Dating a really smart guy
Guest starring: Dann Florek as Coach Gerber, Liz Torres as Principal Maldonado Co-starring: Fred Applegate as Mr. Lang, Joe Colligan as Referee, Sebastian Tillinger as Terry, Jamal Hamilton as Opposing Player, Joshua Levey as Student #1, Maya Elise Goodwin as Valerie Title Reference: Above the Rim Feeling that it's time for his dad Floyd to start dating again, T. uses a computer dating service to hook Floyd up with a beautiful woman.
Meanwhile, Yvette has second thoughts about quitting the cheerleading squad.
In total, there were 51 episodes of the show shot over the course of its three season run, from April 2, 1997 to Match 16, 1999. J.'s ideas be passed to the boss by Ferret, and Floyd feels it's time to lay down the law when he finds that T. is barely spending any time with the family, and he ends up missing his father's basketball game. He previously appeared as Sheldon, a character similar to the one he plays in this episode in the episode "Primary Brothers", four episodes earlier. After it seems Mo may be done for during a mock trial that T. is forced to work at "Chow Wagon", delivering food, and ends up impressing the boardroom at an electronics company, specializing in the manufacturing of DVDs. Ferret as payback for getting him in trouble with the boss for explaining that T. Guest starring: Jim Jansen as Paxton Murdoch, Scott N. Ferret Co-starring: Robin Stapler as Jeanine Neufelt, Roxanne Beckford as Perkins, Michele T. Ward as Principal Militich Title Reference: Working Girl When the basketball coach quits in the middle of a game after Coach Gerber finds out that his wife has decided to leave him, the team must come up with another coach or forfeit -- so T. is elected and though the team does not win that game, they make an incredible comeback -- and eventually, the team ends up going from losers to winners. Marcus decides to step up and become the smarter brother for the first time, which he finds to be hard. J.'s intelligence reappears while in class one day, he decides to continue acting dumb, realizing the benefits as he is no longer getting picked on by classmates and fits in with Marcus and Mo. Ross, Andrew Hill Newman as Mirisch Note: This is the first appearance of J. This is Estaban Louis Powell's second appearance on the show. J.'s creative project a mess when none of his ideas make it on and he ends up using everyone's ideas in order not to upset everyone else.