Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6: Release Date, Spoilers and Recap of Episode 3 and 4.
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Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 are set to be released next week. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will show more exciting cases, while the squad will also have to deal with Frank O’Sullivan and the police union.
As the season talks a lot about corruption and other problems in the police department, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will also continue to deal with such issues.
It will be interesting to see whether Jake and Amy continue to struggle to manage their work along with taking care of their son, Mac, in Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will also continue to show Captain Holt and Kevin working on their relationship after Holt moves into Rosa’s house in episode 4. Read further to find out everything you need to know about Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 Release Date, Where Can You Watch It Online?
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will be released on NBC on August 26, 2021. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will be aired one after the other at 8 PM and 8:30 PM Pacific Time (PT) and Eastern Time (ET), respectively. Hulu and Peacock will stream Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 on August 27, 2021.
Similar to Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6, new episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 are released every Thursday on NBC and a day later on Hulu and Peacock.
What To Expect From Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6?
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will be titled “PB&J” and “The Set Up,” respectively. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 will show Jake Peralta taking an old friend for a ride.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 6 will show Amy Santiago and Rosa Diaz negotiating with Frank O’Sullivan and the police union. The episode will also show Jake trying to investigate a high-profile case that the FBI has taken over.
Along with these new stories, Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will continue to work on the existing plot lines that are being built this season. Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 might also show what Amy would do with the funding she receives after winning in episode 4.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 3 Recap.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 3 is titled “Blue Flu.” The episode begins with a policeman claiming that he found a dead mouse in his burrito. Frank O’Sullivan, the President of the Patrolman’s Union, comments on it by saying that the dead mouse was put there on purpose to target cops.
However, Captain Raymond Holt then confirms that the restaurant had no idea that a cop had ordered the burrito and that the entire incident is just a publicity stunt.
When he tells the squad that it would not affect anyone, Terry Jeffords informs them that all the uniformed officers have staged a walkout with a fake medical excuse claiming that they all have the infectious disease, mono (mononucleosis).
Refusing to negotiate with the police union, Holt forms groups and assigns different tasks in order to gather proof against the officers. Jake Peralta and Charles Boyle are tasked to prove that the doctor’s notes that the officers had submitted are fake.
Amy Santiago and Terry Jeffords are asked to keep crime down in the precinct without the police officers. Holt then assigns the task of proving that the cop had faked the mouse in the burrito to Rosa Diaz as this has to be done unofficially, and a person from outside the NYPD would be ideal for the job.
While investigating the case, Jake and Charles find out that the same doctor had issued all the false doctor’s notes given by the officers.
When Charles tells Jake that he is immune to mono, they plan to send Charles to visit the same doctor, and if he gets diagnosed with the disease, they would be able to prove that it is fraudulent. However, to everyone’s surprise, the doctor diagnoses that Charles might have cancer.
Meanwhile, with the absence of uniformed police officers, Amy decides to ask other precincts to send some of their detectives, only to find out that they have sent their worst detectives (their Hitchcock and Scullys). Terry, on the other hand, is unable to work because he is not well.
In the meantime, Rosa says she wants to see Captain Holt’s secret tattoo as payment for her investigation. She tells Captain Holt that Jake has offered a significant amount of money to see a picture of the tattoo. Holt finally promises to show it when he realizes that it would be the only way of proving the Union’s fraud.
The new detectives are extremely lazy, making it very difficult for Amy to maintain their arrest records. So, using Scully’s advice, she tries to motivate them, but they find a way not to do their job, and her attempts go in vain.
When there is very little hope left for the squad, Terry comes with a ray of hope. He informs Captain Holt that when the uniformed officers found out that he was on leave, they assumed he had joined the “Blue Flu” and invited him to discuss their plan. Captain Holt asks him to record the meeting.
Jake and Charles share an incredibly heartfelt moment as Charles is scared of dying because of cancer. He tells Jake that he is afraid of all things that would happen if he dies.
It is also a very emotional moment for the viewers since they know that this is going to be the last season, and all the things that Charles says about everything coming to an end are actually true.
Finally, Rosa accomplishes her task and finds evidence of the police officer buying the mouse he claimed to be put by the restaurant. However, unfortunately, the police union leader outwits Captain Holt by twisting his words and confusing him. He realizes that the evidence would not be enough and that reasoning with the Union is not possible.
Terry returns with the audio recording of the meeting, but even that is of no use as nothing is audible because of the weird noise that his stomach was making. Meanwhile, Charles receives his test result and finds out that he does not have cancer.
Jake realizes that it was the medical laboratory that made the fake reports for the Blue flu. However, the leader of the Union outwits him yet again, and even this plan fails, making Captain Holt lose all hope for justice.
In the end, Captain Holt finally realizes how to end the Blue flu with the help of Boyle’s speech. He shows the Patrolman’s Union leader how the Blue flu has actually helped them and very intelligently convinces him to end it.
The episode also ends with another suspense about Captain Holt’s tattoo, but we will leave something for you to watch the episode and find out on your own.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 4 has been titled “Balancing.” The episode begins with Terry briefing the squad about a murder in the precinct. The evidence in the murder location makes Jake realize that the murderer is his long-time arch-nemesis, Johny Franzia.
Jake is very excited to solve a case involving the serial killer who has been taunting him for years. However, Captain Holt suggests that someone else should handle the case since they had asked for reduced hours to focus on childcare.
Amy also has a crucial presentation at the One Police Plaza to get funding for reforms for the deployment of uniformed police officers. Jake and Amy finally convince Captain Holt that they would be able to handle both work and childcare, and Jake convinces Holt to give the case back to him.
Another interesting subplot of the episode is Captain Holt moving into Rosa’s house. Holt reveals that despite trying couple’s therapy, he is still not back together with Kevin as he had expected.
Rosa agrees to let him stay with her because she thinks he is quiet and neat. However, she soon realizes that it was a mistake when Holt could not stop talking about Kevin. Being a person who does not like talking a lot, Rosa gets annoyed and suggests that getting drunk can help him stop thinking about Kevin.
Jake and Charles investigate the murder case and are finally sure that the murderer is Franzia indeed. Meanwhile, Terry informs Amy that she would be competing against several other people at the One Police Plaza, and only one of them would win the funding.
She gets scared when she finds out that Austin Grant, an officer who gets everything he wants because of being very attractive, would also be competing with his presentation. Terry offers to help Amy look suitable for her presentation.
Jake and Amy’s problems start getting bigger when their son Mac’s daycare closes for two days due to a lice outbreak. They start panicking as they realize they have to prepare for a presentation and solve the Franzia murder case while taking care of Mac on their own.
To take it even further, all their babysitters are unavailable, and they also get infected with lice. They finally decide to take the baby to work, with their heads covered with maple syrup to kill the lice.
When they reach, Charles fills Jake in with all the details about the Franzia case, including all the puzzles that the serial killer leaves for them. Jake and Amy also interview three new babysitters for Mac, but all of them turn out to be terrible choices even though one of them gifts Mac a soft toy.
When they don’t find anyone to watch Mac, they ask Scully to do it, and he agrees. However, while Jake is back to solving the case, Scully hurts his toe and has to go to the hospital.
The following day, Amy finds herself looking disheveled but does not have the time to fix her look amidst all the chaos. While Amy practices for her presentation, Jake and Charles find out that the babysitter who had gifted Mac a soft toy was actually Franzia, and he had planted a bug in the toy.
Unfortunately, even after getting such a significant lead, Jake has to give up the case and let Charles go and arrest Franzia because Amy’s presentation gets preponed, and she has to leave immediately. It is an enormous sacrifice for Jake, considering that he lives for exciting cases like this.
On the bright side, Amy wins despite her disheveled appearance. Jake also gets to witness Mac pulling himself up. The episode ends with them realizing the challenges of balancing work and personal life as parents. Stay connected with MediaScrolls for more updates on Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6.