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Brother Hanson & the Miracle of Renner's Pond 

Hanson investigates an arson case involving a book burning incident and a science teacher that wants to teach Creationism in school.

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Officer Judy Hoffs (as Holly Robinson)
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David Greenlee ...
Cameron Crawford
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Jim Crawford
Patti Johns ...
Ms. Leanne Wallace
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Principal Jack Garner
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Cindy
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Brother Williams
Wyatt Orr ...
Josh
Jason Michas ...
Randy
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Shannon
Coby Scheldt ...
Stubbs
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Hanson investigates an arson case involving a book burning incident and a science teacher that wants to teach Creationism in school.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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13 March 1988 (USA)  »

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Unrealistic Characters
21 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Brother Hanson & the Miracle of Renner's Pond" is both the 18th and arguably the worst episode of the second season of 21 Jump Street.In it,we get to see Officer Tom Hanson go undercover as a Bible-thumping student to investigate the recent burning of the science books in school.Also,we get to see a small-town teacher try to stop teaching the Theory of Evolution after his son survived a near death experience.

I just felt that this was simply an atrocious episode.The cast was good but the story was just so shallow.I felt that many of the characters who deal with religion were simply unbelievable and behaved unrealistically especially in modern countries like the United States despite being from a small town setting. They simply lacked common sense and are far from being sensible.


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