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 ...
@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 ...
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 ...
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 ...