21 Jump Street

1987-1990

Tom Hanson


GENERAL INFORMATION

A group of young cops work undercover in high schools and colleges to catch troubled youths. The show's plots covered typical issues of its time, including alcoholism, hate crimes, drug abuse, racism, homophobia, AIDS, child abuse, and sexual promiscuity. Source: Wikipedia

Created By: Patrick Hasburgh and Stephen J. Cannell

Aired On: FOX Network

Cast: Johnny Depp, Holly Robinson, Dustin Nguyen, Peter DeLuise

SEASON ONE Click on the pilot title to link to the gallery.

  • Pilot; Jump Street Chapel, 12 April 1987

  • America, What a Town, 19 April 1987

  • Don't Pet the Teacher, 26 April 1987

  • My Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades, 3 May 1987

  • The Worst Night of Your Life, 10 May 1987

  • Gotta Finish the Riff, 17 May 1987

  • Bad Influence, 24 May 1987

  • Blindsided, 31 May 1987

  • Next Generation, 7 June 1987

  • Low and Away, (a.k.a. Running On Ice) 14 June 1987

  • 16 Blown to 35, 21 June 1987

  • Mean Streets and Pastel Houses, 28 June 1987

SEASON TWO

  • In the Custody of a Clown, 20 September 1987

  • Besieged: Part 1, 27 September 1987

  • Besieged: Part 2, 4 October 1987

  • Two for the Road, 11 October 1987

  • After School Special, 18 October 1987

  • Higher Education, 25 October 1987

  • Don't Stretch the Rainbow, 1 November 1987

  • Honor Bound, 8 November 1987

  • You Ought to Be in Prison, 15 November 1987

  • How Much Is That Body on the Window?, 22 November 1987

  • Christmas in Saigon, 20 December 1987

  • Fear and Loathing with Russell Buckins, (a.k.a. Doin' the Quarter Mile in a Lifetime) 27 December 1987

  • A Big Disease with a Little Name, 7 February 1988

  • Chapel of Love, 14 February 1988

  • I'm OK, You Need Work, 21 February 1988

  • Orpheus 3.3, (a.k.a. The Convenience Killer) 28 February 1988

  • Champange High, 6 March 1988

  • Brother Hanson & The Miracle of Renner's Pond, 13 March 1988

  • Raising Marijuana, 17 April 1988

  • Best Years of Your Life, 1 May 1988

  • Cory and Dean Got Married, 8 May 1988

  • School's Out, 22 May 1988

SEASON THREE

  • Fun With Animals, 6 November 1988

  • Slippin' Into Darkness, (a.k.a. Date With An Angel) 13 November 1988

  • The Currency We Trade In, 20 November 1988

  • Coach of the Year, 27 November 1988

  • Who's Choice Is It Anyways?, 11 December 1988

  • Hell Week, 18 December 1988

  • The Dragon and the Angel, 15 January 1989

  • Blu Flu, 29 January 1989

  • Swallowed Alive, 5 February 1989

  • What About Love, 12 February 1989

  • Woolly Bullies, 19 February 1989

  • The Dreaded Return of Russell Buckins, 26 February 1989

  • A.W.O.L., 19 March 1989

  • Nemesis, 26 March 1989

  • Fathers and Sons, 9 April 1989

  • High High, 23 April 1989

  • Blinded by the Thousand Points of Light, 30 April 1989

  • Next Victim, 7 May 1989

  • Loc'd Out: Part 1, (a.k.a. Partners: Part 1) 14 May 1989

  • Loc'd Out: Part 2, (a.k.a. Partners: Part 2) 21 May 1989

SEASON FOUR

  • Draw the Line, 18 September 1989

  • Say It Ain't So, Pete, 25 September 1989

  • Eternal Flame, 2 October 1989

  • Come from the Shadows, 9 October 1989

  • God is a Bullet, 16 October 1989

  • Old Haunts in a New Age, 30 October 1989

  • Out of Control, 6 November 1989

  • Stand by Your Man, 13 November 1989

  • Mike's P.O.V., 20 November 1989

  • Wheels and Deals: Part 2, (Part 1 was aired as part of the spin-off series Booker) 27 November 1989

  • Parental Guidance Suggested, 4 December 1989

  • Things We Said Today, 18 December 1989

  • Research and Destroy, 8 January 1990

  • A Change of Heart, 15 January 1990

  • Back from the Future, 29 January 1990

  • 2245, 5 February 1990

  • Hi Mom, 12 February 1990

  • Awomp-Bomp-Aloobomb, Aloop Bamboom, 19 February 1990

  • La Bizca, 26 February 1990

  • Last Chance High, 19 March 1990

  • Unfinished Business, 9 April 1990

  • Shirts and Skins, (a.k.a. A New Breeze Blowing) 30 April 1990

  • How I Saved the Senator, 7 May 1990

  • Rounding Third, 14 May 1990

  • Everyday is Christmas, 21 May 1990

  • Blackout, (a.k.a. Business as Usual) 16 July 1990