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Jimmy Fallon is known for enlisting his celebrity guests in epic musical skits for The Tonight Show. So, when Will Smith came through on Thursday, it was only right that they perform sitcom theme songs.
The two kicked off with The Golden Girls before making their way through themes for The Jeffersons, Diff'rent Strokes, Good Times, The Andy Griffith Show (the screen even went black-and-white for this famous whistle tune), I Dream of Jeannie, Full House, The Greatest American Hero, Martin (complete with "damn Gina" and "you so crazy" ad-libs), Three's Company, and, of course, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Big Will, who rapped one of the most recognizable and memorized TV show themes ever for the '90s series, brought excitement to the crowd as he weaved through the side staircases and served up the final few verses of the song. (And of course, most of the crowd joined in.)
Luckily for us, Smith has been in the public eye more in recent months than he has for almost his entire career. He created his first social media account ever on Instagram and has been dishing life advice, showing his adventures, and providing ample amounts of comedy. He's also slated to host a National Geographic series about Earth's wonders.
Smith's famed '90s series may be getting the reboot treatment as well. NBC Universal, which owns the rights to the series, secured trademarks for The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and recently filed trademark applications for "Fresh Princess."
Only time will tell if we'll get another Fresh series. In the meantime, check out the nostalgic moment above.