The entire squad is on high alert when a massive blackout hits Brooklyn.
Holt asks for Jake's help in a case that is exceptionally meaningful to him. Charles and Terry work together on a side business.
The squad competes in an effort to determine who is the greatest human/genius.
Jake and his father deal with unsettled family business while Amy and Rosa work a high-profile case and Terry wants to join the NYPD band.
When a prank goes disastrously awry, things at the Nine-Nine take a distinctly Agatha Christie turn.
Doug Judy is back, and this time, things between him and Jake are personal. Meanwhile, Amy and Charles try to find the perfect new vending machine for the Nine-Nine.
Captain Holt deals with a personal loss. Jake must decide whether to take Terry or Charles to an exclusive event.
Jake and Amy work an uncrackable case while Holt adjusts to a new beat. Hitchcock looks for the love of his life.
When cocaine and weapons are stolen from the evidence lock-up, the squad must investigate the Nine-Nine itself.
Competitive juices are flowing as Jake and the squad compete in the second Jimmy Jab Games.
Adrian Pimento shows up unexpectedly to seek Jake and Charles’ help after claiming someone is trying to kill him while the rest of the squad endures a workplace conflict seminar.
A new captain at the Nine-Nine attempts to ingratiate herself with Jake and the squad by inviting them over to her house for a dinner party.
Jake leads a manhunt after an assassination attempt on a city councilor as Holt adjusts to his new position as a uniformed officer.
A single-camera ensemble comedy following the lives of an eclectic group of detectives in a New York precinct, including one slacker who is forced to shape up when he gets a new boss.