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->"[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall We're reviving a cancelled undercover police program from the '80s and revamping it for modern time]]. [[BitingTheHandHumor See, the guys in charge of this stuff lack creativity and are completely out of ideas.]] [[FleetingDemographicRule So all they do now is recycle shit from the past and hope that nobody notices]]."
-->--'''Capt. Hardy'''

The 2012 film adaptation of the [[Series/TwentyOneJumpStreet late eighties series]] stars Morton Schmidt (Creator/JonahHill) and Greg Jenko (Creator/ChanningTatum), two screw-up rookie cops who get reassigned to an undercover program where "[[Music/JustinBieber Justin]] [[YouMakeMeSic Beaver]], MileyCyrus lookin' mothas" are sent into high schools. It's an admitted attempt to avoid any creativity by digging up old programs and rehashing them and hoping people won't notice... the undercover program, that is.

Schmidt and Jenko's assignment is to find the makers of a new synthetic drug at a local high school before it spreads to other schools. Schmidt, who was never popular at his own school, receives the cool kid fake profile and gets too into his role. Jenko, who was the popular kid at his school but a failure at everything else, gets the nerdy kid profile and chafes under not understanding what is cool anymore.

When it comes to the actual film's rehashed premise, people did notice, including the writers and directors, who acknowledge the absurdity of the situation and play it for worthwhile laughs. On top of its own premise, the film pokes fun at the action movie genre and any high school movie where people only hang out in the same easily identifiable cliques. i.e. all of them.

The film received positive reviews from critics (85% on Rotten Tomatoes) and was a sizable hit at the box office, earning nearly $202 million worldwide against a $42 million budget.

A sequel was released, ''[[Film/TwentyTwoJumpStreet 22 Jump Street]]'', in which the duo go undercover as college students.

Compare with ''Film/{{Superbad}}'', ''Film/HotFuzz'', and ''Film/TheHeat''.

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!!The film provides examples of:

* ActorAllusion: Ice Cube's verse from "Straight Outta Compton" plays as he talks to Jenko and Schmidt.
* AffablyEvil: Eric. He may be a drug dealer, but that doesn't mean he can't be a very nice guy.
* AffectionateParody: Yes, the movie lampoons the show's premise to hell and back, but the writers [[ShownTheirWork clearly know]] ''[[ShownTheirWork way]]'' [[ShownTheirWork too much about the original series for this to be anything else.]]
* AllBikersAreHellsAngels: Invoked with the One-Percenter gang.
* AlphaBitch: Two cops that are undercover as cheerleaders act like this at Jump Street.
* AngryBlackMan: Lampshaded by [[Music/IceCube Dickson]]. The biker gang also has one of these, their group leader.
-->'''Schmidt''': [[LampshadeHanging The Captain is sassy.]]
-->'''[[Music/IceCube Dickson]]''': [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall I know what you're thinking.]] [[AngryBlackMan Angry Black]] [[DaChief captain.]] [[{{Cliche}} Ain't nothing but a stupid stereotype.]] ''But guess what, [[PrecisionFStrike motherfuckers?]]'' I'm Black. [[SelfMadeMan And I worked my ass off to be the captain.]] [[HairTriggerTemper And sometimes I get angry.]] ''So suck a dick!'' [[JustifiedTrope What I'm trying to show you is, embrace your stereotypes.]]
* AscendedMeme:
** In the video from [[OneSceneWonder a student]] detailing the effects of the HFS drug, the top comment is "I can't masturbate to this."
** "Kneel before Zod."
* AsianAndNerdy: Roman, one of Jenko's {{Nerd}} friends.
* AxCrazy: [[spoiler:Mr. Walters.]]
* BecomingTheMask:
** While pretending to be Schmidt's brother, Jenko comes to think of the Schmidts as his family.
** Jenko calls Schmidt out on becoming too involved with the suspects because he's enjoying being part of the popular crowd & subsequently jeopardising the case.
* BelligerentSexualTension: Subtly occurs between Jenko and Fugazy. Even though Fugazy mocks Jenko and Schmidt while boasting about her successes, she finds Jenko attractive and [[SlapSlapKiss the two were making out at the end of the movie]].
* BigBadEnsemble: [[spoiler:Mr. Walters and Eric are running the drug ring.]]
** Domingo and his gang (The One-Percenters) are a lot worse than [[spoiler:Eric and Mr. Walters.]] The gang is far more capable of violence and most definitely got what they deserved in the end.
* {{Blipvert}}: [[http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/21-jump-street/ The credits.]]
* BlondGuysAreEvil: [[spoiler:Eric]], the resident SmugSnake, though a FreudianExcuse would indicate that his life as a LonelyRichKid [[TheAce Ace]] was a huge factor in his behavior as a {{Hipster}} {{Jerkass}}.
* [[BornInTheWrongCentury Born in the Wrong Decade]]: Done subtly with Schmidt. When he was originally in High School, he had trouble fitting in. A decade later, [[TruthInTelevision nerdy things and being more socially accepting is trendy]]. Suddenly, he has no problems making friends in High School.
** Of course, the subtlety is eventually shot dead when Schmidt says that he wishes he'd been born ten years later, so he would have been one of the cool kids when he was actually in high school.
* BookEnds: The end credits open and close with renditions of the show's theme song.
* BrainlessBeauty: Played straight with Jenko in the beginning of the film. [[CharacterDevelopment Eventually]] [[SubvertedTrope it's subverted]] by the end of the film.
* BrainsAndBrawn: Schmidt and Jenko.
* BrickJoke:
** Jenko insists that Schmidt carry his backpack with only one strap as all the cool kids did in their day. When they get to school, everyone's using both straps.
** Jenko encourages his {{Nerd}} friends to attend the prom and describes their entrance with DisturbedDoves. [[spoiler:He actually brings them out when they do attend prom together.]]
** Jenko finally throws up [[spoiler:during the prom shootout]].
** [[spoiler:Korean Jesus]] appears in the ending credits.
** A very minor one, but when Schmidt and Jenko are engaging the bikers for weed, [[spoiler:one of them says, "if they're cops, [he's] DEA." and gets a chuckle from the biker next to him. Cut to the end of the movie, and it's revealed that they are both undercover DEA agents. See RemakeCameo below]]
* BromanticComedy: Edging on HoYay.
--->'''Schmidt to Jenko:''' "I fucking cherish you."
* CannotSpitItOut: Schmidt initially has a lot of trouble asking Molly to the prom.
* CasualDangerDialogue: Parodied -- when Schmidt & Jenko affirm to a disbelieving [[spoiler:Hanson & Penhall (who have been undercover in Domingo's gang for years with the D.E.A.)]] that they're undercover by noting they're with Jump Street, [[spoiler:Hanson]] promptly forgets about the gang pointing their guns at them as he [[spoiler:mentions that he & Penhall used to be with Jump Street]]... And is promptly shot in the neck.
* ChekhovsSkill[=/=]ChekhovsClassroom: Jenko's newfound knowledge of chemistry comes in handy during the climax.
* ClusterFBomb: This is a ''very'' foul-mouthed movie.
* DawsonCasting: But of course. Both in-universe and out of it. Subverted in that all the suspects keep commenting that Schmidt and Jenko look really old for teenagers.
* DeathByCameo: [[spoiler:Hanson and Penhall reveal they've been undercover DEA agents for years, then get shot repeatedly.]]
* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Jenko finds out the hard way that, in the age of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', environmentalism, and a more pro-tolerance atmosphere, his [[JerkJock alpha-male jock]] routine puts him a lot lower on the PopularityFoodChain than it did in the [[TurnOfTheMillennium early-mid '00s]]. Instead, it's Schmidt, the former high school nerd, whose personality and lifestyle are more in line with what's considered cool in TheNewTens.
* DeconstructiveParody: This movie itself is one affectionate "fuck you" to the original show, poking fun at all the tropes from it and more.
* DenserAndWackier: A slapstick, buddy-cop satire adapted from a show which was much, much more dramatic in tone, commenting on subjects like rape, drug abuse, prostitution, etc.
* DisturbedDoves: InvokedTrope. Jenko insists that this is needed to make the perfect prom entrance.
* DivineRaceLift: Played with. As 21 Jump Street was once a Korean church, Schmidt prays to Korean Jesus.
* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Averted. When a female family friend nearly blows Schmidt's cover in front of the students, he accuses her of molesting him. The students are all disgusted by this and rush to Schmidt's defense.
* DrugsAreBad: But they do have a part in the life of a professional actor (says the drama teacher).
* DumbMuscle: Jenko, at least at the beginning of the movie, where he's a jock who's failing all his classes.
* EveryCarIsAPinto: Schmidt and Jenko are surprised when this turns out ''[[AvertedTrope not]]'' to be TruthInTelevision, after two close calls with a truck hauling propane tanks and a gasoline tanker. [[spoiler:[[RuleOfThree Except with a chicken truck, of all things]]]].
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: Molly, the designated LoveInterest in the film. Fugazy can be seen as this too, as a deleted scene shows she's sexually attracted to Jenko and she makes out with him at the end of the movie.
* EyePatchOfPower: [[spoiler:The leader of the One-Percenters sports one after he is caught in an explosion]].
* FamousLastWords: [[spoiler:Tom Hanson]] had this.
---> ''"[[spoiler:Doug]], I know sometimes I was a jerk to you when we were undercover. I just... I didn't feel good about myself. All the stuff I wore like, the bracelets, the rings, the tight pants. It was just so that people would think I'm cool. The only approval that I ever needed... was my best friend."''
* FiveFiveFive: The number to call for H.F.S.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** [[spoiler:Hanson's]] first line is "If you're a cop, then I'm D.E.A." [[spoiler:He is, in fact, undercover for the D.E.A.]]
** Jenko says that the drug tastes like BBQ Cool Ranch. [[spoiler:Mr. Walters, who is eventually revealed to be the supplier, is seen eating Doritos throughout the movie.]]
*** Even more so, it's revealed that HFS was made from Cool Ranch Doritos and a mixture of drugs from the chemistry lab.
** Jenko threatens to beat the dick off of one of the bikers he arrested. [[spoiler:Near the end, the gym teacher, Mr. Walters, gets his dick shot off.]]
** Throughout the film, you can see parking tickets accumulate on the windshield of Schmidt and Jenko's car. Eventually, when they actually ''do'' run into an emergency where they need to use their car, the wheels are locked by the police.
** "I would've taken a bullet for you." In the climax, [[spoiler:Jenko [[TakingTheBullet takes a bullet]], though he survives.]]
* FriendsWithBenefits: Eric and Molly are in a casual relationship, and when Schmidt shows interest in her, Eric doesn't mind him taking her away from him.
* FunWithAcronyms: The drug, HFS -- Holy Fucking Shit.
* GetRichQuickScheme: The only reason why [[spoiler:Eric]] is involved in dealing drugs.
* GilliganCut: Schmidt and Jenko enter the police force expecting "a lifetime of being {{badass}} motherfuckers". Instead, they're put on park patrol duty.
* GoodIsNotNice: Schmidt, Jenko, and Captain Dickson.
* GroinAttack: [[spoiler:Mr. Walters]] getting his dick shot off in the climax.
** Schmidt kicks a guy in the nuts.
* HollywoodLaw: You only have to read suspects the MirandaRights when you're questioning them, not in order to arrest them or get the charges to stick. Also, cops are ''forbidden'' from reciting the Miranda Rights from memory to prevent errors.
* HeartbeatSoundtrack: Plays when Schmidt asks his neighbor to the prom in the beginning of the movie.
* HighSchoolDance: The prom actually, and for Jenko it's SeriousBusiness.
* {{Hunk}}: Jenko is noted to be a "classic handsome, none of that hipster 'Am I a girl? Am I a guy? I dunno'."
* IntoxicationEnsues: Schmidt and Jenko take some of the drug, hallucinate Mr. Walters' head turning into different things, and then flip out during their next class.
* InvulnerableKnuckles: Averted. Schmidt takes a punch to the gut. Eventually he hits the guy back, then clutches his hand in pain and says "That hurt worse than when he hit me!".
* JerkJock: Jenko was one of these in high school, and seemed to have this trait still when he went undercover by punching the first person he saw.
* JustifiedTitle: The sequel, ''22 Jump Street'', sees the church bought back by the Koreans, thus forcing the program to move to -- you guessed it -- 22 Jump Street.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Hanson and Penhall after getting shot to hell. Huge pools of blood gush out of their bodies to drive the point home for fans in doubt.]]
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall:
** The quote at the top of the page that could refer to the program and the movie.
** "And that's the end of act two!" (''curtains close'')
* LockAndLoadMontage: Parodied -- Jenko & Schmidt are simultaneously getting ready for the prom & busting the head of the drug ring, only for Schmidt's mother to interrupt by making them do chores. Cue the two cops mowing the lawn & taking out trash in white tuxedos, before continuing with the montage.
* LoveAtFirstSight: Schmidt falls for Molly immediately, but holds himself back due to his job.
* MadeOfExplodium: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] during the chase sequence when the most likely things to explode: a gasoline transport vehicle, and a truck carrying propane tanks [[spoiler:do not explode from contact.]] Of course, the subversions go to ''hell and back'' [[spoiler:when the one thing that ''does'' explode is a truck transporting (wait for it)... chickens.]]
* MirandaRights: It takes a few tries for Jenko to get these memorized.
* MissingWhiteWomanSyndrome: [[ConversedTrope Conversed]] with Captain Dickson.
-->'''Dickson''': As you can see, this kid is white. That means people actually give a shit.
-->'''Schmidt''': Sir, I would like to throw out to you that I would give a shit if he were black.
* MistakenForRacist: Jenko punches a nerd and then tells him to turn off "that gay-ass music", not realizing that using "gay" as an insult is no longer considered acceptable, and promptly learns that the student actually ''was'' gay. Schmidt tries to defuse the situation by pointing out that Jenko couldn't have known he was gay as they'd never met, but just manages to make it worse.
* MythologyGag:
** Jenko shares his name with short-lived Captain Richard Jenko of the original series. WordOfGod is that the Captain is his dad.
** [[spoiler:Hanson and Penhall's [[TheReveal reveal]]]] has plenty of these.
*** In the original show, [[spoiler:Hanson [[BerserkButton hated being made fun of for looking a bit too young for his age.]] So once he left Jump Street, he decided to go undercover as [[PlayingAgainstType somebody who looked older.]]]]
*** There's also this conversation:
--->'''Domingo:''' ''"You [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QwCxlP9PDUQ#! played saxophone]] at my sister's wedding, man..."''
--->[[spoiler:'''Hanson:''']] ''"Tough titty. I fucked her too."''
*** This also wasn't the first time [[spoiler:Penhall]] went undercover as a biker.
* NoodleIncident: Schmidt talks over the drama teachers reminiscing of his acting career. But we do hear such delights as doing coke with WillieNelson's horse...
** The original line was "Whitney Houston's niece", but was dubbed over in the wake of Houston's death.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Schmidt and Jenko are able to pass for high schoolers, despite being in their 20's.
** [[SubvertedTrope Not so much Jenko.]] It becomes a RunningGag of characters pointing out how old he looks.
* OnlyAFleshWound: After getting into a fight at the party he and Jenko throw, Schmidt doesn't realize he's been stabbed in the shoulder blade until someone points it out. After getting patched up with what looks like gauze and duct tape, the wound doesn't seem to bother him for the rest of the movie. Averted when Jenko gets shot in the shoulder at the end; it takes a while for him to get to his feet, and high-fiving Schmidt aggravates the injury.
* ParentalSubstitute: As the film progresses, Jenko comes to [[BecomingTheMask think of Schmidt's family as his own]]. This becomes more poignant when you realize that, according to WordOfGod, Jenko is the son of Captain Richard Jenko, who was killed off in the first season of the original series. Greg Jenko would have been very young at the time.
* PassingTheTorch: The whole point of Hanson and Penhall's cameo was to put closure to the original "[=McQuaid=] Brothers", giving Schmidt and Jenko, the new "[=McQuaid=] Brothers", their time to shine.
* PlatoIsAMoron: While on HFS at band practice, Jenko yells out "Fuck you, MilesDavis!"
* PlayfulHacker: Zack, who Jenko utilizes to tap into [[spoiler:Eric's]] phone.
* PowerWalk: Schmidt, Jenko, and the nerds do it at prom. It doesn't look cool, though, since Schmidt and Jenko are the only ones with decent tuxedos.
* PrettyFlyForAWhiteGuy: Schmidt used to be like this in school when he dressed like {{Eminem}}.
* PrisonRape: [[spoiler:Eric]] fears this the most out of being arrested.
---> '''[[spoiler:Eric:]]''' Do you know what happens to a handsome guy like me in jail? It rhymes with "grape!"
** Made HilariousInHindsight when he becomes a victim of this at the hands of [[spoiler:Mr. Walters]] in the sequel.
* RealityEnsues: Schmidt and Jenko's first attempts to blend in go disastrously. They act like they did back in high school, only to find that the other students react with disdain at best, and outright disgust at worst. The highlight of this is when Jenko uses "gay" as an insult after punching a kid for no reason. [[spoiler:Turns out the kid really is gay, and Jenko just [[DiggingYourselfDeeper dug himself in deeper]].]]
* RearrangeTheSong: The original theme during the credits.
* {{Reconstruction}}: A fairly unusual example. Previous [[{{Deconstruction}} Deconstructions]] of High School films focused on the failings of Generation X and early millenials. This movie serves to highlight many of millenials' positive traits, while contrasting them with their predecessors (i.e. it's now considered cool to be liberal, accepting of gays, and an environmentalist).
* RecycledInSpace: 22 Jump Street is [[PunctuatedForEmphasis THE FIRST MOVIE! IN! COLLEGE!]]
* RemakeCameo: [[spoiler:Johnny Depp, Peter [=DeLuise=], and Holly Robinson Peete all reprise their roles as Tom Hanson, Doug Penhall, and Judy Hoffs, respectively. It's revealed that Hoffs still works with the police while Hanson and Penhall are now undercover DEA agents.]]
* TheReveal: These [[http://images5.fanpop.com/image/photos/29300000/Johnny-in-the-21-Jump-Street-movie-johnny-depp-29351634-709-401.jpg two bikers]] from the One-Percenter gang? [[spoiler:Hanson and Penhall.]]
* SassyBlackWoman: Jr. Jr.
* SchoolPlay: Schmidt plays PeterPan alongside Molly as Wendy.
* SchoolyardBullyAllGrownUp: Jenko to Schmidt. [[SubvertedTrope They're friends now]], though their relationship does get strained until [[spoiler:they meet Penhall and Hanson]].
* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Mr. Walters when he spots his [[{{Squick}} severed penis lying on the ground.]]
* SequelHook: [[spoiler:Following the success of their bust, Schmidt and Jenko are assigned to continue the 21 Jump Street program at a college. ''Film/TwentyTwoJumpStreet'' was released in 2014]].
* SelfDeprecation: DaChief makes fun of restarting the 21 Jump Street program, saying that it was done by people stuck in the past who can't come up with any new ideas.
* SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan: Schmidt and Jenko.
* ShoutOut:
** When Schmidt sees an old baby photo of his, he remarks:
-->''"I look like Fred Savage from TheWonderYears..."''
** After they crack the case, Schmidt and Jenko remark that it's like the ending to ''Film/DieHard'', but in real life. At that point, Jenko is wearing a white tank top and has been [[spoiler:shot in the shoulder]], just like [=McClane=].
** When Creator/StephenJCannell's name appears in the end credits montage, the background is the memorable vanity plate for his production company, with Cannell at his typewriter and tossing a page over his shoulder.
** During his HFS-inspired science rant, Jenko mentions [[Film/{{Avatar}} Unobtainium]], a [[Film/BackToTheFuture flux capacitor]], and a [[Franchise/SpiderMan radioactive spider]].
** The "Pop Quiznos" section of the final chase (while making an improvised bomb, even) is a ShoutOut to ''Film/{{Speed}}''.
* ShownTheirWork: The criminal motorcycle gang are named "One Percenters." In real-life, "One Percenters" is a catch-all term for criminal bikers, so called because of studies which have shown that, despite [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels public perception]], only one percent of bikers are actually criminals.
* SinisterSurveillance: Jenko and his {{Nerd}} friends tap into [[spoiler:Eric's]] phone and routinely listen in on his conversations to track his drug deals, which Schmidt found questionable. However, this also leads to a rift between the two when Jenko overhears Schmidt openly mocking him.
* SirSwearsALot: Dickson.
* SmugSnake: Eric by tenfold.
* StealthSequel: To the original show. First off, WordofGod says that the chapel in the film is the [[http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lzctobISUA1r4ciaio1_500.jpg exact same chapel from the show, that was simply leased to a Korean Church]] and bought back by the police force. Secondly, WordofGod also implies that Jenko [[http://28.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lzctew8Rvk1r4ciaio1_500.jpg is the son of Richard Jenko,]] the captain of the original team that was killed off midway through the first season. [[spoiler:Thirdly, the cameos show that most of the original team is still active.]]
* StringTheory: Schmidt and Jenko presents one displaying the relationships between the students and the dealers, with the supplier indicated by a question mark at the top. After a convoluted explanation:
--> '''Capt. Dickson:''' Who put this together, are you autistic?
--> '''Schmidt:''' It is artistic, sir.
--> '''Capt. Dickson:''' Cut the bullshit. I want to know who's the supplier.
--> '''Schmidt:''' We don't know. That's why there's a question mark on his face. That's not the way his face looks, that's just a question mark.
* TheStoner: Schmidt's parents.
* TalkingIsAFreeAction: [[spoiler:Subverted; Hanson and Penhall]] end up getting shot [[IdiotBall because of their talking.]] Played straight [[FamousLastWords as they're dying.]]
* TakeThat:
** JohnnyDepp hated working on the show. In order to put closure, he agreed to cameo [[http://www.thewrap.com/movies/column-post/johnny-depp-21-jump-street-cameo-came-condition-36376 under the condition that]] [[spoiler:Hanson dies by the end.]] And that's exactly what happened.
** Jenko's "Fuck you ''{{Glee}}''", possibly a response to a TakeThat from ''Glee'' to Channing Tatum.
* TeacherStudentRomance: Mostly averted. Although the AP Chemistry teacher is very obviously [[HotForStudent hot for Jenko]], when she ([[MotorMouth more or less]]) spits it out, Jenko reacts with bewilderment and confusion. However, [[spoiler:it is revealed in the end credits that they were having wild sex during the time Jenko was high as a kite and he doesn't remember the encounter.]]
-->'''Ms. Griggs''': "Oh my God! You're like two hardy boys in one!"
* ThreeWaySex: Briefly glimpsed during the WildTeenParty.
-->'''Molly''': What was the girl in the back doing?
* TitleDrop: Subverted by Capt. Hardy, who fumbles on the location Schmidt and Jenko are supposed to report to. [[spoiler:Though Hanson does refer to Jump Street by its name]].
* TokenGoodTeammate: Molly, in the drug-dealing popular kids.
* TooDumbToLive: Jenko is a cop ''who doesn't know the Miranda rights''.
* TookALevelInJerkass: Schmidt over the course of the movie, though he gets better.
* TrainingMontage: Used to show Schmidt & Jenko's time in police academy & the development of their friendship.
* TwoferTokenMinority: Lampshaded, in the person of the gay black kid that Jenko punches.
* TwoTeacherSchool: Only three teachers and a principal are shown.
* VigilanteMan: [[spoiler:Schmidt and Jenko after they're kicked off the force, even though they still operate within the law.]]
* VillainousBreakdown:
** [[spoiler:Eric]] shows his first signs of his decline when he faces the possibility of being arrested after word gets to him that the One Percenters were tracked by cops. He starts freaking out once he learns Schmidt and Jenko ''are'' said cops and completely loses it once the gunfight begins.
** [[spoiler:Mr. Walters]] has one too. [[spoiler:Having his dick shot off would do that]].
* VisualPun: The end credits have a few of these. The Director of Photography credit is accompanied by footage of a ''shooting'' range, the Editor credit by footage of a tree getting ''cut'' down, and the Casting credit by footage of [[CastingCouch a couch]].
* WasItAllALie: [[InvertedTrope Inverted]]. [[spoiler:Eric]] asks this when Schmidt's cover as a student is blown.
* WildTeenParty: Schmidt and Jenko throw one to get close to the drug dealers. At one point, they wonder how they are going to get beer for the party, since neither one has a fake [=ID=], then laugh at the idea (which may be a ShoutOut to ''SuperBad'').
* WilhelmScream: One of the bikers during the chase scene on the bridge. And again during the credits.

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