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.
So Rak-Su stars Mustafa Rahimtulla and Jamal Shurland certainly had a lot to celebrate as they lived it up at London's Mahiki nightclub on Thursday evening alongside fellow stars The Cutkelvins.
The duo, who are joined in the band by Myles Stephenson and Ashley Fongho, cut trendy figures during the night out which came shortly after Jamal vowed to keep to his promise to run through the streets of their native Watford in underwear.
Andre has taken the stage, singing at a special Empire event while everyone he loves is there except for his father. She wants security at the ready to throw out any unexpected guests.
Angelo is having doubts about throwing the ball with the blood bad between them and the Lyons.
L-Train warns Jamal that he's dead meat if he even thinks about painting over his graffiti.
Chris learns about it and proceeds to paint over it.
Giving a cutting edge feel to the look, she added in staggering fluffy heels yet kept her accessories to a total minimal.
Rak-Su, who have won legions of fans following their stint on the show, previously revealed their name derives from the phrase Tracks vs Suits meaning Music & fun vs Adult Life.
Warren answers the motel door thinking it is Jamal.