Yet another great episode, I don't know how they keep doing this.
Thought the Doug Judy story lines would get stale, but they have managed to refresh it and set up a new arc. The B plot still had a lot of funny bits especially with Hitchcock and glad that Scully and Hitchcock are promoted to the opening credits to reflect this.
The bromance between Judy and Peralta is something else, too.
The network announced on Wednesday that it has renewed Brooklyn Nine-Ninefor a seventh season. NBC rescued the beloved but low-rated cop comedy starring Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher to great fanfare after Fox canceled it last May, and later boosted its 13-episode order for a sixth season to 18 episodes.