Season 3 kicks off with Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) trapped in his new unwanted job in PR, which means that the 99 are forced to face a series of replacements, including the frankly awful, Vulture (Dean Winters). It’s an amusing premise, seeing Holt struggle with the menial tasks Deputy Chief Madeline Wuntch (Kyra Sedgewick) sets him as well as how Gina (Chelsea Peretti) responds to her new environment.
After enjoying season 2 of Brooklyn 99 so much and with it ending on a cliffhanger, there was no question that Mr O and I were going to crack on with season 2. The question is was it as good?
According to Netflix Mr O and I tried to watch Brooklyn 99 a while ago and abandoned it during the first episode. I imagine this was probably somewhere in the first year of Little O’s life where he didn’t sleep on his own ever. We were forever getting five minutes into something and then he’d wake up and we’d give up. Recently we’d heard a lot of noise from fans over the fact that the show has been cancelled (and subsequently picked up) so we decided to give it a second go.