Terry decides to join them but ends up getting his back injured that he asks Scully for help. However , Rosa believes that Gina is no good for this kind of thing. The Nutriboom case, meanwhile, was a reminder of what a deep bench of recurring characters the series has created, essentially generating an entire A-story out of how Bill, the Boyle doppelganger Jake employees for the Halloween heists, is even sadder and creepier than the real Boyle. In fact, they will be having dinner again that night. Jake flew him into New York. So when she found out she had a half-brother, Jake, she jumped at the chance to meet him, the only family she had left besides her father. Unlike in 'NutriBoom,' the rest of the episode isn't all that full outside of the A-plot — even with two other subplots and things like Terry Crews' beautiful physical comedy — so there's nothing really to balance just how off the rails the Kate character is.
Meanwhile, Gina is trying to set Rosa up with one of her female friends now that she knows Rosa is bisexual, and Terry injures himself attempting to do yoga with Captain Holt and Boyle. Katie cheated on him, and that made him mad about it. Because an Amy is a tool. But before her flight, Jake saves her from another act. Rosa: Just take your cheapest whiskey and pour it into your nearest glass. In the end, Rosa gives Gina a chance. Am I watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine or Basil Brush? Plus, the killer also had a killer voice! What if her half sister is a total opposite of him? That was only to the benefit of the two plots, because they had time to hit every single mark along the way.
But, like, a skinny margarita. It may be a failure at first, but learn how to go where it goes. Meanwhile, Boyle and Holt practice yoga. In the episode, Jake's half-sister, Kate, comes to visit him after a rough break-up. Caught off-guard, Rosa admits that she and Aubrey had fun. However, when Jake and Amy meet her, they find her annoying and chaotic. When Kate considers staying in New York after a rough break-up, Jake and Amy call in her ex-boyfriend Kurt to amend everything so she can return to.
Trishelle: I'll have a margarita. They succeed in getting her to leave, but not they way they wanted; she learns about the plan and leaves angrily. Kate: And I have so many other enemies. . It aired on in the United States on April 15, 2018, airing back-to-back with the previous episode,.
When Jake and Amy is about to go to sleep, they overhear cluttering in the living room. In the morning, Rosa comes in late. The next day, Katie decides that she should live in New York. But the street performer, William, comes in because he left his wallet in the living room. So, like, tequila, lime, and a tiny splash of agave.
You're gonna be real busy. That is, until Scully accidentally reveals his location and Boyle displays a shocking level of strength by single-handedly carrying Terry into the bull pen, to the victorious backing tune of. Kurt leaves Katie and never looks back. The episode was written by Jeff Topolski and directed by Jaffar Mahmood. Katie leaves the apartment and heads home to Dallas. When Katie arrived, she did it in style.
However, the date proves to be annoying for Rosa so she goes out with the waiter. She also thinks that Jake contacting her was an escape from Dallas. The show revolves around the fictitious 99th precinct of the in and the officers and detectives that work in the precinct. She exhibits all the nomadic, self-destructive personality traits their father does, except, after Jake tries to intervene and prevent Kate from moving to New York to be near him, Jake is able to turn around their relationship by admitting they have both acted like their father and should endeavour to connect properly from their different cities. Jake tells the police that he got it from there. He discusses television weekly on.
Kate is too much of a mess to enjoyably stick around for multiple episodes in a row, which is of course disappointing because of the Nasim Pedrad of it all. This is how Brooklyn Nine-Nine should structure its throwaway cold opens. According to , the episode was seen by an estimated 1. Alan Sepinwall may be reached at. However, things get chaotic when they realize she's a mess, and attempt to get her back to Texas when she suddenly decides to move to New York City. With the synthesizer, Gina summons Rosa to the briefing room.