Creator: Daniel J. Goor, Michael Schur
Cast: Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews
Brooklyn’s 99th police precinct is much like any of the hundreds of other such stations scattered throughout New York. For a while now the captain has a lassoer-faire attitude toward his detectives. He lets anything goes as long as the cases keeps on closing. One of the most talented detectives on the squad is Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg), is emotional development of a eight years of old kid, making him the class clown and he is good at it. He has done pranks, the only reasons he is still a detective and he can get away with anything is that he has a natural instinct that kicks in and he close cases for the department. Detective Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) may be extremely pretty and she is cold as hell. She has anger issues so most people are afraid of her. One who isn’t is her partner, Detective Charles Boyd (Joe Lo Truglio). He has a crush on Rosa for much of the first season. Detective Michael Hitchcock (Dirk Blocker), has enthusiasm and most of time is clueless. He is friends with Detective Norm Sculley (Joel McKinnon Miller), overweight, and rarely leaves from behind his desk well sometimes he goes outside. There is a new commanding officervcaptain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) a cold and somewhat robotic commanding officer.
Funny series. It has come back from an ancient form of comedy the absurd. And it irks here. Sometimes in a new series the characters introduce themselves there they are developing in the front of your eyes. In this case when you are working closely with each other you have to have a little humor here the humor is a little bit absurd but who cares as long as it is funny and corky at times. It has a great ensemble cast.Terry Jeffords, the writers has been putting to good use his facial expressions no doubt. It seems to me that it has a great start but I wonder if they can keep it up. I hope so. enjoy this one why it last.