Brooklyn Nine Nine Season 2 Review

We are going straight onto the second season of this show and I don’t see us slowing down anytime soon. 

Now that we have gotten used to the characters and started to connect with them, this is when the writers have started to give them a little bit more back story and try to make them seem more human like. This mainly happens with the main star of the show Jake Peralte (Andy Samberg), we have known he has had problems at home with his upbringing and a few times in this season we get to see a few more examples of it and then we even got a whole episode dedicated to his father.

The relationship between Jake and Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) is still the best, only closely followed by Gina (Chelsea Peretti) and Terry (Terry Crews). I do love the numerous relationships that the show has got going on and surprisingly very few of them are actually romantic which does make a nice change. I do want to say that I really am starting to dislike Charles Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio), he does the same thing again and again which after the first few times does get quite annoying, the only time I find him enjoyable is when he is talking about food.

I am glad they seem to have made the halloween and Doug Judy episode once every season, these were probably the best episodes of the first season and to see the story continue in this season was really nice.

We sort of got a little bit of story carrying over from episode to episode but even then it was only about a budding relationship so was only mentioned very briefly every now and then. I want to see a case that lasts the whole season and involves the whole team to crack it.if they do this then I think I will be a very happy man.

This is a great way to continue a series that has got a lot of potential, plus with the way the season finale ended then you know I am about to upload this review and then start season 3 to find out what happens next.

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