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Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 2
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Return to the scene of comedy so good, it's criminal. From Dan Goor and Mike Schur (The Office and Parks and Recreation) come all 23 kick-ass, second season episodes of the Golden Globe Award-winning Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) and Captain Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher) are back for more hilarious hijinks as they team up with Brooklyn's finest to make the precinct better than ever. As they deal with overbearing superiors, a drug task force, dating crimes, the questionable motives of close family, and a long-awaited interdepartmental romance, they discover there's nothing like laughter when you're staring danger in the face.
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There hasn't been a cop show this funny since Barney Miller. The show doesn't try to be a detective show where you wonder 'whodunit'. It focuses on it's strength, which is the hilarious interactions between the members of the 99th precinct.
Andy Samberg is definitely over the top. He's a caricature of a goofy cop, but it's done in a hilarious way. The entire precinct is made of of caricatures. It just works.
Terry Crewes is absolutely hysterical in his role as a sergeant in the precinct. There might not be any actor in Hollywood more perfect to play the role of a giant muscle man who's actually very sensitive.
Andre Braugher plays perhaps the toughest role of them all. His character never smiles. Never frowns. Never shows any emotion at all. He has a unflinching face at all times. This sounds easy to play as an actor, but it's actually one of the more difficult kinds of roles to play. Braugher nails it and gives a great backboard for the rest of the cast to react to in comedic ways.
Every character is great and every actor who plays them is great in their role.