Season seven ended with the delivery of McClane “Mac” Santiago-Peralta. (Clearly, he was named after John McClane from Die Onerous.) The trailer reveals Jake and Amy (Melissa Fumero) having a miscommunication over selecting him up from daycare, which matches together with what Goor said in regards to the parenting journey forward. 

“[Amy and Jake] really each love their jobs and Amy’s profession is essential, they usually each wish to be nice dad and mom, in order that’s clearly going to trigger stress and battle between them and the remainder of the world,” he mentioned. “And the opposite factor that feels attention-grabbing is being a mum or dad can be, to some extent, a take a look at you’ll be able to’t examine for. You possibly can learn all of the parenting books you need, however generally you simply cannot shush a child once they’re crying, and it may be very irritating.”

Brooklyn 9-9 returns Thursday, Aug. 12 on NBC. Within the meantime, you’ll want to return and browse our interview with Goor to learn the way Fumero impressed Amy’s being pregnant.