The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Season 6 Episode 19

I, Whoops, There It Is

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Apr 15, 1996 on NBC

Episode Fan Reviews (7)

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  • Behind the scenes

    This was a break from the regular routine of episodes as Will Smith took us behind the scenes of the TV show. When a series is at the end, often an episode that focused mainly on flashbacks but this time it was just bloopers. This was a nice change of pace. I liked that the real names of the actors were said. I also really liked that the actors who were shown, were more themselves then the characters they play. It's too bad you don't see the bloopers from the women who played Viv. However I understand that there were two people who played Viv and probably some legal issue (and probably time) to prevent this from happening. Having Dick Clark was a nice choice to host. The best was the ending (and also a nice song that referenced a song that was used earlier the season) how everyone got excited to get the show started. It was nice to see there was actual audience that watches the show. You also see that James Avery (Phillp) and Will seem to have genuine relationship.

    All in all a great episode because there was no plot and this was just fun to watch.
  • A hilarious blooper episode.

    I, Whoops, There It Is is a hilarious blooper episode. Will takes us behind the set, introduces us to the cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and shows some of everyone's hilarious mess ups. Lol. I was rolling on the floor laughing through a lot of this episode. The cast delivers their lines so perfectly on the show, and it's hard to imagine them ever messing up. But hey, no one is perfect, as we saw. (Not even Will Smith. :P) Even though it was very obvious that the whole cast was acting for this episode, I still enjoyed it. It was a great way to start winding down The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air series.
  • A wonderful blooper episode!!

    This was a great episode where Will Smith takes us on a tour of the studio and we visit all of the shows stars and it shows some of their hilarious bloopers! This episode really gives you the feeling of working on a tv show, and/or how it would feel to be in the studio audience. It was a lot of fun to watch, and it looks like the actors have a fun time on the show. Bloopers are great, to me they are the best part of watching shows! In my opinon every single season of every show should include an episode like this one.
  • The absolute best show from the entire series.

    OK. So you probably think I'm not being serious with this one.

    Best episode of the ENTIRE SERIES?



    No, and here's why. This episode basically sums up why this series was so great: chemistry. Not only that, the episode isn't one of the typical, corny type of blooper episodes where there\'s no plot and they just show random clips (e.g. Seinfeld 100th episode.) The episode actually has a plot where Will visits "candidly" all the actors/actresses. It reminded me a lot of episode 86, "The Time Capsule" from the "Saved By The Bell" series in which Mr. Belding finds a video tape of Zack and the gang, and re-visits legendary scenes.

    I don't know, you'll just have to see it.

    It gets pretty emotional at the end too ... which I thought added to why this is such a legendary episode. Basically the entire cast at the end does a Chicago-Bulls type pre-game warm-up and sprint towards the live audience. Will, of course, is last and gets the entire live audience extremely pumped up. The intensity level gets nuts.

    --Mukul R. Dwivedi
  • bloopers, bloopers and more bloopers

    no plot for this one. Will takes us behind the scenes to everyone's dressing room and shows some great bloopers from everyone. they were extremely funny. Uncle Phil has problems getting his lines right. Carl likes over acting which is hilarious. Will just likes being funny. what an episode. the beginning was pretty funny too when Will is trying to get into the NBC headquarters but ends up getting searched by 3 security guards. great time to do this episode too. awesome.
  • A must-see for all fans!

    I'm a complete sucker for bloopers and behind-the-scenes stuff. This episode takes us backstage and in a funny way gives some facts about the show that may or may not be true.

    Will speaks with the cast, shows their bloopers and shows us around backstage. It was a wonderful chance to relive some favorite moments of the show. A great view!
  • Will Smith and Dick Clark create a blooper show. Will tours the NBC studio where the show is filmed, visiting the stars, and airing some of their bloopers. Then you see the cast getting ready for a show backstage, and then the curtain call when Will sings

    I like this episode. It is really funny to watch. For a while you could see bloopers on the end credits of the show, but then they stopped for the 5th and 6th seasons, so it was funny to see that again. It was also cool to see the backstage areas of the show. I think it could have been better if all of the cast members were visited (Aunt Viv, Nicky).
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