Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Honeymoon Season 6, Ep 1
The Nine-Nine is back, now on Thursdays on NBC! (Spoiler inside!) [more inside]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Yippie Kayak Season 3, Ep 10
While taking care of some last-minute Christmas shopping, Jake, Charles, and Gina find themselves in the middle of an actual Die Hard hostage situation. On the outside, Terry matches wits (or whatever) with The Vulture (returning guest star Dean Winters!) to keep the whole thing from boiling over. Elsewhere, Holt and Rosa talk a skittish Amy into joining them on an ice-cold Polar Bear Swim. [more inside]
So I was reading this article today, about the 25th anniversary of "The Hunt For Red October"and started thinking about a rewatch. But the article also references two of John McTiernan's other films: Predator and Die Hard. [more inside]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Windbreaker City (alt. title: Hostages) Season 2, Ep 15
When the Nine-Nine are invited to take part in an action-packed Homeland Security training exercise (run by guest star Nick Kroll), it seems like a great way for Jake to vent his frustration after breaking up with Sophia. But there's just one catch: They're playing the hostages. But soon the tables are turned, Gruber-style...
A hardworking NYPD officer arrives in LA to attend his recently-separated wife's corporate Christmas party, and has to deal with a bunch of party crashers. Directed by John McTiernan, starring Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Bonnie Bedelia, Reginald VelJohnson and Paul Gleason, William Atherton, James Shigeta. [more inside]
Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Jake and Sophia Season 2, Ep 6
The night before delivering crucial testimony in a diamond heist trial, Peralta accidentally sleeps with the defense attorney (guest star Eva Longoria). Diaz pushes Santiago into running for
onion union rep against Scully. Ex-"poke-buddies" Boyle and Gina go to war over a non-refundable reserved hotel suite, with unexpected results. [more inside]
Bob's Burgers: Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl Season 5, Ep 1
Wagstaff Middle School have an open call for a new musical (enough of Grease, already), which gives Gene the opportunity to make his Die Hard musical a reality. That is, until Courtney Wheeler's dad says that his daughter's Working Girl musical will bring Carly Simon to the school. To get revenge, Louise helps Gene pull off a guerilla-slash-protest production of his musical. Whose musical will triumph? Will Mr. Frond resolve the dispute and win himself a "Conflicty"?