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In the second season, Jake Peralta, an immature but talented NYPD detective in Brooklyn's 99th Precinct, learns that one mafioso escaped a sting, so he teams up with Charles to go after the gangster and Holt tests the squad with practice drills. But can Charles keep his new secret from Jake? Brooklyn nine-nine is not really about the job, it’s about the men and women behind the badge.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is frequently deceptively sharp, clever, and layered. Ultimately, it was a delight to see this team brought back together and heading into what looks to be an interesting, weird, and hilarious second season.
At first glance Brooklyn Nine-Nine looks like a vehicle for the SNL comedian Samberg but it's much more an ensemble comedy. And it's the chemistry between the characters that makes this daft send-up of Seventies cop comedies worth watching.