"Because with apologies to Parks & Recreation, Brooklyn Nine-Nine had the finest ensemble of any sitcom going. It’s not just the unbeatably excellent representation of gender and race that gets us excited. But two strong lady cops of color who are who are good at their jobs? Yes please. Add to that Andre Braugher’s amazing gay subversion of the tough police chief stereotype and Brooklyn Nine-Nine might, sneakily, be one of the more progressive shows on television. But, more importantly, it’s hilarious.” - Vanity Fair
Kids, I must have heard your mom’s rendition of “La Vie En Rose” a million times over the years. Every night when she tucked you in, for instance. But that performance, that first night I ever heard her sing, that one will always be my favorite.