WHY THIS SHOW IS SOOO GOOOOOOOD,damn this episode was so damn emotional it was amazing i never though i would like this show when i started watching it plus its not the kind of shows i like but this show is soo diffrent from any other show it got the concept of amazing,i really recommend it to everyone and hear me out if you didnt watch this show then your wasting your life for real.
@Kyndryd ... thanks for using the spoiler button and I wanted to say sorry for my reaction the other day.
they are split up, go through virtual hell to get together to only split apart - again. AAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH !
love it come on to watch it and its uploaded three minutes later
Please add some more links
TO ANYONE: Is Philip Dick show meant to be in Russian or what????? thanks in advance!!! Radi xxx
Black Mirror S04E01 - http://thevideo.me/hrzjcps9f39h http://thevideo.me/14c7eiiwyj4u http://thevideo.me/qdkzhf0yumsv http://thevideo.me/83gux12em1yx http://thevideo.me/s5gt4nlnc198 http://thevideo.me/vkyy0ayiulzg http://thevideo.me/sdjhqm3641ed http://thevideo.me/ptf58ar2eo13 http://thevideo.me/qsyvo7vhlwa9 http://thevideo.me/9q469htynxe4 http://thevideo.me/ggsfen24sa6u http://thevideo.me/pudi6e8ddhkk
Year : 1990
Episode Runtime: 25
First Aired: September 9, 1990
Status : Ended
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A wealthy family living in Bel-Air, California, receives a dubious gift from their poorer relations in Philadelphia when Will Smith arrives as The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air. Will shatters the sophisticated serenity of Bel-Air with his streetwise common sense, much to the dismay of his upper-crust uncle, Philip Banks (James Avery), Aunt Vivian (Janet Hubert-Whitten and Daphne Maxwell Reid) and three conceited cousins, Carlton (Alfonso Ribeiro), Hilary (Karyn Parsons) and Ashley (Tatyana Ali) - and butler Geoffrey (Joseph Marcell). As the Banks family opens their home - and their checkbook - to their needy relative, Will adapts easily to their indulgent lifestyle. Yet, he reminds everyone that the simplest pleasures of family life can't be bought at any price.