A group of genius teenagers from a school for gifted students claims one of their teachers is a murderer. After striking out with the police, their last hope is Shawn and Gus, who go undercover and soon discover the kids' imaginations might not be so wild after all. Written by
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When Shawn asks the kids if a lizard's skin is dry and crinkley, and they reply "We believe that it is.", it's a reference to the movie Gung Ho when Michael Keaton's character asks the new Asian owners of the auto factory "Is a frog's a** water tight?" and after a short discussion amongst themselves they reply "We believe that it is." See more
In a wide-shot of the classroom, Avogadro's number appears scrawled across the chalkboard behind Shawn when he sends a student to the principal's office. In a following close-up of Shawn, Avogadro's number is not behind him on the chalkboard. However, in the next close-up, Avogadro's number is once more visible behind Shawn. See more
He's wearing makeup.
Is he gay?
No. Well, maybe. Look, I don't...I don't know.
References 21 Jump Street