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  • when it comes to the art of sudden scene cuts for comedic effect, Brooklyn 99 is rarely, if ever found lacking.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Brooklyn 99 cutaways.

  • We get to field test a bunch of cool new weapons, and there's always a new training situation.

  • Last year's was Prison break.

  • It got super violent.

  • It's like being in an action movie for this list.

  • We're looking at what we feel are the funniest and most clever of the show's cutaway gags.

  • Those jokes in which a described situation is briefly shown before abruptly returning to the ongoing plot.

  • Sometimes it's a matter of the length of the gag.

  • Other times it's the visual payoff to an earlier set up.

  • Regardless, the end result is we're left laughing.

  • Please be aware that as this involves explaining the context and pay off of certain jokes, spoilers will be present.

  • Number 10.

  • While Jake was gone, it's easy to think that in the time between seasons when Detective Jake Peralta is undercover, some serious hijinks would ensue with the 99 All right, Bill me and tell me everything I missed.

  • However, this ended up not being the case, as the episode undercover quickly makes clear.

  • While Jake seeks to get caught up on the events that transpired at the precinct since his departure, Rosa begins to inform him of the few noteworthy events that occurred Won't take long.

  • Only three things happen.

  • Terry chipped his tooth and had a list for a week.

  • Listen up, even.

  • Sorry, did I say something amusing you?

  • What were shown in a trio of quick cuts is less hysterical madness and more of a string of mildly ought occurrences.

  • What it lacks in drama, though, the scene makes up for in fund sight gags.

  • Such is the reason for headphones being been great.

  • Recap number nine, The wooden duck.

  • I would be happy to assist you if you will just admit, Raymond that you threw my decoy in the garbage.

  • That will never happen because it's not true.

  • Thank you for nothing.

  • Good day.

  • One of Captain Raymond holds most interesting qualities, is a deep rooted Pettiness when it comes to those he feels have wronged him, an inability to let go of grudges and ill will.

  • It also tends to come up at the most inconvenient times, such as when Jake asked his assistance in finding an o b g y n for Terry Jeffords.

  • Pregnant wife Sharon.

  • I'd be happy to help.

  • Great.

  • We need a doctor here immediately.

  • We have to get your ex boyfriend.

  • I will not help Jake and a reluctant hold go to visit one of holds ex boyfriends, Frederick, who was sore about Holt supposedly throwing a prized wooden duck in the trash out of jealousy.

  • As it turns out, though, the reality is both more extreme and more amusingly basic.

  • Hold actually pushed the duck off a bridge because he didn't like its beak.

  • I didn't throw the duck in the garbage.

  • I threw it off a bridge number eight.

  • Too much information.

  • Charles Boyle sure loves to chat more than is reasonable.

  • Every time you talk, I hear that sound that plays on Pac Man dies.

  • That's part of why it's amusing to witness Gina desperately try to keep their budding affair under wraps.

  • Charles, I'm concerned that you're going to tell Jake about the knowing how much Boyle likes to confide and Jake about his most unsettling or just plain weird stories.

  • Gina makes clear how imperative Boils silences once Jake has returned from undercover work, unfortunately, were immediately given evidence by a cutaway that this will be quite the unique struggle for Boyle.

  • He really just doesn't seem to have any restraint when it comes to sharing Jake's back and you tell him everything I don't I got aroused last night watching a nature documentary on bees.

  • I was fine until they went inside the high.

  • Frankly, we'd like to forget learning that much about Boils.

  • Attractions Number seven holds freak out.

  • It's not like we're college professors calling ourselves doctor.

  • Kids don't ever disrespect Entomology.

  • At the very least, it seems unwise to do so in front of one Raymond Hold.

  • Ever the stickler for clearly defined rules and principles during the events of the box, in which Captain Holt and Jake seek to get a confession from suspected murderer Phillip Davidson Davidson's credentials as a dentist or brought up doctor.

  • It's funny when people call dentist doctor we are doctors.

  • Initially, it seems like a case of Holt's simply nit picking the notion of dentists being comparable to doctors.

  • But then he keeps getting Maur exasperated and indignant when someone has a heart attack on the plane today.

  • Yet out your does anybody here have a history?

  • A Ph.

  • D is a doctor read.

  • Cutting out Justice holds ranting seems to be reaching a fever pitch.

  • The scenes implications and the subsequent cool down leave quite an impression.

  • I know we live in a world where anything could mean anything, and nobody it's about.

  • Apparently, that's a trigger for me.

  • Yeah, apparently Number six.

  • Hold and the soup.

  • Interesting.

  • Very, very interesting.

  • It might not be the best use of a detective's time, but it sure is a fun turn of events during the Cold Open to Beach House, an eagle eyed Jake notes Gina walking off with a plastic bag and can only draw one.

  • Conclusion.

  • A very pantsless.

  • Captain Holt.

  • Here are the facts.

  • 11:55 a.m. Captain Holt walked past us, holding a hot bowl of soup at 12:03 p.m. I heard him yell out, were then treated to a rundown of further evidence backing up Jake's claim before he sets about his new mission of proving the captain's predicament.

  • Jake's determination, however, quickly outpaces his common sense as he ultimately makes the same mistake.

  • Hold dead.

  • Good thing holds.

  • Desk is big enough for two.

  • Look at us.

  • Just three people with pants on having a normal conversation.

  • Yep, no story here.

  • Number five.

  • The Santiago Drunkenness scale.

  • But I've never seen six drink Amy.

  • Maybe she's the one I could actually be friends with.

  • A k a absurd is the notion of drunk personas.

  • Maybe it's still grants characters licensed to go wild with unusual yet entertaining behavior.

  • So it goes with Amy Santiago is escalating misadventures when inebriated, a concept introduced by Gina as she and other 99 folks prepare for a beach house excursion.

  • Gina's sardonic descriptions of the various drunk levels, as conveyed by the ever witty Chelsea Paretti, are endearing in themselves.

  • Three.

  • Drinks Amy Dance Pants.

  • Four.

  • Drink Amy is a bit of a pervert.

  • Hey, check it out yet It's the visual cuts to Melissa Romero's Amy acting out overly enthusiastic flirtation, aggressive overconfidence and other intense emotional states that make this magnificent comedy work.

  • Five.

  • Drink Amy is weirdly confident.

  • Let's do this little man number four Bad Secondary.

  • Hey Boyle.

  • No, you haven't.

  • Peralta's a secondary in awhile.

  • Be careful to be rough.

  • What a strange way to incur property damage while on the job.

  • One might raise an eyebrow when Amy warns Boyle about working a case with Jake as a secondary.

  • After all, Jake and Boils.

  • Friendship is legendary, of course.

  • It's quickly revealed why she harbors a certain lingering weariness.

  • Jakes not exactly good at hanging back and acting in a support role.

  • Actually, that's putting it lightly.

  • Jake has the death of a poor, defenseless one way mirror on his hands because of his need for control.

  • So you were just borrowing those cars bank account about.

  • Besides being a fund aside, it also Handley sets up the conflict for the rest of the episode.

  • Number three.

  • The pinata incident, central to Terri's personal growth in the first season, is dealing with lingering tension and stress from the so called mannequin incident.

  • I haven't found a weapon since the incident.

  • The mannequin incident, a familiar theme.

  • That's not the only incident haunting Terry, though, as becomes apparent when Captain Hold seeks Terry's assistance at a shooting range via flashback were shown that Terry freaking out and firing blindly at a target was not an isolated issue What makes this potentially unsettling moment funny lies both in Terry's over the top, shrieking and in How Jake reacts to the slain pinata.

  • Another gotta cool it, man Candy.

  • Honestly, we'd probably be no different.

  • Number two.

  • Scary Terry.

  • Hey, Sarge, I need someone fall outta line up.

  • Will you be scary, Terry?

  • Sometimes it's the little things in comedy.

  • What glimpses we get of Terry's life and interest beyond the 99 suggest how comically mundane yet seemingly Ernest the men truly is.

  • This is perhaps best showcased with the persona of Scary Terry, a character Terry portrays on occasion when the 99 needs to fill out a lineup.

  • Though only shown briefly as part of a request made by Charles Boyle, it's still enough to grasp Scary Terry's nature.

  • Plus, it's fun to imagine how much Terry wants to embrace being blunt, angry and very openly passionate about local produce.

  • Before we unveil our most hilarious number one pick, here are some honorable mentions.

  • What made you decide to tell us now?

  • Charles found on the road trip, and I was positive he was not gonna be able to keep the secret for much longer.

  • E I mean, not by but by I mean CIA.

  • We have from having sex with men just being a dude who's left and right.

  • I just stopped.

  • Same pile together.

  • Ever since we've been down here, you've been a little depressed.

  • Wait, How did you do that?

  • I have a dark past now.

  • You know my deepest shame.

  • I said you two need a bone.

  • Oh, do you, Detective Dee?

  • As I am your superior officer phone.

  • What happens in my bedroom, Detective is none of your business.

  • Oh, don't ever speak to me like that again, Officer.

  • Deep more help me off my crime scene.

  • So I gave him a little Thank you present.

  • Hey, deep war.

  • You're gonna bag evidence like a five year old.

  • You should have the proper tools.

  • It's a my first police kit.

  • The walking talkie blows bubbles.

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  • Number one Annoyance by guitar.

  • Let it never be said that Jake lacks follow through for ideas he believes in by rushing to arrest suspected jewelry thief Justin Whitman, played by guest star kid cutie Jake, puts the 99 in the position of having to definitively prove the man's guilt within two days.

  • What evidence did you have when you arrested this guy?

  • Pretty ironclad stuff.

  • Destin.

  • It's been a while.

  • I have asked you a few questions.

  • Well, well, well.

  • If it isn't joke.