The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

1990
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Seasons & Episodes

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EP1 Burnin' Down the House Sep 18, 1995

While Carlton is away at a Young Republican camp, Will cooks up a flambe of a disaster on a night when an influential judge is coming to dinner, and Will can only make it through the night with the help of Geoffrey, and other plan is not to make Phil find out.

EP2 Get a Job Sep 25, 1995

In competition with Carlton, Will sets out to prove he's the best man for the job on Hilary's TV show by escorting a famous comedian's sister out on the town.

EP3 Stress Related Oct 02, 1995

After learning a little something about initiative, Will jumps to Hilarys' aid prior to a key business meeting at the station, meanwhile an unemployed Carlton subs for Philip on career day at Ashley's school.

EP4 Bourgie Sings the Blues Oct 09, 1995

The thrill is gone for "runaway yuppie" Carlton, who can't handle another disappointment, let alone his long-awaited Princeton interview.

EP5 The Script Formerly Known As Oct 16, 1995

Will decides to book a juror dismissed from Philip's big show-biz madam sex-scandal case for Hilary's show, which results in embarrassment for Judge Banks and some annoying apologies from Will and Hilary.

EP6 Not, I Barbecue Oct 23, 1995

Will and Carlton's double date ends unromantically when a big bruiser shows up looking for his squeeze.

EP7 Not With My Cousin You Don't Nov 06, 1995

Freakin' out! On the home intercom, Will and Carlton overhear Ashley talking about sex.

EP8 Viva Lost Wages Nov 13, 1995

Carlton is on a roll in Vegas, celebrating his birthday at the gaming tables with Will in tow but suddenly the tables turn, and the duo enter a dance contest to recoup their losses.

EP9 There's the Rub (1) Nov 20, 1995

Hilary and Carlton volunteer at a homeless shelter on Thanksgiving, while the extended family fills up on holiday treats.

EP10 There's the Rub (2) Nov 20, 1995

Will and Philip are arrested at a massage parlor on Thanksgiving. Hilary and Carlton get a lesson in humility at the homeless shelter.

EP11 I, Ooh, Baby, Baby Dec 11, 1995

Hilary's show has its national premiere. What more could she possibly want? How about a baby?

EP12 Boxing Helena Jan 08, 1996

Will's pride is on the ropes when a gorgeous boxing instructor KOs him at the gym.

EP13 I, Clownius Jan 15, 1996

It's no laughing matter when a bomb-toting clown holds Philip hostage in the courtroom on the day of the showbiz madam's sentencing.

EP14 Breaking Up is Hard To Do (1) Feb 12, 1996

Ka-boooom! That explosion you hear is Philip and Vivian's marriage after Philip decides to go into politics.

EP15 Breaking Up is Hard To Do (2) Feb 19, 1996

Breaking up may not be so hard to do for an angry Vivian, but when Philip finds he's lost without her, Will and Carlton conspire to reunite them.

EP16 I, Bowl Buster Feb 26, 1996

After being accepted at Princeton, a worried Carlton changes his life plans and retreats to a place where everybody knows his name - the bowling alley.

EP17 The Butler's Son Did It Mar 18, 1996

Geoffrey's life changes overnight when a man claiming to be his long-lost son shows up and charms everyone - except Will, who discovers the guy's not what he seems. Meanwhile, Hilary starts writing her autobiography, and an early childhood photo reveals a shocking secret.

EP18 Hare Today... Apr 08, 1996

The church's widowed reverend is a man of esteemed reputation, but not in the eyes of Will - who spies him making a play for Aunt Vivian.

EP19 I, Whoops, There It Is Apr 15, 1996

Dick Clark has a cameo on this backstage outing that has Will Smith visiting with series stars and screening series bloopers.

EP20 I, Stank Horse Apr 22, 1996

Philip expects Ashley to decline an offer for what he considers a degrading role in an ad by a director who could also give her a recommendation to a top New York school.

EP21 I, Stank Hole in One May 06, 1996

On Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, Hilary subs for Gifford but doesn't see eye-to-eye with co-host Philbin. Meanwhile, Will subs for Carlton in a golf tourney and gets buddy-buddy with Philip, making Carlton jealous.

EP22 Eye, Tooth May 13, 1996

William Shatner stars as Hilary's talk-show guest, but Will must find a way to beam him from the dentist's chair to the set. Meanwhile, Hilary's show treks to New York and Ashley insists on tagging along.

EP23 I, Done (1) May 20, 1996

The mansion's for sale and everybody's in the fast lane... except Will, who's stuck on life's soft shoulder.

EP24 I, Done (2) May 20, 1996

The Banks move out. The Jeffersons are about to move in. And Will turns out the lights.
7.9| 0h30m| TV-PG| en| More Info
Released: 10 September 1990 Ended
Producted By: Quincy Jones-David Salzman Entertainment
Country: United States of America
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Will, a street-smart teenager, moves from the tough streets of West Philly to posh Bel-Air to live with his Uncle Philip, Aunt Vivian, his cousins — spoiled Hilary, preppy Carlton and young Ashley — and their sophisticated British butler, Geoffrey. Though Will’s antics and upbringing contrast greatly with the upper-class lifestyle of his extended relatives, he soon finds himself right at home as a loved part of the family.

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elgichuhi I believe everyone born in the 90s or has seen Fresh Prince can rap along to that catchy song.What set Fresh Prince apart from it's peers is that as much as it was full of laughs,it that it took it characters seriously.At times it even got heartbreaking like the time Will reunited with his Father only to loose him.It also wasn't afraid to address the issues that the black community faces,and still do.Overall Fresh Prince is like your favorite song that you can't help but dance along to whenever it's on.
studioAT I remember watching this show when I was a kid and it's fun to see that it still remains as funny today in re-runs as it was then.Before he was a big movie star Will Smith was great in this sitcom playing a character that although wasn't a massive leap from his usual persona was a great sitcom character. He luckily was supported by good writing and a clever supporting cast, including the much missed James Avery.While it looks a little bit dated now and not all of the jokes will be understood by a modern audience, I think the essence of what made the show work still remains. It's a fish out of water tale really.Also,with only six seasons being made the show got out while it was still largely on top. And not many sitcoms can say that.
Shopaholic35 I used to love watching reruns of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air when I was younger. I still find it hilarious but now that I've grown up some of the shine has worn off. I'm finding it harder and harder to respect Will Smith as he continues to grow more selfish and socially unaware. What used to be comical is now just plain rude. He comes off like a spoiled rich kid with no manners. In saying all of that I still love the show and think all the characters are hilarious but every now and then things start to turn a little sour. I think the rest of the cast balances out the occasional negativeness.I don't want to be too harsh though, as Will Smith still is very funny and works well with the other cast members. They all seem to have a great relationship and play off well from each other. They really do seem like a real family and I think that's what makes it so entertaining. So aside from a few flaws overall The Fresh Prince still is a really great show.
jonathan19912076 Having seen all 148 episodes at least 3-5 times, i can say that the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is my favorite comedy TV show of all time. It is rare to find a TV show that has the perfect blend of comedy, character development, and family values but Bel-Air pulls it off just right. Unlike other TV shows that have two or three seasons that stand out above the rest, Bel-Air is equally fun to watch at season one as it is to watch at season six.I give Bel-Air a 9/10 because it has brought untold amounts of joy and laughs to my life. The only thing that is keeping me from giving Bel-Air a 10/10 SPOILER: is the fact that starting at season four the character Vivian had to be replaced. I did not like the replacement (due to the lack of ability to act) and preferred the previous one.You cannot go wrong with checking out Bel-Air. You will be hooked for years to come.