The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air - Season 6 Episodes
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air - Season 6
TV's freshest comedy draws to an emotional close. As Will looks forward to post-college life, Hilary's show is lured to New York, where Ashley hopes to model. Carlton gets into Princeton, and Philip's ambition almost ruins his marriage. In the series finale, classic sitcom characters vie for the Banks home. Chris Rock, Wayne Newton, Dick Clark, B.B. King, Jay Leno and William Shatner also appear.
“Burnin' Down the House”
Will's attempt to make flambe goes up in smoke before Phil's boss comes to dinner.
“Get a Job”
Will replaces Carlton as Hilary's assistant talent coordinator for her television talk show. Phil presides as the judge on a sensational Hollywood trial. Chris Rock guest stars in a dual role.
Will tries to cure Hilary of a cold when they have a meeting with a potential sponsor. Carlton replaces Phil as Ashley's career-day speaker with depressing results.
“Bourgie Sings the Blues”
Carlton has a major college interview on the same night as Ashley's big party. Blues legend B.B. King guest stars.
“The Script Formerly Known As”
Will and Hilary interview a dismissed juror from Phil's case on her show--and he doesn't have nice things to say about Phil.
“Not, I Barbecue”
Will and Carlton get caught in a compromising position while on a double date with two sexy intellectuals.
“Not With My Cousin You Don't”
Ashley wants to have sex with a longtime friend--but Will and Carlton have other ideas for the couple.
“Viva Lost Wages”
Will and Carlton go to Las Vegas to celebrate Carlton's 21st birthday, and one of them becomes a gambling maniac.
“There's the Rub (1)”
Will must judge who makes the best stuffing in the family. Hilary and Carlton learn the true meaning of Thanksgiving. And Will's cure for Phil's back pain lands them both in jail. (Part 1 of 2)
“There's the Rub (2)”
Will must judge who makes the best stuffing in the family. Hilary and Carlton learn the true meaning of Thanksgiving. And Will's cure for Phil's back pain lands them both in jail. (Part 2 of 2)
“I, Ooh, Baby, Baby”
Feeling unfulfilled despite her national television debut, Hilary decides she wants a baby. The Bankses celebrate the Christmas season.
The whole family joins a health club, and Will gets beaten by a formidable boxer--a woman.
Phil, Will and Carlton are taken hostage by a crazed, bomb-toting clown.
“Breaking Up is Hard To Do (1)”
Will and Carlton jeopardize Ashley's big break with a modeling agency. Phil's burgeoning political career has an unexpected effect on Vivian. (Part 1 of 2)
“Breaking Up is Hard To Do (2)”
Will, Carlton, Ashley and Hilary take drastic measures to get Phil and Vivian to reconcile. (Part 2 of 2)
“I, Bowl Buster”
Accepted to Princeton, Carlton jeopardizes his Ivy League career by taking an interest in professional bowling.
“The Butler's Son Did It”
Geoffrey's long-lost son returns, and everyone loves him. But building a relationship and trust are difficult at first. Hilary begins writing her autobiography.
A lonely reverend misinterprets Vivian's devotion to the church for interest in him--and he tries to become amorous with her. Phil accidentally kills Nicky's pet rabbit. Carlton and Ashley compete to sing a solo at the Easter service.
“I, Whoops, There It Is”
Will Smith steps out of character to interview members of the cast and, with the help of Dick Clark, shows hilarious clips of outtakes from the six seasons of the series.
“I, Stank Horse”
Carlton adopts an aged racehorse. Phil refuses to allow Ashley to appear in a sexy commercial or to move to New York to attend school.
“I, Stank Hole in One”
Carlton regrets allowing Will to be Phil's golf partner in a tournament. Hilary co-hosts a television show with Regis Philbin.
William Shatner agrees to appear on Hilary's show--until Will and Carlton almost ruin everything. Ashley wants to move to New York.
“I, Done (1)”
As the Banks children prepare to leave home, Will realizes that he has no plans for his future. Phil announces that he plans to sell the house.