Schmidt being rejected by the girl he asked to be his date and Jenko being barred from attending because of his grades. Seven years later, the duo meets again at the Jonny Negron: Negron PDF Academy and become friends and partners on bicycle patrol.
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The duo is reassigned to a revived scheme from the 1980s, which specializes in infiltrating high schools. Eric takes a liking to Schmidt, who develops a romantic interest in Molly. Jenko becomes friends with the students in his AP Chemistry class and finds himself becoming more interested in geeky hobbies and academic pursuits. Schmidt and Jenko throw a party at Schmidt’s parents‘ house, where they are living during the course of their assignment, and invite Eric. At a party at Eric’s house, using the phone hack, Jenko and his friends overhear information about an upcoming meeting between Eric and his supplier, but also catch Schmidt making disparaging comments about Jenko. The rift between the duo grows as their new school life intrudes upon their official police work. Eric, stressed and terrified, recruits Schmidt and Jenko as security for a deal taking place at the school prom.
While dressing for the prom, Schmidt and Jenko rekindle their friendship. At the prom, they discover that the supplier is the physical education teacher, Mr. The motorcycle gang arrives for the deal but Molly interrupts them and starts arguing with Schmidt. As a result, the gang leader recognizes Schmidt and Jenko, and orders his men to kill them.
Both officers are congratulated and reinstated in Jump Street as Dickson gives them a new assignment: infiltrating a college. Brie Larson as Molly Tracey, one of Eric’s friends and Schmidt’s love interest. Dave Franco as Eric Molson, a student who is one of the H. Ice Cube as Captain Dickson, a coarse police captain who manages 21 Jump Street. Griggs, a science teacher who has a sexual interest towards Jenko and doesn’t know he is a cop. Jake Johnson as Principal Dadier, the principal of Sagan High.
Nick Offerman as Deputy Chief Hardy. Holly Robinson Peete as Officer Judy Hoffs. Johnny Simmons as Billiam Willing-ham, a Sagan High student who died due to H. In May 2008, Sony Pictures confirmed that a film adaptation of the series was under development. Jonah Hill rewrote an existing script by screenwriter Joe Gazzam and executive produced the film, as well as starred in the film. 2011, although the filmmakers took elaborate steps to disguise the location as a generic city named „Metropolitan City“. The score for the film was composed by Mark Mothersbaugh.