Cop-Con Season 4, Episode 17 - Aired May 9, 2017

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The precinct packs up and heads to the Tri-State Police Officers' annual Cop-Con, which is usually the Nine-Nine's excuse for a big annual party. But the squad's fun is threatened this year when Holt asks them to be on their best behavior. Then, Amy suddenly vanishes hours before taking the Sergeant Exam, and it's up to Jake and Rosa to find her before it's too late.

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Guest Stars: Andy Daley as Jeffrey Bouche, Michael Gantz as Detective Dyson, Audrey Wasilewski as Cindy Shatz, Vishesh Chachra as Fred Manchille, Sarah Baker as Kylie

Writers: Andy Gosche

Director: Giovani Lampassi

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Episode Quotes

Jake: What's up?
Captain Holt: I need my laptop. I wanna practice my speech with the new colors beforehand so I'm not alarmed when they pop up.

Captain Holt: Oh, I see what's happening here. Uh, due to an issue with the Internet cloud, you are seeing a series of pictures that have nothing to do with me or the 99th precinct.

Sergeant Jeffords: Uh, why are you doing that?
Captain Holt: On the other side of your trunk, is the worst person I've ever met. Captain Jeffrey Bouche, the living embodiment of evil.
Jeffrey Bouche: Raymond Holt? As I live and breathe. You have not aged a day. So how's Kevin? How's Cheddar? Come on. Tell me everything.
Captain Holt: Kevin is fine. Cheddar is a dog. He has no concept of good or bad.

Sergeant Jeffords: You're being a little harsh on him, Captain.
Captain Holt: I've been up for promotions against that man on six occasions, and he's prevailed every single time. Why? Because he's a snake.
Sergeant Jeffords: Isn't it possible he gets promotions because he's nice and people like him?
Captain Holt: Please, I hate to say this about anyone, let alone a fellow officer, but that man is full of balogna.
Sergeant Jeffords: Baloney.
Captain Holt: You're right. He's so vile, we should use the crude Americanization of the word. He's full of baloney.

Jake: Holt went to bed early 'cause his big speech is in the morning.
Sergeant Jeffords: Well, how do you know he's in for the night?
Jake: Because his breakfast order is hanging on the doorknob. Water, comma, hot. Muffin, comma, English. And that means it's time for us to hard, comma, party.