2 Fast 2 Furious
Slap Jack arrives to the area where Tej Parker's race takes places short after its organization. Slap Jack is preoccupied with getting his hair combed by his girlfriend, who reminds him that they need the money he'll win from the win. When Tej asks for the whereabouts of their fourth racer, Joaquin, Slap Jack informs him that he had to take the "graveyard shift" and was unavailable. Without a fourth racer, they wouldn't be able to race.
After Tej contacts Brian O'Conner, the ex-LAPD officer arrives and makes the suggestion that raise the stakes from $2000 to $3500. Slap Jack gives the money to Tej and gets ready to race. Slap Jack leads for a majority of the race until he makes too wide a turn that allows Brian to take the lead. When they hit the bridge, Slap Jack takes the lead again until he jumps the bridge. Brian's car flies over his and Slap Jack's car hits the ground hard behind him, causing him to lose control and hit a billboard.
Following the street race, Slap Jack participates in Tej's car scramble scheme. When Brian and Roman Pearce are transporting money for Carter Verone and are trying to lose the police, they enter a massive garage that ends up surrounded by cops. When the pickup trucks from the warehouse disable the police cruisers and push them out of the way, hundreds of cars come pouring out of the warehouse. Slap Jack is among them, driving his fully repaired 1993 Toyota Supra Turbo MK IV.
- Slap Jack's Toyota Supra makes a brief appearance in the short film prequel to 2 Fast 2 Furious.
- It is unknown if his name is a nickname, as his real name is unknown. It is most likely that he was called "Slap Jack" due to his racing style.
- Slap Jack's Toyota Supra also appears as one of the "Picture Cars" in the world-famous Studio Tour at Universal Studios Hollywood.
- Slap Jack's Toyota Supra was modified from the remaining copies of the orange Supra driven by Brian O'Conner in the first film.
- When the film was first released, Slap Jack hit a Pepsi billboard after jumping off the bridge. Starting in 2008, on newer broadcasts of the film, the Pepsi billboard is replaced by a blank blue wall.