The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 6 Seasons 1995

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Season 6
(81) IMDb 7.3/10

2. Get a Job TV-NR CC

Will replaces Carlton as Hilary's assistant talent coordinator for her television talk show. Phil presides as the judge on a sensational Hollywood trial. CHRIS ROCK guest stars in a dual role.

Starring:
Will Smith, James Avery
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
September 25, 1995

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Season 6

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Shelley Jensen
Starring Will Smith, James Avery
Supporting actors Daphne Reid, Alfonso Ribeiro, Karyn Parsons, Tatyana Ali, Joseph Marcell, Ross Bagley, Jeffrey A. Townes, Ajai Sanders, Jim Meskimen, Amarilis, Bree Walker, Chris Rock
Season year 1996
Network Warner Bros.
Producers Tom Devanney, Quincy Jones, Joel Madison, Adam Markowitz, Benny Medina, Will Smith, Werner Walian, Larry Wilmore
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4.6 out of 5 stars

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Ellis on April 14, 2011
Format: DVD
I live in the UK so I decided to order it a couple months ago from movietyme for £15 (about $25) So, I got an e-mail on April 4th, stating that it had already shipped. I was a bit shocked and lo-and-behold it arrived today, April 14th. Five days before the US and I payed not a penny P&P.

Like season 5, it's a 3 disc set, 8 episodes on each disc and is in one 3-disc viva multi-pack case. You get a small leaflet outlining the episodes and that's pretty much it.

The episodes here are all great, and it's nice to watch some new ones for a change, rather than re-playing the first five seasons over and over. I also noticed that it's region free, which is quite peculiar. I managed to play it on my laptop, and region B blu-ray players fine, and the same with Season 5. And it's not a fake.

Anyway, 10/10 for the show as usual, it's nice to finally have the complete collection after waiting 6 years! About a year after Season 4 came out, and there was still no announcement of a fifth season I had given up, so this is like a dream come true for me! Picture quality isn't exactly great, but then again the show was filmed that way. Definitely recommended and a must buy!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Michael Curtis on March 2, 2010
Format: DVD
Im very excited that season 5 will be released on May 11th, all Fresh prince fans need to go buy it so they will have to release the sixth season so we can finish our collection. Season 6 had some great hilarious episodes like Not I Barbeque and I clownius and especially the last two episodes which were very emotional and a great end to the series. Come on Warner give the fans what they want. Season 6 as well, and it needs to be announced soon after 5 is released to capatilize on the momentum that the release of season 5 will generate from the people who have been waiting years!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Caglevision on May 16, 2014
This is a great series from the mind of Brooklyn's own Samm Artt Williams. If you watched the first to last season you would have witnessed the transformation of Will Smith from child to adult. You could see his star power in episode one when he arrives at his uncle's house and hugs Jeffery the butler calling him uncle Phil. He is totally out of place. It is uncomfortable. By the last episode, we have a young man that not only fits in but is basically the spirit of the household. Everyone is moving on. The family to NY and Will has no place to go but doesn't want to say anything because he doesn't want to be a burden. This is a heartfelt ending that can move you to tears. The last episode has many surprise guests who has moved on. This is also a great legacy for James Avery. It is fun clean show that the majority of the family could watch.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeevan Nathan on December 31, 2012
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It's quite obvious that they were running out of ideas in this final season of Fresh Prince. With a rehash of old plots and predictable humor, it was kind of mundane sitting thru it. Story and DVD content-wise it deserves 2 stars. But I had to give it an additional star as it one of the tv series I grew up on.

And darn it, it was nostalgic to see these characters one last time and to just archive the colorful world that was Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ladyteacher on March 1, 2015
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In search of good family entertainment without inappropriate behaviors, I went back to some of the older sitcoms. Fresh Prince is more suited for younger children in the earlier seasons; the older he gets, the more the show deals with older issues so it really depends on the age of your children. I personally prefer the earlier seasons for that reason, but all of the seasons are crazy funny.
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Will Smith goes out with a bang in this hilarious & final Sixth Season! Will doesn't quite avert a disaster, as he destroys his uncle's kitchen in the season premiere episode titled "Burnin' Down The House"! The family is up against a deranged man wearing a clown suit in "I, Clownius" - who'll do anything for a laugh! A young man claiming to be Geoffrey's long-lost son shows up in "The Butler's Son Did It" - only he wants something. William Shatner guest-stars in "Eye, Tooth" - with Carlton getting on his nerves at every possible moment! Carlton passes up Princeton for a bowling career in "I, Bowl Buster", & after being ridiculed after being knocked out by a woman boxer, Will can't live it down in the episode "Boxing Helena". The gambling bug hits Carlton during a trip to Vegas in "Viva Lost Wages" & Hilary is all excited about her talk show going national in "I, Ooh, Baby, Baby". Phil's political ambitions interfere with his marriage in the two-part episode "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do", so the kids do all they can to get Uncle Phil & Aunt Viv back together. Everyone's excited about facing exciting & new challenges in their lives in the two-part series finale "I, Done". Part One finds Vivian & Phil making plans to move to the east coast, Geoffrey moving back to London & Ashley & Hilary moving to New York City & Carlton resuming his education @ Princeton. In Part Two, it is learned everyone has plans except Will, who hasn't yet found a place to live. Phil sells the mansion, with Will handling the transaction. Sherman Hemsley, Isabel Sanford, Conrad Bain & Gary Coleman have guest-starring cameos. Will moves back to Philly to be with Vy & resume his education. After six seasons & 148 episodes, "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" ends its run.Read more ›
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