Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 1, Episode 7

48 Hours (5 Nov. 2013)

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Jake stupidly arrests a male suspect despite having no evidence and only has 48 hours to prove he did it or release him without charge.



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Dustin Whitman (as Kid Cudi)


When Jake makes an arrest without a lot of proof, he only has 48 hours to collect evidence, or else the "perp" will be released. After his unsuccessful interrogation of the suspect, Jake forces his co-workers to spend their weekend helping him crack the case. So, while the team is stuck at the precinct, Charles judges a pie contest between Gina and Rosa, and Holt helps Terry look better in the eyes of his in-laws. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime


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5 November 2013 (USA)  »

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Plot similar to The Sweeney: perp with an alibi is taken into custody with insufficient evidence but can only be legally held for a certain amount of time (24 hours in the UK, 48 in the US) even though the crime has their marks all over it. Clock ticks as cops try to obtain evidence. See more »


References 48 Hrs. (1982) See more »

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