Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Podcast’s host Marc Evan Jackson cops a squat with co-executive producer/writer Justin Noble, Terry Crews (Terry Jeffords), co-creator/executive producer Dan Goor, writer/executive producer Luke Del Tredici, editor Cortney Carrillo and director of photography Rick Page. They talk about the fourth season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and the show’s unique ability to earnestly take on social issues while keeping things comedic. They also discuss a key episode from Season 4, entitled “Moo Moo,” where Terry (Terry Crews) encounters racial profiling by a fellow cop. Terry Crews shares some personal stories about his own experience being racially targeted, which informed his performance in the episode. Cortney Carrillo and Rick Page also run down the postproduction process for the editorial department and give insights into how the episodes are molded after everything is shot. Be sure to subscribe for more behind-the-scenes stories, performance notes and more!
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