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BROOKLYN NINE-NINE 2013 TV Series
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  • Airlines
    • Atlantic Air
      • Airline Amy and Boyle fly. (Season 3 episode Greg and Larry)
    • Tribute Air
      • Jake's father is a pilot for Tribute Air (Season 2 episode Captain Peralta)
  • Amusement Parks
    • Frank's Fun Zone
      • Amusement center where Jake and Captain Holt get jobs in Florida (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Skeleton Key
      • Escape room company where Captain Holt, Gina, Hitchcock and Scully work together to escape. (Season 3 episode Karen Peralta)
    • Tactics
      • Paintball company, Santiago's bachelorette party for Diaz. (Season 3 episode Paranoia)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Sackett Towers
      • (Season 1 episode The Slump)
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • Q3400
      • Hitchcock and Scully's pick for the new office vending machine. (Season 7 episode The Takeback)
    • Shoulder Nova
      • Handless lighting system Amy comes up with and Gina names (Season 3 episode Into the Woods)
  • Armed Forces
    • The Special Tactical Operations and Auxiliary Strategic Response Citywide Emergency Investigative Unit For Emergency Operations
      • Captain Holt's new task force. Also known by its acronym, The S.T.O.A.S.R.C.E.I.U.E.O. (Season 7 episode Dillman)
    • Strike-Team Thunder-Kill Alpha: Hard Target
      • "Strike team that kills thunder and puts its colon on hard targets." Strike team Jake mentions, that he begged Captain Holt to provide funding for. (Season 4 episode The Last Ride)
  • Artifacts
    • Infinitude Gems
      • The gang holds their annual contest The Halloween Heist on Halloween night, but they are unable to finish due to Captain Holt's dog Cheddar swallowing the prize - the Inifinitude Gems from the Infinitude Gobbler, the Russian eBay version of the Avengers Infinity Gauntlet. It's identical to the one that Thaboo wore in the movie Avangaboys, with each of the three gems representing one aspect of a heist winner - Amazing, Human and Genius. They have to postpone four months until Valentine's Day, when the contest becomes The Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. But then Scullly swallows the gems, and they have to postpone again, this time until Easter, so the contest eventually becomes The Easter Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
    • Kottbullediamant
      • Stolen Swedish diamonds (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
    • The Sword Of Opadoma
      • Artifact from the Skyfire Cycle fantasy book series. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
  • Artists
    • Nick Lingeman
      • Genevieve's artist boyfriend that Jake and Boyle investigate (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
    • Sherwin LeMonde
      • Jake's undercover artist identity - he's a sculptor, painter, full-time barista - but once he sells his first piece, part-time barista (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
  • Artwork
    • Breastfeeding Knights
      • Art project Boyle looks at online investigating Genevieve's case (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
    • Genevieve 4/16
      • Painting by Genevieve's boyfriend to honor their 24 hours of lovemaking (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
    • Holy Smokes
      • Theoretical work of art Jake comes up with - statue of Jesus made of cigarette butts (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
    • Rock 367
      • Captain Holt's painting of a rock (Season 2 episode The Wednesday Incident)
    • Rock 59
      • Captain Holt's painting of a rock (Season 2 episode The Wednesday Incident)
    • Synchronopticom
      • Nick's art show (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • Beatdown Boulevard
      • What Jake says will be the name of his first hip hop album. (Season 1 episode Unsolvable)
  • Automotive Services
    • Five Boroughs Towing
      • Towing company that brings Gina, Captain Holt and Jake's car back from the airport. (Season 3 episode Cheddar)
  • Awards
    • Best Liar
      • Fake Oscar category, joke at Terry's expense. (Season 4 episode Halloween IV)
    • Carousel Cruises Entertainer Of The Year
      • Award that Doug Judy claims to have won, Jake's nemesis The Pontiac Bandit. (Season 3 episode The Cruise)
    • Infinitude Gobbler
      • The gang holds their annual contest The Halloween Heist on Halloween night, but they are unable to finish due to Captain Holt's dog Cheddar swallowing the prize - the Inifinitude Gems from the Infinitude Gobbler, the Russian eBay version of the Avengers Infinity Gauntlet. It's identical to the one that Thaboo wore in the movie Avangaboys, with each of the three gems representing one aspect of a heist winner - Amazing, Human and Genius. They have to postpone four months until Valentine's Day, when the contest becomes The Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. But then Scullly swallows the gems, and they have to postpone again, this time until Easter, so the contest eventually becomes The Easter Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
    • The Ultimate Detective/Genius
      • Trophy award for winning the precinct's annual heist contest. Changed to The Ultimate Human/Genius when Gina wins. (Season 4 episode Halloween IV)
  • Baby Products
    • Fajerb
      • The Snoog is a Scandinavian stroller, Amy's dream stroller, available at TypTopTykes. It has the versatility of Sporjule, the safety rating of a Fajerb and an even smoother ride than the Kinderbuscht. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Kinderbuscht
      • The Snoog is a Scandinavian stroller, Amy's dream stroller, available at TypTopTykes. It has the versatility of Sporjule, the safety rating of a Fajerb and an even smoother ride than the Kinderbuscht. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Luftroller
      • Scandinavian stroller that Rosa buys for Amy. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Snoog
      • The Snoog is a Scandinavian stroller, Amy's dream stroller, available at TypTopTykes. It has the versatility of Sporjule, the safety rating of a Fajerb and an even smoother ride than the Kinderbuscht. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Sporjule
      • The Snoog is a Scandinavian stroller, Amy's dream stroller, available at TypTopTykes. It has the versatility of Sporjule, the safety rating of a Fajerb and an even smoother ride than the Kinderbuscht. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
  • Bakeries
    • 3rd Street Bagels
      • Hitchcock brings bagels for the precinct. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
    • Argos Bakery
      • Bakery (Season 1 episode 48 Hours)
    • Crust
      • Bakery (Season 1 episode 48 Hours)
    • Le Petit Crêperie
      • Restaurant Amy takes her team to during the best lunch contest. (Season 6 episode The Bimbo)
    • Szumlas Bakery
      • Seen in background when Terry is breakdancing (Season 2 episode The Wednesday Incident)
  • Banks
    • Banco Sol De Mayo
      • ATM where Pimento got robbed in Argentina. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
    • Capitol Trust Bank
      • Bank. (Season 1 episode Halloween). Bank the Golden Gang robs, the Fort Greene branch. (Season 4 episode The Bank Job)
    • First Essex Bank
      • Bank that got robbed the day before their grand opening, a case that Amy's dad never solved, and bothered him for 20 years, until Jake discovers a new lead. (Season 4 episode Mr. Santiago)
    • Prospect Park Credit Union
      • Bank that gets robbed (Season 1 episode 48 Hours)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • All-Ages Piano Lounge
      • Bar on Jake and Amy's Carousel cruise ship, featuring the musical strings of Horatio Velveteen, the musician alter ego of Doug Judy, Jake's nemesis The Pontiac Bandit. (Season 3 episode The Cruise)
    • Barclay's
      • Bar where Doug Judy suggests checking out Fight Night to find their suspect. (Season 6 A Tale of Two Bandits)
    • Bel Vino
      • New bar that Captain Holt suggests when firefighters invade Shaw's bar. Apparently, they have a great selection of Italian reds, and your feet don't stick to the floor if you stand in one place too long. (Season 6 A Tale of Two Bandits)
    • Club Brasilia
      • Club run by the Brazilian mob. (Season 6 episode The Golden Child)
    • The Club International Of Brighton Beach International Club
      • Nightclub where Jake and Terry track down elevator inspector Zerb Gudanya. (Season 3 episode Terry Kitties)
    • O'Brien's
      • Firefighter bar that burned down, prompting the firefighters to invade Shaw's bar. (Season 6 A Tale of Two Bandits)
    • Roads
      • Bar where Amy and her bridesmaids track down her ex-boyfriend, the singer of the band that Jake hired for their wedding. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
    • The Scotchman
      • Bar, dentist Philip Davidson's alibi. (Season 5 episode The Box)
    • Seoul Beats Karaoke
      • Doug Judy leaves Peralta a message - and the diamonds he stole - at a karaoke bar. (Season 5 episode The Negotiation)
    • Shaw's Basement Bar
      • Local bar where the gang from Precinct 99 hangs out, from numerous episodes.
      • Captain Holt comments that the only wine they serve is from the Delaware Water Gap, called Charbonnay. (Season 6 A Tale of Two Bandits)
    • The Keychain
      • Private bar Det. Dave Majors frequents. The password is "tropical" (Season 2 episode Det. Dave Majors)
    • The Thirsty Ox
      • Bar that Jake, Boyle and Jake's old partner Stevie stakeout. (Season 3 episode The 9-8)
    • Tipsy Topsy Trolley
      • New pedal pub on 7th Avenue, bike-powered mobile bars that are very popular with bachelorette parties. But unfortunately they have led to a dramatic increase in the rarely seen case of female public urination. (Season 7 episode Lights Out)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Battle Of Vorcastle
      • Event from the Skyfire Cycle fantasy book series. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Tru'O'ng Nail Salon
      • Nail salon near the Vietnamese restaurant that Terry and Diaz stakeout. (Season 3 episode Karen Peralta)
  • Beverages
    • Action Ade
      • Blue Gatorade type drink Jake drinks (Season 2 episodes The Road Trip, Stakeout)
    • Blazing Blue Rad-berry Cooler Xtreme: Code Rad
      • Gatorade-type drink that Captain Holt intends to purchase at the Food Mini Mart before running out when his and Captain Holt's mugshots pop up on the news on the TV. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Heart Attack Soda
      • Imported Asian product - Boyle's Christmas gift to Jake (Season 3 episode Yippie Kayak)
    • Muscle Malt
      • When Terry suggests to Boyle that they could sell the Boyle Bone Broth that Boyle gave him when his muscles were sore, Terry mentions having a friend who invented Muscle Malt. Stand-in for actual product Muscle Milk. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Del Caribe
      • Cuban rum that Santiago's father brings to Thanksgiving dinner. (Season 5 episode Two Turkeys)
    • Old Crow Crotch
      • Seen on loan shark's desk (Season 1 episode The Apartment)
    • The Stafford Twin Wood
      • Liquor bottle Rosa drinks at the beach house. (Season 2 episode Beach House)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Bad Dog Beer
      • Beer. (Season 2 episode The Pontiac Bandit Returns)
    • Buck's Brew
      • Beer on neon sign at Shaw's Basement Bar where the Nine Nine hangs out. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • Heisler Beer
      • Heisler beer seen at the bar, then the restaurant. (Season 2 episode Jake and Sophia) Heisler beer seen at Captain Dozerman's funeral. (Season 3 episode The Funeral) Heisler beer present at Rosa's bachelorette party at the bar. (Season 3 episode Paranoia) Jake and Amy drink Heisler beer. (Season 4, episode Moo Moo)
    • Penzburg Beer
      • Jake and Diaz's father (Danny Trejo) drink bottles of Penzburg beer while they play Pictionary. (Season 5 episode Game Night)
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • Sparkle Mist
      • 2 liter soda bottle in Jake and Boyle's motel room (Season 2 episode AC/DC) Truck that Gina and Captain Holt commandeer to get from the self storage facility to Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Sparkle Mist Energy
      • Energy drink ad on wall of racquet ball court (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
  • Beverages-Wine
    • Charbonnay
      • Captain Holt comments that the only wine they serve is from the Delaware Water Gap, called Charbonnay. (Season 6 A Tale of Two Bandits)
    • Mockingbird Wine Drink
      • From the finest vineyard in Arkansas. Everybody buys the same $8 bottle of wine for the captain's party. (Season 1 episode The Party)
    • Moss Wine
      • Wine from the Skyfire Cycle fantasy book series. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
  • Books-Biography
    • Case Closed, Jake Open
      • Jake's idea for the name of his memoir (Season 2 episode The Chopper)
    • Go Ahead Jake My Day
      • Boyle's idea for the name of Jake's memoir (Season 2 episode The Chopper)
    • The Pontiac Bandit
      • Memoir bu Doug Judy. (Season 6 A Tale of Two Bandits)
  • Books-Fiction
    • The BeastWorm Chronicles
      • Fantasy book series. The Skyfire Cycle makes The Shadowbringer Saga look like The BeastWorm Chronicles. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
    • The Crimson Portal
      • Fantasy novel. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
    • The Shadowbringer Saga
      • Fantasy book series. The Skyfire Cycle makes The Shadowbringer Saga look like The BeastWorm Chronicles. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
    • The Skyfire Cycle
      • 12 books chronicling the war between sky and sand, clouds and rocks, by Terry's favorite author, D.C. Parlov. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • The Skyfire Cycle: A Bridge To Jarcata
      • The most recent volume of the The Skyfire Cycle fantasy book series by Terry's favorite author, D.C. Parlov. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • The Skyfire Cycle: Sand Into Glass: The Reckoning Of Ka'Lar
      • The first volume of the The Skyfire Cycle fantasy book series by Terry's favorite author, D.C. Parlov. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • The Squad
      • Novel about seventies cops by Jimmy Brogan. (Season 1 episode Old School)
  • Books-Instructional
    • How To Please Your Wife: 100 Tips To Take Your Sex Life From Blah To Ahhhh
      • Amy finds a package delivered to the precinct with Swole Bod Whey Protein and a book called "How to Please your Wife: 100 Tips to Take Your Sex Life From Blah to Ahhhh" that she suspects belong to Terry, but Terry denies it.
    • Rekindle Your Love Fire New record added 10/15/2021
      • Terry’s relationship book that Amy uses to bring her and Captain Holt back together. (Season 8 episode The Good Ones)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • Cry Hard with a Vengeance
      • Bruce WIllis' book about parenting. Die Hard reference. (Season 7 episode Admiral Peralta)
    • Your Baby in Your Body
      • Book Rosa finds on Jake's desk. (Season 7 episode Lights Out)
  • Books-Other
    • The Big Book Of Small Butts
      • The only book Jake says he's ever seen The Vulture reading (Season 3 episode The Funeral)
    • Love Me... I'm Trying
      • Book Hitchcock is reading (Season 1 episode Charges and Specs)
    • Nocturine Quartet
      • Fantasy book series. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
    • Reed It And Weep
      • World-renowned oboist John William Weichselbraun's book of mouth exercises. (Season 3 episode House Mouses)
    • Stone Fruits And Stone-stones: Fruits Of The Paleolithic Era
      • Book by Vivian Ludley (Marilu Henner)
    • The Terry Chronicles, Book One: The Arrest Of Edmund Grail
      • Joke Terry makes after arresting his childhood hero and favorite author's old assistant and coming to terms with the fact that D.C. Parlov's inscription in his book isn't what made him who he is. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • The Terry Chronicles, Book Two: The Ravishing Of Sharon
      • Joke Jake makes after the joke Terry makes after arresting his childhood hero and favorite author's old assistant and coming to terms with the fact that D.C. Parlov's inscription in his book isn't what made him who he is. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
  • Bowling Alleys
    • Finger Holes
      • The name of the bowling alley Boyle wants to open (Season 2 episode Payback)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Healthy Wheaty-O's Cereal
      • Cereal Jake eats (Season 2 episode USPIS)
    • Nortfluskers Bran Circles
      • Cereal brand Jake and Charles eat during their stakeout (Season 2 episode Stakeout). Stylized as NØRTFLÜSKERS. Boyle's breakfast cereal that he has shipped from Oslo. (Season 3 episode Terry Kitties)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Fergus Gallagher Community Center
      • Original location of Jake and Amy's wedding, before the bomb threat. (Season 5 episode Jake & Amy)
    • The Lake House New record added 10/15/2021
      • The gang joins Captain Holt at his cabin in the woods, dubbed The Lake House for once being owned by Kirsopp Lake, scholar of textual criticism who wrote Dated Greek Manuscripts of the year 1200. (Season 8 episode The Lake House)
    • NutriTower Life Base
      • Peralta and Boyle infiltrate NutriBoom headquarters to get their financial records by attending the President's Club meeting of Admiral Level NutriMasters at the NutriTower Life Base. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • Stinkpuddle Manor
      • Shack where Jake, Boyle and Terry stay when they go camping (Season 3 episode Into the Woods)
    • Susman Community Center
      • Building (Season 1 episode Full Boyle)
    • The Slaughterhouse
      • Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins' teams covert facility, a black site. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
  • Bus Lines
    • Antelope
      • Bus Diaz gets on when she's planning on running, when the results of the trial doesn't look good. (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Arnie's Deli & Market
      • Deli in the background when Amy and her team appear in their limo. (Season 6 episode The Bimbo)
    • Cafe Vidalia
      • Cafe near the precinct. "Local & Organic" (Season 5 episode Show Me Going) Cafe in background. (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
      • Cafe in the background as gang prepares to go to the Lake House. (Season 8 episode The Lake House)
    • Nick's Cafe
      • Jake takes Hitchcock and Scully out to lunch to get them to take a case he doesn't want. (Season 3 episode House Mouses)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • Sour Strings
      • Candy Jake is carrying in his pocket. (Season 6 episode The Crime Scene)
  • Candy Bars
    • Apollo
      • Captain Holt tries his first Apollo bar in the hospital: "Chocolate and Nuts. Actually, that's overkill." (episode Bureau)

  • Car Dealerships
    • Dan's World Of ATVs
      • 4-wheeler off road vehicle dealership (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • Casinos
    • The Ravenna
      • Hotel/Casino Boyle thinks he and Jake are going to (Season 2 episode AC/DC). They're actually going to the Seafoam Motel to track Jake's perp.
  • Charities
    • NutriCore
      • NutriBoom's charity, the no payment option where you can pay off your contract in labor hours under the teachings of Docter David Stovelman. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • The Zenith Fund
      • The Vulture's fiancée's charity for children. (Season 5 episode The Venue)
  • Childcare Services
    • The Learning Grove
      • Terry's little girls' preschool, mentioned (Season 2 episode The Mole)
  • Chips and Crackers
    • Let's Potato Chips
      • Boyle offers Jake a bag of Let's Potato Chips. (Season 2 episode AC/DC)
    • Sweet Maui Onion Chips New record added 10/15/2021
      • Potato chips that Scully and Rosa eat at the Lake House. (Season 8 episode The Lake House)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • First Presbyterian
      • Church in New York City, mentioned. (Season 7 episode Lights Out)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Sprinkle City
      • Game level in Kwazy Cupcakes game (Season 1 episode Tactical Village)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Fib City
      • Gina is excited to lie to her old high school friends about what she's been up to for the last twenty years: "It's gonna be Fib City, population Gina Clooney.” (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • French Fry Village
      • French fry section of Jake's Freedom Feast 2017, the dinner he prepares for the precinct after being released from prison. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
    • Holtsovania
      • The name of Captain Holt's town on the model train track in the room for kids at the precinct. (Season 4 episode Chasing Amy)
    • Jeffords Junction
      • The name of Terry's town on the model train track in the room for kids at the precinct. (Season 4 episode Chasing Amy)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Beaut-Hume, Iowa
      • The ancestral homeland of the Boyle clan, pronounced Butt Thumb, Iowa by Gina. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • Coral Palms, Florida
      • Florida town where Jake and Captain hide out from Figgis. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Horseditch, Pennsylvania
      • Town where Jake and Santiago go looking for a retired police detective that used to work with Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins. "The Paris of the mud belt." (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
    • Neustadter, New York
      • Location of The Maple Drop Inn (Season 2 episode The Road Trip) Pimento enlists Jake to take him to Neustadter, New York to buy back his grandmother's ruby earrings he pawned for his wedding with Diaz. (Season 4 episode Monster in the Closet)
    • Ropesburg, New Jersey
      • The most boring place on earth (Season 1 episode Sal's Pizza)
  • Classes
    • Astronomy 101
      • Class Amy creates to help Gina out (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • Chanelb
      • Rip-off clothing brand when Jake gets coats out of the evidence closet during the lockdown in the police station (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
    • Erica Summerfield 2018 Fall Collection
      • Amy stops a crime wearing a wedding dress she was trying on - Hitchcock and Scully recognize it when she returns to the precinct. (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
    • Grucci
      • Rip-off clothing brand when Jake gets coats out of the evidence closet during the lockdown in the police station (Season 2 episode Lockdown)
    • Pillow Shoe
      • When digging through Hitchcock and Scully's case file, they find patent submissions for something called the Pillow Shoe. (Season 7 episode Admiral Peralta)
    • Stella McCarkeys
      • Rip-off clothing brand from episode Lockdown when Jake gets coats out of the evidence closet during the lockdown in the police station.
    • Weezie
      • Sneakers brand stolen from shoe store Tred Hedz robbery that Jake and Boyle investigate. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Baby Gape
      • Boyle's adopted son Nicolaj's birth father Gintars' clothing line. Latvian parody of The Gap. (Season 6 episode Gintars)
    • Dionysus
      • Clothing store in background. (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
    • Fun Frames
      • Boyle's podcast sponsor: This podcast is brought to you by Fun Frames. make your spectacles a spectacle. (Season 5 episode The Big House)
    • Gape Body
      • Boyle's adopted son Nicolaj's birth father Gintars' clothing line. Latvian parody of The Gap. (Season 6 episode Gintars)
    • The Gape
      • Boyle's adopted son Nicolaj's birth father Gintars' clothing line. Latvian parody of The Gap. (Season 6 episode Gintars)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Acacia Bowl Internet Cafe
      • Internet cafe that Captain Holt mentions, where he's going to gamble after Jake cut his internet. (Season 5 episode Bad Beat)
    • Chang's Tea Shop
      • Where Jake and Holt go looking for information on The Oolong Slayer (Season 3 episode The Oolong Slayer)
    • Coffee Roasters
      • Coffee shop where Peralta and Boyle track down Jay Chandrasekhar. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • KOФe Coffee To Go
      • Coffee cart in Captain Holt's new walking beat after he gets demoted. (Season 7 episode Trying)
  • Colleges
    • Stamforb
      • Online college based in Arkansas where Devin from Cyber Crimes got his degree, and not from Stanford as he claimed, which Gina points out. (Season 5 episode Game Night)
  • Colors
    • Chanterelle
      • When Jake takes over wedding duties, while on the hunt for beige napkins he discovers several different shades, including Chanterelle, Desert Whimsy and Filbert Husk. (Season 5 episode White Whale)
    • Desert Whimsy
      • When Jake takes over wedding duties, while on the hunt for beige napkins he discovers several different shades, including Chanterelle, Desert Whimsy and Filbert Husk. (Season 5 episode White Whale)
    • Filbert Husk
      • When Jake takes over wedding duties, while on the hunt for beige napkins he discovers several different shades, including Chanterelle, Desert Whimsy and Filbert Husk. (Season 5 episode White Whale)
  • Competitions
    • Cinco De Mayo Halloween Heist 6
      • The team's heist contest that takes place on Cinco de Mayo, which normally takes place on Halloween.
    • The Halloween Heist
      • The gang holds their annual contest The Halloween Heist on Halloween night, but they are unable to finish due to Captain Holt's dog Cheddar swallowing the prize - the Inifinitude Gems from the Infinitude Gobbler, the Russian eBay version of the Avengers Infinity Gauntlet. It's identical to the one that Thaboo wore in the movie Avangaboys, with each of the three gems representing one aspect of a heist winner - Amazing, Human and Genius. They have to postpone four months until Valentine's Day, when the contest becomes The Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. But then Scullly swallows the gems, and they have to postpone again, this time until Easter, so the contest eventually becomes The Easter Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
    • Jimmy Jab Games
      • The gang faces a series of office Olympic challenges in the precinct for the second time, this time moderated by Boyle. (Season 7 episode The Jimmy Jab Games II)
    • Jimmy Jab Games 7: Circus Of Fools
      • (Season 2 episode The Jimmy Jab Games)
    • The Lexington Thanksgiving Day Dog Show
      • Nationally televised dog show that Captain Holt and Adrian watch at Amy's apartment - and Adrian gambles on. (Season 4 episode Mr. Santiago)
    • The Valentine's Day Halloween Heist
      • The gang holds their annual contest The Halloween Heist on Halloween night, but they are unable to finish due to Captain Holt's dog Cheddar swallowing the prize - the Inifinitude Gems from the Infinitude Gobbler, the Russian eBay version of the Avengers Infinity Gauntlet. It's identical to the one that Thaboo wore in the movie Avangaboys, with each of the three gems representing one aspect of a heist winner - Amazing, Human and Genius. They have to postpone four months until Valentine's Day, when the contest becomes The Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. But then Scullly swallows the gems, and they have to postpone again, this time until Easter, so the contest eventually becomes The Easter Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Ansel-Elgort Syndrome
      • Disease Gina claims to have. But he's an actor from The Fault in Our Stars. (Season 4 episode The Bank Job)
    • Diane Weist Infection
      • Joke Boyle makes: I got a little sick… Yeah, Bullets over Broadway was on TV, and I came down with a big ol' Dianne Wiest infection. (Season 4 episode The Overmining)
    • GDD
      • When Captain Holt attempts to check Bob and Gina into then mental hospital he claims they suffer Grandiose Delusional Disorder. (Season 3 episode Greg and Larry)
  • Construction Companies
    • Russo & Sons
      • Contractor for First Essex Bank, the bank that got robbed the day before their grand opening, case that Amy's dad never solved, and bothered him for 20 years, until Jake discovers a new lead. (Season 4 episode Mr. Santiago)
    • Sacred Steel Scrap Metal
      • Where Kingston keeps Jake prisoner. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
    • Food Mini Mart
      • Convenience store Jake and Captain Holt visit after escaping from jail in Coral Palms, Florida. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • Conventions and Seminars
    • 28th Annual Tri-State Police Officers Convention
      • Police convention that the Nine Nine attends in Rochester. (Season 4 episode Cop-Con)
    • Funky Cats And Their Feisty Stats
      • Weekend-long math conference Amy attended. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • LegendCon
      • Fantasy fiction convention. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
  • Corporations
    • NutriServices
      • Corporation behind the NutriBoom health supplement pyramid scheme. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Mendel
      • Couples counselor (Season 2 episode Chocolate Milk)
    • Dr. Tyler
      • Boyle's therapist. (Season 6 episode The Therapist)
  • Counties and States
    • Bardon County, Florida
      • Fictional county where the town of Coral Palms is located. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • Criminal Organizations
    • Ianucci Crime Family
      • Criminal organization (Season 1 episode Charges and Specs)
    • Murphy Crime Family
      • Seamus Murphy, the head of the Murphy crime family, offers Santiago information on Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins' diamond operation. (Season 5 episode The Big House)
    • The Maric Crime Syndicate
      • Criminal organization led by Vladimir Drogic, also known as The Dragon, and Jake's first perp with a cool nickname. (Season 2 episode The Wednesday Incident)
  • Currency
    • GinaCoin
      • Gina brainstorms ways to make millions of dollars, including creating a new form of cryptocurrency. (Season 6 episode Four Movements)
  • Dance Contests
    • Amateur Ballroom Dancing Competition
      • Jake, Santiago and the Captain go undercover at the Wint Community Center. (Season 1 episode Charges and Specs)
    • Dance Til You Drop Tournament
      • Dance contest (Season 1 episode Halloween)
  • Dating, Escort and Sex Services
    • The Night Boys
      • Boyle comes up with the name The Night Boys for him and Jake when they start the night shift. Jake jokes that it sounds like a male escort service. Boyle's additional options include The Midnight Men and The Dark Stallions. (Season 4 episode The Night Shift)
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • Pawn
      • Generic pawn shop in the background when Amy and her team appear in their limo. (Season 6 episode The Bimbo)
    • Pawn Shop
      • Pawn shop (Season 2 episode AC/DC)
  • Diet and Nutrition Products
    • Swole Bod Whey Protein
      • Amy finds a package delivered to the precinct with Swole Bod Whey Protein and a book called "How to Please your Wife: 100 Tips to Take Your Sex Life From Blah to Ahhhh" that she suspects belong to Terry, but Terry denies it.
  • Diners
    • Flatbush Diner
      • Ciner that makes really good pie (Season 1 episode 48 Hours)
    • Pancake Palace
      • Breakfast themed restaurant Jake mentions: Remember that time when Pancake Palace had that all-you-can-eat deal, but they didn't set a time limit? I ate pancakes for a week for $3.99. All I had to do was sleep there and never shower. (Season 5 episode The Favor)
    • Two Daughters
      • Where Captain Holt eats breakfast (Season 2 episode The Wednesday Incident) Cafe where Jake goes to see Holt (Season 3 episode The Oolong Slayer) Captain Holt meets with Seamus Murphy regarding the favor. (Season 5 episode The Favor)
    • Two Daughters Diner
      • Diner where Hitchcock and Scully search for Hitchcock's toothless Cinderella. (Season 7 episode Trying)
  • Doctors
    • Banana Fartman M.D.
      • What the kid who's been drawing penises on cop cars tells Jake his name is (Season 1 episode The Tagger)
    • Dr. Jacob Peralta
      • One of the Jake Peraltas Jake lists as being at the crime scene so as not to get everybody else in trouble. He has a PHD in slow jam studies from Funk Town university.
    • Dr. Schwartz
      • Boyle's undercover identity for Santiago's undercover prison operation is Jewish doctor Dr. Schwartz went to Yeshiva Med School. (Season 3 episode Bureau)
  • Drug Dealers
    • Flaco
      • Drug dealer Jake and Captain Holt apprehend to help C.J. (Season 4 episode The Overmining)
    • Tito Ruiz
      • Giggle pig drug dealer (Season 2 episode The Road Trip)
  • Drugs-Recreational
    • Blizz
      • Romero's new drug that's taking over Jake's prison. Jake finds out it's actually just meth the hard way. (Season 5 episode The Big House)
    • Giggle Pig
      • Illegal drug sold by Tito Ruiz (Season 2)
    • Taxi
      • Street drug Jake and Amy investigate. It's called Taxi because it's yellow and it takes you where you want to be. (Season 3 episode The Mattress)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Shye's Electronics
      • Electronics store where Jake and Adrian Pimento work a B&E. (Season 3 episode Adrian Pimento)
  • Elementary Schools
    • Calder Academy
      • Best elementary school in the city - Terry would love for his girls Cagney and Lacey to attend. (Season 7 episode Captain Kim)
  • Essays and Reports
    • Jake Peralta's Guide To Tricking Amy's Dad
      • The name of the binder that Jake assembles, consisting of information about her father. (Season 4 episode Mr. Santiago)
  • Event Centers
    • Wint Community Center
      • Building (Season 1 episode Charges and Specs)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Gyna-rama
      • Jake plans a going away party for Gina called Gina-rama, not to confused with an annual festival that Hitchcock and Scully attend called Gyna-rama, which apparently had t move from Tampa for some reason. (Season 6 episode Four Movements)
  • Farms
    • Flaxton Hill Farms
      • Farm in Horseditch, Pennsylvania, where Jake and Santiago go looking for a retired police detective that used to work with Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins. (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
  • Fast Food-Chicken
    • Wing Slutz
      • The Hooters style fast food chain that turns Hitchcock and Scully from heroes into zeroes. "Seriously. Hot. Wings." (Season 6 episode Hitchcock & Scully) Hitchcock and Scully attend the Cream Dream sauce launch party at Wing Slutz.
  • Fast Food-Hot Dogs
    • Big Mike's
      • Hitchcock and Scully give the rundown on all the local hotdog carts. Big Mike's "Two dogs per bun" (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
    • Charlie's
      • Hitchcock and Scully give the rundown on all the local hotdog carts. Charlie "Does an al dente dog with a really nice chew" (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
    • Hank's Franks
      • Hitchcock and Scully give the rundown on all the local hotdog carts. Hank's Franks "Great mustard selection" (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
    • Johnny Arkansas
      • Hitchcock and Scully give the rundown on all the local hotdog carts. Johnny Arkansas "Serves it Little Rock style, although he can serve it Razorback style" (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
    • Lou's Dogs
      • Hitchcock and Scully give the rundown on all the local hotdog carts. Lou's Dogs "Serves em up real plump" (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
    • Vicki's Vegan
      • Hitchcock and Scully give the rundown on all the local hotdog carts. Vicki's Vegan "I'd rather eat [bleep]" (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
  • Fast Food-Mexican
    • The Burrito Haven New record added 10/15/2021
      • An NYPD officer claims that he received a burrito with a dead mouse in it. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
    • Tinga Time
      • Taco-themed food truck that Boyle buys, site of the Tinga Time Taco Murders. Boyle plans to name his new business Murder Truck. (Season 5 episode Bad Beat)
  • Fast Food-Other
    • DRK MLK
      • Hipster restaurant that serves chocolate milk (Season 2 episode Chocolate Milk)
    • Granny's Rice Pudding
      • Boyle's food truck competitor. (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
    • Korean Fusion
      • Boyle's food truck competitor. (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
    • Murder Truck
      • Boyle's new food truck business - served out of the old Tinga Time Taco Murders food truck. (Season 5 episode Bad Beat)
    • The One Thing Truck
      • Boyle's food truck that only serves one thing - the perfect meatball sandwich made exactly the way Nana Boyle used to. (Season 5 episode The Negotiation)
  • Financial Services
    • Flaxton Hill Holdings
      • Shell corporation used to transfer money into the fake bank accounts that Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins used to frame Jake and Diaz. (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
    • Frank Del Tredici & Associates
      • Loan shark Jake goes to for loan to buy his apartment (Season 1 episode The Apartment)
    • Harvey Norgenbloom CPA
      • Jake's undercover identity when he and the captain stakeout the tagged in Terry's mini-van (Season 1 episode The Tagger)
    • Hicks Street Capital
      • Jake's new case - 38 year old investment banker was admitted with a broken penis. (Season 6 episode He Said, She Said)
    • Stop N Check
      • One of the payday loan companies the "Check Cashing Babies" gang rob (Season 2 episode Det. Dave Majors)
  • Food
    • Esther's Yogurt
      • Yogurt cup, item that the gang at the precinct uses trying to win the "Guess that Sound" game on radio program The Jamhouse With JC and the Horndog. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Mr. Nuts
      • The Boyle clan's favorite brand of peanut butter. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • Nutrition Brick
      • Energy bar Captain Holt eats (Season 2 episode Payback)
    • Tal Ever Kolbasz
      • Dish served at Hungarian restaurant Csaba. "The platter of a thousand sausages" (Season 2 episode Captain Peralta)
      • Jake: Hungarian sausage is an oily mess and it causes nonstop dumps. Boyle: The incontinence is a small price to pay for the deliciousness.
    • Tomonari
      • Noodle packet, item that the gang at the precinct uses trying to win the "Guess that Sound" game on radio program The Jamhouse With JC and the Horndog. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
  • Food Companies
    • The Bone Boys
      • When Terry suggests to Boyle that they could sell the Boyle Bone Broth that Boyle gave him when his muscles were sore, Boyle brainstorms names for company, including "The Bone Boys", "More Bone, Less Moan" and "Workplace Bone Buds". Boyle even registers the domain name workplacebonebuds.com, which Terry's friend wants to buy when their investor backs out. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
  • Furniture Products
    • Brandt Mattress
      • Mattress brand at Snooze Master mattress store. (Season 3 episode The Mattress)
  • Furniture Stores
    • Massage Chair City New record added 10/15/2021
      • The other precincts’ Hitchocks and Scullys use massage chairs to jiggle their pedometers. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
    • Snooze Master
      • Mattress store where Jake and Amy go mattress shopping. (Season 3 episode The Mattress)
  • Games
    • Boyle Bullpen Bottle Bowling
      • Game the gang plays at the precinct. (Season 6 episode The Therapist)
    • The Butt-lympics
      • Contest between Hitchcock, Scully and Diaz - Both cheeks on the cushion at all times. Two and a half minute bathroom breaks every three hours, but you gotta roll the chair fully into the stall. (Season 5 episode Bad Beat)
    • The Hellevator
      • One of the events in the second Jimmy Jab Games, a series of office Olympic challenges. (Season 7 episode The Jimmy Jab Games II)
    • Hide the Yam New record added 10/15/2021
      • Childhood game that Boyle mentions. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
  • Gangs
    • 16th Street Gang
      • Detectives arrest Frank Kingston, leader of the 16th Street Gang. Thanks to the testimony of the confidential informant, Kingston served 16 years. He just got out last month. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • 8th Street Killas
      • Gang. Subject of Jake and Santiago's gang stakeout. (Season 4 episode The Audit)
    • Check Cashing Babies
      • Gang that robs payday loan companies (Season 2 episode Det. Dave Majors)
    • Gals Skepu
      • Latvian gang, major gun runners on the east coast. (Season 4 episode Captain Latvia)
    • The Golden Gang
      • Bank robbers that Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins' team are investigating - though we later find out that her team is the Golden Gang. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
  • Grocery Stores
    • Beneficio's Gourmet Market
      • Grocery store. Scene was shot at the Monte Carlo Deli in Burbank, California. (PIlot episode)
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • Royal's Magisterial
      • Location of art auction that Doug Judy's murderer brother George Judy robs. (Season 4 episode The Fugitive Part Two)
  • Hardware Stores
    • Murphy’s Hardware New record added 10/15/2021
      • Hardware store next door to where Jake and Rose go looking for Officer Lee. (Season 8 episode The Good Ones)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Brooklyn Total Body
      • Gym (Season 1 episode The Ebony Falcon)
    • Old Vilna Bath House
      • Bath house where Jake and Gintars go make their Gape clothing deal. (Season 6 episode Gintars)
    • Razzmatazz
      • Captain Holt's aerobics gym where Jake and Diaz consult him regarding the Golden Gang bank robbers case. (Season 4 episode The Bank Job)
  • Healthcare-Other
    • Aaron Imaging Center
      • A company listed on building sign next to the company that handled Jake's blood that came back positive for drugs (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
    • Brooklyn Urine & Blood
      • The name of the company that handles Jake's blood that came back positive for coke and meth (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
  • High Schools
    • Dan Marino High School
      • Jake plans to infiltrate Dan Marino High School looking for the person that filmed them at Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • John Roebling High School
      • High school in Brooklyn that Jake and Gina attended. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Fornax Radiant Comfort System
      • Gina's space heater, named Jacinta. (Season 4 episode The Overmining)
    • Smush Shush
      • Noise canceling blanket for secret sex that Doug Judy tried to sell to Mark Cuban on Shark Tank. (Season 7 episode The Takeback)
    • Summer's Kiss
      • Candle in Diaz's apartment. (Season 3 episode Greg and Larry)
  • Home Maintenance Services
    • Johnny's Janitorial
      • Company Jake realizes links all the payday loan store robberies together (Season 2 episode Det. Dave Majors)
  • Hospitals
    • Brooklyn Memorial Hospital
      • Hospital in Brooklyn where Terry and Diaz go looking for a criminal. (Season 4 episode The Fugitive Part Two)
    • Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
      • Hospital where the medical examiner works in episode 4 (the one that gets Jake into creepy dead guy sex).
      • Terry's wife gives birth. (episode Ava)
      • Where Boyle is taken after taking a bullet for Diaz (Season 1 episode Christmas)
    • Methodist Hospital
      • Jake's new case - 38 year old investment banker was admitted with a broken penis. (Season 6 episode He Said, She Said)
    • United Pediatric
      • Local hospital. When the gang at the precinct listens to The Jamhouse With JC and the Horndog on local radio station 93.7, playing the game "Guess that Sound" to win money, Brenda from Yonkers calls in and gives a shout out to the nurses at United Pediatric. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Meyerson Center For Mental Health
      • Mental hospital (Season 2 episode USPIS)
  • Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt Flavors
    • Monkeyberry Marshmallow Blaster
      • Jake claims to know everything about Ocampo, the low level fence they're after, all the ay down to his favorite fro-yo flavor. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
    • Moose Tracks Ice Cream
      • Diaz's ice cream she claims was stolen by Hitchcock and Scully (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
  • Ice Cream and Yogurt Shops
    • Mr. McFreeze
      • Jake gets kidnapped by a guy driving a Mr. McFreeze. ice cream truck (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
  • Import Export Companies
    • Melvin's Import Export
      • Company that lost Boyle's Captain Latvia, the action figure he promised Nikolaj he would get him for Christmas. (Season 4 episode Captain Latvia)
  • Industrial Companies
    • Nostra Industries
      • A company listed on building sign next to the company that handled Jake's blood that came back positive for drugs (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
  • Insurance Services
    • Gray Star Mutual
      • Diaz's Ex boyfriend Adrian Pimento is now an insurance investigator assigned to Boyle's case when his food truck burns down. "Where the feeling is mutual" (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
  • Islands
    • Doofus Island
      • From joke that Jake makes about Oswald Patton's fireman character - he's King Doofus of Doofus Island (Season 1 episode Sal's Pizza)
    • Figi
      • When digging through Hitchcock and Scully's case file, they find an application for a time share in Figi. Yes, Figi, not Fiji. (Season 7 episode Admiral Peralta)
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Diamonds By Denny
      • Jewelry store where Jake and Diaz go looking for low level fence Ocampo. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
    • Polonsky Fine Jewelers
      • Where Jake picks up the ring for the wedding (Season 2 episode Boyle-Linetti Wedding)
  • Laboratories
    • ShareChem Medical Laboratory New record added 10/15/2021
      • Lab that fakes the police officer’s bloodwork to get them out of work. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • BWP Cleaners
      • Dry cleaning van outside Shye's Electronics, the electronics store where Jake and Adrian Pimento work a B&E. (Season 3 episode Adrian Pimento)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • The Prentiss Hotel
      • Hotel (Season 1 episode Operation Broken Feather)
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Cottage Inn
      • Hotel in Sarasota Springs where Captain Holt and his husband Kevin buy an English walnut pie. (Season 5 episode Two Turkeys)
    • Maple Drop Inn
      • Bed and breakfast where Jake and Amy stay (Season 2 episode The Road Trip)
    • Royal Motor Inn
      • Motel where Jake and Boyle track down a tip from the police commissioner's HotClues app. (Season 6 episode Sicko)
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Seafoam Motel
      • Motel where Jake and Boyle stay (Season 2 episode AC/DC)
  • Lodging-Other
    • Cortney Towers
      • Hotel where Jake's father stays in New York (Season 2 episode Captain Peralta) Hotel where Terry's favorite author D.C. Parlov stays in New York. (Season 4 episode Skyfire Cycle)
    • The Mariposa
      • Hotel where Captain Holt and Boyle confront the police commissioner. (Season 4 episode Serve & Protect)
    • Posadita Bonita
      • Jake and Amy - and Captain Holt's honeymoon resort. (Season 6 episode Honeymoon)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • Breastfeeder Magazine
      • Magazine Jake buys to help him prepare to take care of Terry's pregnant wife - turns out to be porn (Season 3 episode Ava)
    • Clown Boobies
      • Pornographic magazine Jake pretends to be reading at a newsstand while waiting for a suspect. (Season 3 episode Bureau)
  • Magazines-Other
    • The American Journal Of No One Cares
      • Joke Terry makes when Captain Holt mentions an interesting article in a scientific journal he found while researching ways to raise morale: Oh, was it from The American Journal of No One Cares? (Season 4 episode The Night Shift)
    • Boroughs
      • Magazine about New York seen (Season 1 episode Charges and Specs)
    • Fancy Brodgum
      • Magazine (Season 1 episode Fancy Brudgom)
    • Hair Pulled Back Magazine
      • From joke Gina makes, she asks Santiago why she's in such a good mood - did she make the cover of Hair Pulled Back Magazine (Season 1 episode Sal's Pizza)
    • Organizers Quarterly
      • Magazine Amy mentions. (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • Stationery Monthly
      • Magazine that Santiago's new "Amy" Gary Jennings mentions. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Brandon
      • The Jason Priestley cologne Jake says he wore in high school (Season 2 episode Boyle-Linetti Wedding)
    • Canyon Stank
      • Cologne that Boyle wears (Season 3 episode Yippie Kayak)
    • Gina In A Bottle
      • The name Gina came up with for her future fragrance line (Season 3 episode New Captain)
    • Zika
      • Hitchcock's cologne. (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Liman Police Systems
      • Vendor at the Tri-State Police Officers Convention. (Season 4 episode Cop-Con)
  • Meat
    • Dino Bites
      • Frozen chicken nugget product that Jake puts on his face after his father punches him after trying to punch Jake's grandfather. (Season 7 episode Admiral Peralta)
  • Medicine
    • Gormasol
      • Fictional medication advertised on website when Santiago researches The Vulture's fiancée. (Season 5 episode The Venue)
    • Health Supplement
      • Health supplement sold as part of the NutriBoom pyramid scheme. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • NutriBoom
      • Fake Charles' vitamin supplement pyramid scheme that made him $90,000 this year alone, working out of the comfort of his own home. (Season 5 episode HalloVeen) Jake receives his new vitamin shipments and attempts to get out of his contract. "A conical-tiered multi-flow-through medical marketing entity." (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • NutriBoom Amino Acid Reducer
      • Health supplement sold as part of the NutriBoom pyramid scheme. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • NutriBoom Sport
      • Health supplement sold as part of the NutriBoom pyramid scheme. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • NutriBoom: Almost Cherry
      • Health supplement sold as part of the NutriBoom pyramid scheme. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • Turgidol
      • Canadian erection medication that Jake's father is accused of smuggling (Season 2 episode Captain Peralta)
  • Menu Items
    • Beetroot Zucchini Wraps
      • Menu item the killer delivered from House of Lettuce. (Season 6 episode The Crime Scene)
    • Cream Dream Sauce
      • Hitchcock and Scully attend the Cream Dream sauce launch party at Wing Slutz.
    • Deconstructed Meatball Sub
      • Sandwich Boyle comes up with for his new food truck business. Since the truck was deconstructed, they do deconstructed food. For the meatball sub: a meatball, rolled in breadcrumbs with a caramelized tomato sauce drizzle. (Season 5 episode Bad Beat)
    • Lobster Enchante
      • Dish that Jake orders on Mark Cuban's private plane. (Season 7 episode The Takeback)
    • Mid-week Potato Leek Soup
      • Menu item at Hey, Hey it's Wednesdays. (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
    • Slutz Sauce
      • Condiment served at Wing Slutz, the Hooters style fast food chain that turns Hitchcock and Scully from heroes into zeroes. "Seriously. Hot. Wings." (Season 6 episode Hitchcock & Scully)
    • Veal Prime Minister
      • Dish that Doug Judy orders on Mark Cuban's private plane. (Season 7 episode The Takeback)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • Big Drink New record added 10/15/2021
      • Fountain drink that Scully drinks at the Lake House. (Season 8 episode The Lake House)
    • Blue Radberry
      • Slushie flavor sold at Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Peraltiago
      • Signature cocktail for Jake and Santiago's wedding. (Season 5 episode The Venue)
    • Super Water
      • Pitcher of gray water, beverage that Jake's mother plans to serve at Thanksgiving dinner, because she read an article that said when you wash vegetables, all the nutrients leech into the water and then you can drink it. (Season 5 episode Two Turkeys)
    • There's Work Tomorrow So Be Cool Frozen Margarita
      • Menu item at Hey, Hey it's Wednesdays. (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Blood Type OG
      • While undercover in the women's prison, Jake says Santiago's baby's blood type is OG. (Season 3 episode Maximum Security)
    • Bullet Tornado
      • Also known as Man Sprinkler. Gunfight technique where two guys stand back-to-back with their guns drawn while they're surrounded by bad guys, move that Jake and Boyle want to use. (Season 4 episode The Last Ride)
    • Form 38E-J1
      • Police form for non-compliance. (Season 3 episode Hostage Situation)
    • Gina Jargon
      • Gina helps Captain Hold using her world renowned linguistics system Gina Jargon that she apparently also used to help Ellen Musk, season 1 winner of VH1's Queen Bitch. (Season 6 episode Hitchcock & Scully)
    • Ginger Snap
      • One of Captain Kim's favorite skateboard tricks. (Season 7 episode Captain Kim)
    • The Linexit
      • Dance in four movements that Gina performs as her goodbye to the precinct. (Season 6 episode Four Movements)
    • Munkensmat
      • Organization system that Amy introduces to the precinct. Norwegian system designed by a radical group of Scandinavian organizers who are doing things with cubbies that would blow your minds. You get rid of all personal possessions except one. (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • Plasma Spin
      • One of Captain Kim's favorite skateboard tricks. (Season 7 episode Captain Kim)
    • The Riga Hammer
      • Superhero Captain Latvia's signature move, knocks enemies down instantly. (Season 4 episode Captain Latvia)
    • Roast Beef Grab
      • One of Captain Kim's favorite skateboard tricks. (Season 7 episode Captain Kim)
    • The Strawberry Basket
      • Nana Boyle's signature punch that Boyle uses in his boxing match with Terry, when they're fighting for Jake's tickets to the premier of the Kwazy Kupcakes movie - a dirty punch to the groin. (Season 7 episode Ding Dong)
  • Middle Schools
    • Brooklyn Park Magnet School
      • School Terry's trying to get his girls into (Season 2 episode The Chopper)
  • Mobile Apps
    • Cool Girl in School
      • Cocaine and gun thief Debbie's favorite mobile game. Boyle likes it too. (Season 7 episode The Jimmy Jab Games II)
    • Foot Friend
      • Captain Holt's new partner Debbie's pedometer app. (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
    • G Hive
      • Gina's social network, featuring Gina-mandments - They're like the Ten Commandments, except there's more, and they're better. (Season 6 episode Return of the King)
    • HotClues
      • The police commissioner John Kelly's new mobile app that allows civilians to submit anonymous tips directly to the police. (Season 6 episode Sicko)
    • Toddddler
      • Mobile app that Gina makes up to impress her friends at her high school reunion that finds playdates for children it's "Tinder for toddlers". (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
  • Moons
    • Bong
      • Name for a new moon Gina comes up with (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
    • Dingo
      • Name for a new moon Gina comes up with (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
    • Zorp
      • Name for a new moon Gina comes up with (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
  • Mountains
    • Cheeseburger Mountain
      • Cheeseburger section of Jake's Freedom Feast 2017, the dinner he prepares for the precinct after being released from prison. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
  • Movies
    • Avangaboys
      • The gang holds their annual contest The Halloween Heist on Halloween night, but they are unable to finish due to Captain Holt's dog Cheddar swallowing the prize - the Inifinitude Gems from the Infinitude Gobbler, the Russian eBay version of the Avengers Infinity Gauntlet. It's identical to the one that Thaboo wore in the movie Avangaboys, with each of the three gems representing one aspect of a heist winner - Amazing, Human and Genius. They have to postpone four months until Valentine's Day, when the contest becomes The Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. But then Scullly swallows the gems, and they have to postpone again, this time until Easter, so the contest eventually becomes The Easter Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
    • Kwazy Kupcakes: The Movie
      • New kids movie. Terry and Boyle vie for Jake's tickets to the premiere for their kids. (Season 7 episode Ding Dong)
  • Movies-Porn
    • Blast Of Cold Air Coming Out Of That Box
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 2 episode The Wednesday Incident)
    • But Seriously, What's Taking So Long?
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 2 episode Windbreaker City)
    • Cockpit Larry and The Mile High Stewardae
      • Title of Jake's father's sex tape, according to Jake's father. It's plural for stewardess. (Season 7 episode Admiral Peralta)
    • Did Not Work At All, But I Love That You Attempted It
      • Title of Captain Holt's sex-tant tape, according to Jake. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
    • I Came Alone
      • Jake's sex tape. (Season 5 episode Safe House)
    • I Can't Find Anything And I Don't Know What To Do
      • Santiago's sex tape - in Boyle's dream. (Season 5 episode The Big House)
    • I Just Got It Out Of The Vent To Rub It In Your Faces
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 4 episode Halloween IV)
    • It Wasn't A Mistake
      • Jake and Amy's sex tape (Season 3 episode New Captain)
    • It's Completely Inedible. There's Not Even Any Soft Parts in The Middle We Can Pull Out
      • Title of Scully's sex tape, according to Jake. (Season 6 episode Ticking Clocks)
    • It's Hard For Some People
      • Title of Boyle's sex tape, according to Jake.
    • It's Not Your Fault, I Was Terrible
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 1 episode Halloween)
    • I'm So Confused, I Don't Know What's Happening Right Now
      • Santiago's sex tape. (Season 5 episode HalloVeen)
    • I'm Sorry About Tonight
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 1 episode Halloween)
    • I'm Sorry, It Just Slipped Out
      • Title of Boyle's sex tape, according to Rosa. (Season 7 episode Dillman)
    • I'm With Someone And Nothing's Going To Happen
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 2 episode Undercover)
    • Kind, Sober And Fully Dressed
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 1 episode Halloween)
    • My Bare Lady
      • My Fair Lady porn parody that Hitchcock mentions. (Season 5 episode The Negotiation)
    • My Mother Has A Fantastic Basement
      • Title of Captain Holt's sex tape. (Season 5 episode Bad Beat)
    • Oh, My God, I'm Shaking, I'm Definitely Gonna Cry.
      • Jake's sex tape. (Season 5 episode HalloVeen)
    • One More But, And You Will Be In Contempt
      • The judge's sex tape. (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
    • Show Me The Tip
      • Title of Captain Holt's sex tape, according to Jake. (Season 6 episode Sicko)
    • Sorry, That Came Out Weird
      • Title of Captain Holt's sex tape, according to Jake. (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • That's Not How Holes Work
      • The title of Boyle's sex tape, according to Jake. (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
    • There's a Demon in Our Genes
      • Title of Jake's father's sex tape, according to Jake, though his father corrects him, telling him that the title of his sex tape is Cockpit Larry and the Mile High Stewardae. (Season 7 episode Admiral Peralta)
    • They Weren't Careful with The Organs. They Just Sort of Grabbed Whatever and Yanked.
      • Title of the coroner Dr. Cox's sex tape, according to Boyle. (Season 6 episode Sicko)
    • This Better Not Bite Me In The Ass
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 2 episode The Mole)
    • This Decision Has Been Quite Hard Upon Me
      • Title of Jake's sex tape, according to Jake. (Season 7 episode Ding Dong)
    • This Is Happening, Jake and Amy Are Getting Married Tonight
      • Title of Boyle's sex tape, according to Boyle. (Season 5 episode Jake & Amy)
    • Uh-oh I Hope It Doesn't Get Too Sexual
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 2 episode Windbreaker City)
    • What's Up? I Came As Fast As I Could.
      • Title of Amy's sex tape, according to Jake. (Season 6 episode Casecation)
    • Why Doesn't Your Mouth Work?
      • Santiago's sex tape (Season 2 episode Det. Dave Majors)
    • Why Don't We Take This Map and This Sextant and Chart a Course To The Restaurant?
      • Title of Boyle's sex-tant tape, according to Captain Holt. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Jake and Gina Present: The Queen of Tears: Battle For The Amulet of Destiny: Part One: of Five
      • Movie that Jake and Gina say they should make. (Season 6 episode Return of the King)
    • Shadowbringer
      • Film based on the Shadowbringer Saga fantasy book series. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • BK U Store
      • Storage unit where Jake and Boyle find the missing paintings (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
    • Csonka Storage
      • Self storage facility where Jake and Captain Holt hide out waiting for the Nine Nine to arrive - sign posted outside. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Merwe
      • Swedish shipping company on manifest (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
    • Zip & Lock Storage
      • Self storage facility where Jake and Captain Holt hide out waiting for the Nine Nine to arrive - company name on employee's uniform. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • Museums
    • Brooklyn Museum of Industry
      • Captain Holt and his new assistant Gordon attend the barrel-making exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Industry. (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • Royal Stockholm Museum
      • Where the Swedish diamonds were stolen from (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
  • Musicians
    • The Beatsie Boys
      • Rapping duo name for Jake and his old partner Stevie. (Season 3 episode The 9-8)
    • The DDC
      • The Dope Denim Crew. Gina and Jake's singing and dance crew back in high school. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • DJ C.J.
      • C.J. DJ'd his sister's wedding. It did not turn out well. Apparently, there's such as thing as too much Smash Mouth. (Season 4 episode The Overmining)
    • Fantastic Jack And The Junkyard Rats
      • The Vulture's band (Season 3 episode The Oolong Slayer)
    • Horatio Velveteen
      • Musician alter ego of Doug Judy, Jake's nemesis The Pontiac Bandit. Performing 4 shows daily at the All-Ages Piano Lounge on Jake and Amy's Carousel cruise ship. (Season 3 episode The Cruise)
    • John William Weichselbraun
      • World-renowned oboist, first chair with the New York Symphony Orchestra, whose $40,000 oboe was stolen from his apartment. Captain Holt and his husband Kevin are huge fans. (Season 3 episode House Mouses)
    • Skalvester Skallone
      • Jake and Gina's high school ska band Skalvester Skallone had one song called Stop or My Mom Will Ska. Parody of Sylvester Stallone's movie Stop or My Mom Will Shoot. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
  • Natural Areas
    • Nil Caverns
      • Caverns from Terry's fantasy novel. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
  • Newspapers
    • The Chronicle
      • Newspaper Jake reads (Season 3 episode The Oolong Slayer)
    • The Manhattan Tribune
      • Newspaper dispenser in Captain Holt's new walking beat after he gets demoted. (Season 7 episode Trying)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • Earthvironment.org
      • Name on Jake's T-shirt when he goes undercover investigating the drug Taxi. (Season 3 episode The Mattress)
  • Obstetrics
    • Brent Kennedy, OB-GYN
      • Jake and Boyle plan to go undercover in the women's prison along with Diaz as doctors Brent Kennedy, OB-GYN, and Glen Kennedy, OB-GYN. They're twins, like Property Brothers, but for gynecology. (Season 3 episode Maximum Security)
    • Glen Kennedy, OB-GYN
      • Jake and Boyle plan to go undercover in the women's prison along with Diaz as doctors Brent Kennedy, OB-GYN, and Glen Kennedy, OB-GYN. They're twins, like Property Brothers, but for gynecology. (Season 3 episode Maximum Security)
  • Operations
    • Operation 225641441636324
      • Santiago's undercover prison operation. Captain Holt assigned a numerical value to each letter in the word 'pimento', which he then squared. (Season 3 episode Bureau)
    • Operation Beans
      • Hitchcock and Scully's plan to bust some drug dealers: Scully's going undercover as Tex Dallas, billionaire oil man from Dallas, Texas, with ties to the cowboy mafia. Hitchcock's his middle man, Reno Vegas, mobster from Reno, Las Vegas. In 20 minutes, Hitchcock's going in totally alone, unarmed, without a cell phone, to meet with one of their guys to set up a buy. (Season 3 episode House Mouses)
    • Operation Corn Crake New record added 10/15/2021
      • Jake’s secret plan to bring Captain Holt and Kevin back together at the Lake House. (Season 8 episode The Lake House)
    • Operation Double Dragon
      • Jake's plan to turn Captain Holt's new assistant - and spy - into a double agent. (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • Operation DRAGON
      • Jake's plan to prove Captain Holt's new assistant Gordon is a spy. DRAGON = "Don't Reveal Anything - Gordon's Our Nemesis" (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • Operation NASTY
      • Jake's name for his plan to find Gina's replacement. NASTY = "New Assistant Selection Team... You” When Captain Holt believes the first applicant flirted with him, he calls it Operation Nasty Sex Slut. (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • Operation Nasty Sex Slut
      • Jake's name for his plan to find Gina's replacement. NASTY = "New Assistant Selection Team... You” When Captain Holt believes the first applicant flirted with him, he calls it Operation Nasty Sex Slut. (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • Operation Trident New record added 10/15/2021
      • Captain Holt’s plan to prove that the NYPD officer claiming to have received a burrito with a dead mouse in it is lying. Like the famed weapon of the sea that has three prongs, so does Captain Holt’s approach… until he adds a fourth prong, and it becomes Operation Fork. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
    • Operation TRIPLE DRAGON
      • Captain Holt's plan to catch his new assistant - and spy turned double agent - triple crossing him. TRIPLE DRAGON = "Two Righteous Individuals Performing Law Enforcement Directives Rapidly Against Gordon Our Nemesis" (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
  • Parties
    • All Girl Pudding Wrestling
      • The Vulture's party he plans to throw at the venue that Jake and Santiago want for their wedding: 5 Fights - 1 night only - May 15, the day of Jake and Santiago's wedding. (Season 5 episode The Venue)
    • Dog Party 15
      • Detectives only getaway. D-O-G. Dog. Dog Party... Dog Party 15. Woof Woof Woof! (Season 2 episode Beach House)
    • Freedom Feast 2017
      • Dinner Jake prepares for the precinct after being released from prison. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
    • Gina-rama
      • Jake plans a going away party for Gina called Gina-rama, not to confused with an annual festival that Hitchcock and Scully attend called Gyna-rama, which apparently had t move from Tampa for some reason. (Season 6 episode Four Movements)
    • Satan's Charity Ball: Rise Of The Demons
      • Jake's name for the party The Association Of The Brooklyn Public Defenders has (Season 2 episode Defense Rests)
    • Swampsgiving
      • Annual event in Coral Palms, Florida, mentioned by multiple residents. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms).
  • Party Planning and Supplies
    • Party Zone
      • While investigating the glitter bomb prank, Dillman finds a receipt for an air tank rental, paid in cash. (Season 7 episode Dillman)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Liquid Moan Body Spray
      • Body spray Jake intends to purchase at the Food Mini Mart before running out when his and Captain Holt's mugshots pop up on the news on the TV. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Tahitian Coconut Shampoo
      • Shampoo Boyle's new girlfriend uses (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
    • Turnpike Body Spray
      • Body spray Jake intends to purchase at the Food Mini Mart before running out when his and Captain Holt's mugshots pop up on the news on the TV. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • Pest Control Services
    • 1-2-3 Pest Removal
      • Jake plans to infiltrate Dan Marino High School looking for the person that filmed them at Frank's Fun Zone by dressing as an exterminator from 1-2-3 Pest Removal. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Huntly Exterminating Company
      • Police front company (Season 2 episode Stakeout)
  • Pet Products
    • Flavor First Beefy Dog Food
      • Amy's father's dog's favorite dog food, from the binder that Jake assembles, consisting of information about her father. (Season 4 episode Mr. Santiago)
  • Pet Stores
    • Perdue Pet Supply New record added 10/15/2021
      • An NYPD uniformed officer claims to have received a burrito with a dead mouse in it from The Burrito Haven. Diaz later finds camera footage of the officer buying a mouse from Perdue Pet Supply earlier that day. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
    • Koller Pharmaceuticals
      • A company listed on building sign next to the company that handled Jake's blood that came back positive for drugs (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Adriano's
      • One of the pizzas delivered to Captain Holt as distraction during the department's annual heist. (Season 4 episode Halloween IV)
    • Bella Lingua Pizzeria New record added 10/15/2021
      • Pizza place that won’t talk to Jake and Rosa. (Season 8 episode The Good Ones)
    • Big Mike's Calzones
      • Jake has a coupon for Big Mike's Calzones in his wallet (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
    • DiMarco's
      • One of the pizzas delivered to Captain Holt as distraction during the department's annual heist. (Season 4 episode Halloween IV)
    • Gino's Pizza
      • One of Sal's Pizza competitors, and the one that burned down Sal's place (Season 1 episode Sal's Pizza)
    • Joe's
      • One of the pizzas delivered to Captain Holt as distraction during the department's annual heist. (Season 4 episode Halloween IV)
    • Mario's Pizza
      • One of Sal's Pizza competitors (Season 1 episode Sal's Pizza)
    • Sal's Pizza
      • Pizzeria that burns down reference to Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing (Season 1 episode Sal's Pizza)
    • Tony's
      • Pizza place Jake mentions (Season 2 episode Johnny & Dora)
    • Ya Burnt Pizza
      • Pizza parlor Jake mentions when he goes undercover at Captain Holt's mother Laverne's wine club as Tank Hendricks - Captain Holt's undercover identity is Tyrone Beverton, who lives at 328 2nd Street, right next to Ya Burnt Pizza. (Season 4 episode Your Honor)
  • Police Departments
    • 99th Precinct
      • The 99th precinct of the NYPD is the main setting for the show.
    • Bardon County Sheriff
      • Jake and Captain Holt get arrested when they get pulled over with a car full of guns and ammo they picked up in order to confront Figgis. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Ropesburg Police Department
      • Department that offers Diaz a job as captain (Season 1 episode Sal's Pizza)
  • Prisons
    • New York State Penitentiary
      • Prison (Season 1 episode Unsolvable)
    • Philip Edwards Correctional Facility
      • Prison where Diaz is held. (Season 5 episode The Big House)
    • Texas State Penitentiary, Spring Valley Unit
      • Women's prison where Diaz (briefly), and then Santiago go undercover. (Season 3 episode Maximum Security)
  • Private Clubs
    • The Manhattan Club
      • Exclusive club that Jake and Gina sneak into in order to meet the actor that played A.J. Slater on Saved by the Bell. (Season 6 episode Four Movements)
    • Park Slope Racquet Club
      • Where Holt and his husband play racquet ball (Season 3 episode The Swedes)
  • Private Detective Services
    • Leo Sporm
      • Private investigator Gina hires (Season 1 episode The Ebony Falcon)
  • Professional Organizations
    • AAGLNYCPA
      • African American Gay and Lesbian New York City Policeman's Association. The support organization that the captain created. (Season 1 episode Full Boyle)
    • Brooklyn Periodontics Society
      • Peralta accuses dentist Philip Davidson of using a Brooklyn Periodontics Society award as the murder weapon in the murder of his partner. (Season 5 episode The Box)
    • Holy Network Of Administrative Assistants
      • Organization Gina mentions (Season 2 episode The Wednesday Incident)
    • The Association Of The Brooklyn Public Defenders
      • Jake's girlfriend's public defender organization. Jake calls it the Chamber of Asses. But then he says, Wait that's too sexy - the chamber of snakes! (Season 2 episode Defense Rests)
  • Programs and Projects
    • Junior Police
      • Police program for at-risk kids. (Season 1 episode The Slump)
    • Star Achieving Mentors, Star Achieving Mentees
      • SAM-SAM for short. Mentorship program for up-and-coming detectives that Santiago applies for. (Season 3 episode Hostage Situation)
  • Psychic Services
    • Carlene
      • Psychic (Season 1 episode The Tagger)
  • Radio Programs
    • The Jamhouse With JC and The Horndog
      • The gang at the precinct listen to The Jamhouse With JC and the Horndog on local radio station 93.7, play the game "Guess that Sound" to win money. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
  • Radio Stations
    • 93.7
      • The gang at the precinct listen to The Jamhouse With JC and the Horndog on local radio station 93.7, play the game "Guess that Sound" to win money. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Sedan Rock
      • Satellite radio station that Boyle mentions. (Season 3 episode The 9-8)
  • Recipes
    • Boyle Bone Broth
      • Home remedy that Boyle shares with Terry when his muscles are sore. The Boyles used to drink it during potato digging season to keep everyone healthy in the furrows. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Fo' Cheese
      • Retired football player Marshawn Lynch's mother's recipe: I remember when I was a little boy, my mama used to make this, uh, she used to call it "fo' cheese. What y'all call it? Y'all call it "four"? (Season 4 episode The Fugitive, Part One)
    • Pizza-dilla
      • Retired football player Marshawn Lynch's idea for a pizza quesadilla: How come they never make quesadillas with sausage? You throw some tomato sauce in there and call it a pizza-dilla. (Season 4 episode The Fugitive, Part One)
  • Record Companies
    • Executive Records
      • Hitchcock introduces himself to Amy's Ex-boyfriend as Lucious Lyon, record executive at Executive Revords, as part of the gang's ploy to distract him while Amy steals the wedding gig contract. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • Viet Pho Vietnamese Cuisine
      • Vietnamese restaurant that Terry and Diaz stakeout. (Season 3 episode Karen Peralta)
  • Restaurants-BBQ
    • Wing Sluts
      • Restaurant that Hitchcock mentions - where he and Scully have dinner together every Sunday after church. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
  • Restaurants-French
    • Le Petit Colon
      • Bar that the bachelorette party destroys - Boyle's idea, and Diaz's favorite. (Season 3 episode Paranoia)
  • Restaurants-Mexican
    • La Palapa
      • Restaurant where Pimento shares a flan with his Spanish teacher when Diaz thinks he's cheating on her. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Bistro 168
      • Restaurant in Captain Holt's new walking beat after he gets demoted. (Season 7 episode Trying)
    • Bouche Manger
      • Restaurant where Jake and Amy go for their first date (Season 3 episode New Captain)
    • Csaba
      • Hungarian restaurant Boyle recommends Jake to take his father (Season 2 episode Captain Peralta)
    • Graziolo's
      • Where Boyle plans to take Vivian for a romantic night out. Featuring the "porco digestivo meal", a culinary tour of a pig's digestive tract.
    • Hearth and Feather
      • Boyle wrote a Yelp review of the duck skin at Hearth & Feather. (Season 6 episode The Bimbo)
    • Hey, Hey It's Wednesdays
      • Restaurant where Boyle and Terry meet Boyle's hacker contact. 
"Where it's never the weekend." (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
    • House of Lettuce
      • Dinner delivered to murder victim. (Season 6 episode The Crime Scene)
    • Kenny's Restaurant
      • Restaurant where Terry meets with the cop that hassled him in his own neighborhood because he was black. (Season 4 episode Moo Moo)
    • Messer Bistro
      • Restaurant where Jake and Amy take Jake's half sister. (Season 5 episode DFW)
    • Pacala Ristorante
      • Restaurant that Jake's old partner Stevie mentions, where they geared up and busted it - because that's how they do it in Brooklyn. (Season 3 episode The 9-8)
    • Senka
      • Restaurant where Boyle picks up fish doughnuts (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
  • Schools-Medical
    • Yeshiva Med School
      • Boyle's undercover identity for Santiago's undercover prison operation is Jewish doctor Dr. Schwartz went to Yeshiva Med School. (Season 3 episode Bureau)
  • Secret Organizations
    • S.H.A.D.E.
      • Jake Peralta: My dream job is spy falsely accused of betraying his country, forced to work alone to clear his name by taking down the mysterious organization that framed him known only as S.H.A.D.E. (Season 7 episode Captain Kim)
    • The Syndicate
      • Jake comes up with a more fun way to get pregnant, calling Amy and disguising his voice, telling her that her husband has been kidnapped by The Syndicate and she needs to go to the copy room. (Season 7 episode Trying)
  • Security Services
    • Copperhead Security
      • Company Terry almost leaves the 99 for (Season 2 episode Det. Dave Majors)
    • Knight Armoring
      • Seamus Murphy plans to stealing $20 million in bearer bonds from an armored truck during his block party.(Season 5 episode The Favor)
    • ScepterCore
      • Black ops security firm that ex-SEALs work for. Peralta finds a payment from NutriBoom for $100,000 that he suspects is payment for the hit on NutriBoom founder Docter David Stovelman's wife Debbie Stovelman, who went missing on the same date as the payment. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
  • Serial Killers
    • The Brooklyn Bra Butcher
      • Fictional serial killer from the Serve & Protect TV show. Detective Cole Tracker (Nathan Fillion) catches him in Season 8, episode 16. (Season 4 episode Serve & Protect)
    • The Chowder Killer
      • Joke Jake and Santiago make when The Vulture's girlfriend ask what they were talking about before she arrived. (Season 5 episode The Venue)
    • The Disco Strangler
      • Serial killer who used yo-yo strings to kill his victims, caught by Captain Holt. (Pilot episode). Captain Holt's old nemesis has died... or has he? (Season 6 episode He Said, She Said)
    • The Freestyle Killer
      • One of the serial killers Captain Holt caught (Season 1 episode Christmas)
    • The Lady Killer
      • (Season 1 episode The Slump)
    • Narrow Shoes Sam
      • One of the serial killers Jake caught (Season 1 episode Christmas)
    • The Oolong Slayer
      • Serial killer that Jake and Holt capture (Season 3 episode The Oolong Slayer)
  • Services-Other
    • Droplets Water Delivery New record added 10/15/2021
      • Disguise that Diaz wears to sneak into police headquarters to find body cam footage. (Season 8 episode The Good Ones)
  • Shoe Stores
    • Leonard's Designer Shoes
      • Shoe store where Carlene the psychic works. (Season 1 episode The Tagger)
    • Tred Hedz
      • Shoe store Tred Hedz robbery that Jake and Boyle investigate. (Season 5 episode Kicks)
  • Social Clubs
    • Bach Boys
      • Name that Boyle comes up with for Jake's bachelor party guests, which he has embroidered on fanny packs - pronounced "batch” boys, as in bachelor, not "Bach” like the famous musician. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
    • Ginazon
      • Gina's online fanbase that orchestrates support for the Nine Nine when all Brooklyn precincts are being reviewed to eliminate one. Captain Holt calls them "Gina-zone." (Season 4 episode The Last Ride)
    • Salt Lake Lindas
      • Crew of old ladies that Jake and Boyle blend in with on the street. (Season 6 episode Gintars)
    • Spice Boys
      • Boyle coins a new team name for him and Jake. Jake's not too fond of it. (Season 6 episode Sicko)
    • The Steak Studs
      • New name the guys come up with after ditching Boyle and his scavenger hunt bachelor party - replacing Boyle's pick, the Bach Boys. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
  • Songs
    • Amy Come Back
      • Song that Amy's ex-boyfriend plans to sing at her wedding to win her back. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
    • Moms In The Shower
      • Song by the Vulture's band (Season 3 episode The Oolong Slayer)
    • Rosa, Rosa, Rosa
      • Song by Horatio Velveteen, the musician alter ego of Doug Judy, Jake's nemesis The Pontiac Bandit. (Season 3 episode The Cruise)
    • Stop Or My Mom Will Ska
      • Jake and Gina's high school ska band Skalvester Skallone had one song called Stop or My Mom Will Ska. Parody of Sylvester Stallone's movie Stop or My Mom Will Shoot. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Subway Girl
      • Song that Gina records and then listens to on her iPod to calm down. (Season 5 episode Show Me Going)
  • Sports Animals-Racehorses
    • Yabba Dabba Do
      • Racehorse Captain Holt gambled on tat stumbled and had to be put down. (Season 5 episode Bad Beat)
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • Dan Marino High Pet Detectives
      • Mascot of Dan Marino High School, the high school that Jake plans to infiltrate looking for the person that filmed them at Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • Sports Teams-Other
    • Dancy Reagan
      • Gina's new dance group mentioned (Season 2 episode The Mole)
    • Floorgasm
      • Gina's dance troop.
  • Spy Gadgets
    • The Wasp
      • Police tool featured at the Tri-State Police Officers Convention for dispersing crowds of young people - it emits a sound that you can only hear if you're 35 or under. (Season 4 episode Cop-Con)
  • Stores-Other
    • Color Clay Creations
      • Hobby store where Jake meets up with Doug Judy and they paint coffee cups. (Season 7 episode The Takeback)
    • Gina's Authentic Stolen Police Badges
      • How Gina answers her phone, but she's probably kidding (Season 1 episode The Vulture)
    • Goodwin's
      • Department store where Jake's Die Hard dreams come true (Season 3 episode Yippie Kayak)
    • TypTopTykes
      • The Snoog is a Scandinavian stroller, Amy's dream stroller, available at TypTopTykes. It has the versatility of Sporjule, the safety rating of a Fajerb and an even smoother ride than the Kinderbuscht. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • Yarn Barn
      • It turns out that Captain Holt's friend Dillman is no longer a detective, and is now working at a hobby shop in Albany. (Season 7 episode Dillman)
  • Taxi Service
    • Tom O's Limos
      • From Boyle's case (Season 2 episode Sabotage)
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • Charming Avenue
      • Address Jake gives when he goes undercover at Captain Holt's mother Laverne's wine club as Tank Hendricks, a Bordeaux enthusiast who sometimes dabbles in the Burgundies. (Season 4 episode Your Honor)
  • Thoroughfares-Boulevards
    • Amy Used To Like Jake Boulevard
      • Street Jakes makes joke about (Season 2 episode The Road Trip)
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Shula Lane
      • Street in Coral Palms, address of Jordan Karfton, the woman that filmed Jake and Captain Holt at Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • You Used To Like Me Lane
      • Street Jakes makes joke about (Season 2 episode The Road Trip)
  • Toy Products
    • Adult Clue
      • Game Jake says his father had when he was a boy. All the murder weapons were sex toys. (Season 5 episode Two Turkeys)
    • Captain Latvia
      • The action figure that Boyle promised Nikolaj he would get him for Christmas. (Season 4 episode Captain Latvia)
    • Majestic Pooches Jigsaw Puzzle
      • When Hitchcock and Scully aren't getting along, Boyle comes up with the idea of making them work on a puzzle together. (Season 4 episode The Slaughterhouse)
    • Perry The Parrot
      • Hot toy Terry says he bought for his daughter for her birthday. (Season 5 episode Two Turkeys)
  • Trains
    • Jeffords Victory ExpressTerry's Train On The Model Train Track In The Room For Kids At The Precinct. (Season 4 Episode Chasing Amy)
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    • The Terryliner
      • Terry's train on the model train track in the room for kids at the precinct. (Season 4 episode Chasing Amy)
  • Transport-Nautical
    • Carousel Cruises International Ltd.
      • Doug Judy, Jake's nemesis The Pontiac Bandit, tricks Jake and Amy into taking a free cruise to save him from a hit man. (Season 3 episode The Cruise)
  • TV Shows
    • Media Content
      • Jake joke (Season 1 episode The Apartment). Captain: "Thank you for coming in on your day off. I know you'd all rather be at home binge watching media content... Jake: "Whoa, I just started the second season of Media Content - no spoilers."
    • Serve & Protect
      • Diaz's favorite cop show. Jake and Diaz investigate a case involving one of the star's stolen laptop. (Season 4 episode Serve & Protect)
    • Skyfire
      • TV series based on the Skyfire Cycle fantasy book series. (Season 5 episode Return to Skyfire)
  • TV Shows-News
    • WVYS 12 News New record added 10/15/2021
      • Local news team that reports on the Blue Flu. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • Chonky Pups
      • As part of Rosa's heist plan, she fattened Captain Holt's dog Cheddar up with ham, and he ended up on Chonky Pups. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
    • Fake Tire Slashers
      • Fake prank show Santiago makes up after accidentally slashing a stranger's car. (Season 4 episode Your Honor)
    • Linetti Set Go
      • The name Gina came up with for her future reality show (Season 3 episode New Captain)
    • Queen Bitch
      • Gina helps Captain Hold using her world renowned linguistics system Gina Jargon that she apparently also used to help Ellen Musk, season 1 winner of VH1's Queen Bitch. (Season 6 episode Hitchcock & Scully)
  • TV Shows-Soap Operas
    • Drake's Hollow
      • Soap opera that Rosa watches. (Season 7 episode Dillman)
  • TV Stations
    • WPQG 36
      • TV station featuring local news program Power News in Coral Palms, Florida, that reports on Jake and Captain Holt's escape from jail. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 12
      • WVYS 12. Local news team from various episodes. "Live Local Eyewitness News" (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment, Season 6 episode Hitchcock & Scully)
      • Interview Hitchcock and Scully, a.k.a. The Wiener Warriors. (Season 7 episode Manhunter)
  • TV Stations-Theme
    • Tunez
      • TV channel. When Diaz asks Captain Holt to cancel her cable service, he ends up signing her up for Epix, plus some channel called Tunez with a Z. (Season 5 episode The Big House)
  • Universities
    • Funk Town University
      • A joke Jake makes (Season 1 episode The Vulture)
    • Yeal University
      • One of the possible sperm donors that Boyle and Genevieve review went to Yeal University, not Yale University. (Season 3 episode Hostage Situation)
  • Utility Companies-Cable
    • Brooklyn Water and Power
      • Jake investigates a car accident near a BWP substation. (Season 7 episode Lights Out)
  • Vehicle Models
    • Ikura Bee-otch 5000
      • 4-wheeler vehicle for sale at Dan's World of ATVs (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • XTR-XP 49789WJ8-09 Xtreme Four-wheel Drive Z-Cat
      • 4-wheeler vehicle for sale at Dan's World of ATVs that Captain Holt mentions (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • Vehicle Rental
    • ARH American Rent & Haul
      • Front van criminals are driving that Jake and Santiago bust (Season 1 episode The Bet)
    • Brooklyn Party Limos
      • Limo company that Boyle hires for Jake's bachelor party - not for them to ride in, but to drop off the scavenger hunt clues and to kidnap him for the Die Hard themed rescue. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party) Amy rents a party limo for her team to win the best lunch contest. (Season 6 episode The Bimbo)
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • The Beaver Trap
      • Hitchcock and Scully's disturbing van. "There's nothing sketchy about the Beaver Trap." (Season 6 episode Hitchcock & Scully)
    • Big Bertha
      • Homeland Security truck that Jake and Terry use to track the fugitives, fully equipped with thermal imaging, a satellite link-up, a holding cell, and ability to plug in to every surveillance camera in the city. (Season 4 episode The Fugitive, Part One)
    • Gertie
      • Captain Holt's convertible. Well, Holt's name may be on the title, but no one can ever really own her. (Season 3 episode The Mattress, Season 4 episode The Fugitive Part Two)
    • Sexarella
      • Captain Holt's new car - same make and model as his old car Gertie - that Doug Judy buys him after Gertie is chopped up at the chop shop. (Season 4 episode The Fugitive Part Two)
  • Video Games
    • Comet Commander
      • Video game at Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Goat Simulator New record added 10/15/2021
      • Video game Jake mentions playing on his Nintendo Switch. (Season 8 episode The Good Ones)
    • Kwazy Cupcakes
      • Video game Gina plays on her phone (Season 1 episode Tactical Village)
  • Video Rental
    • Brooklyn Video
      • Jake rented Safe House from Brooklyn Video (Season 1 episode Christmas)
  • Videos
    • Brooklyn Detective Attacked By Birds
      • Online video that Boyle mentions that will provide proof that he's an NYPD detective. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
    • Corn Dog Pwnd By Go Kart
      • Video of Jake and Captain Holt in a corn dog costume getting hit by a go kart at Frank's Fun Zone. (Season 4 episode Coral Palms)
  • Water
    • Florida Swamp
      • Adrian Pimento claims that a true friend always remembers a friend's first time, asking Jake and Boyle where he lost his virginity. Boyle guesses Florida Swamp and Okefenokee Swamp. Jakes gets it right - it was during a screening of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
  • Websites
    • Detective Peralta: A God In Shackles
      • Boyle's podcast while Jake is in prison. (Season 5 episode The Big House)
    • Piddles Fiddles
      • Food blog mentioned (Season 2 episode Jake and Sophia)
    • Popmango.com
      • Infotainment website that Boyle mentions, where he learned about the different types of walkers, such as the polka dot. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • Two Wrongs Makes a White: Lessons in Anti-Racism New record added 10/15/2021
      • Podcast that Boyle mentions. (Season 8 episode The Good Ones)
    • Workplacebonebuds.com
      • When Terry suggests to Boyle that they could sell the Boyle Bone Broth that Boyle gave him when his muscles were sore, Boyle brainstorms names for company, including "The Bone Boys", "More Bone, Less Moan" and "Workplace Bone Buds". Boyle even registers the domain name workplacebonebuds.com, which Terry's friend wants to buy when their investor backs out. (Season 7 episode Ransom)
    • www.internetministry4cheap.com
      • Website Captain Holt uses to be ordained as a minister for the wedding (Season 2 episode Boyle-Linetti Wedding)
    • www.ladiesgoodhealthmag.com/6-relationships/867599904/9432&20.html
      • Captain Holt did some research on amicable breakups online (Season 3 episode Into the Woods)
  • Wedding Services
    • Romantica Bridal
      • Diaz catches Amy looking at wedding dresses online. (Season 5 episode Gray Star Mutual)
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Overmine
      • Word Jake makes up when Captain Holt accuses him of trying to undermine C.J. - Jake claims, if anything, he wanted him to succeed, he was trying to overmine him. (Season 4 episode The Overmining)
    • Snaccident
      • Word Jake made up. (Season 4 episode The Overmining)
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