Will makes a bet that Carlton wouldn't last a weekend in Jazz' neighborhood, Compton. Carlton starts to fulfill the bet, by not only fitting in, but getting along with the guys in "The Hood". Will has to find a way to stop him from going to MacArthur Park at night, to "Hang with the crew".

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Rae Kraus

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Benny Medina (format by), Jeff Pollack (format by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Will Smith ... Will Smith
James Avery ... Philip Banks
Janet Hubert ... Vivian Banks (as Janet Hubert-Whitten)
Alfonso Ribeiro ... Carlton Banks
Karyn Parsons ... Hilary Banks
Tatyana Ali ... Ashley Banks (as Tatyana M. Ali)
Joseph Marcell ... Geoffrey Butler
DJ Jazzy Jeff ... Jazz (as D.J. Jazzy Jeff)
Miguel A. Núñez Jr. ... Slick (as Miguel Nunez)
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ... Tiny (as 'Tiny' Lister Jr.)
J'Vonne Pearson J'Vonne Pearson ... Chuck (as J'vonne Pearson)
Richard Gloria Richard Gloria ... Aligaroo
Larry Jones Larry Jones ... Aligaroo
Rod Knoll ... Aligaroo (as Rodney Knoll)
Mark Morales Mark Morales ... Aligaroo
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When Will and Jazz catch Carlton and his friends harmonizing "Brick House," he accuses him of not being black enough. He bets Carlton that he can't spend two days in Compton. After snookering Uncle Phil into thinking they're on a field trip, Jazz takes him back to his place where he lives with a group of homies that are completely alien to Carlton. Trying to fit in, he makes a fool of himself but when Will and Jazz step out for chicken, the fellas school Carlton in how to act street. In return, he helps them iron the guys iron out problems with their various activities, like doing their taxes. Will is shocked when Carlton reveals that the guys are taking him to MacArthur Park at night - a dangerous neighborhood the is heavy on gang activity. Will has no alternative but to go back home and tell Uncle Phil and Aunt Viv what happened. Aunt Viv flips and decides to drive to Compton to bring Carlton back herself. Jazz's friends find out that Will ratted on Carlton and accuse him of being a... Written by Jerry Roberts <armchairoscars@hotmail.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 March 1991 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

When seen on WB11, the network dubs out "Compton" with a street name. See more »

Goofs

When Uncle Phil tells Aunt Viv to put her earrings back on, she is missing the left one, and pantomimes putting the right one on. See more »

Quotes

Tiny: Hey, leave C-Note alone, man. He ain't leavin' 'till he does my taxes.
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References The Yogi Bear Show (1961) See more »

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Justify My Love
Written by Lenny Kravitz, Ingrid Chavez and Madonna
Performed by Joseph Marcell
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it's that tie that does it..
16 March 2018 | by merelyaninnuendoSee all my reviews

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72 Hours

The origin of Will Smith's fame and too many mentions from The Graham Norton Show got me to binge watch this series which I think has a potential to be a typical one-time-watch sitcom. The creators made the relations pretty much clear from the first frame now all one seek and wait for is their character development through this journey with hopefully no dips on content or humor. The relation between Will Smith and Tatyana Ali seems interesting (something to look forward especially when she grows up) and is definitely supposed to bring the laughs whilst with James Avery there is a soft spot hidden in there.

As often happens, the first season is good and demands attention from the viewers wanting them more of the family drama which writers better deliver if not all of it but some of it (its diplomatic to keep big guns for the future) and would be wise of them if they keep an open-end on some tracks to pick up swiftly on season 2.

72 Hours had a new idea and was convincingly good in its first act after which everything went downhill from there after which the audience was just looking for a closure. Carlton trying to fit in Will's lifestyle is funny but they couldn't make it work.


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