TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Episode 2.08, “USPIS”


“And just like that, with a flurry of story, a guest stint from Ed Helms, and a helping of penis humor, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is back on track. “USPIS” perfectly highlights what the show does so, so well as compared to Season Two’s less successful episodes (“Lockdown,” “Halloween II”)—finding something valuable for each and every member of the ensemble to do. Even Gina, at first precariously balanced on the edge of neglect and misuse, winds up contributing to the B-plot in hilarious ways, while Scully and Hitchcock steal the opening with cups of thumbtacks. Usually it’s Holt who walks away with the pre-credits bit. Good for you, Joel McKinnon Miller and Dirk Blocker!” (Via Paste Magazine.)

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