Joe Lo Truglio, Melissa Fumero, Chelsea Peretti tease ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ finale (Exclusive Videos)

“The question of Jake and Amy will be opened up again and they do lock lips. That’s big,” teases “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Joe Lo Truglio about the show’s anticipated Season 2 finale during our recent red carpet interview (watch below). “Someone leaves the precinct. And something leaves the precinct as well. So that’s a little extra.”

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We interviewed Lo Truglio and stars Melissa Fumero and Chelsea Peretti at a special “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Emmy event held Friday night at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The entire cast was there for a panel discussion following a screening of the final two episodes of Season 2. It was a fun night for fans and Emmy voters in attendance as they all got to take home “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” donuts as tasty souvenirs.

How will Fumero and the cast be supporting Andy Samberg as he hosts the Emmys? “If we’re not physically there, we’ll definitely, I’m sure, all be together and watch it together and root for him because this is a super tight-knit cast.” As for the finale, Fumero hints, “There’s a kiss that happens.”

Peretti tells us what it was like winning the Golden Globe last year for Best Comedy Series, admitting, “It felt like it was like 10 surprise parties at once. Because I just really didn’t, at any point in getting ready for the night, think we were winning. I was just like, oh, it’s an honor to be nominated.”

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