By Julia Emmanuele, Hollywood Staff
Gina Linetti is a woman of many talents: she heads an all-woman dance troupe named Floorgasm, she handcrafts Joseph Gordon-Levitt nesting dolls, and she's a psychological marvel. But her most surprising skill, which was revealed on the most recent episode of Brooklyn Nine Nine, is that she's an incredibly competent adult, who can balance a checkbook and is in the market for some real estate opportunities. Most notably, Jake's apartment, which he inherited from his grandmother when she died, and which he can no longer afford now that the building is going Co-Op. To boot, all of the other apartments within his price range are horrific. Naturally, Jake handles her offer to purchase the apartment with grace - and by grace, we mean he kicks her out of his apartment and whines to Santiago.
Meanwhile, Captain Holt and Sergeant Jeffords are doing the yearly team evaluations, and even though Jeffords started out the day full of hope and excitement, the more evaluations he witnesses, the more depressed he becomes. Diaz and Boyle also team up to enact revenge against Det. Lohank (Matt Walsh), the cop who works the weekend shift and insists on shaving at the desk he shares with Diaz.
In the spirit of this week's episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, we've done our own evaluations in order to determine which characters made the grade as the MVPs of The Apartment, and which ones cracked under the pressure.