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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine': Rosa Responds to an Active Shooter, Gina Considers Fixing a Toilet (Exclusive Video)

But first, Chelsea Peretti’s character needs to listen to a recording of her singing a song that she wrote — to calm down, of course

Things are going to get serious on the next “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” when the tough as nails Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) responds to an active shooter situation. Meanwhile, the precinct does whatever it can to make things easier on the detective in peril. Even if that means solving a plumbing crisis.

In the clip above from Sunday’s episode of the Fox comedy, titled “Show Me Going,” which is exclusive to TheWrap, Gina (Chelsea Peretti) is getting pretty anxious just sitting around listening to the situation on Captain Holt’s (Andre Braugher). So she turns to her best source of comfort, listening to herself perform a song she herself wrote.

After Amy (Melissa Fumero) tolerates hearing the first few bars of a track that we can only assume is called “Subway Girl,” she cuts Gina off to ask for her help in fixing a broken toilet that was annoying Rosa earlier. Apparently Gina was supposed to have dealt with this last week. Um, you sure about that Amy? Or were you the one who was supposed to have dealt with it?

Here is the official synopsis for the episode: When Rosa responds to an active shooter alert, the rest of the squad is forced to stay back, desperately fearing for her safety. Feeling helpless, Jake (Andy Samberg) frantically brainstorms ways to offer his assistance to Rosa in the field, Terry (Terry Crews) faces an existential crisis, and Gina and Amy try to make themselves useful by fixing Rosa’s broken toilet.

Watch the clip above.

“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” airs Sundays at 8:30/7:30 c on Fox.