It’s no secret that Brooklyn Nine-Nine is one of Fox’s powerhouse comedies. In my opinion it’s one of the best sitcoms on television. On its award shelf sits two Golden Globes along with seven other awards and 57 nominations, and for good reason. This show has managed to stay fresh, lovable and hilarious during its entire four-year run. However, one thing Brooklyn’s not particularly known for is using its platform to tackle too many hard issues. This wasn’t necessarily a bad thing, as too much of that might have alienated some of the show’s fans or even seemed a bit off brand given its light-hearted nature, but apparently things have changed. In the episode titled Moo-Moo, the gang takes on a very relevant social issue, especially where police are concerned -- racial profiling.