21 Jump Street

Season 4 Episode 1

Draw the Line

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Sep 18, 1989 on FOX
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Booker resigns from the police force after solving a case that gets Hanson out of prison.

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  • Good season opener to Season Four

    This episode follows up from the season three cliffhanger which sees Hanson in jail with Booker and Penhall desperate to get him out. Predictable ending with Hanson being freed but at the expense of Booker who is fired from the program (relocated to the police library) due to the illegal means he used to save Hanson. Booker later returns but this remains his last episode as a jump street officer.

    Not one of the best episodes but stays interesting throughout.

    8 out of 10moreless
  • Good start to an interesting 4th season.

    This episode ties up the cliffhanger of the 3rd season very nicely. The last episode of the 3rd season, "Loc'd Out" was a two-parter with a complicated plot. But this episode steers clear of complications and instead focuses on the characters' relationships with each other as they solve the case. The plot is serious, but the dialogue is lighthearted in many places. Notice the police academy photo of Tom Hanson hanging on the wall -- hair wild, looking rebellious -- only 'Tom' didn't look at all like this in the Pilot episode, if we recall. A lot changed in 3 years.moreless
Steven Williams

Steven Williams

Captain Adam Fuller

Peter DeLuise

Peter DeLuise

Officer Douglas 'Doug' Penhall

Holly Robinson Peete

Holly Robinson Peete

Officer Judith "Judy" Hoffs

Richard Grieco

Richard Grieco

Dennis Booker (season 3-4)

Dustin Nguyen

Dustin Nguyen

Officer Harry Truman Ioki (season 1-4)

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp

Officer Thomas "Tom" Hanson (season 1-4)

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Hanson: They never got me.
      Cellmate: You gotta remember that after your first nightmare.

    • Fuller: Look, Dennis, you work with young people, so I don't suppose you concider yourself young, I can see that because you stopped asking yourself the one question that young people want answered. "What's going to happen to me?". Just because they're young, doesn't mean it's a foolish question.

    • Hanson: Doug, I'm sorry about Harry.
      Doug: It's okay, he'll snap out of it.
      Hanson: He doesn't know?
      Booker: I meant to tell you.
      Doug: Tell me what?
      Booker: Not you.
      Hanson: Doug, Harry's dead.
      Doug: No...
      Booker: No.
      Hanson: What do you mean, "no"?
      Booker: He's still in the hospital.
      Doug: Aw, you scared the hell out of me!

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