Serve & Protect Season 4, Episode 14 - Aired April 18, 2017

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Terry's ex replaces Teddy in evaluating the precinct, but Jake and Rosa are distracted by a burglary case that occurred on the set of one of their favorite detective TV shows. As the rest of the Nine-Nine concentrate on the audit (and Terry's past relationship strategies), Jake and Rosa pass time with the series star and producer, who meddle in the case and charm Jake with the glamor of show business.

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Guest Stars: Nathan Fillion as Mark Devereaux, Kimberly Hébert Gregory as Veronica Hopkins, Greg Germann as Gary Lurmax, Kelly Sullivan as Cassie Sinclair, Sujata Day as Sarah, Steven M. Gagnon as Deputy Commissioner Grayson, Diana Lu as Mattingly, Jesse Mackey as Pervert, Juliet Tondowski as Young Woman

Writers: Andrew Guest, Alexis Wilkinson

Director: Michael Schur

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Episode Quotes

Rosa: Hey, man. We gotta be cool, all right? I know you have some fantasy about being a movie star.
Jake: I don't fantasize about being a movie star. I fantasize about meeting one. And being invited to a party at George Clooney's villa, where he pranks me and then we prank Matt Damon together and then Damon's like "Peralta, you got the goods. You're gonna be the star of my next movie." Wait, maybe I do want to be a movie star.

Charles: My point is, I'm worried that Veronica will never forgive Terry. Is there anyone above her that you can appeal to?
Captain Holt: She reports to Deputy Commissioner Grayson. I've already tried to set up a meeting with him. He's on vacation with his family in the Poconos.
Charles: Okay, so maybe we find out where he's staying and just happen to run into him and accidentally strike up a little convo about the Nine-Nine.
Captain Holt: That seems rather underhanded.
Charles: Desperate times call for Desperate Housewives.
Captain Holt: What?
Charles: Measures. I said measures.

Charles: Frankly, sir, I know it's not protocol, but we don't have any other option.
Captain Holt: Yes. Good point. It's not protocol. But it just might work. You know, Boyle, you're a bad influence on me.
Charles: I've never been a bad influence on anyone! Should I bring my leather jacket? It's ankle-length and fitted. I won't bring it; it's too nice.

Mark Devereaux: Well, what have we here?
Rosa: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Don't touch that.
Mark Devereaux: Isn't this the case the laptop was in?
Jake: Yes, but in real life, when we handle evidence, we gotta wear gloves.
Mark Devereaux: I never wear gloves on the show. Fans love to see my fingers. Almost as much as they love seeing my feet. Google it.
Rosa: Nah.
Jake: Nah.

Rosa: Listen to yourself. You're letting all of this cloud your judgment.
Jake: I love clouds; they keep the sun away on hot days.
Rosa: He doesn't want us to solve this crime, so he's buying us off. It's shady.
Jake: I love the shade; it keeps the sun away on hot days.

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