Joey kills someone in the line of duty. To help him cope, his psychologist recommends that he enter into an experimental program in which he helps care for a drug-addicted baby.

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Officer Judy Hoffs (as Holly Robinson)
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Mrs. Williams
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Katherine Jameson
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Nurse
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Gerry Nairn ...
Gerald Hodapp
James Purcell ...
Dr. Reznick
Alfonso Quijada ...
Gonzales
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Joey kills someone in the line of duty. To help him cope, his psychologist recommends that he enter into an experimental program in which he helps care for a drug-addicted baby.

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21 January 1991 (USA)  »

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The Focus On Joey Penhall
4 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Baby Blues is the thirteenth episode of the final season of 21 Jump Street.

Officer Joey Penhall becomes central to the storyline when he takes responsibility for a baby girl.He took him into custody and took care of her in an odd way while he tries to locate the mother who happens to be a drug addict.Obviously,Joey was severely affected with the way he takes care of the baby.He killed someone in the line of duty.Presently, he is under the care of a psychologist who helps him to cope with the incident psychologically and emotionally.

This was surprising episode that revolves on Joey,the brother of Retired Officer Douglas Penhall.Since he is the focus of the episode,the performance provided by Michael DeLuise was good enough to make it decent.


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