Chasing Amy Season 4, Episode 18 - 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: Sarah Baker as Kylie, Cornell Adams as Ray, Seth Carr as Young Holt, Josh Franklin as Tina Boyle, Christopher Gehrman as Sam Boyle, Carole Gutierrez as Beth Nurminstein, AJ Hudson as Dylan, Jim Senti as Trivia Host

Writers: Matt Lawton

Director: Luke Del Tredici

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Episode Quotes

Jake: I can't believe this is happening. I didn't think there was any way she could fail the practice test.
Rosa: Well, we still have three hours until the exam.
Jake: First we gotta figure out where she is. All right, think. If you were Amy, where would you be right now?
Gina: Oh, uh, boring pantsuit store. A crossword factory? A museum of retainers and headgear? Is it possible to enter the color beige?

Jake: Hey.
Amy: How'd you find me?
Jake: January 14th, 2014. Detectives Peralta and Santiago conducted surveillance from a rooftop at 397 Barton Street. This is where we came the night I won our bet and you fell in love with me.
Amy: Jake.
Jake: The night that you flirted with me for 20 seconds and I became obsessed with you forever.

Charles: No, that's the Boyle family sourdough starter. It's fed us for 140 years. The bread it births is succulent and firm. Tang for days.
Gina: I hate so many of the words you just used.

Jake: Amy's not in the break room.
Rosa: Or the evidence room.
Hitchcock: Or the ladies' bathroom. You know what? I'll check again.
Rosa: I've never seen him walk with such purpose. What a wretched man.

Sergeant Jeffords: Sir, a witness just came in with her child. While she was being interviewed, I took the kid to the soft room, and the toy situation in there is kind of bleak.
Captain Holt: Is this your opinion or the child's opinion?
Sergeant Jeffords: It's mine.
Captain Holt: Trick question. Any opinion about toys is a child's opinion.