Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Brooklyn Nine-Nine mixes slapstick crime fighting with some positive messages when it comes to men and women working together as part of a team. There are also a number of positive role models across a range of genders, races, and sexualities. Language is mostly limited to gateway terms like "hell" and "ass," and there's some sexual humor and interoffice romance. And while officers do carry weapons on the job, violence (and any substance use) is typically played for laughs.
Light sexual humor (including an ongoing gag about the captain's sexuality) and interoffice dating.
Characters use and fire weapons, but the overall tone is light; some physical comedy.
Gateway terms like "hell," "ass," "t-tties," etc.
There's an attempt to stress the value of teamwork and respect for authority, even though the main character doesn't always comply. Gender isn't a roadblock to achievement on the force.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking and drug use is played for humor.