Smart Guy

Season 3 Episode 9

Get a Job

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Nov 15, 1998 on The WB
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Get a Job
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When Floyd tells the kids to get a job, Yvette heads for a clothing store at the mall, discovering racist activity from the manager. Meanwhile, Marcus and Mo get a late night shift at the radio station as host.

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    Janice Kent

    Janice Kent

    Ms. Mendra

    Guest Star

    Tony Winters

    Tony Winters

    K.J. Reese

    Guest Star

    Debra D. Holt

    Debra D. Holt

    Delores

    Guest Star

    Tinsley Grimes

    Tinsley Grimes

    Nina

    Recurring Role

    J. D. Walsh

    J. D. Walsh

    Mackey Nagle

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (in the kitchen after Yvette has failed to get her point across to her manager)
        Yvette: (crying) I showed her the tape. She had all the evidence right there in front of her and she still didn't care.
        Floyd: I'm so sorry, honey.
        Yvette: Will you go down there and hit her now?

      • Store Manager: What are you trying to prove? That your friend is a good thief?
        Yvette: No, it's just you were so busy watching my black friend that you didn't notice the real thief.

      • Mo: Hey your talking with Mo, what are you wearing?

    • NOTES (2)

      • T.J. is NOT in this episode, at the very beginning, Floyd tells the kids he just shelled out 500 dollars for T.J. to go to a geology camp, which is why they have to get jobs.

      • The manager at the clothing store always thinks that an African American person is more likely to steal from that store than a white person. She follows them around. Yvette gets mad so she and her friends have a plan. They get a security guard, who is black, and he goes to shop. Then they get one of their white friends to take a few things out of the store (he does bring them back). The camera sees all of this and proves that she does not trust blacks. It's actually really funny.

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