He then proceeds to continue doing the things that led him to the hall in the first place.
Meanwhile Chris is trying to finish the school project that he and Jamal were assigned to in the first episode.
The theme song for "City Guys" was written by Joey Schwartz, Eric Swerdloff and Michael Muta-Ali Muhammad and composed by Joey Schwartz (who also composed the incidental music used to denote scene changes and breaks in the program).
The rap and R&B-infused theme included a chorus, "C-I-T-Y you can see why, these guys, the neat guys, smart and streetwise," which repeating twice consecutively during the beginning, middle and near the end of the song.
He asks her to the dance without Jamal knowing about it.
Jamal reconsiders the value of spending time studying after his new friend, Charlie, a straight-A Manhattan High student, is killed by a drunk driver.Shakespeare in the Park is playing the same time as Chris's Knicks and Lakers game.Chris and Jamal are expected to tape the play, but they get Dawn to tape the play.The series was very similar in style to Saved by the Bell, but with an urban setting and more diverse cast.City Guys was mainly centered on its two main characters, Jamal Grant (Wesley Jonathan) and Chris Anderson (Scott Whyte), two teenagers from different backgrounds – Chris coming from a wealthy family, and Jamal coming from a working-class family – who had to stay on the ball while attending Manhattan High School (which was nicknamed in the series as "Manny High") and avoid trouble, while their principal Karen Noble (Marcella Lowery) attempted to keep them in line and out of trouble.The series opens with the arrival of Jamal Grant and Chris Anderson at Manny High School.