Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will soon be released as the show’s final season was released two weeks ago. Brooklyn Nine-Nine is at its final season, as we see some drastic changes from the last season. Due to global events such as those of the COVID-19 Pandemic and George Floyd’s death, the plot has completely been rewritten. Some of the major notable changes include Rosa quitting the force to become a Private Investigator and Skully quitting the force the moment he can. But do not worry, both are still in the show. While Rosa is ever so present in the episodes, Skully has been simply spending time with Hitchcock through FaceTime. Mac being born has brought forth some new responsibilities for Amy and Jake. And this has started to affect them professionally. Meanwhile, being all into his work, Holt and Kevin have separated for the time being.
The first episode primarily saw Diaz and Peralta trying to help bring forth a Police assault. O’Sullivan tries to hide it while Jake and Rosa have to work together to bring in some evidence. While by the end of the episode, the two are successful, they are unable to bring the perpetrators to justice. In the meantime, Charles is trying to do his best for the African Community. Unfortunately, he has been doing it in a shallow way that makes Terry uncomfortable.
Amy learns about Holt and Kevin’s separation, due to which all of their friends know the same. So, as the group heads to “lake house,” Jake and Terry try to bring them together. Meanwhile, Amy asks Charles’ help to put Mac to sleep. While Jake and Terry have some success in their venture, Charles ends up locking Mac in a room.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 3 Recap
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 3, titled “Blue Flu,” features O’Sullivan again going up against the Precinct. He has staged a riot in which he claims that a sandwich shop has done an anti-cop act. They find a rat in the food and claim that it was done purposely. And just then, all the collared cops claim that they have got the Blue Flu, thus getting sick leaves. With almost no uniformed officers, arrests go down, leading the city to possible chaos. So, Raymond forms the Trident and assigns each group a task.
While Jake and Boyle do their investigation, Boyle receives a piece of worrisome news that makes him believe that his days on earth are numbered. In the meantime, Terry has some stomach problems, which cause a whole set of different problems. Meanwhile, Rosa tries her best to find some dirt on the Police Union. The only thing she wants in return is to see Raymond’s tramp stamp. Ultimately, Raymond is able to force O’Sullivan to stop the Blue Flue. he does this through all the data that he had available. This made uniformed officers seem unimportant and expendable.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 4 Recap
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 4 titled “Balancing” features Jake and Amy trying to balance out their responsibilities towards Mac. One of Jake’s arch-nemesis, “white whale,” has returned, but his responsibilities towards Mac keep him away. Things only get worse when MAc catches lice at the daycare. So, with Maple syrup all over their hair, Jake and Amy try to tackle their problems. Amy has been preparing for her NYPD Reform Pitch. While there are many other competitors, Amy faces a rivalry against a HUD, “a hot dud”. He ain’t that smart, but he gets things served to him due to his looks.
While Jake has mostly been taking care of Mac, Boyle has been getting to solve several cool puzzles set out by “white whale”. But by the end of the episode, Jake and Boyle learn that one of Jake and Amy’s babysitter interviewees was the culprit. Jake wants to go after him, but Amy’s presentation gets moved up. Jake makes the more mature decision to let Amy go for her interview while he takes care of Mac. Amy aces her presentation while Jake gets to witness Mac pulling himself up for the first time.
Lastly, we see some development in Holt and Kevin’s relationship as Rosa and Holt realize that Kevin has been missing him. This happens after Holt regrets emailing Kevin an explicit picture of himself.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 Release Date
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 will release on 26th August 2021. These episodes are titled “PB&J” and “The Set-Up”. All of the episodes by Brookly Nine-Nine are set to be released every Thursday with back-to-back episodes at 8 pm ET / 7 pm CT. According to NBC, the show’s final season is set for ten episodes. All of these episodes will finish airing by 16th September 2021. And while these episodes only last a total of six weeks, we get double the fun with two episodes airing one after another, giving us a runtime of about 45 minutes each week.
The show had quite a few reschedulings, with the season first set to air in Fall 2020. Later, it was postponed to mid-2021, then moved to 2022, and brought back to May 2021. Finally, the network announced the show to be scheduled after the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Luckily for you, we even have the episode schedule for the future episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Here they are:
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 7: 2nd September 2021
Episode Title: “Game of Boyles”
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 8: 2nd September 2021
Episode Title: “Renewal”
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 9: 16th September 2021
Episode Title: “The Last Day Pt 1”
- Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episode 10: 16th September 2021
Episode Title: “The Last Day Pt 2”
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 Preview
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 8 Episodes 5 and 6 titled “PB&J” and “The Set-Up” will follow the 99th Precinct as several events occur with the everlasting presence of one ongoing plot. As you may all have known, the writers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine had entirely scraped the first four episodes after the events surrounding George Floyd. So now, while we do follow the normal plots of each episode, we also follow a parallel plot surrounding the Police Union. Here, we are able to see an ongoing series of encounters between the Precinct and the Police Union. The Union has been trying to protect their racist cops, while the 99th Precinct has simply been trying to bring people to justice. So, most likely, the future episodes may follow this ongoing battle between the O’Sullivan and the 99th Precinct.
Then we also have the plot surrounding Amy and Jake. They are spending their first year as parents and we witness them take on their duties while also doing their best for baby Mac. It seems very much likely that by the end of the season, one of the two may make a sacrifice. Elsewhere, even Rosa has quit her job at the NYPD. We will also be following her story as a private investigator. Lastly, Captain Raymond Holt and Kevin have a Lover’s spat. The precinct members, especially Jake, have been doing their best to bring the couple back together.
If we go simply by the title of the next episode, it seems like we may see the return of Doug Judy. He has always made an appearance in each of Brooklyn Nine-Nine Seasons. The episode title “PB&J” could most likely mean Peralta, Boyle & Judy.
Where To Watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine?
Brooklyn Nine-Nine is available to watch on NBC. If you happen to miss the episode while it airs on television, you can also watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine episodes on NBC’s Official Website. Other than this, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is also available to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Peacock TV, FOX, City TV, OSN, TBS, and YouTube TV. One could also choose to watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine episodes for no additional cost on Xfinity Stream, DirecTV, Sling TV, and FuboTV. Lastly, if none of the above options work for you, you could also choose to buy or rent individual episodes or seasons by Brooklyn Nine-Nine. These episodes or seasons can be bought or rented through VUDU, Microsoft Store, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, and Google Play.