Captain Latvia is the fourth Christmas themed episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It appears as the tenth episode of the fourth season.

Plot

Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) is determined to find an action figure, Captain Latvia, for Nikolaj (Antonio Raul Corbo) as a Christmas gift. However, the figure is from Latvia and is difficult to get. Despite having ordered it a month ago, the figure hasn't arrived.

Jake (Andy Samberg) decides to help Boyle in finding the toy. Confronting the owner, they find that the Latvian mob is behind it. Infiltrating a ring to get information, they steal a pad that can lead to the headquarters of the mob. Jake begins noting that Boyle is putting himself in danger for the toy and knocks him unconscious. After he awakens, Jake tells him that the best present he can give is being alive for his son. While Boyle leaves to be with Nikolaj, Jake leads a raid on the headquarters. He later shows up at Boyle's house to give Nikolaj another present: a police cop figure, which Nikolaj likens to Boyle.

Meanwhile, Holt (Andre Braugher) and the rest of the precinct compete against the MTA officers on an annual Christmas carol singing competition. They find that a perp, Patrick (Lance Barber), has a beautiful voice, and decide to include him in their group for the competition. Patrick has a panic attack and flees the stage. Finding him more open when drinking alcohol, they let him get drunk in order to overcome his stage fright and sing. However, the competition still doesn't work as he intentionally distorts the lyrics and insults New York. While the squad is smarting about their humiliation, Scully (Joel McKinnon Miller) says that the important thing about Christmas is being together as a family. At first they make fun of him but they later join him in singing carols outside Boyle's house,

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