Charles’ family might be in trouble on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
We’re not talking about the Boyle fam and its many, many, many cousins, but we’re actually talking about Charles’ adopted son, Nikolaj. In the exclusive clip above, Ike Barinholtz makes his debut on the series as none other than Nikolaj’s birth father, Gintars.
Of course, he could be a lying criminal as so many people do end up being on this show, but he does have a pretty solid(ly insane) explanation for Dragomir, the 34 year-old man who had been claiming to be Nikolaj’s brother.
You see, it turns out that Dragomir is actually Nikolaj’s brother, but also his uncle, because Gintars and Dragomir are also brothers. Makes sense!
We don’t yet know why Gintars and his double denim are in town or how he knew where to find Nikolaj, but this can’t be good news for Charles. In tonight’s episode, Gintars’ arrival prompts Jake and Charles to investigate the deal with Nikolaj’s birth family, while Holt and Amy bring in a famed forensic scientist to help Rosa with a case.
“I have been a huge fan of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and was at a charity auction and bid on an item that allowed you to do a guest spot on any TV show and I picked them!” Barinholtz joked about his guest spot. “I’ve been friends with Dan Goor and Andy Samberg for a long time and to get to work with them and Joe LoTruglio was a joy.”
Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s “Gintars” airs tonight at 9 p.m. on NBC.
*This section only applies to third party rss feed users*
— Kashmir Broadcasting Corporation allows the use of RSS Feeds, but with our content usage we expect that credit is given, but in the event that it is not. This content policy annotation will act as a credit towards KBC (Kashmir Broadcasting Corporation) Please visit kbcchannel.tv for more news and articles — we can not justify what is written on a third party site, as the content can be altered to their specification, if something is not authentic as it should be please visit kbcchannel.tv and look for the original content. if it is no longer there then it can no longer be associated with Kashmir Broadcasting Corporation and if the content on a third party site has been altered to the point of offence or deemed inappropriate please report it to KBC via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or fill the submission form on kbc’s website: https://www.kbcchannel.tv/report-form/ with the details of the site and article heading — Thank You
Website — https://www.kbcchannel.tv/
FaceBook — https://www.facebook.com/kbcchanneltv
Twitter — https://twitter.com/kbcchanneltv
YouTube — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV6TFLe3dGbavSYilnC2paQ
Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/kbcchanneltv/