A retrospective documentary. Season 01 DVD extra; A Fresh Look with the Stars and Creative Team.
A compilation of the best bits and recurring gags from the 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Included with Season 2 of the series on the DVD release.
Bringing the Banks family back together, series star Will Smith will be joined by series regulars Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, Joseph Marcell, Daphne Maxwell Reid, and Alfonso Ribeiro as well as recurring guest star DJ Jazzy Jeff, for a funny and heartfelt night full of music, and dancing in honor of the series that ran for six seasons and 148 episodes. The unscripted special looks back at the series and the cultural impact it has had since its debut 30 years ago. Smith also sits down with Janet Hubert, who originated the role of Aunt Viv, for the first time in 27 years for an emotional reunion and a candid conversation.
Trivia and Behind the Scenes facts on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air". Included on the Season 3 DVD release.
Trivia and Behind the Scenes facts on Season 03 of 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air".
Bloopers from Season 03 of 'The Fresh Prince of Be-Air'.
Will & Jaden Smith, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro Rap! - The Graham Norton Show - BBC One
Aunt Vivian tries to mediate between her husband Philip and the newly arrived Will.
Will persuades Ashley to pawn her violin for a drum set.
Will wants to go out with a beautiful girl he meets at the country club, but first he must figure out how to impress her extremely snobbish and very protective father so he seeks tips from cousin Carlton on becoming preppie.
Will tries to smooth things between Philip and his very rural parents when they visit to see him receive an award.
Will gets a visit from an old pal named Ice Tray, who, to Vivian and Philip's dismay, warms up to Hilary.
Jailed, Will and Carlton stage a media stunt.
Will joins his prep school's poetry club.
Carlton and Will, babe magnets. Who will be first to get a date for Hilary's Halloween party?
Carlton and Will, babe magnets. Who will be first to get a date for Hilary's Halloween party?
Happy birthday Geoffrey! For a gift, Will tries matchmaking, then falls for Geoffrey's date himself.
Superstar, super ego. Will is Bel-Air Prep's new hoops hero - and ball hog.
A November to remember. When Will's mother visits for Thanksgiving, the turkey feathers fly.
College is, like, soooo hard! Will discovers that Hilary has dropped out of UCLA.
Will tells Ashley's friends a blood-curdling tale of terror: he recounts his first day at Bel-Air Prep.
Will inimitably dresses the mansion for the holidays, to the dismay of the neighbors, including heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield.
Philip may lose a superstitious client whom he advises not to make decisions based on Will's spontaneous remarks.
Will proposes a black history class be instituted at Bel-Air Academy, and gets a surprise when Aunt Viv arrives to teach it.
Will sneaks Philip's elderly mother out of the house for a night on the town.
Will has girl problems after a date with Jazz's domineering sister, who's ready to pick out a china pattern before the night is over.
Fresh Prince Will is on his best behavior for visiting royalty -- the seemingly demure Lady Penelope, who Will hopes to persuade to let herself have a good time at a party.
Jasmine Guy plays a scholarship student whose introduction to Will opens up a different world of fun and games -- and romance -- to divert her from her studies.
Will crawls to Philip for help after sneaking out on the town and getting hustled by sleazy pool sharks.
Will challenges Carlton to spend time in a tough neighborhood, trying to survive by masquerading as a financial consultant.
R&B singer Tevin Campbell plays teen idol Little T, who surprises Ashley on her birthday with a special song and an invitation for a date.
Rap's Queen Latifah plays Hilary's new actress boss, who wants Will as her boy toy -- or Hilary's glamorous job is over.
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.
Will and Carlton lose their shirts investing on a tip -- then take jobs as strippers to recoup their losses and get Vivian's bracelet out of hock.
Will returns home from spending the summer in Philadelphia with a new look that doesn't sit well with Uncle Phil.
Philip and Vivian organize a cleanup effort in the riot-torn remains of their old LA neighborhood.
Enrolled at the newly coed Bel-Air Prep, Ashley begins dressing to entice guys, using Will's preferences in women as her examples.
Hilary gets a job reporting weather on television.
Carlton prepares for a dinner date with his former girlfriend, Cindy (Lark Voorhees), forgiving her for rejecting him several months earlier, but when she arrives with a newborn baby named Carlton Jr., the entire Banks family is stunned
Philip intends to railroad the ineffectual Judge Robertson off the bench; and Will becomes the "love slave" of a flamboyantly generous plain student. Will accepts many expensive gifts off her including tickets to the Los Angeles Lakers game, a Harley Davidson and a jacket emblazoned with a motif of his hero Malcolm X. In the end she reveals actually she does not even like him and she was doing this for his attention for her own gains regarding image, because he was captain of basketball and lots of other girls do like him.
Will gets arrested for numerous parking tickets as Phil runs for judge against incumbent Judge Robertson.
Philip takes Will and Carlton on a camping trip that turns out to be a disaster when snow traps the unhappy campers.
The Bankses appear on Oprah's show and fail to invite Will on-stage, which may cause Philip to lose the election.
Election results are in and Philip fights to remain cool amid lies by Judge Robertson, which prompt Will to confront the outspoken incumbent. Will Will go to far? Will he say what everyone is feeling? Will Judge Robertson be able to take it?
At Vivian's Lamaze class, Will cozies up to a pregnant sportswriter, who takes him to a game -- and delivers more than just fun.
Carlton Banks is very depressed after being rejected by Paula, unaware that she has left him for Will. Meanwhile, Philip and Vivian receive an envelope from their doctor containing an ultrasound picture revealing the sex of Vivian's fetus. Not wanting to spoil their surprise in the delivery room, they entrust the sealed envelope to their butler, Geoffrey ...then curiosity gets the better of them.
Will's mother tells Will that she's broken her engagement to Robert and eagerly awaits her son's graduation so they can return to Philadelphia together. A shocked Will is afraid to tell her that he wants to attend college in California and remain with his Bel-Air family and friends, and suffers a nightmarish fantasy of what it would be like still living with his mother when he's 60 years old.
Will and Carlton convince Geoffrey that he has won a multimillion dollar lottery.
Philip is quick to judge an ex-con Will urged him to hire as a handyman and temporary assistant after the house is robbed.
As Vivian's delivery date approaches, the family fantasizes about what the baby will mean to each of them: Ashley feels all but invisible, Geoffrey feels overwhelmed by the family's demands, and Vivian feels like she's having triplets.
Will tries to dupe a girl into intimacy.
Princeton accepts Will but rejects Carlton -- whose guardian angel helps him see the light.
Will learns a sobering lesson after Carlton pops the wrong pills from Will's locker, mistaking amphetamines for vitamins, and winds up in hospital.
Vivian's baby is a week late, but family members and her visiting sisters are nowhere to be found when it's time to rush to the hospital.
Heavyweight boxing champ Riddick Brown wreaks havoc with Carlton's mind and Will's face at a funky cafe-casino in Nevada, where the cousins have stopped on their way to check out a college for Will.
Will lands a spot in a comedy showcase after accompanying a comic friend to an audition.
Series clips illustrate family recollections as the kids put together a scrapbook for Vivian and Philip, who want to renew their vows on their anniversary.
Vy anticipates Will's graduation with enthusiasm, but there may be discord when she learns Will is failing music. To pass his music class, Will must sing at the graduation ceremony -- with a class of eight-year-olds.
Philip and Vivian have the new baby, but Will and Carlton have the new crib: their own college apartment.
Homeless homies. After Jazz gets the guys evicted, Will and Carlton search for new lodgings.
College: parties, freedom...learning? Will is stunned to find his toughest class is also his most rewarding.
Daddy yo! Cooing cooeds flock around "single dad" Will when they think his baby cousin is his son.
The 18 year old virgin...not! Carlton gets really lucky. His first conquest is Miss Right.
Fight the power. Will and Carlton head to court to battle their evil landlord - Judge Philip Banks.
Will disses a seance - until the spiritualist zaps him with a hex that (uh-oh) seems to work.
A bro with dough? Carlton's upper-class upbringing may make him unwelcome at a black fraternity.
Playboyz. Will and Carlton go hip-hoppin' down the bunny trail at Hugh Hefner's mansion.
Dieting Philip is desperate for a burger, so Will brings him the greasy goods. One bite...and Philip keels over.
Hoping to raise his grade, Will lends his divorced and depressed professor his "chicktionary" of hot dates.
Will doesn't have a ghost of a chance when he's dumped in a spook-filled cemetery.
A lullaby with a groove. Will promises that Boyz II Men will perform at Nicky's christening.
Is the night before the exam too late to open the chemistry book? Will is about to find out.
Carlton in charge. Will gets his feathers ruffled when his cousin becomes his boss at the Peacock Stop.
Bird is the word when Carlton, ULA's peacock mascot, is kidnapped by a rival school before the big game.
Bring on the bling. Will develops a taste for yachts and private jets when he dates a superstar singer.
It's double trouble for Ashley's love life when she and Will double date on Valentine's Day.
Selling out. Will drops out of college to chase big bucks as a car salesman.
Jazz's bride has a couple of teensy character flaws: She's a convict. And she puts the moves on Will.
Fresh Prince, paratrooper. Will parachutes out of a disabled plane with his girlfriend's overbearing father.
A visit from Philip's college girlfriend makes Vivian wonder if the old flame still flickers.
Say, homie, could you do me a favor? Just-married Jazz makes a surprising request of Will.
Life without Father. Will's deadbeat dad shows up full of bright, shiny father-and-son plans.
The Banks take a trip down memory lane when they're offered a tidy profit to sell the family house.
Cluck, cluck, cluck. On a trip to Philly, the Banks discover that Will has a hometown rep as a chicken.
Dough-re-me. Will thinks Ashley can make big bucks in the singing biz if she picks the right manager: him.
Will's career as a music man hits a few sour notes.
"Look here, you big orange Moby Dick." Will tangles with a grouchy whale who ditches a kiddie concert.
Kissin' cousin. War breaks out when the girl Will likes plants a big one on Carlton.
A mob killing, a bear and a pregnant backwoods belle. Will spins a tall tale to distract Jazz during a poker game.
The Banks hate the ugly golf shirts Hilary gives them - until they see Kareem Abdul-Jabbar wearing the same design.
To help Ashley out of a jam at school, Will poses as her father. Oh yeah, this is gonna work.
At a Soul Train reunion, middle-aged Philip feels like his train has left the station.
Who da man? Not Will, who questions his manhood when Lisa drops a thug who knocked him down.
Headline news. Will's attempt to be a photojournalist leads to a $10-million lawsuit from Jay Leno.
To understand Philip's battle with the scale, Will dons a fat suit and gets a big fat lesson in empathy.
Will works so hard to impress Lisa's dad that he spends all his free time with his new best buddy.
Snow way to treat a lady. Carlton gives Lisa the cold shoulder when she shows up at a guys-only ski trip.
The party's over. Will and Lisa tell each other lies so they can sneak off to the (uh-oh) same party.
A confrontation with an armed robber at an ATM forever changes Will and Carlton's relationship.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith? Will pops the question from his hospital room. And Lisa's answer is...
He says kids, she says wait. He says Philly, she says Cleveland. Will and Lisa try marriage counseling.
Shafted! The engaged couple opts for flashy Vegas vows, complete with costumes. The tasteful theme: Shaft.
When Will talks Philip into buying a dilapidated apartment building, guess who has to fix up the fixer-upper.
Soap bubble: Will is thrilled to land a role in a TV soap - until he finds out his character is in love with another guy.
"At the sound of the bell you will be four years old." A hypnotist turns Will into a mischievous little boy.
Internet dating hooks up two people with a lot in common: Hershey's Kiss (Carlton) and Brown Sugar (Hilary).
Dinner date. The Banks host a gorgeous girl from Philly who tries to lure Will away from Lisa.
Stuck and out of luck, Will spends his bachelor party trapped in an elevator with a feuding Carlton and Jazz.
Husband-to-be Will has the bride, the ring, the date...and second thoughts about the whole idea.
If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. On the day of a big party, Will learns to flambe. Uh-oh.
Chris Rock guest stars as a hot comedian and his u-g-l-y sister, Will's date for a night on the town.
No bologna, no pimento loaf. Vivian tosses out Philip's faves and substitutes tofu and rice cakes. Oh, yum!
When Carlton misses his Princeton interview, Will dons sweater vest and bow tie to impersonate his cousin.
Things don't go well when Will books a juror from Philip's "Show-Biz Madam" trial on Hilary's program.
Will and Carlton's double date ends unromantically when a big bruiser shows up looking for his squeeze.
Freakin' out! On the home intercom, Will and Carlton overhear Ashley talking about (gasp) sex.
Birthday boy Carlton just can't stop winning at the Vegas tables...until he starts losing. Big.
Carlton and Hilary learn a lesson in humanity when they volunteer at a homeless shelter on Thanksgiving.
Will and Philip are arrested at a massage parlor. The Pilgrim Fathers would not be pleased.
Hilary's show has its national premiere. What more could she possibly want? How about a baby?
Will's pride is on the ropes when a gorgeous boxing instructor KOs him at the gym.
He must be a crying-on-the-inside kind. A bomb-toting clown holds Philip ,Carlton and Will hostage.
Ka-boooom! That explosion you hear is Philip and Vivian's marriage after Philip decides to go into politics.
Philip is miserable without Vivian so Will and Carlton play love gurus to reunite the feuding couple.
Huzzah! Carlton is accepted at Princeton. So why does he suddenly decide to become a pro bowler?
Geoffrey is overjoyed to meet the son he never knew he had. But Will isn't so sure about the guy.
He's respected. He's admired. He has the hots for Vivian. The family minister gives one of his flock special attention.
The blooper episode! Will takes fans behind the scenes to meet the cast and share their funniest flubs.
Carlton and Hilary ride to the rescue when an aging racehorse is marked for that big paddock in the sky.
Second bests: Hilary subs for Kathie Lee Gifford on TV and Will takes Carlton's spot in a golf tourney.
Zoned out on happy gas after a trip to the dentist, William Shatner is sure to make an impression on Hilary's show.
The mansion's for sale and everybody's in the fast lane...except Will, who's stuck on life's soft shoulder.