Cop and a Half: New Recruit

Synopsis: A precocious kid and a police officer join forces to catch a criminal at large.
Production: Imagine Entertainment
97 min

Go, Katy! Go, Katy!

Go, go, go, Katy!

Go, Katy! Go, Katy!

Go, go, go, Katy!

Go, Katy!

Go, go, go, Katy!

Dang, Marie, this is police business.

I could've wasted you.

It's just a water gun, you jerk.

This is Mad Dog.

I can't wait for backup.

I'm going in alone.

You're dead meat, Mad Dog.

You feel lucky

about yourself, Sanchez?

Do you, punk?

- [Sanchez] Eat slime, cop.

- You're mine.

Sanchez, come out

with your hands in the air.

- What are you doing?

- Oh, no, I thought you were on fire.

We're not finished,

Mr. Butler.

You're lucky I got a class.

Damn civilians.

- [Sighs]

- [Door Creaking]

Okay, we'll do it the hard way.

Freeze, dirt bag!

- Get out of here.

- I'm history.

Nice of you

to drop in, Butt-ler.

Well, I'm dropping out.

If you hurt me,

my dad will rip your head off.

Blood and guts and slime

will be coming out your ears.

That don't scare Rio.

My dad's doin' hard time.

You must be very proud.

- I am.

- Whoa.

A dollar a day. That's a bargain

to come to this school.

- Ain't it?

- You smell like vomit.

Butler thinks he's a real cop.

Put me down! Crawl back

in the hole you came from!

Two bucks.

Thanks for the money, dweeb.

- Give it back to me, you pus heads.

- Pus heads? - Pus heads?

- That calls for payback.

- Put me down!

Put me down!

Guys, please.

- You little twerp!

- Please.

- I meant it in the nicest way.

- Too bad! - Too bad!

- [Toilet Flushing]

- Ohh! Swirly.

Looks like you had a little accident.

- Hope you have fun.

- Enjoy your recess, nerd!

- Let me in! Let me in!

- I love this school.

I've been looking for you, mister.

You been swimmin', Butler?

No, he's been dunkin' for turds.

[Children Laughing]

[Teacher] That's enough!

Let's you and I take a walk.

- Give my regards to Mr. Flemming.

- [Children] Yeah!

Now tell me, what have

you learned today? Sit up straight.

That I can hold my breath a lot longer

than I thought I could.

Do I sense, uh...

a little insolence?



Devon, Devon, Devon.

Lies are not explanations.

I'm not lying.

Every day these big jumbos...

come and take my money,

they put me in the toilet...

and hold me upside down.

Always blaming it on someone else.

You leave me no choice, Devon.

I have to call your grandmother.

Mister Flemming, please.

You don't have to call her.

She can't take personal calls.

It makes her sick.

And she's on a very hard shift now.

Sit down, Devon.

Devon, if I don't make this call,

you will never learn...

and I would have done you

a great injustice.

- 2-8-3, isn't it?

- Yeah.

- What?

- Yes, Mr. Flemming.

Thank you.

Ah, don't worry about Flemming.

He's just a dork.

Yeah? Well, why doesn't

my grandmother know that?

- [Sirens Wailing]

- Stop, listen.

- Fire truck?

- No, that's a cop.

It's code three.

Let's roll.

[Truck Honking]

[Speaker] I'm not getting

out of this car. I hate to run!

[Driver] I told you I'm not

getting out of this car!

What are you, a nut?

Oh! Oh-oh-oh-oh!

[Driver] I warned you.

- Do all cops do that?

- Only the best.

[Driver] Quintero, who do you think

is gonna run out of gas first?

[Waldo] Chu, get in!

- [Devon] Here, hold these.

- Got 'em.

- Did you get the license?

- You bet.


Quintero, don't jump over that fence.

I hate to run.

Look, we gotta go see that.

Son of a...

Son of a...

I hate to jump.

I really hate to jump.

Come on, Sanchez, keep up.

We're gonna win

first prize this year.

Oh, my goodness!

Who do you think you are,

the Lone Ranger? Get out of my yard!

[Driver] End of the line!

Hey, get your filthy butt off my car.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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