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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Where There's a Will, There's a Way (1)

Will and Carlton move into their new L.A. apartment. There, Carlton meets Jackie, the girl of his dreams-and Will's.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x1
Production Number: 60031
Airdate: Monday September 20th, 1993

Guest Stars
Howard Mann (1)Howard Mann (1)
As Gorodetsky
Jeffrey A. TownesJeffrey A. Townes
As Jazz
Michael RapaportMichael Rapaport
As Mike
Nichole CarterNichole Carter
As Latanya
Tyra BanksTyra Banks
As Jackie
Bever-Leigh BanfieldBever-Leigh Banfield
As Prof. Robinson
Episode Notes
Will and Carlton start college with this season, and notice many drastic life changes along the way.

Daphne Maxwell Reid assumes the role of Vivian Banks from the episode forward, replacing the fired Janet Hubert-Whitten. At the beginning of the episode, Jazz comments to Vivian that ever since she gave birth to baby Nicky, she looks different. Not only does Reid look drastically different from Hubert-Whitten, her acting style is different, and it seems as though Vivian would never be the same again.

We are introduced to Tyra Banks as Jackie, a friend of Will's from his Philly days.

This episode, along with every other Season 4 episode, was released on DVD on August 8, 2006.

Episode Quotes
(Giving Vivian a weird look, looking her up and down)
Jazz: Gee, Miss Banks, ever since you had that baby, there's something different about you...
(Vivian chuckles as Will gives the camera a look)

Vivian: (to Philip) It can't have been that long since we've made love...
Geoffrey: Five months now (Philip and Vivian stare at him) Thin walls...

Episode Goofs
The joke Jazz makes about Vivian looking different since she gave birth to baby Nicky isn't exactly correct. Vivian gave birth in the episode "The Baby Comes Out" but appears again briefly in "The Way We Were", with Janet Hubert still in role, so if you get technical, this is not the first time Vivian has been seen since she had the baby.

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