Hanson and Penhall go undercover in a high school after a teacher and his wife are shot at in front of their home.

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Officer Judy Hoffs (as Holly Robinson) (credit only)
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Mike Pratt (as Donovan Leitch)
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Helen Akerly
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Bill Peterson
Robert Metcalfe ...
Mr. Hunt
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Mr. Tompkins
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John
Wendy Van Riesen ...
Mrs. Pratt
John Destry ...
Joe (as John Destrey)
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Jim
Morgan Brayton ...
Marcy
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Hanson and Penhall go undercover in a high school after a teacher and his wife are shot at in front of their home.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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20 November 1989 (USA)  »

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First (only?) episode to be told from a first point-of-view from the suspect (Mike). The only appearances of Hanson and Penhall are during their separate interactions with Mike, until the climax. Fuller is only seen in the background, as Mike is able to see out of his classroom. See more »

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Right after the opening credits, when listing the guest stars, it lists Paul Linke as Mr. Tomkins. Then immediately shows a shot of the the character's house and the name on the mailbox says "Tompkins". See more »

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Ordered To Kill
26 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mike's P.O.V. is the ninth episode of the fourth season of 21 Jump Street.

In the storyline,Officers Thomas Hanson and Douglas Penhall go together to investigate a murder of a the wife of a high school teacher.During their investigation,both discover that the husband of was in fact guilty of the crime when he hired a student to kill her.

This was an interesting episode as the viewer will definitely care for the characters particularly the student who was paid to do the crime.The emotions that he exhibited of that of a confused and conflicted teen-ager will definitely touch the viewer in more ways than one.Kudos to the writers of the episode.


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