Smart Guy

Season 2 Episode 10

Love Letters

Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Nov 19, 1997 on The WB
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Love Letters
T.J. ghostwrites love letters for Marcus to Nina, the new girl in their literature class - and winds up having to ghostwrite love letters for Nina to Marcus as well. Meanwhile, Mo asks Yvette for help to pass cooking class, but two chefs in the kitchen spawns an all-out food war.moreless

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Mo: My cooking midterm, I aced it. So now it's time for me to do something for you.
      Yvette: Thanks, but the potato in my face was enough.
      Mo: No, see I wanna make up for that. So tonight, for dinner, I'll come over and not cook or lift a finger to help.
      Yvette: Really? You'd do that for me?

    • Floyd: That was some serious pot roast, Mo.
      T.J.: Yeah. It was even better than Yvette's. (receives death glares) What? It was. Lots better.
      Floyd: But let's not forget though that Yvette taught Mo how to cook.
      T.J.: He should be teaching her.
      (Floyd kicks T.J.'s chair)
      Floyd: And let's not forget Yvette's famous lemon squares. (takes a bite) Mmm. Especially good tonight. What's so different about these?
      Yvette: Mo made them.

    • Marcus: Great news T.J. Mission accomplished. I put the letter in locker 844, just like you said to.
      T.J.: Really? 844? That's terrific! Nina's locker is 484.
      (a big guy walks up with the note)>/em>
      Spike: Are you Marcus? The... (consults note) "bashful pilgrim who worships at my shrine"?
      Marcus: No, my bad. See that letter was for someone else. I thought I was putting it into her locker.
      Spike: (hands him the note) Oh I see. Well it was really beautifully written. She's a lucky girl.

    • Floyd: So you were writing love letters to yourself, from yourself?
      T.J.: You're right, it does sound kooky.
      Floyd: Then put it in a way that's not kooky.
      T.J.: Okay. (pauses thoughtfully, then answers) It's kooky.

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