The first half of Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s fourth season comes to a close before the show takes a couple of weeks off today. The episode, titled “Captain Latvia,” starts at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday, December 13 on Fox. Read on for a preview of the episode to see how the 99 plan on celebrating Christmas this year.
The previous episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine was the hilarious “The Overmining,” in which Jake did his best to try to get Captain CJ transferred so the Captain Holt’s squad could go back to the day shift. Holt wasn’t initially pleased with Jake trying to “overmind” CJ, but he warmed up to the idea and came up with a genius way to get his squad better hours. Holt let CJ take credit for solving a big case, thinking that their bosses would let CJ transfer to teaching at the Academy. However, CJ decided that he would rather stay at the 99.
In “Captain Latvia,” Jake helps Charles find a Christmas gift for Charles’ son, Nikolaj. However, this leads them into a Latvian crime ring instead. Meanwhile, the squad is training for their Christmas carol competition against their rivals at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).
After tonight’s episode, Brooklyn Nine-Nine ins’t back until Sunday, January 1, when the hour-long special “The Fugitive” airs.
DATE: Tuesday, December 13
TIME: 8:00 p.m. ET
CHANNEL: Fox (Click here to find your local Fox affiliate)
EPISODE DESCRIPTION: “Captain Latvia” – “Jake helps Charles search for a Christmas present for his son, but the pair end up facing off against a Latvian crime ring in the process. Elsewhere, the team prepare for their annual Christmas carol competition against their rivals, the MTA.”
Andy Samberg as Jake
Stephanie Beatriz as Rosa
Terry Crews as Terry
Melissa Fumero as Amy
Joe Lo Truglio as Charles
Chelsea Peretti as Gina
Andre Braugher as Holt
Dick Blocker as Hitchcock
Joel McKinnon Miller as Scully
Carlos Antonnio as Melvin
Antonio Raul Corbo as Nikolaj
Mary Lynn Rajskub as Genevieve Mirren-Carter
Petar Kirilov as Sergei
Jarrett Johnson and Sara Mann as MTA singers
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