The Parent 'Hood (1995)

Season 5 Episode 9

To Kiss or Not to Kiss

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Jul 11, 1999 on The WB
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To Kiss or Not to Kiss
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Zaria and T.K. must share an embarrassing passionate kiss in the senior play or fail the course. Meanwhile, Nicholas adopts a "bad boy" attitude in hopes of attracting classmate Monica.

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  • The TK/Zaria Chemistry

    9.5
    One of the things that helped the last 2 seasons of the show was the scenes between TK & two were always at each other's throats because Zaria always saw TK as the thug criminal that her mom brought in to help get back on track while he always saw her as a goody goody girl although TK always had a soft side always having her's,Nicholas' & CeCe's backs and Zaria showed her rebel side when she was TK was always looking out for Zaria when horndogs were interested in her and even told her that what the social group was having her do by using Gordon to get in was wrong which influenced her into realizing it in the end of that one episode proved that the writers knew that there was potential for TK & Zaria to see each other in a different light and get together because they had Zaria be part of a play where all of the people who auditioned for the part of playing her character's love interest because the director thought they sucked at their TK gets the part without even reading the director just saw the usual type of argument between TK & Zaria and saw the chemistry & passion they had which was him saying how I felt about them as bad the curtain closed before we could see them kiss because it seemed like they did due to after that episode,they seemed to not be as angry at each other argue as was like the kiss they had made those type of feelings go away and they became closer after it.moreless

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