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'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' cast reunites: 'Tonight was like a very special episode'

Three months after the death of Andre Braugher, his costars celebrated their "memories and moments."

Nine-Nine! Even though the beloved cop sitcom now off the air, the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine still keeps in touch. Chelsea Peretti posted reunion photos on Instagram in an embrace with the show's other stars: Dirk Blocker, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Joel McKinnon Miller, Joe Lo Truglio, Melissa Fumero, and Andy Samberg. The only mainstay missing was Andre Braugher, who died unexpectedly in December.

"Tonight was like a very special episode where we ran thru so many memories and moments," Peretti wrote in the caption, along with a heart emoji.

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FOX Image Collection via Getty

Peretti's post didn't mention Braugher directly, but surely his absence was felt. On all eight seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Braugher starred as Captain Raymond Holt, the precinct's stern but devoted leader. After Braugher died on Dec. 11 following a brief illness, the cast of Brooklyn Nine-Nine shared their memories and tributes on social media.

"Will miss your dulcet tones," Peretti, who played Holt's narcissistic assistant Gina Linetti on the first six seasons of the show, wrote on Instagram in December. She continued, "Is it weird that I am also grieving for what Captain Holt meant to Gina? I really hoped and knew I would see you again. Hate that I won’t."

Many of the actors featured in Peretti's new reunion photo posted their own tributes to Braugher at the time, including Crews ("can't believe you're gone so soon") and Fumero ("I will remember all the advice you gave me").

Whether you need a revisit or need to watch the whole series from scratch, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is currently streaming on Netflix in its entirety.

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