I'm not crying, you're crying... Or you will be once you see the preview of the Fresh Prince Of Bel Air reunion coming to HBO Max.

There's nothing like 1990's television sit-coms. Truly, it's a thing of the past. They were almost all filmed in front of a live studio audience and they had an energy that a lot of today's television does not. I once got to see a taping of Friends when I was in high school and it's an incredible memory I'll never forget.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air aired from 1990-1996 and while it was only six seasons, it connected with the world for a life time. Coming next Thursday, November 19th, the Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air cast reunion special. Check out the trailer:

If Covid-19 wasn't a thing and we didn't just get set back to stage 2 in Idaho, I'd throw a Fresh Prince viewing party somewhere in Boise and ask everyone to costume up, but alas, we can't. We just all have to gather around the TV set next Thursday and catch up with the Banks family and then discuss Friday morning on Mix 106. If you're a child of the 80's, this show was probably a big part of your upbringing. A great family comedy with lots of life lessons, love, laughs and feel good moments. The saddest part of all this is the passing of James Avery aka Uncle Phil and knowing that he won't be with the family for the reunion.

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