Mo all but lives at the Henderson's house and hates eating at his own house (having once chipped a tooth while eating oatmeal cooked by his mother, as he notes in the opening scene of "Get a Job").
In the season three episode "That's My Momma", Mo accidentally overhears a conversation between his parents Delroy and Verla Mae that they had adopted him as a baby – this leads him to have a falling out with his parents and Marcus and T. helping him find his birth mother – who is revealed to be a fortune teller in Delaware named Shelia Ecks.
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I told him I was open to that but that he’d have to take that step. To be honest, he is such an amazing guy (opposite of the loser musicians and wannabe actor types that I usually end up with) that I often wondered why he was dating me in the first place. Why would he bother texting afterward or bother suggesting that we have another conversation about things in a week? Why wouldn’t he just walk away after doing the dumping? It’s a horrible, horrible feeling, right up there with, well, being dumped.
And this feeling, if you can imagine it, provides the full explanation for why people act inconsistent. I’m just going to channel him right now and see what I can come up with:“Well, I really like hanging out with JD, but I get the sense that she’s starting to get attached to me. On the other hand, it’s not like I ever promised to marry her or anything. So maybe after I dump her, we’ll just stay in touch.
The series was produced by de Passe Entertainment and Danny Kallis Productions, in association with Walt Disney Television. C., the show centers on the misadventures of boy genius and youngest child T. Henderson (Tahj Mowry), who at the age of 10 moves from elementary school and gets transferred to Piedmont High School, where he ends up becoming a high school sophomore with teenagers as his classmates. J.'s older sister Yvette (Essence Atkins), usually is the level-headed member of the family – similar to Floyd in that respect – and is the typical overachieving student. Outside of the occasional moments of awkwardness that are bound to occur when a child interacts with high schoolers, T. has a peaceable existence in the school, and is eager to be involved in school functions. is later promoted to being the equipment manager for the Piedmont High Penguins basketball team. plays keyboard for Marcus's band Mackadocious in several episodes, after one of the group's other members breaks his finger in an accident (he also briefly served as the band's manager in the season three episode "Achy Breaky Heart"). Despite his heavy and muscular build, Mo is usually depicted as a friendly person (the pilot episode, however, depicts him as being almost a rival to Marcus in a couple of scenes – particularly one in which he gets into a fight with Marcus over their classmate Mariah (Venus De Milo Thomas), whom they both are romantically interested in, resulting in T. Floyd is often annoyed with Mo's antics, such as his constantly eating from their fridge and even once having slept in T.He must adjust to the life with older, but not necessarily wiser, high school teenagers – including his brother Marcus (Jason Weaver) and Marcus's best friend Mo (Omar Gooding). J.'s missteps of trying to fit in as a kid genius, while being a small kid in high school, as well as the contrast between his smarts and his brother's underachieving nature. Their father Floyd Henderson (John Marshall Jones), a widowed single father who owns his own roofing business, deals with the problems of raising his three kids: Yvette, Marcus and T. So much so, that he becomes the mascot for his school basketball team ("Pugnacious Pete, the Powerful Piedmont Penguin"), which leads to occasional bullying. He spends a fair amount of time at school with his older brother, Marcus, and his brother's best friend, Mo Tibbs. spends much of his time around teenagers, he is occasionally seen spending time with kids his own age, which occasionally results in his attempts to try to fit in with them in situations where he feels out of place. Played by Omar Gooding, the character of Mo Tibbs is Marcus and T. He is typically portrayed in the show as being dimwitted (such as confusing a rasher with a haberdasher) and sometimes gullible, to the point where in the episode "I Was a Teenage Sports Wife", T. makes Mo part of a placebo experiment by giving him sugar-filled pill capsules that T. claims will stimulate synapses in the brain (therefore increasing intelligence), in order to better perform on tests, only for Mo to inform other students about the pills and flooding T. J.'s bed (having done so as part of a plan to help T. sneak out to see a friend at an arcade after being reprimanded – and effectively, grounded – by Floyd over his choice of clothing).Older brother Marcus Henderson, the suave and underachieving middle child, also deals with teenage problems, such as finding a date and doing homework (though he sometimes tries to get T. Although they have some tense moments, it is obvious that the two brothers – who share a bedroom throughout the series – care for each other deeply. Despite this, Floyd seems to genuinely care about Mo and, as seen in "Diary of a Mad Schoolgirl", shares with him a passion for barbecuing.The relationship of a girlfriend and her guy’s kids can be so complicated, with so many factors to consider. The kids might feel like they are being disloyal to their mother if they are kind to the girlfriend. They might be jealous that the girlfriend is taking their dad’s time. They might have hope that the parents are getting back together and that this is the woman standing in the way of that. They might really like the woman, but are just shy. She said she ended up apologizing to the woman years later, because she realized it wasn’t the woman she disliked, it was HER feeling resentful that her dad wasn’t with her mom. Dating someone with kids is very different than dating someone who doesn’t have kids.He is a fairly popular student at Piedmont High and reacts remarkably well to his younger brother sharing nearly every one of his classes, although tensions do arise from time to time (this is especially true in the pilot episode, to the point where he tells T. that he wishes that his younger brother would disappear from his life).I’ve been dating an amazing guy who’s only just recently become “too busy” for a relationship.I know that is really just code for him losing interest and that’s okay… Oddly though, he suggested that we have another conversation in a week’s time to see where things are at.Shortly after our breakup tonight, he sent me a text message saying he was sorry and that he’d really like to keep in touch.As always, the best solution to being your own dating coach is to step outside your own shoes and put yourself in your partner’s shoes. And since I’m such an amazing guy, and I’m at a particularly busy time in my life, why would I want to tie myself down to just one person? Maybe do the occasional ‘friends with benefits’ thing. We have sex from time to time, I don’t have to commit, and I’m allowed to see other people. If she lets me get away with it, she can’t get mad at me for being a creep.Plus, the longer I continue to see her, the more I’m going to end up breaking her heart in the end. I once dated this girl who strung me along for months and crushed my spirit, and I don’t want to do the same thing to JD. In fact, I think she likes me so much, she’ll just be glad to see me once every few weeks.