Mr. Santiago Season 4, Episode 7 - Aired November 22, 2016

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At Amy's intricately planned Thanksgiving dinner, Jake goes "full Santiago" (binder and all) in order to impress her father (guest star Jimmy Smits), a former cop. With Jake and Amy's focus elsewhere, Charles is left on turkey duty and Holt helps Pimento cope after learning he can no longer work for the NYPD.

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Guest Stars: Hermie Castillo as Alan, Don Creech as Bill Russo, Kevin Dorff as Hank, Mike Ostroski as Benji Russo, Gina Torrecilla as Cindy Russo, Jason Mantzoukas as Adrian Pimento, Jimmy Smits as Victor Santiago

Writers: Neil Campbell

Director: Alex Reid

 This episode features in the list Jake and Amy: Key Episodes.

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Episode Quotes

Adrian Pimento: No, no, no, I don't mess with computers, okay? Ever since I died of dysentery on the Oregon Trail, I was like, no thank you. I'm done with this.

Charles: [attempting to impersonate Holt eating a marshmallow] Ooh, mm-hmm, mm-hmm-hmm-hmm!
Jake: That's your Holt impression?
Charles: I can hear him doing that.

Captain Holt: My advice: don't be overconfident. The first time I met Kevin's parents, I called Brahm's "Funf Gesange" opus 106 when it is, obviously, opus 104. They haven't spoken to me since.
Jake: Really? Just for that?
Captain Holt: Yes. Also because they're huge homophobes who think that I made Kevin gay with my magic genitalia.
Jake: That's super sad, but I do like hearing you say the word "genitalia".

TV Announcer: The Cairn Terrier is intelligent and inquisitive with a bold personality.
Captain Holt: [chuckles] "A bold personality." We know what that's code for: she's a bitch.

Captain Holt: Listen, mister, I didn't give you that money so you could throw it away. I want it back. We're gonna pay your bookie a visit.
Adrian Pimento: What?
Captain Holt: And so help me God, you better hope I don't miss the "in memoriam."
Adrian Pimento: If it's dead dogs you wanna see, I know where to get my hands on dozens of them.