Posts Tagged ‘brooklyn nine-nine’


Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1×05 ‘The Vulture’: Out-vulturing the Vulture

This might have been Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s strongest episode since the pilot. And they fixed the things I didn’t like last week! Peralta and the team out-vultured the Vulture (Dean Winters) and Holt and Gina helped Terry get his groove back. Katie Anaya lives in Austin, TX and has been obsessed with television since she figured […]


Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1×04 ‘M.E. Time’: I’ve never been happier

What can I say that I haven’t already mentioned about Brooklyn Nine-Nine? Each week it continues to find its footing. It’s been fun to watch them play around with dynamics and personalities, seeing what works and what doesn’t. What didn’t work for me this week was Peralta’s fat jokes (too cheap) and Terry’s sketch artist […]


Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1×03 ‘The Slump’: I will make better mouth

First off, let me saw that I don’t want all of these reviews to be a love-fest for Brooklyn Nine-Nine. While I liked ‘The Slump’, it wasn’t as strong a showing as the first two episodes. This episode was clearly focused on bringing more attention to lesser-known members of the ensemble cast. Katie Anaya lives […]


Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1×02 ‘The Tagger’: Guys, Algernon’s back!

After a strong pilot, Brooklyn Nine-Nine returned this week with the same wacky gags and odd couple antics. While ‘The Tagger’ didn’t have as many laugh-out-loud moments as the pilot, I really enjoy watching Samberg and Braugher bounce off one another. Katie Anaya lives in Austin, TX and has been obsessed with television since she […]


Brooklyn Nine-Nine 1×01 ‘Pilot’: Humility over, I’m amazing

I’ve been excited about watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine since I heard it was co-created by Mike Schur, who wrote for The Office and co-created Parks and Recreation. Brooklyn Nine-Nine carries that same tone of good-natured comedy with a heart of gold, and I’m all in. Katie Anaya lives in Austin, TX and has been obsessed with […]


We’re Pumped for the 2013-14 Season!

When I was a kid, I loved summer because I could stay home and watch TV all day. Now I’m an adult who stays home all day year-round and every year I anticipate the fall because summer TV sucks and fall brings the start of awesome returning shows and new favorites. I asked some of […]