklyn" is not like that; it's a very silly, very big-hearted ensemble workplace show. It's just very good at it.
And after five years, the show has figured out just how to make sure all of those elements work together - just like the oddball cops of the 99th precinct, who started off as co-workers and now feel like a family.
Braugher plays Raymond Holt like his face should be carved into Mount Rushmore... He is magnificent.
Samberg's goofy energy has always been a perfect foil for Braugher's grounded gravitas, but they find themselves a worthy scene partner in [Sterling K.] Brown, who barely blinks when thrown into their chaotic midst.
But Brooklyn Nine-Nine knows that it has to milk at least some situational material out of sending two of its own to prison, which is what we get here.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine goes out of its way to speak directly to its audience and say, 'we see you.'
Would have been a satisfying enough ending to the series, [but] the season 5 finale does a better job of demonstrating why the show deserved to be saved from cancelation.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which in its fifth season not only delivered a remarkably consistent set of episodes, but several of its most inventive, entertaining, and yes, important installments so far.
Relief comes from knowing that it isn't over. Now fans will simply have to tune in on NBC to see what comes next with this merry band of NYPD cops.
It never gets old! I love seeing the different members of the precinct show up for each other and revel in each other's joys.
The cop comedy has remained consistently excellent with nary a weak link in its cast.
Audience Reviews for Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 5
May 13, 2020Brooklyn Nine-Nine's fifth season is a funny, effective, cop-comedy that may not be as strong as previous seasons but is still entertaining enough to contend with others on the tube. Great character development, more expansive stories and laugh-out-loud bonanza makes for a thorough and satisfying tale of this wild precinct. 4.2/5Eugene B Super Reviewer
Apr 08, 2021Becoming less and less funny and more and more woke, B99 just officially stopped being a sitcom. Almost as unfunny as Amy Schumer
Feb 17, 2021I really don't know what else to say about this show, it keeps delivering season after season. This particularly ends in the most heartfelt way possible, and I can't praise this show more. For me, it has to go down as one of the great comedy shows ever! It really is that good. I haven't rated the previous couple seasons as perfect, but this season without doubt is. The quote underneath, which was said in the finale, sums this shows greatness up. Quote - 'Life is unpredictable, not everything is in our control. But with the right people, we can handle anything' - Amy + Captain Holt Rating - 5/5
Dec 01, 2020Certified fresh season!!! Dan Goor and Mike Schur manage to deliver a fifth funny season after season 4. While some people may think this is worse than season 4, I disagree because the episode Game Night was respectful to the LGBTQ+ community, plus the Peraltiago chemistry continues to gel so well in "Two Turkeys" and "Jake and Amy". Too bad the new NBC seasons of Brooklyn 99 lack Thanksgiving episodes :(. Other than that, Season 5 has the best Halloween heist, best ensemble chemistry, and the most belly laugh episodes!! Plus, "DFW" (best cold open) and "Two Turkeys" (props to Kevin and the positive chemistry between Jake and Amy) are such underrated episodes.
Oct 20, 2020The last season with fox is definitely the most special season. Season 5 brings the emotional line of the characters and the elements of police and bandits crime that can be played in the scope of comedy to the extreme. All the stories are like the development of a perfect ending, which is also the witness of the role and the story itself accompanying the audience for many years. However, NBC's magic hand has made season 5 being the last reunion before the fox era is also a reminder to the audience that even nine nine nine may break up.
Sep 11, 2020An amazing plot, rich character evolution, and still hilarious. The series should have ended here, but it didn't. Must watch.
Aug 30, 2020This show jumps the shark at the start of season 4 and afterwards only has a glimmer of its former self here and there.
Aug 11, 2020Definitely felt like it was lacking something, unlike the other seasons. But it was still a good season
Jun 01, 2020Facing an impending cancellation from Fox, Brooklyn Nine-Nine's writers structured the fifth season to be a possible series finale (fortunately NBC picked it up!). That said, Brooklyn Nine-Nine proved as delightful and sharp a watch as ever! More story arc heavy than previous years (including the satisfying conclusion to last year's big cliffhanger), the writers rally had fun tying up loose ends, and the character development was resultantly stronger! High marks this season include Rosa coming out as bi-sexual, Raymond Holt's run for commissioner, and of course Jake and Amy's wedding! Possibly a best season yet for the series, and we can be eternally grateful that it was given the opportunity to continue!
Mar 18, 2020Thank God The FANS saved it