The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from 1990 to 1996. Starring Will Smith as a Philadelphia teenager sent to live with his relatives in Bel Air, the show dealt with the difficulties of a street-smart teenager adjusting to a more affluent lifestyle in a comical manner. Although not a critical success, the series was awarded a few honors, including multiple Image Awards.
- In the second season episode, "Something for Nothing," Philip Banks tells his daughter, Ashley, that he would get her a stuffed Miss Piggy doll.
- On the first episode of Muppets Tonight, Gonzo looks over the new KMUP evening line-up. One of the shows on the schedule is Frog Prince of Belair.
- An image of Kermit as the "Frog Prince of Bel Air" appeared on a licensed Muppet postcard.
- Tatyana Ali played Ashley Banks
- Boyz II Men appeared as themselves in "'Twas the Night Before Christening" (1993)
- Rosalind Cash played Mrs. Bassin in "Six Degrees of Graduation" (1993)
- Dick Clark appeared as himself in two episodes
- Kim Fields played Monique in "The Best Laid Plans" (1993), and appeared as herself
- Brad Garrett played John "Fingers" O'Neill in "Fresh Prince: The Movie" (1994)
- Tom Jones appeared as himself in "The Alma Matter" (1993)
- B.B. King played Pappy in "Bourgie Sings the Blues" (1995)
- Queen Latifah played Dee Dee in two episodes
- Jay Leno appeared as himself in two episodes
- Branford Marsalis played Duane, and appeared as himself
- Brian Stokes Mitchell played Trevor
- Pat Morita played Mr Yoshi in "Love Hurts" (1994)
- Karyn Parsons played Hilary Banks
- Regis Philbin appeared as himself in "I, Stank Hole in One" (1996)
- Alfonso Ribeiro played Carlton Banks
- Little Richard appeared as himself in "The Client" (1994)
- Chris Rock played Maurice/Jasmine in "Get a Job" (1995)
- William Shatner appeared as himself in "Eye, Tooth" (1996)
- Will Smith played William 'Will' Smith
- Raven-Symoné played Claudia in "Vying for Attention" (1992)
- Jack Tate played Mitchell in "I Know Why the Caged Bird Screams" (1994)
- Ben Vereen played Lou Smith in "Papa's Got a Brand New Excuse" (1994)
- Malcolm-Jamal Warner played Eric in two episodes
- Vanessa Williams played Danny Mitchell in " A Funny Thing Happened on the Way Home from the Forum" (1992)
- Oprah Winfrey appeared as herself in "A Night at the Oprah" (1992)