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Binding: DVD
EAN: 0689076922142
Format: Box set, Full Screen, Color, NTSC
Label: Anchor Bay
Manufacturer: Anchor Bay
Number Of Items: 28
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Anchor Bay
Region Code: 1
Sales Rank: 46796
Studio: Anchor Bay
Theatrical Release Date: 1987

Features:

* Commentary by: actor Peter DeLuiseUnknown Format
* New interviews with the creator Stephen J. Cannell, plus actors Holly Robinson Peete, Dustin Nguyen, Steven Williams
* 8-page booklet

Product Description:
The Complete First 5 Seasons of 21 Jump Street on DVD. Region 1. US Version, No Imports, Brand New and Factory Sealed.//// 21 Jump Street is the headquarters for a squad of police officers who specialize in investigations relating to young people. Each of the Jump St. personnel was selected for their ability to pass for high school or college students, allowing them to operate undercover in areas where it is difficult for regular police officers to blend in unnoticed.

Episode guide

 Season 1

1. "21 Jump Street (part 1)" (also known as "Jump Street Chapel part 1"; April 12, 1987)
2. "21 Jump Street (part 2)" (also known as "Jump Street Chapel part 2"; April 12, 1987)
3. "America, What a Town" (April 19, 1987)
4. "Don't Pet the Teacher" (April 26, 1987)
5. "My Future's So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades" (May 3, 1987)
6. "The Worst Night of Your Life" (May 10, 1987)
7. "Gotta Finish the Riff" (May 17, 1987)
8. "Bad Influence" (May 24, 1987)
9. "Blindsided" (May 31, 1987)
10. "Next Generation" (June 7, 1987)
11. "Low and Away" (also known as "Running on Ice"; June 14, 1987)
12. "16 Blown to 35" (June 21, 1987)
13. "Mean Streets and Pastel Houses" (June 28, 1987)

 Season 2

1. "In the Custody of a Clown" (September 20, 1987)
2. "Besieged (1)" (September 27, 1987)
3. "Besieged (2)" (October 4, 1987)
4. "Two For the Road" (October 11, 1987)
5. "After School Special" (October 18, 1987)
6. "Higher Education" (October 25, 1987)
7. "Don't Stretch the Rainbow" (November 1, 1987)
8. "Honor Bound" (November 8, 1987)
9. "You Ought to Be in Prison" (November 15, 1987)
10. "How Much is That Body in the Window?" (November 22, 1987)
11. "Christmas in Saigon" (December 20, 1987)
12. "Fear and Loathing with Russell Buckins" (also known as "Doin' The Quarter Mile In a Lifetime"; December 27, 1987)
13. "A Big Disease With a Little Name" (February 7, 1988)
14. "Chapel of Love" (February 14, 1988)
15. "I'm OK- You Need Work" (February 21, 1988)
16. "Orpheus 3.3" (also known as "The Convenience Killer"; February 28, 1988)
17. "Champagne High" (March 6, 1988)
18. "Brother Hanson & the Miracle of Renner's Pond" (March 13, 1988)
19. "Raising Marijuana" (April 17, 1988)
20. "Best Years Of Your Life" (May 1, 1988)
21. "Cory and Dean Got Married" (May 8, 1988)
22. "School's Out" (May 22, 1988)

"Christmas in Saigon" reveals that Ioki is not Japanese, but Vietnamese, and was born Vinh Van Tran.

 Season 3

1. "Fun With Animals" (November 6, 1988)
2. "Slippin' Into Darkness" (also listed as "Date With an Angel"; November 13, 1988)
3. "The Currency We Trade In" (November 20, 1988)
4. "Coach of the Year" (November 27, 1988)
5. "Whose Choice is it Anyways?" (December 11, 1988)
6. "Hell Week" (December 18, 1988)
7. "The Dragon and the Angel" (January 15, 1989)
8. "Blu Flu" (January 29, 1989)
9. "Swallowed Alive" (February 5, 1989)
10. "What About Love?" (February 12, 1989)
11. "Woolly Bullies" (February 19, 1989)
12. "The Dreaded Return of Russell Buckins" (February 26, 1989)
13. "A.W.O.L." (March 19, 1989)
14. "Nemesis" (March 26, 1989)
15. "Fathers and Sons" (April 9, 1989)
16. "High High" (April 23, 1989)
17. "Blinded by the Thousand Points of Light" (April 30, 1989)
18. "Next Victim" (May 7, 1989)
19. "Loc'd Out (part 1)" (also known as "Partners (part 1)"; May 14, 1989)
20. "Loc'd Out (part 2)" (also known as "Partners (part 2)"; May 21, 1989)

Richard Grieco joins the cast during this season as Officer Dennis Booker. While he is in nearly every episode this season, he is always credited as a guest star. Originally, his character was going to be killed at the end of the season, but he proved so popular, the character was given a spin-off.[citation needed]

 Season 4

1. "Draw the Line" (Sepember 18, 1989)
2. "Say It Ain't So, Pete" (Sepember 25, 1989)
3. "Eternal Flame" (October 2, 1989)
4. "Come from the Shadows" (October 9, 1989)
5. "God is a Bullet" (October 16, 1989)
6. "Old Haunts in a New Age" (October 30, 1989)
7. "Out of Control" (November 6, 1989)
8. "Stand by Your Man" (November 13, 1989)
9. "Mike's P.O.V." (November 20, 1989)
10. "Wheels and Deals Part Two" (November 27, 1989; Part One aired as part of the spin-off series Booker)
11. "Parental Guidance Suggested" (December 4, 1989)
12. "Things We Said Today" (December 18, 1989)
13. "Research and Destroy" (Jan. 8, 1990)
14. "A Change of Heart" (Jan. 15, 1990)
15. "Back from the Future" (January 29, 1990; A clip show framed by interviews of the retired cops)
16. "2245" (February 5, 1990)
17. "Hi Mom" (February 12, 1990)
18. "Awomp-Bomp-Aloobomb, Aloop Bamboom" (February 19, 1990)
19. "La Bizca" (February 26, 1990)
20. "Last Chance High" (March 19, 1990)
21. "Unfinished Business" (April 9, 1990)
22. "Shirts and Skins (also known as "A New Breeze Blowing"; April 30, 1990)
23. "How I Saved the Senator" (May 7, 1990)
24. "Rounding Third" (May 14, 1990)
25. "Everyday is Christmas" (May 21, 1990)
26. "Blackout" (also known as "Business as Usual"; June 18, 1990)

Season 4 was the last season to air on the FOX Network. In commentary on the Season 5 DVD set, Peter DeLuise said that FOX had decided to cancel the show after Season 4 because the ratings had fallen below a set limit. Following this season, Johnny Depp and Dustin Nguyen left the show. It was never explained where Officers Hanson or Ioki went, or why they were no longer with the Jump Street Unit. (It should be noted that Hanson's whereabouts were possibly hinted at by Penhall, saying "an old friend of his now runs a bowling alley." Hanson is known for his love of bowling.) The Booker spin-off crossover episode, "Wheels and Deals Part One", is included with 21 Jump Street's syndication package, and is also included on the fourth season DVD set.

Officer Dean Garrett (David Barry Gray) makes his first appearance in "Everyday is Christmas." As it became harder for the original cast members to plausibly pass as high school students, his character and Officer Kati Rocky (Alexandra Powers) were intended to be "youthful" replacements, so the show could maintain its original premise of younger looking cops posing as high school students, while still allowing the older cast a meaningful role on the show.

 Season 5

1. "Tunnel of Love" (October 13, 1990)
2. "Back to School" (October 20, 1990)
3. "Buddy System" (October 27, 1990)
4. "Poison" (November 3, 1990)
5. "Just Say No! High" (November 10, 1990)
6. "Brothers" (November 17, 1990)
7. "This Ain't No Summer Camp" (November 24, 1990)
8. "The Girl Next Door" (December 1, 1990)
9. "Diplomas for Sale" (December 8, 1990)
10. "Number One with a Bullet" (December 22, 1990)
11. "Equal Protection" (January 5, 1991)
12. "The Education of Terry Carver" (January 14, 1991)
13. "Baby Blues" (January 21, 1991)
14. "Film at Eleven" (February 9, 1991)
15. "In the Name of Love" (February 16, 1991)
16. "Cop Love" (also known as "Coppin' Out"; February 23, 1991)
17. "Under The Influence" (March 23, 1991)
18. "Crossfire" (March 30, 1991)
19. "Wasted" (April 6, 1991)
20. "Bad Day at Eagle Rock" (also known as "Bad Day at Blackburn"; April 13, 1991)
21. "Homegirls" (April 20, 1991)
22. "Second Chances" (April 27, 1991)

During this season, Michael Bendetti joined the cast as Officer Anthony "Mac" McCann. Michael DeLuise also joined the cast as Joey Penhall, Doug Penhall's younger brother. Peter DeLuise was credited as a "Special Guest Star" until he left the show in December 1990.

Both Doug and Joey Penhall were written off the show before the season was completed. Peter DeLuise said during his commentary on the Season 5 DVD set that he saw no future for the show, so he decided to leave before it folded with the agreement that he direct two episodes and play in (at least) seven episodes. In the show, Doug Penhall is shot in the line of duty, and after facing his own mortality, decides to leave the force to care for his adopted son, Clavo. As Joey Penhall joined the Jump Street Unit to get closer to his brother, his reason for being at Jump Street no longer existed. His character was written out a few episodes later after mentioning that he was taking a vacation to visit his brother.

Officer Kati Rocky (Alexandra Powers) is introduced in the first episode of the season, "Tunnel of Love." This episode, along with "Back to School" mark the last appearances of Officer Rocky and Officer Garrett, despite the plotlines suggesting that both characters are going to join the main cast. These episodes were both filmed during the fourth season and held over. Neither actor was asked back for the fifth season, and their characters are not mentioned again after their initial appearances.

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