The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was a comedy show in the '90s. It was about a "homeboy" from Philadelphia (played by Will Smith) moving into The Banks millionaire mansion. With Will and his fat jokes to Uncle Phil and one-liners to Carlton, many people liked this show.

Episode Info

Final: 6x24 -- I, Done (2) (May/20/1996)

With the Banks selling up and Will still no place to go, he attempts to send off all potential buyers. However, when this plan fails, Will must confess to Phil and Vivian that he has no place to go. Alas, the family moves on to their own separate lives, leaving the house behind for good.
Will SmithWill Smith
As Will Smith
James AveryJames Avery
As Philip Banks
Janet HubertJanet Hubert
As Vivian Banks (S01-S03)
Daphne Maxwell ReidDaphne Maxwell Reid
As Vivian Banks (S04-S06)
Alfonso RibeiroAlfonso Ribeiro
As Carlton Banks
Karyn ParsonsKaryn Parsons
As Hillary Banks
Tatyana AliTatyana Ali
As Ashley Banks
Joseph MarcellJoseph Marcell
As Geoffrey
Ross BagleyRoss Bagley
As Nicholas "Nicky" Andrew Banks (S05-S06)



Reviews: 5
Good ShowRating: 4 likes, 13 dislikes

This show is on of the classics. It has the touch that brings you to watching TV. The show may have ended about 10 years ago, but the show still gives laughs to people today. This show is definetley worth watching if you are a comedy fan. Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, January 3rd 2007 at 1:13 am

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Recurring Guests

Jeffrey A. Townes as Jazz (44 eps)
Nia Long as Lisa (16 eps)
Vernee Watson-Johnson as Viola "Vy" Smith (14 eps)
Tyra Banks as Jackie (8 eps)
Jenifer Lewis as Helen (8 eps)
John Petlock as Henry Furth (7 eps)
Virginia Capers as Hattie Banks (6 eps)
Sherman Hemsley as George Jefferson (6 eps)
Beverly Jackson as Pawn Shop Customer (6 eps)
Lisa Fuller as Toni (5 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Mondays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 10, 1990
Ended: May 20, 1996
Yo Home To Bel-Air by The Fresh Prince Lyrics
• Rap fyr i L.A. (Used In Denmark)
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