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I guess I'm just blown away by the character development in Brooklyn Nine-Nine? I mean, what kind of comedy has such rich and well-rounded characters? Like they're silly, but they're still good cops? They do their jobs? Jake is ridiculous, but he also learns that loving Amy is more important than any job he could have, and even if she becomes a captain, he knows that she'll still be the same wonderful woman he fell for, and he doesn't have a problem being her subordinate? Like can we get more of this? Jake loves his best friend unapologetically, even when they are polar opposites, I mean he values Boyle because deep down, Boyle is a good man? I mean, look at Holt? Holt began as a hardened man, looking to rise above all the injustices he faced with spite, and he slowly sees that people are changing for the better, and he finds a way to enjoy some of the nine-nine's antics, even wish to be included in their fun? And they totally let him? Rosa learns that emotions don't make you weak, and love can be celebrated? Even Gina, who can only be categorized as a tornado of chaotic awesome cares deeply about her job and her coworkers? Even Boyle? Like I could go through every character but I might spend the rest of the day crying? Like do you know what I mean? Can you grasp the gravity of this?
If Brooklyn Nine-Nine gets cancelled, the news would hit co-creator Dan Goor like a city bus. (Too soon?)
Discussing the Andy Samberg comedy’s uncertain future with TVLine, Goor says that fans are “going to riot” if the Nine-Nine doesn’t return to active duty for Season 5.
“[Fans] are going to find the presidents of Fox and they are going to deface their houses,” he says with a laugh. “No, I’m kidding. Probably shouldn’t say that… I know I would riot. I would be very upset.”
Brooklyn Nine-Nine — which returns after a four-month hiatus on Tuesday, April 11 (8/7c) — is one of a handful of Fox sitcoms (including New Girl and The Last Man on Earth) that has not yet been renewed for the 2017-2018 season, which may prove to be a problem. Known for ending each season on a cliffhanger, it doesn’t sound as though Goor & Co. have any intention of tying up loose ends in the Season 4 finale.
“If you’re asking if we wrote a potential series finale, we did not,” he stresses. “We do not want this to be the series finale.”
Goor, however, remains confident that Detective Jake Peralta will not be forced into an early retirement.
“We’ve received a tremendous amount of support from the network, and I’m sure our pickup will be coming at any point.”
CAPTAIN RAYMOND HOLT RISKED HIS CAREER THAT HE HAS WORKED HIS WHOLE LIFE TO GET SO THAT NOT ONLY CAN HE GET JAKE AND ROSA OUT OF PRISON BUT ALSO TO PROTECT AMY AND STOP HER FROM RISKING HER OWN CAREER.
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Peter, who always disparages his own dancing……(but who I happen to think is a lovely little mover……and no…..it’s not Dad dancing), in House of 9, which, let’s face it, is a pretty shit film, but it has its glorious highlights!! 😁😁
And for more Yelling About Rusty and Hags, please have this article from 2008 about Rusty’s brother, Matt, who played NCAA hockey for University of Michigan, where he was teammates with Carl Hagelin and was infamous for a YouTube of him dancing to Fergie’s Glamorous, a song that Rusty and Hags did a perfectly choreographed dance routine to at the Cup party after the Pirates game this year, nine years later IM FINE NO ONE LOOK AT ME.