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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: For Whom the Wedding Bells Toll

Will gets cold feet the day before his wedding.

Episode Info
Episode number: 5x25
Airdate: Monday May 15th, 1995



 
Guest Stars
Garcelle BeauvaisGarcelle Beauvais
As Herself
Recurring
Jeffrey A. TownesJeffrey A. Townes
As Jazz
Recurring
John AmosJohn Amos
As Fred Wilkes
Recurring
Kim FieldsKim Fields
As Herself
Recurring
Nia LongNia Long
As Lisa
Recurring
Vernee Watson-JohnsonVernee Watson-Johnson
As Vy
Recurring
Arthel NevilleArthel Neville
As Herself
Episode Quotes
Jazz: Man, I found out she slept with every guy on my building!
Will: She had sex with all of 'em?!
Jazz: SHE DID?!



Cultural References
Will: My favourite weeding gift: Ben Franklin!

Benjamin Franklin was an American journalist, author, scientist, diplomat, and inventor who was also one of the leaders of the American Revolution. In 1785, he became an slavery abolitionist and his face embellishes the American $100 bill.

Will: You look like a Chocolate flavor Pepto-Bismol.

Pepto-Bismol is a digestive medicine worldwide recognized for its pink color - originally developed at the start of the 20th century - that relieves heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, nausea and diarrhea.

Will: Ok, come on Ike and Tina, let's go.

Will is referring to Ike and Tina Turner. Tina is a R&B singer who was discovered by Ike, a noted pioneer of rock and roll. They eventually got married but Ike was constantly abusing Tina, which led her to divorce him.

Fred: You left it on top of my…uh, Angelou's book of poetry.´

Maya Angelou is considered one of the United States' most talented poets, and one of the strongest voices for civil rights activism in America. Her volume of poetry, "Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'Fore I Die" (1971) was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.

Carlton: Last train to Clarksville. Last of the Mohicans.

"Last train to Clarksville" was one hit song by the Monkees. The Last of the Mohicans is a 1826 epic novel by James Fenimore Cooper.



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