This show was very funny, even in the sixth season. In fact, if
I recall correctly, it had lost some of its mojo but got better again in the
last two seasons. I think it was one of those things where, you either
like Will Smith and the show's brand of humor, or you don't. It probably also
helps if you were a family or youngster watching the show. It is very
family-friendly, for the most part. It had some hints of racy jokes but
you had to be an adult to know what they were hinting at.
I think I watched the entire show, although it's possibly I may
have missed some of them. It's great to have the whole set. Anyone of any age
should enjoy it. It's just fun and cute, and enjoyable to watch. Even though it
was in the 90's, it does not seem dated yet. Some of the fashions, maybe, but
that's about it.
There were many "fish out of water" comedies, but this was
definitely one of the best. The DVD does not have any features or extras. It's
good to have the shows, but it would be nice to see more extras. They don't seem
to bother making those nowadays for the "classic" shows. I don't know why. Maybe
it's too much cost or bother for them to do it.
Get excited about the upcoming DVD release of The Fresh Prince of Bel-
Air: The Complete Sixth Season!
Synopsis: It's a rap: the final season! The Fresh Prince's reign is
over. Will Smith and the rest of the hilarious cast take their final
with all 24 Season 6 Episodes on 3 Discs. A lot's happened since
life got flipped, turned upside down and he showed up at the Banks's
Bel-Air doorstep. And the final season keeps the fun rollin' to the
end with hip comedy style, phat one-liners, a not-to-be-missed
episode, and guest stars that include William Shatner, B.B. King,
Clark, Richard Roundtree, Wayne Newton and - in a standout turn -
Rock as an on-the-rise comic and his butt-ugly sister. Any guess who
up as Will's date for a night for dancin' and (ugh) romancin'? You
Available on DVD: April 19th Official
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