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Will's Misery 

Will has a date with Lisa in a cabin. However, things don't go the way Will thought they would go.

Director:

Shelley Jensen

Writers:

Benny Medina (format by), Jeff Pollack (format by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Will Smith ... Will Smith
James Avery ... Philip Banks
Daphne Reid ... Vivian Banks (as Daphne Maxwell Reid)
Alfonso Ribeiro ... Carlton Banks
Karyn Parsons ... Hilary Banks
Tatyana Ali ... Ashley Banks (as Tatyana M. Ali)
Joseph Marcell ... Geoffrey Butler
Ross Bagley ... Nicky Banks
DJ Jazzy Jeff ... Jazz (as Jeffrey A. Townes)
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ... Himself
Nia Long ... Lisa Wilkes
Narcissa Marte Narcissa Marte ... Stephanie
Ernest 'Tron' Anderson Ernest 'Tron' Anderson ... Man at Drive-In (as Ernest Tron Anderson)
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Will has a date with Lisa in a cabin. However, things don't go the way Will thought they would go.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 1994 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The scene in which Carlton runs around the set is unscripted. See more »

Goofs

Jazz shows up disguised as the killer from Will and Carlton's story at the end to scare Will. Since the story is fiction, the killer wouldn't exist or even be recognized by Will. See more »

Crazy Credits

In the final scene, Carlton starts running and screaming around frantically. After running outside, he runs alongside the decor of the kitchen, enters again, drags himself on hands and knees through the kitchen, runs along, ends up in the cabin decor, the school canteen decor (where some of the crew is sitting), past the cameras, into the audience and , while still screaming, ends up in the arms of Will. See more »

Connections

Featured in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Love in an Elevator (1995) See more »

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17 May 2018 | by Arth_JoshiSee all my reviews

The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air

Will's Misery

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 thought had a potential to be a typical one-time-watch sitcom, but turned out to be something more than that. 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, that it fortunately delivers till the end. The relation between Will Smith and Tatyana Ali seemed interesting on earlier season where the writers could have gone easily (but wasn't explored to that extent) and instead were directed towards Alfonso Rebeiro that draws out the laughs from your typical "sibling rivalry" formula whilst with James Avery there is a soft spot hidden in there that binds it all.

The fourth season is probably the best season up till now as it goes bold and doesn't even flinch on taking huge decisions by visiting new places, tracks and characters that are interesting, emotional, humorous and more importantly sensible. And they also began this eerie approach on the characters and their awareness of the outer world that is flat out hilarious.

Will's track hits hard and fast and is the only one that keeps the audience engaged and entertained for the other track is flat out dull and exhausting that blends in and creates this mediocre episode which is saved by an hilarious and unexpected climax that is related to Carlton.


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