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City Guys
Format Sitcom
Created by Peter Engel
Scott S. Gordon
Directed by Frank Bonner
Starring Wesley Jonathan
Scott Whyte
Caitlin Mowrey
Dion Basco
Marissa Dyan
Steven Daniel
Marcella Lowery
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 105
Executive producer(s) Peter Engel
Producer(s) Matthew B. Morgan
Running time 30 minutes
(with commercials)
Original channel NBC (TNBC)
Original run September 6, 1997 – December 15, 2001

City Guys is a Sitcom television show that ran from 1997 to December 2001. It lasted five seasons, and ended its airing time around the dissolution of TNBC. It was then aired in syndication. The show was very similar in style to Saved by the Bell, however with an urban setting and more diverse cast. The show was mainly driven by the main characters, Jamal (Wesley Johnathan) and Chris (Scott Whyte) who had to stay on the ball in high school and avoid trouble, while their principal attempted to keep them in line. Jamal's and Chris' similar personalities caused friction between them in the beginning, but as the series went on, they became best friends. The boys and their friends dealt with the typical teen issues, such as cheating on tests, peer pressure and dealing with school violence.


  • Wesley Jonathan .... Jamal Grant
  • Scott Whyte .... Christopher Mortimer "Chris" Anderson
  • Caitlin Mowrey .... Dawn Tartikoff
  • Dion Basco .... Alberto "Al" Ramos
  • Marissa Dyan .... Cassidy Giuliani
  • Steven Daniel .... Lionel "L-Train" Johnson
  • Marcella Lowery .... Principal Karen Coretta Noble

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