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Brooklyn Nine-Nine: 10 Best Characters Only In One Episode

10. Captain Dozerman

NBC

When Raymond Holt, amidst one of his many run-ins with Madeline Wuntch, was transferred to One Police Plaza as part of the PR team, someone had to step into his role as Captain of the Nine-Nine. To kick off season three, in stepped Captain Seth Dozerman, portrayed by none other than Bill Hader.

From the moment the new Captain starts his introductory monologue, he establishes his authority thanks to his 'amazing sense of humour', and continues to tell each and every member of the Nine-Nine how little he will value them going forward. As far as character introductions go, there are few better than Seth Dozerman's.

After collapsing the first time, the new Captain returns with his attitude on efficiency and numbers stronger than ever before. During his second speech, it's so funny you can almost catch Hader himself chuckle while explaining he carries the gene for webbed feet.

The new Captain ultimately lasted only two days in his position in the Nine-Nine, falling victim to a fatal heart attack after catching Jake and Amy kissing in the evidence locker. As much as the precinct was better off without him, more Dozerman for the audience would have been welcome.

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