The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Take My Cousin -- Please

Season 4, Ep 11, Aired 11/22/93
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  • Episode Description
  • On academic probation, Will schemes to improve his grades by fixing up a newly divorced English professor with Hilary, who soon finds fault with the man, further jeopardizing Will's academic future.

  • Cast & Crew
  • James Avery (I)

    Philip Banks

  • Alfonso Ribeiro

    Carlton Banks

  • Will Smith

    Will Smith

  • Daphne Maxwell Reid

    Vivian Banks

  • Karyn Parsons

    Hilary Banks

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • A great episode but there are better ones in the season

    By SLionsCricket, Mar 29, 2013

  • Will and Hilary on a double date

    By Lostindharma, Aug 16, 2012

  • Take My Cousin…Please

    By jimbo_001, Jan 01, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • Old Lady: (After Will makes noise arguing with Hillary to get her to not leave) Young man, we're trying to enjoy the opera. Will: I know, it's hard ain't it?

    • Narrator: Will Smith stayed up all night studying and passed. One week later, he was taken off academic probation. Two weeks later he was put back on.

    • Will: (Hilary says she can't date Brian because of his mole) You're just making a mounntain out of a mole, Hil.

    • Hilary walks by Professor Burton: Who is that? Will: Hilary? Oh that's my cousin. Professor Burton: Is she involved with anyone? Will: Mostly just herself.

    • Hilary: I need to switch cars, Carlton said you had the keys Will: Oh yeah, here. What's wrong with your car? Hilary: I'm going shoe shopping I need a wagon.

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    Notes (1)

    • International Episode Titles: Czech Republic - Seznam se s mou sestřenicí (Meet My Cousin)

    Allusions (2)

    • (Will tells the old lady):  "Have you seen the movie, Throw Momma From The Train?  Will was talking about the 1987 comedy Throw Momma From The Train directed by Danny Devito where a man (played by Danny Devoro) who lives with his abusive mother (played by Anne Ramsey) and fantasizes about killing her and his best friend (played by Billy Crystal) who is an struggling author and his ex-wife steals his name of his book.

    • The title is a spinoff to Henny Youngman line,Take my wife please.

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