Reporters were invited to the set of Brooklyn Nine-Nine this week to interview the cast, and we found some weird stuff. Of course, all the season-two details were great, but I'm more referring to the framed bulldogs in police uniforms, scary clown figurines, and old costumes on display. It was definitely a trip for the books, and before season two starts up on Sept. 28, get a peek behind the scenes of the hit comedy!
Here's All the Cool Stuff We Found on the Set of Brooklyn Nine-Nine
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