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

Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s “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,…

Our 21 Favorite Ships from 2018

We love love. And most importantly, we love the journey couples take towards that love, the getting to know each other, the teasing, hell; we even love the obstacles, as long as our favorites come through those together. Because they…

This Is Not A Drill: Chelsea Peretti Is Leaving ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’

If you haven’t heard the news yet, we’re sorry to have to be the ones to break it to you. But Gina Linetti –the hilarious and always sarcasitcally politically critical Chelsea Peretti– is officially leaving Brooklyn Nine-Nine.  The actress broke…

NBC Continues To Amaze, Orders More ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Episodes

As if NBC hadn’t, already, surpassed by far our expectations as a television network after it heroically rescued Brooklyn Nine-Nine from cancellation doom at the end of spring, it seems like the network execs keep trying to amaze. That’s right. What had…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season Five Review: See You At Home

It’s been a hell of a rollercoaster season for the Nine-Nine. It was a year tainted with cancellation rumors that had the fandom on edge like it’d never been. We wanted to enjoy the episodes, yes, but checking the ratings…

10 Things We Want To See In ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Season Six

Now that Brooklyn Nine-Nine has officially wrapped its fifth year with a whopping finale, we can officially start going crazy about what season six has in store for us when the show returns. Don’t blame us, after the emotional roller…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 5×22 Review: To Jake And Amy

Guys, we made it. After five long, arduous seasons of will-they-won’t-they, after Sophias and undercover missions, after mob bosses and Florida, hell, even after jail, we finally made it. Jake and Amy are married. And I am still a crying…

NBC Welcomes ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ At The Upfronts –And The Cast Is Excited As Ever!

NBC has given the Brooklyn Nine-Nine family its official welcome to their new home, and we are so excited. They’ve opened the doors for the show they always regretted not picking up, and it seems like the addition has benefitted…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 5×21 Review: White Whales & Vindication

Like a beautiful phoenix rising from its ashes, like Jesus himself coming back to life after his death, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has resurfaced from its cancellation fate and brought back by our now true lord and savior, NBC. Seriously, they have…

#SAVEB99: Why ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Deserves To Be Picked Up

Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been cancelled, and everything is most definitely not okay. To quote Community’s always on-point Abed, we are living in the darkest timeline. I know what you’re going to say. So many shows deserve to be renewed and…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 5×20 Review: “Show Me Going”

If the last couple Brooklyn Nine-Nine episodes have taught us anything, it’s that this show does comedy remarkably well. We already knew this. We’ve known for years. But the brilliant thing about this ensemble comedy is it’s admirable capacity to…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 5×19 Review: Elite Party Squads

Few shows manage to sustain a hilariously consistent tone throughout their entire run. Even fewer manage to run for five years without having ups and downs in their writing. Brooklyn Nine-Nine isn’t one of those shows. There’s an amazing quality…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 5×18 Review: Women CAN Support Women

It’s getting increasingly harder to rank the latest Brooklyn Nine-Nine episodes from funniest to least funniest. This second half of season five has been so steadily hilarious, the lines begin to blur when we try and figure out which, exactly,…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 5×16 & 5×17 Review: I Want It That Way

Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s double episode seemed to open a whole lot of storylines for a show that’s still waiting for a season 6 renewal. On one hand, “NutriBoom” seemed to set up a pretty established big baddie that low-key threatened Jake and Amy’s…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 5×15 Review: Eat A Jerk, Pal!

Brooklyn Nine-Nine has the healthiest relationships on television right now. Actually, it has the healthiest relationships in the history of television, ever. It’s probably due to the fact that its genre —a comedy— allows them to bypass the drama and…

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ 5×14 Review: Three Oh Damn’s!

Bottle episodes are not always the best. They’re there to fill in gaps, and usually, the physical limitations of production work against the show. Unless the writers have been able to sustain actual character storylines and development throughout the season,…