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The Tagger 

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When Jake arrives late for work, Captain Holt decides to shadow him. However, the arrest they make proves complicated. Meanwhile, a psychic friend of Gina's gets inside Charles' head.


Craig Zisk


Dan Goor (created by), Michael Schur (created by) | 3 more credits »





Episode complete credited cast:
Andy Samberg ... Jake Peralta
Stephanie Beatriz ... Rosa Diaz
Terry Crews ... Terry Jeffords
Melissa Fumero ... Amy Santiago
Joe Lo Truglio ... Charles Boyle
Chelsea Peretti ... Gina Linetti
Andre Braugher ... Captain Ray Holt
Dirk Blocker ... Hitchcock
Joel McKinnon Miller ... Scully
James M. Connor ... Deputy Commissioner Podolski (as James Michael Connor)
Michael Grant ... Trevor Podolski
Mike Hagerty ... Captain McGinley
Artemis Pebdani ... Carlene
Darlene Kardon Darlene Kardon ... Grammy Nona Boyle


When Jake (Andy Samberg) is late for roll call, Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) assigns him to a graffiti case that Jake feels is below his level. However, when the culprit turns out to be the Deputy Commissioner's son, the case becomes a major problem. Meanwhile, Gina's (Chelsea Peretti) psychic friend visits the precinct and gets inside Charles' (Joe Lo Truglio) head. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime


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Peralta has named his desk mouse Algernon; this is a subtle reference to the book, Flowers For Algernon, by Daniel Keys, where the mouse is called Algernon. See more »


Jake Peralta: Come on man. Just tell me who you are. I need to fill this thing out perfectly, so my boss will get off my back. Are you a minor? How old are you?
Trevor Podolski: 610. I'm a highlander.
Jake Peralta: Okay, you know what? I'm gonna put that in there, and then you're gonna be tried as an adult highlander. And they're gonna cut your head off. Is that what you want?
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References Highlander (1986) See more »

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Slightly Entertaining but Nothing to Rave About
16 February 2015 | by RbDerajSee all my reviews

With the new Captain Holt still on his back, Detective Peralta is forced to either shape up or deal with this babysitting for the rest of his career. He goes after an area vandalist which turns out to be the Commissioner's son which makes the decision to arrest a hard one. The relationship between the irresponsible Peralta and his boss Captain Holt, was humorous but seemed like a repeat of the pilot episode. While Andy Samberg did up the comedy, no one else did. The time taken to set up the premise of the story took longer than the actual story itself. The episode was over just as it seemed to get started. Also I find the homosexual references about Holt being openly gay are completely out of place. It isn't funny, it doesn't fit his personality and I can't seem to figure out if it is a sad stupid attempt to support homosexual agenda or an even worse effort to make fun of it. Overall it was slightly entertaining but nothing to rave about.

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24 September 2013 (USA) See more »

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