But I didn't like Jake's sister, and I can't say I really get the idea that you'd want to meet some random person who just happens to have been fathered by the same deadbeat guy. I never used to get physical humor but middle age has taught me a thing or two. She was coming to Holt for advice but he's no longer her supervisor? I love that Jake's occasional insensitivity is so perfectly balanced by what a genuinely nice guy he is. I'm confused about Amy's new job. Speaking of Bill, I love his character and learning all the weird stuff about him.
Rosa is way too good for her. However, I did not believe that neither Hitchcock nor Scully tried to use their secret room all the time Terry was locked in there. I really dislike the idea that she might not work cases with the rest of the cast anymore. Boyle needs a win once in a while. Because an Amy is a tool.
And Jake and Ronnie bonding over their unhealthy eating habits. Dermot Mulroney plays Captain Steve, his foil. When this show actually has a police lineup and Jake singing a top five favourite song of mine, then you know it's damn good. I just found Jake's sister to over-the-top, even for this show. I liked how robotic and happy some of the people were at NutriBoom, like the woman Jake and Charles confronted about getting their money back, and the guy who kept insisting that Charles was Bill. I wonder if that will last, or if something else is going to happen.
I love how much effort they put into making these occasional characters so memorable. I did not want it that way. I never used to get physical humor but middle age has taught me a thing or two. Bill is really fucking weird, man. I've been considering giving the show a try, so maybe now I will when I have some spare time! In fact, this was one of the few times that I enjoyed the B- and C-stories more than the A-story. I knew that even Gina would not be stupid enough to think Rosa would like the woman she allegedly set Rosa up with, so it had to be a prank of some kind.
Since I'm not a dope-smoking hooligan I decided to quit. Whoa, I haven't watched the show so did not know he was on their too as his rival! Looks like Nutriboom is the new threat to Jake and the crew. She was coming to Holt for advice but he's no longer her supervisor? Unsurprisingly, Jake had the answer right off the bat. Its not the sitcom trope where all the jokes from a couple come from them fighting or being jealous or picking at each other. I like supportive Amy, and I liked seeing them at home together.
Charles: You're about to enter the bone zone. Terry's injured walk was funny to me. Maybe I don't understand how precincts work? Terry's injured walk was funny to me. It just feels way too late to start introducing an entirely new crop of characters and have her interact mostly with them. And she definitely does look dope. The cold opening, though, was spectacular. Whoa, I haven't watched the show so did not know he was on their too as his rival!.
Much better than New Girl. Surprised they had Rosa break-up with her girlfriend off screen. I liked Katie for the most part, but I kind of felt like she was a knock-off of Mona-Lisa Saperstein from Parks and Rec. She's no longer at the 9-9? For once, Gina wasn't being deliberately shitty and setting Rosa up with a woman who was immediately, obviously a terrible match. Once again, it's all in Braugher's delivery. I also thoroughly enjoyed Jake's gag of trying to hook her up with one of Amy's brothers. Dylan McDermott plays Captain Dave, the regular pilot.
I'm still giggling about it. Seriously, watch a bunch of episodes on Fox the first one just sets up the characters, so binge a few. Had a feeling that the bartender was who Gina was really setting her up with. Captain Holt is head of the precinct so is still her boss. The storyline about the scam company conning people was amusing, but it went from Herbalife con to quasi-religious cult real quick.