The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Season 3 Episode 7

Here Comes the Judge

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 26, 1992 on NBC
8.5
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Episode Summary

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Will gets arrested for numerous parking tickets as Phil runs for judge against incumbent Judge Robertson . Will Will's tickets affect Philips chances to become a judge?

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  • A good followup to the last episode I Love You"

    8.0
    This isn't the best episode of the season so far but it was certainly funny. I liked how we actually see more of Judge Robertson because I didnt like the way his character was concluded in the last episode. The whole story between Will and Jazz was funny and it was moving.



    This episode shows everything well. I liked how Phillip didn't get too mad at Will for what happened. I especially loved the moment



    Phillip (sees the kids) "Who are they?

    Judge: They're rented!



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  • Phillp goes up against his mentor

    7.0
    This was a nice follow up to the last episode. You get to see a more skevy side of Judge Robinson in this episode. While he is not the best moral character, you don't turn him off when you see him. I like how Will did put a dent in his uncle's plan, it wasn't his fault. Another good thing is that Phillp didn't blame Will too much for what happened. I also like how Jazz and Will have a fight and later make up. While this would be cheesy in most sitcoms, it worked in this one.moreless
  • this was a good ep

    8.5
    in this ep of the show fresh prince will gets a ton of parking tickets and they go unpaid and turns out the guy that taken him to court is philp and they do battle against each other in the court room which philp is tring to get a high posion in law so they could ruin his chances till will and philp talk it out infront of a judge this was a good ep i thought it had some laughs and it showed how will and philp can come togeather at the end of the ep. i enjoyed this onemoreless
  • Here Comes the Judge

    9.1
    This episode shows the true friendship of Will and Jazz and shows just how much both take each other for granted, with hilarious results.



    Jazz not wanting to buy a broken CD player and getting two grand worth of parking tickets was great characteristics in the episode, the end being brilliant with him used to getting let out of the house in an interesting fashion that never gets old.



    Judge Robertson is once again a very funny character and shows that senility is only one of the humerous characteristics of his character.



    Overall, this has a great Will-Jazz conflict and is very entertaining.moreless
David Sterry

David Sterry

Hollenbeck

Guest Star

Jim Jansen

Jim Jansen

Dobson

Guest Star

Sherman Hemsley

Sherman Hemsley

Judge Roberton

Recurring Role

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Trevor

Recurring Role

Jeff Townes

Jeff Townes

Jazz

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Will: So, as of now, this friendship is over, you're not welcome here, so I'd like it if you just got the hell outta my crib!
      Jazz: You're not even gonna bother to throw me out?
      Will: You're not even worth it, man.

    • Will: I don't need Jazz. I don't need nobody!
      Carlton (singing): Everybody loves somebody, sometimes. Everybody needs someone, it's true.

    • (Judge Robertson's family comes in)
      Vivian: I didn't know he had kids.
      Philip: He doesn't, and that's not his wife, and am I crazy, or does he look 10 years younger?

    • Geoffrey: Excuse me sir, but how has you're day been going?
      Philip: Fine Geoffrey. Thank you.
      Geoffrey: Well, down the toilet it goes!
      (Judge Robertson walks in)
      Judge Robertson: Philip Banks. What's it been, ten, fifteen years?
      Philip: Judge, we had lunch together two weeks ago.
      Judge Robertson: Oh, right. Well, I'm here because I heard a rumor you're running against me for judge.
      Philip: I told you this at lunch. I am running against you.
      Judge Robertson: What?! That's it! Get out of my house! (Stomps up the stairs) Lionel, please show him out!

    • Philip: When the press hears about this they're going to have a field day.
      Judge Robertson: Oh, I hope so. This is just the beginning. You know, I was looking through your police file, and bingo! Up pops your nephew. Parking tickets up the ying-yang. So I busted his bony butt. Pretty good, eh?
      Philip: Excuse me?
      Judge Robertson: Oh wake up, knucklehead. You're in the big leagues now. I may be old, I may be senile, and I haven't been able to find my car for the past half hour, but I can beat you in a political campaign any day. You're dead meat, Tiny.

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

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