The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
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Season 1
Season 1 generally 1
1 The Fresh Prince Project 4
2 Bang the Drum, Ashley 5
3 Clubba Hubba 2
4 Not With My Pig, You Don't 1
5 Homeboy, Sweet Homeboy 1
6 Mistaken Identity 1
7 Def Poet's Society 1
8 Someday Your Prince Will Be in Effect (1) 0
9 Someday Your Prince Will Be in Effect (2) 0
10 Kiss My Butler 0
11 Courting Disaster 0
12 Talking Turkey 0
13 Knowledge is Power 0
14 Day Damn One 0
15 Deck the Halls 0
16 The Lucky Charm 0
17 The Ethnic Tip 0
18 The Young and the Restless 0
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Bang the Drum, Ashley - S1-E2

Continuity mistake: When Phil is telling Geoffrey about his day at work he takes an aspirin and drinks the water. The glass of water is almost gone. But if you look closely a couple of shots later the glass is full of water again.

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Mistaken Identity - S1-E6

Question: Why does Carlton believe that his driving too slow was the reason he got pulled over? Will even stated that the real reason they were pulled over is because two black people driving an expensive car in a lower-middle income neighborhood looked suspicious. It was a case of racial profiling but, at the end of the episode, Carlton still believed it was because he drove too slowly.

Answer: Because Carlton is naive, trusting, and optimistic. He lived a pretty sheltered life in Bel-Air and just doesn't think police officers would do anything unjust. At this point in his life, he just hasn't gone through the things Will has to make him think otherwise.

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