History Awesome / TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir

2nd Aug '17 10:00:56 AM KnightSpark
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** Even more surprising, when people close to Judge Robertson say disparaging things about him at his funeral, Will tells them all off:
-->'''Will:''' A man is dead here, people. I mean, did he not feel pain when he was hurt? I mean, did he not shiver when he was cold? Did he not dream? I mean, he was only human, but yes, he was human. And I fail to believe that the world can profit from a man's death. And I think each and every one of you should be really ashamed in yourselves.
-->'''Man:''' And who are you?
-->'''Will:''' I'm the dude that killed him.
** After that, everyone applauds at Will. Whether it was his speech or that he more-or-less was the cause of Robertson's death is up to debate.
10th Jun '17 4:24:12 PM tyrekecorrea
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** Hattie then proceeds subconsciously beat Will in two games of cards while they're talking.
4th May '17 1:48:49 AM lolface123
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'''Philip''': ''Legal partner''. I've got a few questions for you. When you got this alleged confession from these two young men, did they have a lawyer present? No, because ''I'm'' their lawyer. Did you notify their parents? No, because ''we're'' their parents. So officer, don't tell us to wait and don't tell us to sit down. Just open that damn cell and let those two boys out of there, or I'm going to tie this place up with so much litigation that ''your grandchildren are going to need lawyers''!

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'''Philip''': ''Legal partner''. [[TranquilFury I've got a few questions for you. you.]] When you got this alleged confession from these two young men, did they have a lawyer present? No, because ''I'm'' their lawyer. Did you notify their parents? No, because ''we're'' their parents. So officer, don't tell us to wait and don't tell us to sit down. Just open that damn cell and let those two boys out of there, or I'm going to tie this place up with so much litigation that ''your grandchildren are going to need lawyers''!
15th Feb '17 3:58:11 PM ilovehirohamada
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** This happens again in a later episode; Will tries to sneak in. He gets past Geoffrey in the kitchen, tries sneaking up the stairs behind Phil and Vivian, who are watching a movie, and then, without looking away from the TV...

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** This happens again in a later episode; Will tries to sneak in. He gets past Geoffrey in the kitchen, tries sneaking up the stairs behind Phil and Vivian, who are watching a movie, and then, sleeping on the couch together. Then, without looking away from the TV...either of them even moving...
23rd Dec '16 11:43:20 AM TotalDramaRox97
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* What Will did to the Banks' house in "Deck the Halls" could give the Griswolds a run for their money
23rd Nov '16 8:23:25 PM FordPrefect
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* Will gets a job to pay for prom expenses and whatnot on his own, rather than asking Phil for help. When Phil asks why, Will gives him a speech about he needs to stand on his own two feet, etc. In an allusion to (and yet inversion of) a similar scene in the pilot episode of ''Series/TheCosbyShow'', rather than praising his independent attitude, Phil figuratively smacks him upside the head and tells him it is NOT a shameful thing to ask for and/or accept help that is readily available.
* A CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming as well, but when Geoffrey's long-lost son Fredrick shows up and tries to make off with the money Geoffrey gave him for butler's school, Will shows up at the airport, but has trouble trying to come up with a defense for Geoffrey, but can't, until Fredrick scornfully asks "This is the man your trying to defend?" Will's response:

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* Will gets a job to pay for prom expenses and whatnot on his own, rather than asking Phil for help. When Phil asks why, Will gives him a speech about how he needs to stand on his own two feet, etc. In an allusion to (and yet inversion of) a similar scene in the pilot episode of ''Series/TheCosbyShow'', rather than praising his independent attitude, Phil figuratively smacks him upside the head and tells him it is NOT a shameful thing to ask for and/or accept help that is readily available.
* A CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming as well, but when Geoffrey's long-lost son Fredrick shows up and tries to make off with the money Geoffrey gave him for butler's school, Will shows up at the airport, but has trouble trying to come up with a defense for Geoffrey, but can't, until Fredrick scornfully asks "This is the man your you're trying to defend?" Will's response:
14th Nov '16 1:59:59 PM Morgenthaler
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* From "The Big Four-Oh": Vivian is reminded of how she gave up her dancing ambitions when she became a wife and mother, so she goes to reclaim that part of herself by enrolling in a dance class. She does miserably at first and is ridiculed by two younger dancers because of it. Instead of quitting, though, she gets a few private lessons, then shows up to the next class to deliver what could be her most {{badass}} moment. ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOJSuIVmv_g *snap!* ]]''

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* From "The Big Four-Oh": Vivian is reminded of how she gave up her dancing ambitions when she became a wife and mother, so she goes to reclaim that part of herself by enrolling in a dance class. She does miserably at first and is ridiculed by two younger dancers because of it. Instead of quitting, though, she gets a few private lessons, then shows up to the next class to deliver what could be her most {{badass}} badass moment. ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOJSuIVmv_g *snap!* ]]''



* Let's just be honest: every single time that Phil [[LetsGetDangerous gets dangerous]] should be on here. His ability to go from kind and slightly humorous ButtMonkey to a supreme {{Badass}} in the wink of an eye cannot be overstated.

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* Let's just be honest: every single time that Phil [[LetsGetDangerous gets dangerous]] should be on here. His ability to go from kind and slightly humorous ButtMonkey to a supreme {{Badass}} badass in the wink of an eye cannot be overstated.
7th Oct '16 4:36:24 PM FallenDelf
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** Even earlier, when Phil warns the hustlers, "Don't mess with my boy again. You mess with him, ''you mess with me''", showing that even from the beginning, he thought of Will as one of his own.

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** Even earlier, when Phil warns the hustlers, "Don't mess with my boy again. You mess with him, ''you mess ''you're messing with me''", showing that even from the beginning, he thought of Will as one of his own.
18th Sep '16 2:01:12 AM rmitros
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** Turns into a funny moment when Will, after having been silent as a mouse in sneaking past Geoffrey, straight-up pouts and ''stomps'' up the stairs.
9th Jul '16 1:27:50 AM Windrays
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** This happens again in a later episode; Will tries to sneak in. He gets past Geoffrey in the kitchen, tries sneaking up the stairs behind Phil and Vivian, who are watching a movie, and then, without looking away from the TV...
-->'''Viv:''' Good night, Will.
-->'''Phil:''' You're grounded.
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