Monday, January 27, 2014

Sneak Peeks of The Slump: Brooklyn Nine-Nine S1E3

Cr: Greg Gayne/FOX

This episode is called "The Slump," but that in no way relates to the development of this show. I think everyone agrees that Brooklyn Nine-Nine gets better with each new episode.

Nevertheless, Jake may be going through a slump (shhh...), but like a "super awesome race car," he has found a way to quickly close a case AND clean off his desk. Great work, detective!




Did I say Jake was going through a slump? Scratch that - I think Gina just figured it out.




The team works together to help-- uhhh, Jake's "friend" get out of a slump. Who do you think has the best advice?




It's a storyline that countless parents can relate to - assembling a kid's toy can break even the strongest man.



If you don't use the links below to share this post with ten friends, then you will find yourself cursed with a slump! Or just friends coming to you all summer asking why you didn't tell them earlier about this awesome show.

And when you're ready, check out "The Slump" Recap with the best quotes, photos and gifs as well as "The Slump" Inside-the-Precinct pics.




-Brooklyn Nine-Nine Insider


Episode Breakdown:


Original Air Date: Oct. 1, 2013 8:30/7:30C on FOX

Writer:  Prentice Penny                        Director:  Julie Anne Robinson

Summary: Detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) has a slew of unsolved cases that he can’t seem to close, and the other detectives don’t want his losing streak to rub off on them. Meanwhile, Capt. Holt (Andre Braugher) asks Det. Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) to run lead on the Junior Policeman Program for at-risk youth, and she enlists Det. Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) and Gina’s (Chelsea Peretti) help. Also, Det. Charles Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) helps Sergeant Jeffords (Terry Crews) with a special case he cannot solve.

Guest Star: Pete Davidson (Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out) as Steven


Where to Watch (as of Jan. 27):


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