At their 20th High School reunion, Jake learns the truth about his past nickname; while Gina makes a life-changing moment Here's a recap!
As Jake and Gina head to their 20th high school reunion, dressing up as they would have back then, But when Jake, Gina, and Amy get there, everyone one brings up the story of Jake being the tattler. After many, many encounters with former classmates; Jake and Amy got to the bottom of things to figured out who was the one that made him the tattler. As Amy got a name, Jake talks him but learns that it really wasn't him. It was Gina.
As Gina tells everyone about what she's been doing with her life; from making Marvel movies to developing a new app called Todddddler, that's like grinder for babies with playdates). But as Jake interferes with her story; Gina confesses to Jake about why she did what she did to make him the tattler. She did it to protect him from what would have become a bad situation because the guy that nickname Jake was in jail.
But later as things were fixed; Gina and Jake had a sit-down and chat. During their chat, Gina thinks of leaving the 99 to pursue her interest; Jake give the ordered her to leave the 99.
Meanwhile, Holt gets hooked into Terry, Hitchcock, Scully's radio contest task. With Holt thinking that it's not productive; turns out he got into it. But turns out it wasn't it and it was potato chip bag. Holt admitted to having a lot of fun and moved forward to the next sound contest.
"The Tattler" was a very good episode. I loved the Jake and Gina storyline as it was brilliant; but also had that feeling near the end that this was going to be the beginning of the end of Gina. It wasn't too pushy but so organic in developing the character. It also gives me another reason not to go to high school reunions. Also, I couldn't get enough of Holt thinking that what Terry and others were not productive and quickly gets into it. Overall, I give this episode a 9/10.
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