sleuthsisters:#my favorite thing about The Handshake™ is that…

sleuthsisters:

#my favorite thing about The Handshake™ is that obviously Amy and Rosa had to have spent a significant amount of time alone together over the years perfecting it #Jake had never seen it before and was clearly astonished #this paired with the fact that Amy was said to have been the only one from the squad who had been to Rosa’s apartment just fills me with so much joy #these two badass babes are best friends who spend tons of quality time together #I LOVE THE SLEUTH SISTERS

agentorgana: You know I’m so grateful that brooklyn nine nine has completely averted the trope of…

agentorgana:

You know I’m so grateful that brooklyn nine nine has completely averted the trope of men who hate being married, dont really like their wife, or see getting married as being trapped. In the main cast. In the main case there are two men that are married, and one man in a domestic partnership. All three of them are portrayed as being absolutely devoted to their partners, and all of the characters love their relationships.

And then there is jake, who is engaged, and so in love with amy that he literally shouts it to the sky. He is 100% involved in the wedding planning, not because he “has” to but because he loves it and enthusiastically cares, and his greatest fear is that he will in some way fail as a husband in some way.

Brooklyn nine nine gets so much recognition for its diversity, as it should, but I have never seen such positive portrayals of masculinity on tv before.