"22 Jump Street" is a great sequel, but still as mature as the first. Sex-reference to "watching people f--k or can we actually f--k?" References to: sleeping with students (said by a teacher, lesbians, tampons, and boners (erections). A reference to woman's nipples producing milk as the guy from 21 Jump Street is back "without a d--k" and then says "they gave me a vagina! It's awesome!" Then, he implies that Eric, also from 21 Jump Street, had sex with him, but Eric makes it clear that that's not true. References to fornicating, thrusting, pumping, etc. Schmidt gets mad that Jenko has a new friend and says "why don't you guys tie your d--ks together and get married?" Schmidt asks Maya, as they are looking at a sculpture of two huge eggs, what she thinks it looks like and she says she doesn't know. So, Schmidt says "You can't admit that it looks like testicles?" and she says "Yes, that's exactly what I was thinking." Schmidt and Maya are, later, shown the morning after they've had sex, fully covered, no nudity shown or implied. During the same scene, Maya's roommate says to Schmidt "you're like the loudest climaxer I've ever heard." In a later scene, Schmidt says to another guy that he got laid (had sex) and describes it a little. More references to homosexuals. Someone says that Schmidt is "a bag of d--ks." Jenko finds a sex toy of a penis is found in a college student's dorm room and throws it at Schmidt. Toward the end, Jenko sticks his hand up Jenko's shorts. He accidentally grabs his penis, and Schmidt says "No, that's my d--k!" Then, Jenko tries again and Schmidt says "That's also my d--k!"
Language-very frequent, strong language includes: "BS," b--ch, vagina, penis, biga--, d--k, f--kers, goddamn, goddammit, f--k, hell, bulls--t, motherf--ker, motherf--king, holy s--t, p---y, a--, Jesus Christ!, sons of b--ches, f-gg-t, and nuts,
Violence-less violent than the first;no blood
Drinking/Drugs/Smoking-the song "Turn Down For What," which is all about getting wasted, is played in one scene. References to drinking alcohol and getting high. Schmidt, Jenko, and others are shown drinking, they are college students so they could be undreage, and partying a lot. This time, the drug is called Why Phy, sounding exactly like "wi-fi"and Schmidt and Jenko have to find the dealer of this drug. Comments are made like "are you f--king high?" Lots of discussion of drugs.
All in all, great sequel. It will appeal to older teens, but may be a better choice for adults. I'm excited to hear that there may possibly be another sequel, 23 Jump Street. Hopefully, we'll see Jenko and Schmidt in medical school!