When "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" season 4 left for its three-month long hiatus, the show gave viewers something to think long and hard about: Will the seemingly indestructible Gina (Chelsea Peretti) survive the bus accident? Following that cliffhanger during the show's midseason finale, many fans have been wondering if the show has enough guts to kill off one of its most defining characters.

With "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" still awaiting renewal for a fifth season at FOX, fans are also wondering what creators Michael Schur and Dan Goor have up their sleeves for the second half of the show's third season.

They've already teased some interesting guest stars, including "Castle" actor Nathan Fillion, who will play wanna-be detective and TV star Mark Devereaux in an upcoming episode. He'll help his fans, Jake (Andy Samberg) and Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz) solve a case, but not without annoying them first.

Gina might be really dead

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" boasts of an ensemble cast who's masters at comedy. Even Dan Goor and Michael Schur's statements about Gina's fate must be taken with a grain of salt, given how much they don't want to give away about Chelsea Peretti's character's outcome on the show. Peretti is, in fact, pregnant IRL, which has led viewers to speculate on whether she will continue to be part of the show.

When asked about Gina's fate in "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" season 3 on Twitter, she responded, "She died." Again, her statement should be taken with a grain of salt, because while she might be one of the most polarizing characters on the show, she's also one of those who does the heavy lifting alongside Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher.

Amy's past catches up with her in 'The Audit'

Tomorrow's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" episode will find the precinct in an audit, which coincidentally lies in the hands of Amy's (Melissa Fumero) ex-boyfriend, Teddy (Kyle Bornheimer). Back in season 2, Amy and the pilsner enthusiast Teddy broke up when Amy admitted that she had feelings for Jake.

"Jake and Amy are understandably freaked out when Teddy shows up. Jake feels very responsible for Amy’s break up with Teddy," Goor told TVLine. To make things worse, Teddy will find Amy and Jake in a good place, come tomorrow's "The Audit," as the pair had agreed to move in together during the midseason finale. Andy Samberg even went as far as calling Jake and Amy "a functional couple" in a recent chat with The Hollywood Reporter.

"Even though they are very different people, personality-wise, there was something that brought them together very naturally," Samberg explained. " They start off as coworkers and then friends, and then it happens really slowly and organically and for some reason, it works because they know each other so well.

We liked that as the model for Jake and Amy. To this point, that's the way that it's been, and we've been enjoying that."

Viewers are expecting to see more of that dynamic between Jake and Amy when it returns to FOX tomorrow with "The Audit," which will reveal Gina's fate and feature the return of Amy's ex-boyfriend, Teddy. "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" airs on FOX every Tuesday at 8 p.m.