God it always feels so good to get back to reviewing Brooklyn Nine-Nine once enough time has passed between its previous season’s finale and its incoming season’s premiere. Especially when the incoming season’s premiere is as good as “Coral Palms, Pt. 1,” which is super duper obvious but still totally hilarious and effective all the same. That, I think, speaks to the quality of the show: Even at its most predictable, it works. More than that it works wonderfully, which is the thesis of the review I wrote about the show’s fourth season opener over at ye olde Paste Magazine.