Will's father Lou shows up after fourteen years and spends a lot of time with Will. Will's very pleased with this, uncle Phil however thinks Lou will again disappoint his son.
Did You Know?
This is claimed to be the most emotional episode of "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air", due to the fact of how Will felt about his relationship with his father, both in the show and in reality. His hug with James Avery was known to be a hug from man to man, and not them being in character. See more
Will's dad refers himself as Lou Smith, but in an earlier episode Will's Aunt Vivian refers to her and her sisters as the Smith sisters which included Will's mum. Unless Lou had had a coincidental same surname as Will's mum, they couldn't all be Smiths. See more
You know, Will was doing just fine until you showed up. But now that you're back you have responsibilities to him.
Look we're still gonna take the trip.
Oh bull, *bull*! Will is not a coat that you hang in the closet then pick it up when you're ready to wear it. His life goes on. He's not supposed to be here for you, you're supposed to be here for him.
References The Flintstones