Dating guy kid
He must adjust to the life with older, but not necessarily wiser, high school teenagers – including his brother Marcus (Jason Weaver) and Marcus's best friend Mo (Omar Gooding). J.'s missteps of trying to fit in as a kid genius, while being a small kid in high school, as well as the contrast between his smarts and his brother's underachieving nature. Their father Floyd Henderson (John Marshall Jones), a widowed single father who owns his own roofing business, deals with the problems of raising his three kids: Yvette, Marcus and T. So much so, that he becomes the mascot for his school basketball team ("Pugnacious Pete, the Powerful Piedmont Penguin"), which leads to occasional bullying. He spends a fair amount of time at school with his older brother, Marcus, and his brother's best friend, Mo Tibbs. spends much of his time around teenagers, he is occasionally seen spending time with kids his own age, which occasionally results in his attempts to try to fit in with them in situations where he feels out of place. Played by Omar Gooding, the character of Mo Tibbs is Marcus and T. He is typically portrayed in the show as being dimwitted (such as confusing a rasher with a haberdasher) and sometimes gullible, to the point where in the episode "I Was a Teenage Sports Wife", T. makes Mo part of a placebo experiment by giving him sugar-filled pill capsules that T. claims will stimulate synapses in the brain (therefore increasing intelligence), in order to better perform on tests, only for Mo to inform other students about the pills and flooding T. J.'s bed (having done so as part of a plan to help T. sneak out to see a friend at an arcade after being reprimanded – and effectively, grounded – by Floyd over his choice of clothing).
Older brother Marcus Henderson, the suave and underachieving middle child, also deals with teenage problems, such as finding a date and doing homework (though he sometimes tries to get T. Although they have some tense moments, it is obvious that the two brothers – who share a bedroom throughout the series – care for each other deeply. Despite this, Floyd seems to genuinely care about Mo and, as seen in "Diary of a Mad Schoolgirl", shares with him a passion for barbecuing.
The layout changed again in season three with the kitchen remaining the same, but the living room layout changes including the front door now located at stage left. J.'s bedroom is the only set to remain the same during the course of the entire series. The four main sets seen in the show are the classroom, the hallway, the cafeteria and the auditorium.
Piedmont High is the high school that Yvette, Marcus, Mo and T. The hallway changes its layout twice during the series.
The opening sequence for the first two seasons was fully computer animated with the exception of the cast video headshots.
The theme song for the first and second seasons was produced and written by Kristian Rex who also scored the music for the entire second season.
The theme song for Smart Guys's third and last season was performed by Hami and featured cast member Omar Gooding.
Tahj Mowry did not appear in the season 3 episode "Get a Job" and Omar Gooding did not appear in "A Little Knowledge" as Jason Weaver, Essence Atkins and John Marshall Jones are the only cast members to appear in every episode.
The series was taped at Sunset-Gower Studios in Hollywood.
This kindness bleeds into your other relationships. Being a single mom means that you have been through at least three life-altering experiences.