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Judy was born in Harlem NY. Her father was a high ranking Black Panther and her mother worked at Macdonalds.
Becoming a Police OfficerEdit
Judy joined the Police Force after she graduated high school. She joined as a spy for the Black Panthers under the guidance of her father. She wanted to use the resources and government intel to help the cause and bring down the white devil. She proved to be a cunning and capable officer who had no problem taking a baton to the knees of old white people who mouthed off.
Joining the Jump Street ProgramEdit
Judy had a secret relationship with Tyrell "Waxer" Thompson. Although he was underage, she couldn't resist his sick ass jackets and boots. The relationship ended when Waxer was incarcerated.
Notes and TriviaEdit
- Judy is the only one of the Jump Street gang who has a college degree.
- Judy is one of two of Jump Street officers who was promoted to sergeant (Ioki was the other). Later, she is the only JS officer to be promoted to detective. When Doug Penhall angrily suggests that Hoffs was promoted over him because she was a "double minority" (as a black female), Hoffs points out that she has a college education and worked with the mayor's office over the previous summer, among other reasons why she was picked over Penhall.
- Judy is erroneously given three different middle names in the show's five-year run. Jenko calls her Judith Esther in season one. Her mother calls her Judith Marie in season two. In season three, Judy tells Charles Greening that her middle name is Ann. The 21 Jump Street DVDs gives Judy's middle name as Marie.
- Holly Robinson Peete sang the theme song, with Johnny Deep and Peter DeLuise ad-libbing "jump!" whenever necessary.
- Peete (then Robinson) is the only one of the "Jenko cast" to appear in all five seasons of the show. (Steven Williams also stayed for all five seasons, but did not appear until the seventh episode of the first season.)
Notable Episodes Edit
These episodes are Hoffs-centric or are otherwise very informative about her life.