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When Moesha's boss at Vibe magazine invites her to a party to discuss career advancement, she thinks he's propositioning her. Meanwhile, Frank's nephew (Ray J. Norwood) runs away from home---to Frank's house. Mary J. Blige has a cameo. Andrea: Tanya Wright (more…)
Moesha seizes the moment when an opportunity to interview Maya Angelou (who plays herself) presents itself, and the poet's words of advice spark big changes in Mo's life. Joe Scott: Phil Morris. Kasey: Sydney Bennett. Andrea: Tanya Wright. Niecy: Shar Jack (more…)
Moesha and Niecy learn their first lesson in college when they try to balance studying with partying---and tip the scales with one too many drinks. Moesha: Brandy. Niecy: Shar Jackson. Piper: CeeCee Harshaw. Dorian: Ray J. Norwood. Hakeem: Lamont Bentley.
Moesha gets a job tutoring a handsome college basketball player (Khalil Kain) whose charms cloud Moe's principles when he talks her into writing a paper for him. Niecy: Shar Jackson. Hakeem: Lamont Bentley. Dorian: Ray J. Norwood. Moesha: Brandy.
When Frank learns that Moesha bought birth-control pills, he has to come to terms with the fact that she's becoming an adult---and that Dee knew Moesha had them but kept it from him. Hakeem: Lamont Bentley. Dorian: Ray J. Norwood. Myles: Marcus T. Paulk.
Moesha wrestles with how to handle a history professor (John Prosky) who makes racially insensitive jokes in class. Meanwhile, Frank and Dee learn that Dorian (Ray J. Norwood) has been cutting classes. Hakeem: Lamont Bentley. Niecy: Shar Jackson.
Moesha and her friends prepare for the homecoming dance, but “friends” Mo and Hakeem (Lamont Bentley) aren't prepared for the feelings that arise between them. Dr. Dre, Ed Lover and Maureen McCormick have cameos. Myles: Marcus T. Paulk. Frank: William (more…)
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