Season two of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air premiered on September 9, 1991 and aired its season finale on May 4, 1992. In this season, the kitchen and living room sets of the Banks mansion were rebuilt much larger with a more contemporary style as opposed to the much more formal style of the first season. They were connected directly by an archway, allowing scenes to be shot continuously between the sets.
Will Smith, James Avery, Janet Hubert-Whitten, Alfonso Ribeiro, Karyn Parsons, Tatyana M. Ali were present for all episodes. Joseph Marcell was absent for two episodes.
Will's all-consuming romance with a new girlfriend shakes up the Banks' household, as does Mother Nature, trapping them together during an earthquake.
Will and Carlton arrive as reinforcements when a bully challenges Ashley to a rumble, but there's real trouble when Philip and Vivian intervene.
Will tries to juggle school and a new job in order to earn money for the homecoming party; Ashley's classmate Tina becomes interested in Carlton. Will starts becoming paranoid when he constantly is getting confused with Carlton.
Will is a picture of confidence, while Carlton is a frazzled bundle of nerves preparing for college aptitude tests.
Mortified over spying his mother kiss the handyman, Philip can't bear to think of her having a new man in her life.
Tensions spill over just before the wedding of Will's Aunt Janice when Will's mom meets Janice's intended -- and forbids Will to attend the interracial wedding.
Vivian's 40th birthday marks a crisis and a career change in which she plans to perfect her dance skills.
Will hits it off with the full-figured Dee Dee, but her size keeps him from asking her to the dance.
A pompous lawyer who's dating Hilary is no fan of Will's after he's sideswiped by Will's roadster.
Will and Carlton think a party guest stole the silverware.
Bell Biv DeVoe shoots a video at the Bankses, courtesy of Carlton, who rents the house while his parents are away.
After winning at the country club's Monte Carlo night fund-raiser, Will learns that he's expected to donate the money to charity.
On a family ski trip, the Banks find that they must come up with Christmas gifts from the heart after their belongings are stolen.
Hilary must work for a caterer after her credit cards are cancelled.
On the basketball court, winning is everything to Will, as it is to an opponent from Malibu Prep, who can't afford to lose.
Geoffrey falls hard for a neighbor he believes is a housekeeper -- but who turns out to be very wealthy.
When Hillary is ordered to do community service at a free clinic, the doctor in charge becomes the antidote for her marriage-mindedness.
The family fears a steamy exposé when Geoffrey begins his memoirs, while Will fears the scalpel when he enters the hospital, kicking and screaming, for a tonsillectomy.
Needing a game show partner, Will must choose between bickering friends.
Philip and Vivian welcome a '60s radical, who arouses the FBI's interest and influences Will and Carlton to take action over the firing of a nonconformist teacher.
Will dislikes his mother's new boyfriend.
Aunt Helen arrives unexpectedly, and upsets Will and Carlton's plans for a rendezvous with two French women.
Ashley cringes when the family oohs and aahs over her relationship with Kevin , but Will chokes when she asks him about sex -- and her curiosity about reproduction sends Will to a pregnancy counseling center.