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Below are the 11 most recent journal entries recorded in THE FRESH PRINCE FAN CHILL SPOT's LiveJournal:

Saturday, February 19th, 2005
11:53 am
dude! i wanna meet the cab driver of the theme song! he's madd hott!!!

Current Mood: bouncy
Monday, March 1st, 2004
4:21 pm
The best thing that ever happend
My English teacher in the eighth grade was a boring bald white guy (probably so was your English teacher in the eighth grade). Everyone used to make fun of him for being boring and bald and white until ONE FATEFUL DAY when he revealed that Jeffery from "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" was his step-dad!!!!! OH MY GOD!!!! We didn't know we were in the presence of GOD DAMN ROYALTY!!! So then no one made fun of him anymore, we treated him with the respect that the step-son of Jeffery the butler deserves. And one day he brought us a video tape of the time that Jeffery guest-hosted "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" and he made us bananna bread and everyone decided that MR. VALENCICH WAS THE COOLEST TEACHER OF ALL TIME. And at the end of the year my friend and I did a choreographed dance routine to the "Fresh Prince" theme song for him and it was awesome.
4:58 pm
Even though Uncle Phil is a conservative, bald judge, he used to be a dashiki-wearing civil rights activist in the 60's! He even had an afro!
Monday, February 9th, 2004
2:03 am
Man I think my favorite episode of the Fresh Prince is the one where Will teaches Ashley to rap, and she raps grace at the dinner table. "So thank you, Lord, for this stupid food!"
Also, the episode where Carlton has an awesome treehouse.
12:00 am
I love the fact that this community is called, "yoHOMEStobelair"

Even though, in the song the Fresh Prince sings about going HOME.

The Fresh Prince is one down vato from the barrio.
Monday, February 2nd, 2004
7:07 pm
I recently saw the best episode of the Fresh Prince of all time ever. Here is a summary.

Will wants to take Uncle Phil's car so he and Jazz can attend the Public Enemy concert. Hillary also wants to use his car so she can attend an enviormental benifit. Will asked first, so Hillary acts like a total bitch and drops peices on incriminating evidence about Will to Uncle Phil - for example, he rents the car out to Jazz, didn't get home until 3AM the previous night, and he eats ribs in the car. Will finds revenge the only nescisary option, and snoops around Hillary's school for information about her. The prize peice of information comes from two air-headed coeds named Tammy and Kimmy, who tell Will that Hillary dropped out months ago. Will had only expected to find out that she had gone shopping when she had said she was studying. This bombshell allows Will to blackmail Hillary into being his personal slave for the month he is grounded. Hillary has to clean his sneakers with a toothbrush, read him Spider-Man comics and clean his lucky draws. Hillary vents about her situation to Carlton, who in turn makes Hillary become his slave as well. During dinner, Will has set up an elaborate system in which Hillary must compliment Will every time Uncle Phil takes a drink, and must bark like a dog whenever her name is spoken. Carlton in turn created a system where Hillary must insult will every time he taps a glass with a knife, and she must slap Will every time he clears his throat. Hillarity ensues. Hillary eventually admits her dropping out to Uncle Phil, who grounds all them mothafuckin kidz.
Saturday, January 31st, 2004
1:31 pm
I always thought the Fresh Prince woulda busted more caps in peoples' asses.
3:17 pm
quincy jones is such a renaissance man. who would have thought his first foray into television production would have resulted in a gem like the fresh prince?
3:10 pm
jazz is a real ladies man.
Friday, January 30th, 2004
7:21 pm
Even though it might be hard to tell, Will and Carlton are actually best friends.
7:20 pm
Uncle Phil is always bustin' Will's ass, but it's only because deep down inside he really cares.
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