22 Jump Street

Continuity mistake: In the beginning when Morton and Greg meet the drug dealers at the harbor, look at the big rig that is hooked up to the trailer. In the first few shots the truck brand is a Volvo, then when the truck drives away, it's an International.

Revealing mistake: When Schmidt is receiving text messages on his Xperia Z from Captain Dickson that he is going to kill him for dating his daughter, you can hear the phone chiming, but when he shows his cell phone you can see in the notification bar it's on silent. (00:59:00)

Revealing mistake: When showing the characters enter the library, a sign identifying the real-world location as Tulane University is visible.

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Trivia: When Schmidt and Jenko are being chased by the dealers, they drive through the Robotics lab and one of the students inside does a Wilhelm scream.

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Trivia: The Vietnamese Jesus in Schmidt and Jenko's hallucination is played by Dustin Nguyen, who also played Harry Truman Ioki in the original 21 Jump Street TV series.

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Jenko: I'm your best nightm... I'm your worst nightmare.

Jenko: Oh, hey, look, there's Korean Jesus.
Captain Dickson: It's Vietnamese Jesus now, you racist motherfucker.

Schmidt: He's black! He's been through a lot!

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Question: What happened to the girl that Schmity fell in love with and was with at the end of the first movie?

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Chosen answer: While her fate is currently unknown, we do know that Brie Larson did not reprise her role for the sequel because of the story taking place in college.

Question: In the "My name is Jeff" videos where they actually show the video from the movie as well as the voices, sometimes they show a close-up of his face, but sometimes it's from more of a distance. Which one do they use in the movie, and where's the other one used?

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Question: After the final fight where Ghost is killed in the exploding helicopter, it is eventually revealed that he supposedly survived it during the end credits and returning for one of the mock sequels titled "34 Jump Street: Return of the Ghost." Did he really survive the explosion or was his return just a gag and he really died after all?

Chosen answer: Given the obviously jokey nature of all the mock sequels in the closing credits and the highly explosive nature of what happens to him, it's probably best to assume that Ghost was indeed killed in the helicopter.

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