“On the streets of the city, there are those who commit crimes and there are those who stop them.” Sounds like the serious, sober opening for a Dick Wolf police procedural, right? No, NBC marketers would tell you, but thanks for playing our game.

Ripped from the headlines — or, rather, the opening titles of a Law & Order episode — comes a new promo for Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the Andy Samberg-fronted comedy that’s moving to the Peacock Precinct next month after five seasons on Fox. Disguised as L&O: NYPD, it features the whole crew as they overpack for a bust, roust an MSNBC host and turn an head-casted guy’s frown upside down.

The theme song is there, the font is there — but where’s the dun-DUN!?

Created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur, the law-and-disorder comedy also stars Melissa FumeroJoe Lo TruglioStephanie BeatrizTerry CrewsJoel McKinnon Miller, Dirk Blocker and Andre Braugher. Original series regular Chelsea Peretti announced in October that she won’t be doing a full season as sardonic, self-obsessed administrative assistant Gina.

Season 6 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine launches at 9 p.m. Thursday, January 10. Watch it with someone you’d like to have thrown in jail.