113 - The Bet Aired January 14, 2014

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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.

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Guest Stars: Dirk Blocker as Hitchcock, Joel McKinnon Miller as Scully, Merrin Dungey as Sharon, Jess Allen as Delivery Guy, Mark Berry as Deputy Chief Gerber, Mel Cowan as Dr. Nash, Matthew Isaac Harris as Perp, Armand Vasquez as Photographer, West Los Angeles Children's Choir as Themselves, Kirk Bovill as Paul Haimes, Daniel Moncada as Perp #2

Writers: Laura McCreary

Director: Julian Farino

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Episode Quotes

Captain Holt: Oh, I've caused a problem. I think I am getting a text message. Bloop. Ah, there it is.

Hitchcock: What bet? What are you guys talking about?
Terry: Seriously? The bet? They've been keeping score all year. It comes up all the time. What are you doing all day?!
Hitchcock: Nothing. Why, you want to hang out?

Ray: Both of you have done exemplary work, which I appreciate.
Jake: And I can see that by the absolutely no indicators on your face.

Captain Holt: Gina, please keep an eye on Boyle today. He's gonna say something to the wrong person and get himself punched.
Gina: Sure, I'd love to see Charles get punched.
Captain Holt: Try again.
Gina: I will stop Charles from getting punched.
Captain Holt: Correct.

Charles: Jake, do you know why little boys pull little girls' pigtails on playgrounds?
Jake: Because they're so easy to grab, they're just begging to be pulled.
Charles: Because they like the girls and that's the only way they know how to get their attention.
Jake: What are you saying?
Charles: All of this teasing. This elaborate date. Somewhere deep down, you like Amy. Like like her like her.