The season two finale has arrived, and it brings some revelations and revolutions with it. Jake and Amy are assigned to track Michael Augustine, “Brooklyn’s most prolific identity thief’.
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Wuntch reappears to give Jake permission to work his dream case – the murder of Carl Mathers, one of the Fulton Street Four, which leaves Holt worried she’s setting Jake up to fail. This is the second gang member to fall dead, and Jake and Holt’s hunch that someone’s after the twenty one million the gang had stashed away it’s a race against the clock for Jake, Holt and Charles to solve the murders and retrieve the cash before the last two members of the gang end up dead.
Jake is thrilled to work with a hot-shot detective, Dave Majors, whose arrest record is so massive that it makes Amy weak in the knees. Jake is enthused, that is, until he finds out that that detective intends to ask Amy out once the case is over.
Jake gets injured on the job by falling through a sun roof while chasing after a perp. His broken ribs, fractured thumb, injured tailbone, bruised bladder, injured ankle and shattered toe force him to follow the case from his desk, but when he refuses to take it easy and only hurts himself even worse, and is thus forced to take time off from the force.
Lucky streaks break on this week’s Brooklyn Nine Nine. Jake deals with a bad luck streak by growing suspicious of perceived outside enemies, especially when he fails a drug test which results in his suspension from the force. Holt assigns Amy and Rosa to the case to investigates Jake’s beliefs and hopefully clearing his name, but Jake immediately involves himself in the investigation, but when his suspicions turn out to be real he ends up having to rely on his own wits to make it to safety before his stalker decides to end his life.
Jake’s long-lost father, a commercial pilot nicknamed Rocket, stops by for a visit.
Gina’s mom and Charles’ dad are finally getting married, and the gang all have special jobs they need to attend to in order to make sure the wedding comes off without a hitch.
ter Holt hands over Jake’s latest case to the organized crime unit and he starts cutting off all of the squad’s perks, Jake teams up with Gina and Holt’s professor husband Kevin to figure out why Holt’s been behaving in such a grumpy and cold manner.
Triumph over heartbreak – and paintballs – is the focus of this week’s episode of Brooklyn Nine Nine. Terry and Charles try to help Jake cure his broken-by-Sophia-last-episode heart by immersing him – and the team – in a terrorist training simulation, where Jake comes into conflict with an Agent Kendrick of the FBI.
With their relationship on somewhat shaky ground, Jake tries to talk it out with Sophia only to be told she needs to take a commitment break so she can focus on her job, where they haven’t been tossing her juicy cases for ages. Jake swallows down his dislike of attorneys and promptly recruits Terry to infiltrate a cocktail party to better make things right with her boss by buttering him up and making Sophia seem a worthwhile prospect again.