During the Credits
There are extra scenes during the first four minutes of the credits of 22 Jump Street.
Captain Dickson gives Schmidt and Jenko their future assignments. Each one teases potential future sequels and includes a movie poster. Some of these sequels include footage, and most of the movie posters have taglines.
23 Jump Street: Medical School – Jenko pushes Schmidt in a wheelchair as they both flee from a group of pursuing Asians with pistols. Tagline: “Turn Your Head And Cough.”
24 Jump Street: Foreign Exchange – Schmidt and Jenko are excited about this assignment until Dickson specifies that it’s in Russia, where Schmidt says, “Do svidanya,” and Jenko says, “Vodka soda.” Tagline: “A Steaming Load Of Bolshevik”
25 Jump Street: Semester At Sea – Tagline: “Ship Happens”
26 Jump Street: Art School – Schmidt, with black eyeliner and an emo haircut, is shown walking through a school hallway and fixing his long black hair behind his ear.
27 Jump Street: Culinary School – Schmidt tells Jenko, “There’s a microchip in this empanada.” Bill Hader appears and says, “Old family recipe.” He raises a gun at them and says, “Best to keep it a secret.” Jenko picks up and throws a butcher knife at Hader. Hader looks down at the knife lodged in his chest and exclaims, “Oh, shit!” Tagline: “Let’s Stew This.”
28 Jump Street: Veterinary School – Tagline: “Farmed and Dangerous”
29 Jump Street: Sunday School – Jenko asks, “Cap, does Schmidt look any different to you?” The camera pans to reveal Seth Rogan. Dickson says, “No. That’s Schmidt. I don’t know what you’re talking about, man. He look exactly the same to me.” Rogan says, “I got new glasses.” Dickson says, “Yeah, man, he just got some new glasses, man. God damn.” Rogan whispers to Jenko, “No one’s gonna fucking notice.” In the next scene, the two partners, dressed in cassocks and stoles, get out of a car while holding pistols. Jenko says, “Let’s do this, Schmidt.” Rogan says, “Yeah. Just like we always do, Jenkins.” Jenko whispers, “It’s ‘Jenko.'” Rogan whispers back, “Sorry.” Tagline: “Holy Sh*t”
30 Jump Street: Flight School – Jenko tells Schmidt (now Jonah Hill again), “I’m really, really glad you’re back, Schmidt.” Hill says, “What are you talking about? What contract dispute? I’ve been here the whole time.” Dickson says, “Man, shut the fuck up. How about a flight academy?” Anna Faris breaks up Schmidt and Jenko’s dramatic slow walk in the next scene and flips them the bird with both hands. Faris then says, “Undercover just got a whole lot sexier.” Tagline: “Putting The Cop Back In Copilot”
31 Jump Street: Ninja School
32 Jump Street: Fireman School – Tagline: “Bros Before Hose.”
33 Jump Street: Generations – Cameos: Dennis Booker (Richard Grieco) and Harry Truman Ioki (Dustin Nguyen) from the original TV series
34 Jump Street: Return of the Ghost – Footage shows that Ghost apparently survived the helicopter explosion and crawled onto the beach.
35 Jump Street: Traffic School – Tagline: “Double Parking, Double Narcing”
36 Jump Street: Military School – Tagline: “Putting Their Privates On The Line”
37 Jump Street: Scuba Class – Tagline: “Bros Before Cousteaus”
38 Jump Street: Dance Academy – Schmidt exclaims, “Yes! Finally, something I’m amazing at.” Tagline: “Pointe & Shoot”
The next scene features Schmidt and Jenko in a Jump Street video game similar to Grand Theft Auto.
This is followed by brief commercial clips of Jump Street action figures. The Jenko action figure, which comes with a pistol and a blue bong, says, “Get ready for a lifetime of being badass motherfuckers.” The Schmidt action figure, which comes with a bottle of alcohol and an octopus that attaches to his face, says, “It’s inking in my mouth!” The Capt. Dickson action figure says, “Don’t fuck my daughter.”
The action figure clips are followed by a picture of a Jump Street lunchbox and thermos.
The next scenes, including one in which the octopus is firing dual pistols alongside Schmidt and Jenko, are from Jump Street: The Animated Series.
39 Jump Street: The Electronic Target Game – The picture and video clips here depict a kid shooting breakable targets shaped like penises and include Mr. Walters saying, “Don’t shoot my dicks!!” (For Ages 5 to Adult; Batteries Not Included)
40 Jump Street: The Retirement Home – Jenko asks, “Six hours of makeup?” Schmidt replies, “We’re getting too old for this shit.” Tagline: “Old School.”
41 Jump Street: Magic School
42 Jump Street: Beauty School – Tagline: “Dye hard.”
43 Jump Street: Mariachi School – Tagline: “¡Esto se está poniendo ridículo!” (“This is getting ridiculous!”)
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The extra scenes end with a quick montage of scenes from the movies and a new one from the video game in which Schmidt and Jenko drive a car flying off a ramp and throw a grenade at a helicopter while yelling, “Something cool!” The final flurry of cuts also contains a movie poster for ∞ Jump Street.
There are no extras during the rest of the credits.
After the Credits
There is an extra scene after the credits of 22 Jump Street.
After the credits of 22 Jump Street there is a short stinger showing Eric and Mr. Walters cuddling in a prison cell. Mr. Walters asks Eric, “Are you awake?” Eric flatly replies, “No.” Mr. Walters then tells Eric, “I’m late.” Eric’s lips start to quiver. The scene lasts for about 15 seconds.
Songs During the Credits
“22 Jump Street Theme” by Angel Haze (f. Ludacris)
“Live Forever” by Travis Barker & Juicy J & L.I.Z.
“22 Jump Street End Credits” by Mark Mothersbaugh
Special thanks to Mario64a for the stinger submission and Jezamiah, crazy Al, Philip Kenny, and htnguyen for confirmation and the additional descriptions.