"If this is to be our last ride, then let us go out in a blaze of glory," Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) told Charles Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) in last night's episode of FOX's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." The Michael Schur and Dan Goor-produced workplace comedy is nearing its fourth season finale without any word of a renewal just yet. In last night's episode, the precinct faces a similar fate: the possibility of being shut down for good. In it, Jake and the squad scramble to take on a heavy case one last time before the hearing takes place. It may seem that the show is foreshadowing cancellation with "The Last Ride."

Social media saves the day

At what seemed like the final 10 hours of the 99th precinct, it was Gina's (Chelsea Peretti) social media expertise that helped save them from being shut down.

Thanks to her broadcast that accidentally showed Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) talk about the possibility of a shutdown, her followers initiated a campaign to help prevent this from happening. Of course, there's also Jake's great sacrifice to catch bigger fish that played a role in getting them to stay afloat. Because life imitates art, can social media help keep "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" on air as well? The series has fervent fans who are very vocal on Tumblr and some have encouraged viewers to get their friends to watch the show when it airs, as ratings play a vital role in whether a series will be renewed or not.

FOX comedy still awaiting renewal

Earlier this month, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" co-creator Dan Goor spoke to TVLine about the renewal of the show and lack thereof. He's aware of how passionate the fans of the show can be and said that in the event of a cancellation, fans of the show "are going to find the presidents of FOX and they are going to deface their houses.

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Probably shouldn't say that...I know I would riot. I would be very upset." Notably, Goor admitted that he and the writers haven't written a "potential series finale" for the show simply because they "do not want this to be the series finale." But with last night's episode, does it seem that the show is foreshadowing cancellation with "The Last Ride?"

'The Last Ride' funniest moments

This week's episode brought about a lot of laughs, especially when Amy (Melissa Fumero) got burned for calling a colleague at the 74 a "friend." Jake and Charles calling out to Terry (Terry Crews) in vain to carry the heavy equipment also earned a chuckle from viewers, as well as Gina's pranks that oftentimes came out of left field. "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is an award-winning show, having two Golden Globe Awards and Creative Arts Emmy Awards. It airs on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on FOX.