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Johnny and Dora

22min - Jake and Amy go undercover to catch Brooklyn's most notorious identity thief, and the case brings them closer together - very close. Meanwhile, the entire precinct is caught off-guard when one of their own says goodbye to the Nine-Nine.

The Chopper

22min - Holt is wary when Wuntch (guest star Kyra Sedgwick) lets Jake work his dream case, worried that she is setting him up to fail. Back at the precinct, Amy, Rosa and Gina help Terry host a field trip for a local magnet school.

Det. Dave Majors

22min - Jake is excited to work a case with the best detective in the NYPD, Detective Majors (guest star Garret Dillahunt), until Majors shares his intentions to ask Amy out on a date. Meanwhile, Charles and Gina try to convince Terry to stay at the Nine-Nine when he considers accepting an offer to work at a private security firm.

AC/DC

22min - After Jake injures himself on a case, Terry forces him take time off and rest - something Jake doesn't know how to do. Across town, Holt and Rosa try to avoid intimate conversation during a double-date with their significant others.

Sabotage

21min - After a streak of really bad luck, Jake thinks he's being sabotaged by an enemy. Holt assigns Amy and Rosa to investigate the truth. Meanwhile, Holt hurts Gina's feelings by calling her dance troupe a "hobby," and Charles is stuck working a case with Scully and Hitchcock in Jake's absence.

Captain Peralta

22min - Jake's mainly absentee father, Roger (guest star Bradley Whitford), comes to town to spend some time with his son. Jake can't wait to see him, but Charles is skeptical of Roger's intentions. Meanwhile, Holt tasks Amy, Terry, Gina and Rosa with an impossible brain teaser in exchange for Beyoncé tickets.

Episode 17: Boyle-Linetti Wedding

22min - "Boyle–Linetti Wedding" is the seventeenth episode of the second season of the American television police sitcom series Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It is the 39th overall episode of the series and is written by Matt O'Brien and directed by Dean Holland. It aired on Fox in the United States on March 1, 2015.

Episode 16: The Wednesday Incident

22min - "The Wednesday Incident" is the sixteenth episode of the second season of the American television police sitcom series Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It is the 38th overall episode of the series and is written by Laura McCreary and directed by Claire Scanlon. It aired on Fox in the United States on February 15, 2015.

Episode 15: Windbreaker City

22min - Zack starts at Bayside High School hoping to date Kelly, but when new transfer student Slater tries to move in on her, a rivalrous friendship begins between the two boys.

Episode 14: The Defense Rests

22min - Zack puts subliminal messages on Kelly's rock music tape to try to persuade her to ask him to a dance, but when the girls discover his little plot, they turn his own devices against him.

Episode 13: Payback

22min - When Zack discovers that the new student body president will win a trip to Washington, D.C., he runs against Jessie solely to win the trip, but afterwards Zack feels something he's never felt before - remorse.

Episode 12: Beach House

22min - For a class project, the kids are paired up and must act as married couples for a week, but things go awry when Lisa is upset that she's paired with Screech, and Slater tries to break up the "marriage" between Zack and Kelly.

Episode 11: Stakeout

22min - For a class project, the gang starts a business selling friendship bracelets, but things get heated when Zack becomes power- and money-hungry and names himself the boss, causing his friends to split off and start a rival business.

Episode 10: The Pontiac Bandit Returns

22min - When Screech starts tutoring Kelly in science so she can pass her midterm exam, she develops a crush on him, causing Zack and Slater to become jealous and join forces to break the two apart.

Episode 9: The Road Trip

22min - Zack bets that Slater will win the upcoming wrestling match, but Slater unexpectedly quits the wrestling team for cooking lessons to train to be a chef, forcing Zack to improvise a solution.

Episode 8: USPIS

22min - When Screech inadvertently invents a cure for zits during science class, Zack sells the cream to students at school, but things go awry when the cream starts producing a surprising side effect.

Episode 7: Lockdown

21min - When a handsome teacher substitutes for Miss Simpson and all the girls fall for him, the boys hire an actress to pose as his fiancée, but the plan backfires when she mistakes Belding for the substitute.

Episode 6: Jake and Sophia

22min - When Slater must choose between moving to Hawaii with his dad or staying at Bayside, Zack schemes to get Slater to make the move so Zack can have Kelly all to himself, but the scheme backfires when Slater catches on to his antics.

Episode 5: The Mole

22min - When Zack can't find anyone willing to date Screech, Zack dresses up as a girl and poses as Bambi, a girl with a crush on Screech, but things go awry when Screech really falls for Bambi.

Episode 4: Halloween II

22min - In an attempt to find out whether Kelly wants to take Zack or Slater to a dance, Zack bugs the girls' sleepover to figure out which way her heart leans, but he discovers secrets about the girls he never imagined.

Episode 3: The Jimmy Jab Games

22min - When Screech gets struck by lightning and is temporarily able to foretell the future, Zack plans to use him to predict the history midterm questions, but Screech's new powers wear off before the test.

Chocolate Milk

22min - Holt is taken by surprise when his longtime nemesis, Deputy Chief Madeline Wuntch (guest star Sedgwick) arrives for an inspection of his precinct. Meanwhile, Jake and Terry test the boundaries of "work friends" vs. "friend friends" as they investigate a stabbing at a hipster chocolate milk bar.

Undercover

22min - Jake's undercover FBI operation ends in a successful sting, until he learns one mobster has gotten away. As Jake enlists Charles' help to track him down, Holt tests the squad's patience with practice drills.