The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Poster

Air Date: September 10th, 1990

Network: NBC

Series Summary
An urban youth moves in with rich relatives.

Rating: TVPG

Genres: Sitcom

Episodes

  • Season 6 - Episode 24 : I, Done May 20, 1996

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    As the Banks family prepares to move, Will tries to discourage potential buyers from purchasing the home.

  • Season 6 - Episode 23 : I, Done May 20, 1996

    As the Banks family prepares to move, Will discourages potential buyers for the house; guest Sherman Hemsley; Isabel Sanford; Marla Gibbs; Conrad Bain; Gary Coleman.

  • Season 6 - Episode 23 : I, Done May 20, 1996

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    As the Banks family prepares to move, Will tries to discourage potential buyers from purchasing the home.

  • Season 6 - Episode 22 : Eye, Tooth May 13, 1996

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    Carlton's (Alfonso Ribeiro) Trekkie obsession keeps William Shatner (as himself) from appearing on Hilary's (Karyn Parsons) show. With James Avery.

  • Season 6 - Episode 21 : I, Stank Hole in One May 6, 1996

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    Will (Will Smith) goes golfing with Uncle Phil (James Avery); Hilary (Karyn Parsons) acts as Regis Philbin's (as himself) co-host.

ratings & reviews

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  • Fresh Prince of Bel Air is being touted as a sure hit. If it becomes one, it will be because of the raw likability of its star, rapper Will Smith, not because of his acting skills or even anything that's been written for him in this NBC comedy. [10 Sept 1990, p.F9] Show More

  • The punch lines are predictable, but the kid and his stern uncle generate a great deal of comic energy. Show More

  • But the writers blow it; they don't keep Fresh Prince in character. When he arrives at the Bel Air mansion and the black butler opens the door, Fresh Prince mistakes him for a relative - a believable lapse for an inner-city kid. But the next thing you know, he's doing a dead-on impression of an English butler...Fresh Prince shows up for a formal dinner in his gaudy street threads and doesn't know which fork to use, yet he's an accomplished classical pianist. None of this adds up, and it drains away most of the fish-out-of-water tension that could have produced a terrific comedy. [10 Sept 1990, p.C1] Show More

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