There’s a wedding we must attend to, but first. There’s a neighborhood we need to save. This week’s cold opening isn’t as great as this one:
Although, Captain Holt was rocking that hat, am I right? Before we jump into the show, I want to point out that this episode returns the show to its core strengths and the power of friendship. Let’s get jumping.
The episode starts out with the gang in the briefing room, where Terry wanted to start the day where everyone talked about something that happened in their personal life and it quickly turned out to be a bad idea once Scully said that he woke up with his dog’s butt on his mouth. Cue everyone’s disgusting expressions and confusing thoughts. Yeah, we don’t blame them. Holt quickly turns everything around by bringing up Jake’s new case, which Jake quickly turns him down since both Charles and he has a meeting with a multi-multi-task force.
Later, Rosa goes downstairs because someone (Hitchcock) plugged the women’s bathroom with a whole chicken and means that Amy is happy to see Rosa until one of the police officers causes some tension between Amy’s new turf and Amy’s old turf, it would be cooler with nerf guns than exchanging verbally let’s be real.
Jake & Charles came back to the precinct, not being able to join on the task force since Jake had some problems with one of the captains, they come back to an active shooter in Brooklyn Heights and the squad learns Rosa is near the scene and is heading to help. Let’s hope that Rosa can survive this one. When we come back to the squad, it was revealed that there are three dead and multiple wounded, making us worry about Rosa’s safety and if she’s wounded.
The squad fears for her safety, which is understandable because she’s one of their best friends, Jake frantically brainstorms ways to offer his assistance, but only Holt shuts him down. To help Boyle to keep his mind off of things, Jake offers them becoming street racers and Boyle dresses up as the Speed Racer, only to have Jake bring up the current station with Rosa.
Meanwhile, Terry faces an existential crisis when it comes to Rosa, meaning that he is having a panic attack and trying to updating his plan. Gina and Amy try to make themselves useful by fixing Rosa’s broken toilet, the only problem with that is the plumber is only free the next day. So it’s up to Gina & Amy to fix the toilet in time.
Will Rosa make it alive? Will Hitchcock stop being, Hitchcock? Where did Boyle get his Speed Racer outfit? Tune in next time!
Now let’s check out how you can watch next week’s episode!
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 5, Episode 21 Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, May 13th, 2018
Time: 8:30 P.M. EST
Title: “White Whale”
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