Who doesn't love Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Jake Peralta? Alright, there might be one or two of you willing to admit to such monstrous behaviour - but the majority of us, we think he's great.
Jake, played by Andy Samberg, doesn't express his emotions and prefers to crack a joke or two (we all know someone like that). He's a clever guy but focuses that on his funny side, rather than his work as a detective in the NYPD.
And he has a real habit of saying the word 'cool' again, and again, and again.
So some absolute genius has somehow found the time to combine every single one of Jake's 'cool's and put them all into one video.
Bloody hell, where do you even find the time to do something like that? Some days it's hard enough being arsed to nip to the shop when you're out of milk, let alone spending hours editing footage together just for a cheap (but brilliant) laugh. Caps doffed.
The compilation goes on for three and a half minutes in total and we've got a snippet just for you. It's pretty coo... ah shit.
According to one Reddit user, the repeated use of 'cool' comes directly from Samberg himself, who plays Jake Peralta, and is something he says repeatedly on set, which we sort of hope is true.
If the top secret Reddit insider knowledge (or scurrilous gossip, you decide) is true, it seems that the show's producers tried to incorporate quite a bit of the actors' real lives into Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
For example, just like Gina and Jake are portrayed as childhood pals on the show, Chelsea Peretti and Samberg go way back in real life - check this picture for proof:
So you could understand why viewers were upset when Peretti announced her departure recently.
She took to Twitter to tell her 1.4 million followers: "I won't be doing a full season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine in Season 6. But that doesn't mean I won't ever be back, winky face emoji, heart emoji.
"I want to thank you for the hours you spent watching Gina be Gina: confident, idiotic-but-smart, pithy, and infused with rhythm and cell-phone radiation. It is hard for me to know exactly what to say."
So basically, she's going but she's gonna come back? Yeah?
Peretti, 40, has been a regular on the series from the very beginning, filming a total of 112 episodes. So we really hope that this isn't the end.
Fingers crossed emoji.
Featured Image Credit: Fox / Brooklyn Nine-Nine