"You have to decide how much time you can give to each of your priorities, and how much of you want to give to each priority," says Carpenter."As professional opportunities start to arise, you'll have to make decisions. helps orchestrate a play that leads Piedmont High to win the basketball game. The house set used in this episode, is slightly different from the one used for the rest of the first season. Also, the first commercial break appears after the scene in the guidance counselor's office (instead of after the scene where Mariah says that she wants T. as her study buddy, and replaces another part of the aforementioned edited scene, where the same student tells T. how to pierce someone's ear), and the second is played after the scene where Marcus blows up at T. for invading his life by attending the same school as him (instead of after the scene where Marcus finds Floyd talking to T. finds himself being ostracized after he tattles on Mo for smoking in the bathroom, going against "The Code", a rule in which friends are not supposed to rat another friend out if they do something wrong. After the basketball team's mural gets defaced by the Truman High basketball players (making them look like women), T. comes up with a plan in which he, Marcus, Mo and their friend Lester sneak into the school so T. can change the grades of the players to make sure they don't qualify to play in the game. But the plan eventually hits a snag when both twins fall for Marquise, and he reveals his real identity, leaving Marcus with neither twin. Guest Starring: Tia Mowry as Rochelle, Tamera Mowry as Roxanne, Marsha Warfield as Principal Dowling Co-starring: Kenya Moore as Vivian Kennedy, Jack Tate as Hank, Granville Ames as Gary Title Reference: Fellow ABC/WB sitcom Sister, Sister Note: Jason Weaver guest starred in two episodes of Sister, Sister, which starred guest stars Tia and Tamera Mowry, the season three episode "Summer Bummer" and the season four episode "Boy from the Hood". getting the limelight instead of him, Marcus decides to fire T. J., Marcus and Mo (a drummer named Goose is seen in this episode, but not in season two's "Big Picture" (in season three's "Achy Breaky Heart", he is forced to quit by his mother due to failing grades and is replaced by a female drummer named Stacy) and a different keyboard player (the one whose finger gets broken) is seen in this episode's teaser scene). and Mo are paired for a science project to observe animal behavior, T. decides to observe and alter the romantic lives of Marcus and Yvette. Cutt as Coach Co-starring: Joseph Ashton as Eldin, Phil Buckman as Barry, Jill Jaress as Receptionist, Jennifer Lyons as Celia, Kimberly S. Neiter Notes: This is the only episode in which Anne-Marie Johnson plays Mrs. The character was written out after the pilot episode. Williams' office removes the part where a student shows T. that he was sent to the principal's office because of his nipple piercing. ends up getting Mo suspended from the basketball team for two weeks, and he cannot play in a game against rivals Truman High. Guest Starring: Marsha Warfield as Principal Dowling, Cirroc Lofton as Lester, Omar Gooding as Mo Co-starring: Alla Kaled as Ricky Marcus unwittingly asks twin transfer students named Rochelle and Roxanne out on a date, not knowing until asking Roxanne (thinking she's Rochelle) what they are going to do on their date that they are twins. J., he creates a suave, worldly and sensitive twin of his own, named Marquise, and goes out on dates with Rochelle and Roxanne at the same coffee shop on the same night. to look for a new computer system for Piedmont High, and he ends up getting wooed by two companies, who offer him cool presents in order to sway his opinion. After Principal Dowling comes to the Henderson household to talk to T. about his final decision on the computer system, he informs her that neither of the two computer companies that lavished him with gifts had the best computer; he also reveals that the company that had the best computer system out of the ones he scouted had only gave him a keychain as a gift -- with a key on it that belongs to a Jaguar. But when a budding music producer scouts Mackadocious to be one of his clients, Marcus changes his mind -- only for T. Notes: This is the first time Marcus' band Mackadocious is shown in the series; however, the only permanent members of the group when the band is seen in later episodes turn out to be T. Guest Starring: Wesley Jonathan as Tyler, Natasha Williams as Alina, Sam Monroe as Warren Co-starring: Sarah Lilly as Mrs. The following is a list of episodes for the The WB situation comedy Smart Guy. Henderson goes from being a fourth grade elementary student to a high-school sophomore at ten years old, much to the dismay of his brother, Marcus, who is in the same grade. In total, there were 51 episodes of the show shot over the course of its three season run, from April 2, 1997 to May 16, 1999.
Your motivations for checking up on this are worth looking at, though, because it gives me the feeling that either something inside you feels like you don’t quite trust this guy or that you don’t trust the relationship you’re in to have trust as a quality (and so you’re always checking and testing because you don’t have that trust to begin with…
ends up getting sent to the guidance counselor's office, twice in the same week: first for laughing at the word "breasts" in class, and then for defending Marcus when he gets into a fight with his best friend Mo over a girl they both like.
becomes the school's penguin mascot, and the eventually tells T.
In your 20s, you dated around, kissed a few frogs, partied with your girls, survived school and got a firm grip on your career (finally! The twenty-something decade is full of exploration and change—but then, you blow out 30 candles and something feels decidedly different."There's this really unique thing that happens in your thirties," says psychologist Kristen Carpenter, Ph D, Director of Women's Behavioral Health at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center.
"You really begin refining and enriching your life, and gaining career traction so you are where you want to be in your forties."According to Carpenter, this is where work-life balance starts to become the top priority.
In order to keep Deion off her back, Yvette fakes a relationship with Mo and begins developing actual feelings for him.