TL;DR – Today we go back into
the deep past and explore 1980s NYPD while also dealing with the ramifications
Score – 4 out of 5 stars
One of the great boons of having a new season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is that you get to explore new stories and in
this case that is explore the backstory of two of the shows amazing cast Hitchcock
(Dirk Blocker) and Scully (Joel McKinnon Miller).
So to set the scene, the aftermath of Honeymoon
review), when Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) stood up to the new Commissioner
John Kelly (Phil Reeves), has been a rough transition for the team. This is
because Kelly has gone out of his way to punish the 99 for Holt’s deference in his
public questioning the return to Stop and Frisk. This has meant that floors
have been shut down and space has become a precious creating friction among the
detectives and uniformed officers. This is bad enough, but the next round of
Kelly’s punishment has arrived when he gets Internal Affairs to look into a
case from 1986 run by a young Hitchcock (Wyatt Nash) and Scully (Alan Ritchson).
Now from here,
we will be looking at the episode as a whole, so there will be some [SPOILERS] ahead.
TL;DR – Safe House shows that five seasons in Brooklyn Nine-Nine is getting better and better, blending humour and emotion into an amazing episode.
Score – 5 out of 5 stars
Now, I have to say that Brooklyn Nine-Nine might be one of the best gems out there on TV at the moment, and one of the few shows that I actively seek out these days. It is created by Dan Goor & Michael Schur who have been the creative minds behind The Daily Show, Saturday Night Live, Parks and Recreation, The Good Place, and more. So right from the start, you have an amazing creative team that extends out to all the writing staff. As well as this, you have an amazing and diverse cast that is committed to working together as a team. They all have an amazing rapport with each other, which feels effortless. It is from this platform that they keep getting better each season.