Brooklyn Nine-Nine has marked the audiovisual landscape in the space of 8 years. The police comedy was recently broadcast in the United States. The opportunity to do a little recap ‘of this end of the series.
Ten little episodes and then goes. After 8 seasons of loyal service, the Brooklyn 99 Brigade said goodbye on September 16. Canal + subscribers were able to discover their last standstill in US + 24. With a happy and rather successful ending, Michael Schur and his teams wanted to pay tribute to these characters who have made us laugh for years.
In the final broadcast in two parts, Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) decides to take advantage of their famous annual heist to announce to the whole team that he is leaving the 99. The policeman here proves all his maturity by choosing to raise his son , in order to allow Amy (Melissa Fumero) to devote herself to her career. The latter was chosen to lead a reform within the police and also abandons the police station. So is Holt (Andre Braugher), who has been promoted to general manager.
A farewell heist
Jack’s plan is simple: during the heist, he will give each of his friends a box containing not the Grand Champion’s trophy, but a memento of their past moments. But now, he hadn’t expected that Holt and Amy were also planning to take advantage of this silly contest to organize their own unforgettable departure party.
Even in her final moments, Brooklyn Nine-Nine doesn’t forget to make us laugh, with twists and turns, gags and cute nods to highlights of the series (the song is still remembered of the Backstreet Boys!).
This final series will in any case have allowed the return of one of the great forgotten of season 8: Gina Linetti (Chelsea Peretti), more bitter and funny than ever with her lines that hit the mark. We will also find a grizzled Pimento, the unbearable Teddy (still in love with Amy), or even Bill, the double of Charles. No Doug Judy who had the right to his own farewell episode a few weeks earlier.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine ends as it began, offering us pure, hard-core entertainment that doesn’t get teary-eyed. On the contrary, she pays tribute to these characters that she has made evolve: Jack is more mature, Holt is more human (his laughter will be so much missed!), Rosa assumes his bisexuality, Charles no longer lives in the shadow of his best friend…
And if the police station has lost its best elements, it is now headed by someone who finally deserves his quarter of an hour of glory: the one and only Terry! Let it be said: there will never be enough episodes or seasons with these heroes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, but they will have left with their heads held high, having accomplished their duty: to make us laugh for several years.