‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ SDCC Interview: Joe Lo Truglio & Terry Crews

We got a chance to talk with Joe Lo Truglio, who plays Charles Boyle, and Terry Crews, who plays Terry Jeffords, at SDCC about all things Brooklyn Nine-Nine. From Boyle having another kid to the chemistry between Boyle and Terry,…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ SDCC Interview: Andy Samberg & Melissa Fumero Talk Peraltiago

NINE-NINE! We got a chance to speak with Andy Samberg (Jake Peralta) and Melissa Fumero (Amy Santiago) at San Diego Comic Con about the future of Peraltiago and how it feels like for Fumero to be one of two Latinas…

7 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “Sicko” & “Suicide Squad”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s hour season finale, consisting of the episodes “Sicko” and “Suicide Squad,” made us grateful all over again for NBC rescuing this hilarious, heartfelt, and entertaining comedy. So from Captain Holt jokes about Wuntch to #Peraltiago shout out by…

8 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “Cinco de Mayo”

Photo: John P. Fleenor/NBC The Brooklyn Nine-Nine heist might’ve been a little late this year but we still got to bask in its glory in “Cinco de Mayo.” From Amy and Jake being the best goobers to Cheddar betraying his…

7 WTF Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “Return of the King”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “Return of the King” saw the welcome return of Gina Linetti, the human form of the 100 emoji. And like her departure, this episode was full of ups, downs, and clear WTF moments that make you question how…

5 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “Ticking Clocks”

Photo Credit: John P. Fleenor (NBC) Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s “Ticking Clocks” had guest star Sean Astin stir Captain Holt into a near nervous breakdown, Rosa and Jocelyn hit a bump in the road, and Amy proved (ONCE AGAIN) how much of…

8 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “The Bimbo”

John P. Fleenor/NBC Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “The Bimbo” gave us some of the best Captain Holt moments in the entirety of this show. From the secret handshakes to his confession about thinking he wasn’t good enough for Kevin, we saw sides…

6 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “Casecation”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “Casecation” gave us the #Peraltiago we have been needing for agessssss. Yes, a huge part of it was a devastating back and forth where the possibility of having children seemed like the dividing factor for our fav ship.…

5 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “The Therapist”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s “The Therapist” gifted us with one of the best presents we’ve had since Holt’s amazing shirts in the first episode of season six. We got to meet Rosa’s girlfriend Jocelyn, played by Cameron Esposito! It was well worth…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 6×10 Review: The Good, Bad, and Ugly of “Gintars”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s “Gintars” saw the arrival of Nikolaj’s weird as hell father and the disappearance of Terry’s eyebrows and sanity because of his obsession with the mites/tiny buggers that live on us without our knowledge. I mean, I’m with you…

‘Stop and Fangirl’ Episode 75: When Comedy Gets Serious and Kicks Ass At It!

Here at Fangirlish we continue to support your right to fangirl over any fandom you desire – whether that is a book, a TV show, a movie, or even sports. That’s why we have Stop and Fangirl! So you can feel…

7 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “The Golden Child”

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s appearance on Brooklyn Nine-Nine gave us one of the most iconic guest appearances EVER! David Santiago is a welcome addition and we’re absolutely down for more sister/brother antics, Amy being a dancing queen, and Jake having Amy’s back…

5 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “He Said, She Said”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s “He Said, She Said” proved that even though this show is a comedy it can still tell, film, and discuss hard hitting stories that matter to us. The #MeToo movement is still in full swing and we love…

7 Favorite Moments from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “The Honeypot”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s “The Honeypot” is the BEST episode of season six. There. I said it, and I don’t regret it! Also, imagine living in a world without this glory? A world where Holt and Jake don’t wear ridiculous mustaches and…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 6×06 Review: “The Crime Scene”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “The Crime Scene” saw Rosa opening up and making real progress in accepting her bisexual life, sharing it with others, and reconnecting with her mother. It’s the kind of progress we’ve been hoping for Rosa. And from one…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 6×05 Review: “A Tale of Two Bandits”

Brooklyn Nine-Nine “A Tale of Two Bandits” saw the return of our favorite bandit Doug Judy! For a quick second I almost had a heart attack and thought that Doug was dead, but that pain is over. And if anything,…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 6×04 Review: “Four Movements” of a Gina Linetti Goodbye

I love Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Gina Linetti. I love her loyalty, ferocity, dedication, and how she is over the top but loving at the same time. I was excited for this farewell episode. I wanted and was ready to feel good…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 6×03 Review: The Tattler, Getting Kinky, and Bisexual Woes

Brooklyn Nine-Nine just lost a star, an icon, an inspiration, to bigger and greater things in “The Tattler.” Gina Linetti, the rascal of the Nine-Nine is saying goodbye for now as the actress moves on in a different direction in…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 6×02 Review: Still Not Over “Hitchcock & Scully” Being Hot

To everyone’s surprise, including my own, Hitchcock & Scully really were the studs of the Nine-Nine in this week’s new episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, appropriately titled “Hitchcock & Scully.” They put their life on the line, and their arteries, to…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 6×01 Review: “Honeymoon” for Three, Hoots, and Peraltiago

I’m glad that we don’t have to live in a world where Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 6 didn’t happen. It did. We’re here. And dear lord was it good! The Nine-Nine returned to our hearts, minds, and funny bone in “Honeymoon,”…

From One Latinx Bisexual to Another, Thank You Rosa Diaz

Being a queer woman of color, made the cancellation of Brooklyn Nine-Nine all those months ago, hurt even more than I expected. Rosa Diaz, this badass, out of the box, and real representation of what it was to be Latina,…