The ’90s sitcom you had no idea about with the new Prince of Bel-Air



The show that earned Will Smith a coveted guest spot was “Blossom,” which you probably wouldn’t know if you were a “Blossom” fan. Either way, this series was almost certainly tabbed for cross-processing as it aired directly after “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”. “Blossom” also followed an unconventional family unit, although this story largely centers on the titular teenager (future “The Big Bang Theory” star Mayim Bailik) as she grew up amidst all the drama and drama. humor inherent in adolescence.

As for Smith’s crossover, it came in the Season 2 episode titled “I’m With The Band,” which found Blossom and her best friend Six (Jenna von Oÿ) linked with a school group trip. During a chance encounter, Blossom ends up in the elevator with The Fresh Prince, and the couple share a sweet shameless encounter as the star-struck teenager is completely geeky. Smith’s cameo was brief when it came to crossovers, but for fans of ’90s TV, it was still a major moment.

Smith was also not the only star of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” to appear on “Blossom”. Her co-star Karyn Parsons (who played Hilary Banks in “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”) had a much larger role in her own season 2 crossover. Parson’s appearance occurred in the episode. titled “Wake Up Little Suzy”, and found her Hilary on a charity walk with Blossom’s paramedic older brother, Anthony (Michael Stoyanov). And if you ask us, Parsons’ delicious cameo was a lot more fun.



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