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21.0 Jump Street 

When Contra Security is hired to find a teen cyber-bully, Cameron finds himself back at his former high school, where he must relive his un-glory days.

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Seth Gordon

Writers:

Adam F. Goldberg (created by), Seth Gordon (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bret Harrison ... Cameron Price
Odette Annable ... Melanie Garcia
Alphonso McAuley ... Calvin 'Cash' Sparks
Christian Slater ... Oz
Mike Tyson ... Mike Tyson
Michael Rosenbaum ... Dutch
Trevor Moore ... Josh Armstrong
Jennifer Irwin ... Creepy Carol
Zack Pearlman ... Leslie Kaczander
Nora Kirkpatrick ... Patty Boggs
Nick Jandl ... Kip O'Bannon
Heather Sossaman ... Megan
Ryan Heinke ... High School Stoner
Jay Sincere ... Nigerian Dude
Alvaro Manrique ... DJ (as Alvaro Orlando)
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Following Oz's (Christian Slater) orders to work for Mike Tyson, Cameron (Bret Harrison) enlists his Contra Security co-workers to help a geeky teenager who is being bullied by a high school classmate. Upon arriving at school, Cameron finds an old friend of his working there, too. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Crime

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TV-14
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Fox has completed destroyed a decent concept for a show with this episode.
18 May 2011 | by generalleeobviousSee all my reviews

This show started out amusing, but with this episode it has degraded into the impossible to watch category. They took a pretty awesome concept, and ruined it with the absolute lamest jokes imaginable. It's like the writers or producers are trying to make fun of the geeks from their high school, but can't even manage to do that. It's not like it's difficult to make fun of geeks, right? Whoever is making the executive decisions for this show lacks maturity, intelligence, and a sense of humor. It's like the equivalent of an episode that's all fart jokes, but isn't ironic, and isn't as funny as a fart joke. I get the impression that the people running this episode have never spoken to a geek, but were complete losers in high school. They seem to think everyone with a smidgen of technical understanding was like Steve Urkle except dropped on their head several times, horrendously obese, & obsessed with obscure comic books to the point of social retardation. The creators of this drivel apparently think this makes for sympathetic characters. I pity them their childhoods.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 May 2011 (USA) See more »

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