‘ Brooklyn Nine-Nine ’ Series Finale: Goodbyes, Promotions & One Last Heist
Brooklyn Nine-Ninefinally turned off the lights at the precinct with an hour-long series finale that brought back a slew of familiar faces from the series’ past.However, in its home TV market of NYC, Brooklyn Nine-Ninedidn’t quite get a proper sendoff with the final episode airing outside of primetime, at 7 PM, to make room for the Giants game on the local NBC station.
After Season 8 which took on a more serious tone, tackling issues of police brutality, levity returned in the finale as Jake (Andy Samberg) surprises the squad with a final heist to commemorate Amy’s (Melissa Fumero) last day at the 99th precinct after her big promotion in the previous episode. This time, their objective is to receive a medal of valor, hidden in a golden tube, and be crowned “Amazing Human/Genius and the Grand Champion of the Nine-Nine.”
Related Story'Late Night With Seth Meyers' To Bring Back Studio Audience In OctoberAs usual, hijinks of the heist episodes ensue, including an assortment of misdirects and ulterior motives. While Jake planned the heist to end on the Brooklyn Bridge with fireworks, Amy had planned to surprise Jake with a party and Holt (Andre Braugher) wanted to give the squad his own “perfect goodbye.” With a wild trip down memory lane, the heist involved cameos from many of the series’ guest stars and the reappearance of Gina Linetti (Chelsea Peretti), who left the series in season 6. headtopics.com
Watch on DeadlineAfter a botched interview, which turned out to be part of the heist, Captain Holt promoted Terry (Terry Crews) to captain of the 99th precinct.As they all convene in a storage facility, Captain Holt assumes he has received the correct tube and won, when Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz) and Gina open up a storage unit to reveal that they have tricked everyone once again. As they prepare to give their victory speech, they are double crossed by Bill (Winston Story), a Charles (Jo Lo Truglio) look-alike hired by Jake in the fourth heist, who locks them in. Other
Brooklyn Nine-Ninealums who made appearances in the finale include Fred Armisen as Mlepnos, Jason Mantzoukas as Adrian, Tim Meadows as Caleb, Kyle Bornheimer as Teddy as well as series co-creator Dan Goor as janitor Dan.As they try to figure out how to escape, Jake slips and reveals to the squad that it’s his last day on the force as well. He is retiring to spend more time with his child as Amy takes on more responsibilities as a Chief.
In one final heist-reveal, the squad returns to the precinct to find Hitchcock (Dirk Blocker) with the golden tube. He reveals that he wasn’t in Brazil this whole time, he was living in his van, which he dubbed the ‘beaver-trap,’ and it was part of his plan to win a heist. Although that was the extent of his plan, he lucked out when Bill returned and offered to sell him the tube for $40.
In a ceremony that disappointed everyone involved, Hitchcock was crowned “Amazing Human/Genius and the Grand Champion of the Nine-Nine” for winning the final heist.Finally, the crew gets into the elevator to leave one last time….Until a year later, at Halloween, when Terry is holding a meeting, and Jake makes a surprise entrance for another Halloween heist. Not content with Hitchcock winning the ‘final’ heist, Captain Holt, Amy, Rosa, and Gina make surprise entrances as well to continue the annual tradition of the Halloween heist. headtopics.com
Subscribe toand keep your inbox happy. Read more: Deadline Hollywood »
Hubble Finds Evidence of Water Vapor in One Hemisphere of Europa
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope observations of Jupiter’s icy moon Europa have revealed the presence of persistent water vapor – but, mysteriously, only in one hemisphere.
This was 2 seasons too late. Love the cast, love the spirit of the show but……….yeah was tome to put it out if its misery
‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Series Finale Aims for a “Perfect Goodbye”The Fox-turned- NBC comedy bows out after eight seasons with a fitting tribute to one of its most-loved recurring stories. Don't understand why it was only given 10 episodes. Felt very rushed this season It was a pretty good series finale (and thank god free of the BLM BS a few earlier eps hamfisted in).
Nine Perfect Strangers Isn't the Show I Expected, and That's a Great ThingA rote 'cult indoctrination drama,' this is not. Instead, Nicole Kidman's Masha has become one of the year's most fascinating characters.
17 Interesting 'Nine Perfect Strangers' Behind-The-Scenes Facts Straight From Director Jonathan Levine'Nicole Kidman is perfect!' OliviaNavarro_ não lê o ultimo fato (17) acho q tem spoiler
How 'Nine Perfect Strangers' hopes to make psychedelic therapy mainstreamDirector Jonathan Levine believes psychedelics could be our 'salvation.' And Hulu's limited series is designed to be an introductory dose.
Nine more Hong Kong activists handed jail time for Tiananmen vigilThe activists have been sentenced to six to 10 months in prison for taking part in an unauthorised vigil in 2020 for victims of the Tiananmen crackdown. tweet4852 they jail peaceful protestors. why can't people excise their civil rights? Jail for 6 - 10 months for peaceful assembly! Can UKSupremeCourt answer me how this decision of HongKong's kangaroo court is consistent w/ rule of law? When will UKSupremeCourt apply the legal principle in UK? StandWithHongKong save12hkyouths BoycottChina Even the freedom to commemorate is deprived of, is the city still an international city? Even the civil society is ruined and people are silenced here, conscientious people around the world will keep on fighting totalitarianism StandWithHongKong FreeJimmyLai FreeJoshuaWong
Nine Hong Kong activists get 6-10 months in prison for unauthorised Tiananmen vigilNine Hong Kong pro-democracy activists were sentenced to between six and 10 months in prison on Wednesday for taking part in an unauthorised assembly at last year's vigil for the victims of China's 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown on protesters. 'Last week, police arrested members (...) under national security legislation' They were condemned for refusing to comply with a police inquiry, but mentioning that fact wouldn't fit Reuters' invariably slanted narrative, obviously.