Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Season 7)

VERDICT – 3/5

 

QUOTE –
Captain Holt: I’m off to walk my beat again, much like Sisyphus, condemned to push the same boulder up the same hill day in and day out.
Sergeant Jeffords: You know, according to French Philosopher Albert Camus, Sisyphus achieved happiness in that absurd repetition.
Captain Holt: Any French philosophy post-Rousseau is essentially a magazine. You rube.

“Columbo” Murder by the Book (TV Episode 1971)

STORY – 1
DIRECTOR – 1
ACTOR – 1
MUSIC – 0
CULT – 0

 

VERDICT – 3/5

 
PROS –
1) The story started with the execution of the crime. The entire plot was unraveled from the very beginning to the audiences. The element is how Columbo catches the murderer.
2) The birth of a clumsy and persistent homicide detective.
3) Jack Cassidy playing the suave perpetrator.
4) Barbara Colby as the nervous blackmailer.

 

CONS –
N/A

 

QUOTE –
Lieutenant Columbo: Suddenly I thought of something. How clever that first murder was. The phone gimmick, working late in the office – brilliant.
Ken Franklin: Are you awarding gold medals today?
Lieutenant Columbo: Yes. For the first one. Not for the second one. That was sloppy. Mrs. Melville, she’d have been very disappointed.