[S5E20] Show Me Going
The show revolves around the fictitious 99th precinct of the New York Police Department in Brooklyn and the officers and detectives that work in the precinct. In the episode, there's an active shooting in a hotel and is reported that Rosa is near the location and is called to help, which begins worrying the precinct for her safety. Jake intends to help her but Holt refuses to let him leave the building. Meanwhile, Terry faces an existential crisis, and Gina and Amy try to make themselves useful by fixing Rosa's broken toilet.
[S5E20] Show Me Going
The squad is told to remain in the precinct and continue their jobs, per the Commissioner's orders. However, Jake is intent on going to help Rosa but Raymond Holt (Andre Braugher) strictly tells him not to leave the building. During this, Terry Jeffords (Terry Crews) begins experiencing an existential crisis and tries to up his life insurance policy, calling in a doctor to take his blood pressure. Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) and Gina Linetti (Chelsea Peretti) decide to fix the broken women's toilet on their floor but end up breaking the pipelines.
With help from Boyle, Michael Hitchcock (Dirk Blocker) and Norm Scully (Joel McKinnon Miller), Jake gets weapons from the armory, faking Holt's voice for permission and proceeds to leave the building. However, Holt catches him and tells him that he has to remain to help the others, who are worried about Rosa's status. Jake still leaves in his car but instead of helping Rosa, he comes back with pizzas for the precinct to calm them down. This even brings down Terry's blood pressure. An hour later, Rosa returns safely and she is welcomed into the precinct. Gina shows her the broken toilet as Amy returns, and the three hug.
Show Me GoingSeason 5, Episode 20Air date:May 6, 2018Written by:Phil Augusta JacksonDirected by:Maggie CareyEpisode GuidePrevious:Bachelor/ette PartyNext:White Whale"Show Me Going" is the 20th episode of Season Five of the FOX television show Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It aired on May 6, 2018.
Jake and Charles try to get places on a multi-agency, multi-state task force. However, Jake previously injured the task force head in the police academy, so the two are forced to return to the precinct. There, they learn that there is a shooting in a hotel in Brooklyn Heights is taking place. After hearing Rosa say "Diaz, 3118, show me going", they realize Rosa is near the scene and in extreme danger.
The squad is told to remain in the precinct and continue their jobs, per the Commissioner's orders. However, Jake is intent on going to help Rosa but Holt strictly tells him not to leave the building. During this, Terry begins experiencing an existential crisis and tries to up his life insurance policy, calling in a doctor to take his blood pressure. Amy and Gina decide to fix the broken women's toilet on their floor but end up breaking the pipelines.
With help from Boyle, Hitchcock and Scully, Jake gets weapons from the armory, faking Holt's voice for permission and proceeds to leave the building. However, Holt catches him and tells him that he has to remain to help the others, who are worried about Rosa's status. Jake still leaves in his car but instead of helping Rosa, he comes back with pizzas for the precinct to calm them down. This even brings down Terry's blood pressure. An hour later, Rosa returns safely and she is welcomed into the precinct. Gina shows her the broken toilet as Amy returns, and the three hug.
Amy: Sorry. We should just give up. This was such a dumb idea.Gina: Yeah, it would only matter if we actually thought Rosa was coming home today.Amy: We should keep going, right?Gina: Definitely. Also, it's fun to watch you get destroyed by a toilet.
Captain Holt: What's going on? Why are you fighting?Hitchcock: Well, he punched me in the nuts, so I punched him in the nuts, so he punched me in the nuts, so I punched him in the nuts.Captain Holt: But why? You still haven't told me why.
Captain Holt: Okay, before we get going, Sgt. Jeffords has suggested that it would improve morale if we started the meeting with some consensual non-work jabber.Sergeant Jeffords: I just said it might be nice if you checked in on the squad's personal lives every now and then.Captain Holt: Exactly, jabber.
Captain Holt: I know you're all concerned about Rosa, but she's not going in alone. She's part of a massive NYPD response.Amy: And it's Rosa, right? I mean, she's a badass. She's the toughest of all of us. No offense, guys.Sergeant Jeffords: No, that's accurate.Jake: Very fair.Hitchcock: I could take her. What? I'm wily.
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But Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 20 showed us how much he's grown since the show started. No running away into a bottle or marrying strangers in Vegas this time. Nope. No, this time he went to help a little old lady instead. Talk about a change of pace.
Kannell's going to need his new LT's support. It looks like Squad is heading to Soldier Field (which seems awfully far from 51, but who cares, SOLDIER FIELD!), and the rescue doesn't go smoothly for the new recruit.
Mr Smitson: I called 8 organisations and they have a wait list for emergency funds. I don't know what to do. I just, I don't know.Bailey: Mr Smitson, it's time to stop now.Mr Smitson: Maybe if we just go to the airport they'll let us on a flight. I mean, people do things like that right? For a sick child they'll...Bailey: Mr Smitson...Mr Smitson: No! Please don't make me stop. Ok? Please don't make me stop! Please don't make me stop!Bailey: I don't wanna stop either. But, Jessica is terminal Matt. In a few minutes her heart is going to stop. Now, I can... I can pump her chest, I can push all sorts of medicines, I can put her on a ventilator 'cause she'll no longer be able to breathe on her own. But, even with all of that, she's going to die. And the last person who will have had her hands her, who will have been able to touch who was gonna be me, or a nurse. Or it could be you. So, you don't wanna miss this. This next part, she needs her Daddy for this part.Jessica: Daddy, are we going to Mexico?Mr Smitson: Yes, we're going to Mexico. Where the sky is blue, blue. And the sand is white. The waters so clear that you can see all the way to the bottom. We're going. Just you and me. No more doctors, no more medicine, no more hospitals. Just you and me. (Jessica flatlines) We're gonna go. You just relax, we'll be there soon. (Bailey turns off the monitor) We'll play on the beach all day, and we'll make sand castles. We're going. We'll be there soon, you'll see. We're gonna have so much fun. Just you and me. Just you and me.
Let me just say this plainly: getting into physical fights with your colleagues in the middle of a corridor is bad leadership. If either Coulson or the show itself hopes to convince viewers that Daisy is fit to lead S.H.I.E.L.D., they're failing miserably.
While I don't condone with Yo-Yo's aggressive and hostile attitude, she wasn't exactly wrong about Daisy, was she? Daisy going off on her self-appointed mission to save Coulson instead of doing the job he gave her (lead S.H.I.E.L.D.) with the fate of the world on the line?
The biggest question may be whether the end of that movie will have any appreciable effect on this show. Given the timeframe of the series and the film, we may not find out until next season, if that happens.
Kind of seems like FOX is missing an opportunity in not making a Captain Holt soundboard and a Cheddar Instagram. Although I've read a couple times the show might not get renewed. Maybe they don't think it's worth it.
Stupid problems with the feed here, and I missed the middle 10 minutes of the show. Will catch it on Hulu when it posts there, but damn! Sounds like the middle was as awesome as the beginning and end, from what you all are saying. Not that I doubted it would be. This show never disappoints.
Take it from a life long NYer, you ain't seen nothing. I've seen bathrooms bigger than my bedroom, one's so small you have to straddle the toilet to use the sink, and even one with a stairs going thru it. You live in buildings that have been redone so many times and you end up with some strangely-shaped rooms. 041b061a72