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This is a good one. "Zowie!" is a thing that cowboys said in old westerns. Because they couldn't swear. Something like "todly-o" or "gorsh dam". It's a word that means "Huuray!". And it's also, a word that is no longer used. From Merriam Webster The word zowie was inspired by the sound of a speeding vehicle-a new phenomenon when the word entered ...


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@Bee hit on one aspect, that it's possible Wuntch simply didn't know that Holt was gay. However, given Wuntch's personality, I don't think that to be true. I think she either didn't care or didn't believe that he was gay. There is a lot of precedent in at least American culture of people ignoring other people's sexual orientation (and their gender and ...


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It’s on Netflix only in Japan, Canada or the UK. According to this website, it seems like it’s more of that silly licensing nonsense in play again. So no Brooklyn Nine-Nine in the Czech Republic it seems. Brooklyn Nine-Nine is on Netflix! Noice, right? Well, it is if you’re based in Japan, Canada, or the UK. For viewers outside of these countries, Netflix ...


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Holt was better detective than Wuntch. He did realize that Wuntch was thinking she'll have a chance with him. That's why he had to drink to build up courage to come out to her because he knew she ignored any "hints". And by hints I mean Holt talking about his sexuality. Which, if you know Holt, was saying "I couldn't be happier with my hay partner" with a ...


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