TV Series | TV-PG | | Comedy
A streetwise, poor young man from Philadelphia is sent by his mother to live with his aunt, uncle and cousins in their Bel-Air mansion.
In the first few episodes, Will Smith was constantly ridiculed and dismissed for his lack of acting skills. NBC executives nearly fired him. The show's creators and producers saw strong potential in Smith, and convinced NBC to keep him on the show.
Yo, this is better than Love Boat! This boy gonna be maxing and relaxing.
Phillip Banks: Hold on just a minute, son. We promised your mother that you're here to work hard, straighten out and learn some good old-fashioned American values...
Hilary: Dad, I need $300!
Whenever Jazz ins thrown out of the house, he is wearing dark glasses, even if he entered the house in clear glasses. The footage of Jazz being thrown out was done once, and the director made sure he was wearing the same shirt in episodes where he was thrown out.
Bloopers are often shown during the closing credits.
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