From G's to Gents (season 2)

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"From G's To Gent's" (Season 2)
Created by Jamie Foxx
Naomi Allen
Marcus King
Jaime Rucker King
Developed by Cris Abrego
Starring Fonzworth Bentley
C. Frederick Secrease as Frederick
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 10
Production
Executive producer(s) Jaime Rucker King[1]
Jamie Foxx
Marcus King
Cris Abrego
Ben Samek
Running time 60 minutes (with commercials)
Release
Original network MTV
Original release February 10 – April 14, 2009
Chronology
Preceded by Season 1
External links
Website

From G's to Gents (Season 2) is the second season of the MTV reality television series From G's to Gents. This season is hosted by Fonzworth Bentley, and premiered on February 10, 2009. The objective of the show is to make the transformation from a roughneck to a sophisticated gentleman. In the end, Mito was decided upon to be the most transformed and refined gentleman, winning the cash prize of $100,000 and membership in "The Gentleman's Club." Blue, the runner-up, was inducted as a member into the Gentleman's Club.

Reason for Elimination[edit]

Name Reason for Elimination Eliminated
Roq Monte Was more into being a model, and neither the other contestants nor Mr. Bentley felt he belonged at the Gentlemen's Club. Episode 1
Flex Flex was more interested in working out in the gym, and lacked respect amongst his peers. Episode 1
Dre Owns his own clothing line and had already established his business. Episode 1
RiFF RaFF He was in the competition simply for the money, and Mr. Bentley felt that Riff Raff's problems were beyond his help. Episode 2
Jojo Jojo was intoxicated during the rap battle challenge, and was subsequently disqualified for cursing. He later blackballed himself. Episode 3
A-Felon Walked off the stage during the rap challenge, and hurled insults at Macho afterwards. In addition, Mr. Bentley decided that he hadn't seen enough change to warrant A-Felon staying. Episode 3
A.D. Eliminated along with A-Felon due to his part in the insulting of Macho, despite having denied any involvement in the incident. He also tried to put all the blame on his closest ally. Episode 3
Macho Besides losing the respect of his peers, Mr. Bentley's "three strikes" rule also came into effect as this was Macho's third time called onto the carpet. Episode 4
Protégé Never made any significant progress. Mr. Bentley claimed he spoke a good game, but could not back it up. Episode 5
Fahim Mr. Bentley cited his ongoing lack of progress in the competition, with the final straw being his poor performances in the career counseling session and photo shoot challenge. Episode 6
All In He was too focused on helping others instead of himself, which had stunted his progress. Episode 7
Lank Mr. Bentley felt that Lank had chosen not to take advantage of past opportunities he had been given, due to his attitude. Episode 8
Baron[1] Mr. Bentley felt that Baron needed to go home and apply the changes he learned at the Gentlemen club to his life at home. Episode 9
Teddy Tee Mr. Bentley felt as though he could not see Teddy representing the Gentleman's Club because of his past deeds. Bentley did say to Teddy that he'd revisit him in 6 months to see if he truly did want to change and to be sure that he would not revert to pimping. Episode 10
Blue After thinking about the progress Shotta made in the past season, Mr. Bentley felt that Blue deserved membership into the Gentleman's Club, and as such received a membership along with a year of housing. However, Mr. Bentley informed Blue that Mito was in fact the winner of the show and the prize money. Episode 10

Episode Progress[edit]

# Contestants Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Mito SAFE WIN SAFE WIN RISK RISK5 SAFE SAFE SAFE RISK WINNER
2 Blue SAFE SAFE1 SAFE WIN WIN SAFE RISK2 WIN SAFE SAFE OUT
3 Teddy Tee SAFE SAFE1 SAFE WIN RISK1 WIN RISK1 RISK RISK1 OUT
4 Baron "Dirty" SAFE[a] SAFE WIN SAFE RISK1 SAFE SAFE RISK2 OUT3
5 Lank SAFE WIN WIN SAFE WIN RISK1 SAFE OUT3
6 All In SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE SAFE OUT3
7 Fahim SAFE SAFE SAFE RISK4 SAFE OUT1
8 Protégé SAFE WIN WIN RISK2 OUT6
9 Macho SAFE RISK5 RISK5 OUT3
10 A.D. SAFE RISK2 OUT2
11 A-Felon RISK1 SAFE OUT3
12 JoJo SAFE SAFE OUT2
13 Riff Raff RISK5 OUT4
14 Flex OUT2
15 Dre OUT1
16 Roq OUT6
^[a] Baron (Dirty) was supposed to be eliminated in Episode 1 for becoming too drunk to attend the chapter meeting, but Mr. Bentley decided to let him stay.
     The contestant won the competition.
     The contestant won the challenge and was safe from elimination.
     The contestant did not win the challenge but was safe from being eliminated.
     The contestant was at risk of being eliminated.
     The contestant's membership was denied.
     The contestant was on the carpet for elimination, but because of a problem at home Mr. Bentley allowed him to make the decision to leave or stay.
     The contestant didn't receive any blackballs, but was called down on the carpet by Mr. Bentley.
     The contestant won the challenge, but wasn't safe from elimination.
Number after status indicates number of Black Balls received in voting.
The contestant in italic text was chosen by the captain of the losing team of the challenge to be up for elimination.
The contestant in bold text was chosen by the captain of the winning team of the challenge to be safe.

Episodes[edit]

Down 'N Dirty[edit]

First aired February 10, 2009

  • Bottom 3: A.D., Riff Raff, Macho.
  • Eliminated: Riff Raff.

Slip of the Tongue[edit]

First aired February 24, 2009

  • Guest appearance: Chamillionaire
  • Bottom 4: Jojo, A.D., A-Felon, Macho.
  • Eliminated: Jojo, A.D., A-Felon.

Waltz It Out[edit]

First Aired: March 3, 2009

  • Guest Appearance: Esther Baxter
  • Bottom 3: Protégé, Macho, Fahim
  • Eliminated: Macho

The Grizzly Gang[edit]

First Aired: March 10, 2009

  • Bottom 4: Mito, Teddy, Baron, Protégé
  • Eliminated: Protégé

The Model Boss[edit]

First aired March 17, 2009

  • Guest Appearance: E-40
  • Bottom 3: Mito, Fahim, Lank
  • Eliminated: Fahim

Boyz in the Wood[edit]

First aired March 24, 2009

  • Bottom 3: Teddy, Blue, All In
  • Eliminated: All In

Party Like a Gentleman[edit]

First aired March 31, 2009

  • Guest Appearance: Faith Evans
  • Bottom 3: Teddy, Baron, Lank
  • Eliminated: Lank

Pimps, Ho's, and Family Time[edit]

Originally Aired: April 7, 2009

  • Bottom Two: Teddy, Baron
  • Eliminated: Baron

Season 2 Reunion[edit]

Originally Aired: April 14, 2009

A Gentleman at Last[edit]

Originally Aired: April 14, 2009

  • Bottom Two: Teddy, Mito
  • Eliminated: Teddy
  • Winner: Mito
  • Runner-up: Blue

Season 2: After Show[edit]

Originally Aired: April 14, 2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Development Update: Week of November 12–16". The Futon Critic. November 16, 2007. Retrieved 2008-05-20. 

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