The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Season 3 Episode 6

P.S. I Love You

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 24, 1992 on NBC

Episode Fan Reviews (5)

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  • A great episode

    This episode was another funny and great episode. It features Will who continuously takes advantage of a girl at school to get stuff he wants and in return, doesn't have any affection for her. It also features Phillip going against his own boss, Judge Robertson, who is an extremely funny character. "Princess Leia. The force is with you!"

    This episode has many great laughs, funny new characters and a great story to enjoy
  • Phillp runs against his menitor. Will has a special admirer or maybe not.

    This was a step from the last one. It wasn't hard to do. One bad part is Will admirer. Like in the previous episode, you are given no indication that his admirer was only using Will. Yes Will has used women and it's nice that he got used, but it could've been done better. Sherman Helmey was great in this episode. He was a minor character that was enjoyable and played him very good. He had good interaction with all of the characters. This episode was a nice set up for future episodes.
  • this was a good ep

    in this ep of the show fresh prince philp is having problems with his old professor who taught him law and he thinks his old ways have jeperdized his thinking and he wants him removed from it and they up against each other the two of the in the beging the jude is getting the better of philp and will starts to like the guy the way he is with girls and money and other stuff. but in the end will helps philp get the better of him . this was a good ep i thought. in the end . this was a good ep
  • 306

    TBS shows rerus of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and yeah it is early in the morning so I am not always able to catch them, but at least they are showing the classic sitcom and allowing me to see great episodes like this.

    Sherman Helmsley appeared on this show in a variety of personas, but he always brought the funny everytime he showed up, this one no exception. The star of The Jeffersons was not afraid to insult women or children and you do not see that brutal honesty anywhere on TV today. The man is a legend and The Fresh Prince was lucky to have him.

    Good episode here.
  • P.S. I Love You

    This is not one of the best episodes of the Fresh Prince but Judge Robertson was a great introduction to the season and is very funny throughout the episode and later episodes where he will become more senile.

    Will's plot was okay, with some great moments aswell, involving the stuff that he was getting (he will always remember the short time he had that watch) but the plot was a little dull at times and has some out of character moments.

    However the episode is the introduction of Phil running for judge and also starts the humour that will come from Judge Robertson.