->''Whoa whoa, I gotta go...Back to School...AGAIN!''

The new kid Michael is a nerd. A hopeless nerd! And furthermore, he's in love with Stephanie, who as a Pink Lady can only go with a T-Bird. Naturally, the solution is to find out what she wants in a man and become it, regardless of cost or effort. But Michael succeeds so wildly he ends up upstaging the T-Birds, impressing the whole school, and becoming so awesome that Stephanie [[{{Wangst}} starts to question]] whether she wouldn't rather just have the [[BeYourself normal nerdy guy]] who keeps helping her with her essays. When Michael finally [[TheReveal reveals]] his [[BadassBookworm true identity]], he gets the girl and the acceptance he so craves. Hooray!

Even those who took [[{{Grease}} the original]] seriously might have trouble with this one. Song topics include plant reproduction (which is [[FreudWasRight really sex]]), going off to war to become a man (which is [[FreudWasRight really sex]]), and the moral flexibility of the women one meets at the grocery store (which [[IntercourseWithYou isn't even disguised]]). Also features a talent-show act with [[ErectionRejection girls trying to act sexy while dressed as Christmas trees and jack-o'lanterns]], and [[InformedAttribute almost]] [[InformedEmotion every]] [[InformedFlaw instance]] of informed or [[DesignatedHero designated]] [[DesignatedVillain anything]].

This was Michelle Pfieffer's breakout role, but the only other actors you will recognize are Christopher [=McDonald=], [[Film/EmpireRecords Rex Manning]] as the male lead, Pamela Segall, Adrian Zmed, and the actors who reprised their roles from the first movie.
!!This provides examples of:
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: "Cool Rider". Stephanie somehow resists the charms of the sweet British boy, because she's "...lookin' for a dream on a mean machine / With hell in his eyes / I want a devil in skin tight leather..."
* BadassBiker: What Stephanie wants in a man, therefore Michael aims to become one.
* DisneyAcidSequence: The "Turn Back the Hands of Time" number, which takes place when Stephanie apparently spaces out in the middle of the talent show and imagines singing a duet with the spirit of her MysteriousProtector in what we can only take to be Biker Heaven. Except that when Stephanie returns to reality at the end of the number, the audience is applauding and she's won the talent show, leaving us to wonder if they all somehow experienced the whole sequence with her. And, if not, then who was really singing the male part of the duet while she was tripping out?
* DynamicEntry: Michael's appearance at the Bowl-a-Rama, at the beginning of "Who's That Guy?"
* ForbiddenFruit: Pink Ladies can only go with a T-Bird. Anyone else better not even look.
* GuiltyPleasures: Wholly guilty.
* IWantSong: "Cool Rider," complete with TitleDrop.
* MalAProper: Johnny Nogerelli, whose verbal garbling produces gems such as turning "menstruation" into "mentalstration".
* MustNotDieAVirgin: Intentionally invoked and set to music, with the song "Let's Do It For Our Country". Louis brings Sharon down to the bomb shelter, where a confederate sounds the bomb siren to make her think it's TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Cue an incredibly [[{{Narm}} Narmful]] song where she sings about volunteering for the war, contrasting with his rather less patriotic intentions. Then she realizes the siren has stopped, opens the shelter door, and trips over his friends listening at the door.
* SecretIdentityIdentity: "Charades" is this trope in song.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: Michael and Johnny. Played straight until Michael gets a cycle, then inverted as Stephanie has eyes only for him, while Johnny tries to deal with it.
* TookALevelInBadass: Michael takes one. Naturally.