|#||Episode Title||Original Air Date||User Rating|
|101||Pilot||September 17, 2013||3.7|
|A strict new captain, Raymond Holt, means trouble for the squad's carefree, yet brilliant, detective Jake Peralta. Meanwhile, Boyle repeatedly tries to ask Rosa out on a date.|
|102||The Tagger||September 24, 2013||4.3|
|Fed up with Jake's petulant attitude, Captain Holt assigns him to a mundane graffiti case. When the culprit is apprehended and turns out to be the Deputy Commissioner's son, Peralta and the Captain struggle over how to proceed. Meanwhile, Gina's psychic friend frightens Boyle.|
|103||The Slump||October 1, 2013||3.7|
|Stuck in a run of unsolved cases, Jake fears he's in a slump, while the other detectives worry about his losing streak rubbing off on them. Meanwhile, Santiago enlists Rosa and Gina when Holt asks her to speak to at-risk youths. Meanwhile, Terry need Boyle's help on a secret project.|
|104||M.E. Time||October 8, 2013||4.0|
|When Boyle takes lead on a possible homicide, Jake's attraction to the medical examiner delays the autopsy report. Meanwhile, Amy calls on Terry's artistic skills when the sketch artist falls sick.|
|105||The Vulture||October 15, 2013||4.0|
|Jake is close to solving a case when a detective from Special Crimes takes over, just in time to claim the credit. Meanwhile, Captain Holt and Gina trick Terry in to returning to a shooting range.|
|106||Halloween||October 22, 2013||3.7|
|Jake bets Captain Holt that he can steal his Medal of Valor before midnight on Halloween. Meanwhile, Amy is unhappy when she's forced to dress up in costume to go undercover at a Halloween party.|
|107||48 Hours||November 5, 2013||4.3|
|When Jakes arrests a suspect with little evidence, the squad has 48 hours to collect enough proof to make the charges stick or they must release him. Meanwhile, Charles judges a pie contest when Rosa and Gina argue over the best pie in town, and the Captain helps Terry deal with his brother-in-law.|
|108||Old School||November 12, 2013||4.0|
|When Jake meets one of his heroes, Jimmy Brogan, a former crime reporter, he tries to emulate his hero's old fashioned attitudes. His infatuation with the old-style reporter ends after Jake makes some drunken comments about the precinct which Brogan sees as "on the record". Meanwhile, Terry and Charles coach Rosa on how to appear on the witness stand.|
|109||Sal's Pizza||November 19, 2013||3.7|
|When Jake's favorite pizza place burns down, he sets out to prove the Fire Marshall wrong after Sal is accused of burning down his own restaurant. Meanwhile, a computer virus at the precinct causes embarrassment when it prints out everybody's browser history.|
|110||Thanksgiving||November 26, 2013||4.3|
|Amy invites the whole precinct over for Thanksgiving dinner at her apartment, but her plans go awry when Jake leaves with the Captain to catch a suspect.|
|111||Christmas||December 3, 2013||4.0|
|When the Captain receives death threats, Jake is put in charge of his personal security. Meanwhile, Amy tries to get the precinct to pose for a Christmas picture, while Sergeant Jeffords faces his final psych eval.|
|112||Pontiac Bandit||January 7, 2014||4.3|
|Rosa gets information on a car thief who has eluded Jake's capture. Meanwhile, the precinct struggles to accommodate a scooter-bound Charles, and Captain Holt tries to find a home for two puppies.|
|113||The Bet||January 14, 2014||4.0|
|When Jake wins a bet against Amy over who can catch the most criminals, she must go on a date with him. Meanwhile, Captain Holt holds a celebration for Charles, whose pain meds cause him to be unusually candid.|
|114||The Ebony Falcon||January 21, 2014||4.0|
|When Sergeant Jeffords returns to fieldwork in an undercover operation, Jake tries to keep his emotions in check. Meanwhile, Amy and Rosa come to Gina's aid after she's robbed.|
|115||Operation Broken Feather||February 2, 2014||4.0|
|Jake is upset when he learns Amy is considering leaving the precinct to work with "the Vulture" at the Special Crimes unit. Meanwhile, Jeffords helps Captain Holt reorganize the precinct to make it more productive.|
|116||The Party||February 4, 2014||4.0|
|When the precinct celebrate Captain Holt's birthday at his house, they fail to make a good impression on Raymond's husband.|
|117||Full Boyle||February 11, 2014||3.5|
|Jake tries to stop Charles going "full Boyle" in his new relationship with Vivian. Meanwhile, Rosa and Amy deal with a caped vigilante, and Holt faces competition at the police organization he founded.|
|118||The Apartment||February 25, 2014||3.5|
|Jake's debts finally catch up with him and put him in danger of losing his apartment, unless Gina finds a way to bail him out. Meanwhile, Captain Holt and Sergeant Jeffords hold performance reviews for everybody at the precinct, and Rosa and Boyle have a conflict with one of the weekend officers.|
|119||Tactical Village||March 4, 2014||4.0|
|The squad takes part in a mandatory training day, competing with other regional precincts. On the training day, Amy runs into Teddy, a fellow officer she used to date. Meanwhile, Holt becomes addicted to a game on his phone and Rosa is snubbed by Charles.|
|120||Fancy Brudgom||March 11, 2014||4.0|
|When Charles picks Jake as his best man, Peralta tries to convince him to stand up to Vivian. Meanwhile, Gina and Amy help Terry adhere to a new diet, while Holt forces Rosa to apologize to an officer she humiliated.|
|121||Unsolvable||March 18, 2014||3.5|
|When Jake gets the weekend off after a run of solving cases, he spends his time attempting to solve an unsolvable case. Meanwhile, Amy deceives the Captain to get time off work for a romantic weekend, while Gina and Rosa let Charles in to their secret bathroom.|
|122||Charges and Specs||March 25, 2014||4.0|
|When Jake continues to investigate a case after it was closed by Commissioner Podolski, he is fired from the NYPD. Meanwhile, Charles is distraught when Vivian breaks up with him right before their wedding.|
Brooklyn Nine-Nine begins when a new captain, Raymond Holt, is assigned to the ninety-ninth precinct. The strict new captain clashes with the precinct's star cop, Jake Peralta, whose great detective skills are let down by his immature and care-free attitude. The show's early episodes focus on Captain Holt, whose ambition to have his own precinct has finally come true, trying to fix up the precinct and improve its performance.
At the start of the series, Jake and Amy were competitive colleagues who had an ongoing bet over who would solve the most cases. According to the terms of the bet, if Amy won she would get Jake's Mustang, while if Jake won he would get to take Amy out on a date in said car.
Jake and Amy rushed to get as many arrests as possible before their bet ended. In the end Jake was the winner. Jake promised to take Amy on the worst date in the history of the world. He had an elaborate evening planned which included renting a tiger cub, hiring a youth choir, and going to a photo studio. Charles could see that Jake's huge effort was more than just a childish joke and that Jake clearly liked Amy. During the date, the Captain ordered Jake to go stake out a drop site. Unable to reschedule his date, Jake took Amy with him on the stakeout.
Jake and Amy bonded as they watched over the drop site. When the Captain called Jake and offered to send in a relief squad, Jake turned it down. Jake and Amy successfully caught the criminals together. Despite Jake's attempts to make it a horrible date, Amy described it as "good" because they caught bad guys.
When the squad attended a training course at a tactical village, Amy ran into a fellow police officer, Teddy Wells, who she used to date. Amy had only broken up with Teddy because he was stationed in Queens, so she never got to see him. Seeing Amy with Teddy, Jake started to confront his feelings for her. When Jake wondered why Amy was with Teddy, Boyle told him it's because he actually asked her out. It looked like Jake would finally ask Amy out, but he aborted the plan when Amy mentioned she was back together with Teddy.
Seeing Amy and Teddy together in a relationship, Jake threw himself into his work, obsessing about a supposedly "unsolvable" case. When Jake agreed to lead an undercover mission for the FBI, Jake said goodbye to Amy in the precinct's car park. He admitted to her that he would have liked something to happen between them, romantic-styles, if she wasn't already in a relationship.
In the beginning, Charles had a crush on Rosa, even though she did not feel the same way about him. Charles tried to get close to Rosa, but she made it clear she only thought of him as a friend. When Charles met Vivian Ludley, a food author, at Captain Holt's party, he soon fell head-over-heels for her. Jake tried to stop Charles going "Full Boyle", but it soon became clear that Vivian felt as strongly about Charles as he did for her. Charles and Vivian quickly got engaged. During this engagement to Vivian, Charles apologized to Rosa for being so creepy towards her over the past year.
Vivian surprised Charles by telling him she got a job in suburban Ottawa and wanted him to retire from the NYPD and move with her to Canada. Charles did not really want to leave his job and friends behind, but he was so in love with Vivian that he couldn't tell her. Eventually, Charles worked up the courage to talk to Vivian, and it looked like they could work it out. Unfortunately, Vivian later broke up with Charles, calling off their engagement.
At the start of the series, Terry was on administrative leave. Ever since he and his wife had their twin baby girls, Cagney and Lacey, Terry was too scared of getting hurt and subsequently lost his edge. Captain Holt and Gina tricked Terry into returning to a shooting range to have him recertified.
On the day of the Sergeant's psych evaluation, it didn't look like Terry was ready to return to the field. When Gina interrupted the session to tell Terry the Captain was in danger, Sergeant Jeffords stamped his evaluation form, and went out to find the Captain. The Sergeant fired the shot that took down the newly-released criminal who was after Holt. Terry later had to explain to his nervous wife why he was back in the field without telling her.
FOX picked up Brooklyn Nine-Nine for thirteen episodes on May 8, 2013. The show premiered on September 27, 2013 and, after five episodes had aired, FOX picked the show up for a full season of twenty-two episodes on October 18, 2013. FOX, who were broadcasting the 2014 Superbowl, also announced their intention to give one of their post-Superbowl timeslots to Brooklyn Nine-Nine, as part of a one-hour comedy event with New Girl.