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"M.E. Time" is the fourth episode of Season One of the FOX television show Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It originally aired 8th October 2013 to 3.34 million viewers.

Episode SynopsisEdit

Jake flirts with an attractive medical examiner at a crime scene and delays the autopsy report, only to learn that she's more than he bargained for. In the meantime, the sketch artist is out sick when Amy takes on a purse-snatching case, but she discovers that Jeffords has hidden artistic talents. Amy tries to determine why Holt is in a bad mood.

PlotEdit

Amy is on a date at a restaurant and she gets a call from Jake who says there is a lead on a strangler and then gives a description of the killer. The description is an exact description of Amy's date. Mid-description, the camera pans over Amy's shoulder to show Jake as he is talking. Amy gets suspicious and asks where he is and then he walks up to them and introduces himself as Amy's boss. Amy asks why he is there and he says that he is also on a date and he noticed at that moment that his date was leaving, so he ran after her saying that the prank was worth it. Opening credits roll.

The rest is still TBA

CastEdit

Actor Character
Andy Samberg ... Jake Peralta
Stephanie Beatriz ... Rosa Diaz
Terry Crews ... Terry Jeffords
Melissa Fumero ... Amy Santiago
Joe Lo Truglio ... Charles Boyle
Chelsea Peretti ... Gina Linetti
Andre Braugher ... Captain Ray Holt
Dirk Blocker ... Michael Hitchcock
Joel McKinnon Miller ... Norm Scully
Mary Elizabeth Ellis ... Dr. Rossi
Becky Thyre ... Mrs. Patterson
Houston Rhines ... Gabe
Amanda Reed ... Sue
Martinez ... Purse Snatcher
Wayne Lopez ... Arnie Miller
Gregoer Boru ... Tattooed Perp (uncredited)

Running GagsEdit

Title of Amy's Sex TapeEdit

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  • When Amy says that she could "go on and on," Jake tells her that that's something no lover of hers has ever said to her.

TriviaEdit

  • The episode scored 3.34 million U.S. viewers.
  • Goof: In the scene in the interrogation room at the beginning of the episode when Amy demonstrates how Jake is a bad secondary, in the first part you can see Amy and the perp's reflection in the mirror/window, but when the camera goes to Jake and back in the room, the reflection is gone and only shows an empty room just before it's broken.

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