Brooklyn Nine-Nine 
TV Show
Comedy
Crime
TV Show
Comedy
Crime
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied
Sexual harassment e.g non-consensual grabbing, touching, cat-calling)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sex abuse
Incest
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen

Description

Throughout the series, in a briefing room containing a wall with crime statistics, the word "rape" is visible in the background. It is not present in every episode. S1E5: a man makes an inappropriate sexual comment to a woman he works with, and spanks a man he works with without his consent. S1E6: it is mentioned that a man was arrested for groping multiple women without their consent. S1E13: a stripper is hired to give a lap dance to somebody who is clearly uncomfortable with the situation. S2E23: a woman touches a man's body, under the pretence of frisking him, in an excessively slow and drawn out fashion which may imply/evoke sexual undertones. S3E2: a man implies that he has been accused/guilty of workplace sexual harassment in the past. S3E10: a woman agrees to help a friend, on the condition that he secures for her a picture of one of their colleagues naked. Throughout the show, a woman makes various (often sexualised) comments about the appearance of a man who she works with, who makes it clear that he is married and faithful to his wife. S6E6: a woman defends herself against sexual assault and the protagonists work on her case. Lots of discussion of assault and harassment and the consequences of speaking up follow.

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