TEDDY RETURNS ON THE ALL-NEW SPRING PREMIERE OF “BROOKLYN NINE-NINE” TUESDAY, APRIL 11, ON FOX.
I’m happy to say that Brooklyn 99 is back and in a big way. We have the return of an ex-boyfriend, the 99 in danger of closing, and we finally find out what happened to Gina. So here’s everything you can expect from “The Audit”.
News comes out that the crime rate is lowered in Brooklyn, which is exciting up until we find out one of Brooklyn’s precincts will be shutting down - permanently. But the Nine-Nine feels they will be evaluated fairly, that is until they see who their official auditor turns out to be: Amy’s ex-boyfriend, Teddy (guest star Kyle Bornheimer). So the squad must do whatever they can to try to save the precinct.
The squad then divides up into teams to tackle some of the precinct’s issues that could potentially shut them down. First up is Jake and Amy, who must try to not only apologize to Teddy for everything that happened, but they must also try to convince him that they don’t think he’s boring. That task proves to be difficult since Amy has already told him she thinks he’s an incredibly boring man, and he still appears to be as dull as ever.
Meanwhile, Rosa and Charles are trying to deal with their rat problem, and they go to incredible lengths to do so. During all of this, Terry is taking on their new copier (that cost $21,000) that he broke soon after they got it. So he has to do whatever he can to fix it, which is much easier said than done.
This episode was beyond funny and made me so glad to have this show back. Not to mention, the Jake and Amy storyline was not only fun to watch but showed why they work so well together.
Here are a few things you can look forward to:
Sexy cat costume
Terry vs. the Japanese copier
Jake’s fears about why Amy was ever with Teddy
Don’t miss the all-new spring premiere episode of BROOKLYN NINE-NINE airing Tuesday, April 11 (8:00-8:31 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
As always, feel free to send any questions you have my way, and I will answer as long as they’re not too spoilery!