Smart guy the dating game
The second season of Smart Guy aired from September 1997 until May 1998 and consisted of twenty-two episodes. During this season we are introduced to new characters such as Yvette's friend, Lydia and Mo and Marcus' friend Mackey. J.) are faced with more trials and tribulations as they try to adjust to attending the same school.
The journey of finding the right kind of person for yourself begins with you selecting a username that is clear, easy to remember, quirky/fun, and positive.Mo all but lives at the Henderson's house and hates eating at his own house (having once chipped a tooth while eating oatmeal cooked by his mother, as he notes in the opening scene of "Get a Job").In the season three episode "That's My Momma", Mo accidentally overhears a conversation between his parents Delroy and Verla Mae that they had adopted him as a baby – this leads him to have a falling out with his parents and Marcus and T. helping him find his birth mother – who is revealed to be a fortune teller in Delaware named Shelia Ecks.Yvette sometimes finds it hard being the only girl in a family full of mostly men, as seen in the season two episode "Men Working Badly". A." In the season one episode "The Code", it is revealed that she has a fake I. Although the character of Yvette is in her late teens, Essence Atkins (born on February 7, 1972 and therefore being in her mid-20s during the run of the series) is actually only ten years younger than John Marshall Jones, who plays her character's father Floyd. He is a self-made businessman and owns a roofing company called Floyd Henderson Contracting.Episodes in which her character dates a fellow Piedmont High student feature Yvette sometimes overthinking the relationship, such as when she dated a dimwitted swimmer whom she had mainly a physical attraction to in the episode "Big Picture" or when high school senior Yvette dated a sophomore in the episode "T. Played by John Marshall Jones, the character of Floyd Henderson is a widower and the single-father of sons T. After the loss of his wife, he would eventually start dating once again: such as in season two's "Dateline", when T. sets Floyd up with a woman named Jamie (Jackie Mari Roberts) through an online dating service, whom T. eventually gets jealous of after Floyd spends less time with him; and in the season three episode "Beating is Fundamental", when he dates a woman whose son T. dislikes (and later punches), though many of the women that he is seen dating in the series are usually not seen for more than one episode.
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