Season 8 of NBC’s cop drama “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has come to an end after eight years of captivating millions of viewers. The season, which aired on NBC from August 12 to September 16, is currently accessible on Hulu and Peacock Premium. From the need for police reform following George Floyd’s killing and the resulting worldwide demonstrations to the challenges of living in a country still recovering from a pandemic, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” tackles these problems hard on. After that, it bids its fans farewell with nothing but respect.
Of course, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s” last season can’t help but crack a few jokes. Despite the several serious concerns it addresses, it concludes on a positive note. This offers the program a multi-layered denouement, with each character’s story finishing in a different (but still joyful) way. So, without further ado, here’s what occurs at the end of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s” final season, as stated.
The Squad Leave The 99 For The Final Time | Brooklyn 99 Season 8 Episode 9/10
Before the finish, there is just one more task to complete.
In the final episodes of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” the 99th precinct crew faces some of their most difficult difficulties ever. Following the murder of George Floyd, which is detailed in the program, Detective Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) leaves the NYPD to work as a private investigator and fight against the widespread police brutality in New York (and the country).
Season 8 is mostly devoted to her and the rest of the precinct’s battles with a system that shields police who commit abuse. Amy (Melissa Fumero) and Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) lead a new department devoted to reforming the NYPD after the end of the film. Of course, this does not cure the problem right away, but it does signal a positive shift inside the police force.
The precinct, however, still has a very important duty to complete now that their worst problems are behind them. In celebration of Amy and Holt’s leaving, they must pull off one more crime together. Since the first season of the program, heist episodes have been a treasured tradition inside the precinct, and they’re always packed with surprising twists.
The Season 8 robbery is no exception, with all of the squad’s leaving members attempting to control the theft in order to provide their “perfect farewell.” Unfortunately, all of their plans collide, culminating in a chaotic catastrophe in which Hitchcock (Dirk Blocker) and Scully (Joel McKinnon Miller), the precinct’s most inept policemen, emerge victorious.
Some characters progress to higher levels of development.
Despite Hitchcock and Scully’s surprise victory, the entire precinct ends their heist night on a happy note. Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg), the series’ protagonist, confesses midway through the robbery that he, too, intends to leave the precinct so that he and Amy may focus on their young boy. Of course, during the robbery, he tries his own “perfect farewell,” which fails spectacularly, but the meaning is not lost on him.
As the crew celebrates their final theft, each member of the group exchanges meaningful messages with the others. Captain Holt, whom Jake regards as a father figure, bestows tremendous praise on Jake. Terry (Terry Crews) has recently been elevated to Captain as Holt’s replacement, and he trusts Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) to keep the busy precinct under control.
Before the squad gathers their belongings and takes one last journey down the precinct’s historic elevator, Amy and Rosa share love thoughts as dear friends. Gina (Chelsea Peretti) is also suspected of stealing a diamond from the evidence locker. Each squad member goes on to greater and better things, even though they may never work together again.
Despite this, nothing much has changed.
You’re mistaken if you think the primary protagonists of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” splitting up implies they’re no longer buddies. The series’ last minutes center on the renowned 99th precinct squad about one year later, in a nice little epilogue. Terry has thoroughly embraced his new captaincy, while Boyle has (in his own unique manner) taken on the position of Jake. He even has an excessively eager sidekick, matching his own relationship with his former crime-fighting companion. However, something unexpected occurs just as Terry is winding up the morning meeting.
Related – The Ending Of Stowaway – EXPLAINED!
Jake reappears dressed as a showman to proclaim the start of the heist for this year. Allowing Hitchcock and Scully to emerge victorious at the end is a disgrace, and he isn’t the only returning character. Holt, dressed as a janitor, wheeled in a plastic bin carrying Rosa, while Amy peered down from above. While “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” is no longer on the air, the characters’ friendships, memories, and traditions will live on in the hearts of fans.