Anyone looking for something to crush Johnny Depp's infallible cool will have to get their schadenfreude fix elsewhere. Despite the daft premise (junior cops bust troublesome teens by posing as newcomers to an inexhaustible supply of local colleges) and some truly eye-watering jeans/jacket/mullet tomfoolery, Depp is still manifestly cooler than any of his cohorts.
It's Saved By The Bell meets Miami Vice and, amid all the implausibility, bob a handful of performances so wooden you half expect a cameo from Pinocchio as a coke-peddling quarterback. Still, it's effortlessly entertaining, and earns a gentle pat on the back for tackling 'youth issues' without looking Mormonish. Despite a flaccid lack of extras, six discs make it hard to feel you're not getting some kind of bang for your buck. Worthwhile trash.
BEST BIT Undercover agent Richard Grieco fills in for a campus shock-jock in a gloriously jaw-opening un-PC half-hour.