|Fresh Prince, the Movie|
|Airdate||October 10, 1994|
|Written by||Gary H. Miller|
|Directed by||Shelley Jensen|
Grumpy Young Men
When Will and Carlton invite Jazz over to play poker, they decide it is time for a bit of revenge that is long since overdue. They attempt to distract him from his game, by telling him a phony story of how Will was the main witness to a murder, and how this resulted in himself and the entire Banks family being forced into the witness protection program in Alabama.
Will and Carlton realize that Jazz has been cheating in poker (though he credits his success to his extreme focus) so they distract him by telling a phony story. Back in Philadelphia, Will witnesses his boss Duke being murdered by a hitman named O'Neill who escapes from jail. The family is relocated to Deliverance, Alabama as part of the witness protection program. O'Neill tracks them down from a letter he found from Hilary while Will attempts to use his own connection with the McCoy family as backup to confront O'Neill since Will is engaged to Hatfield McCoy's daughter. When O'Neill arrives, Will finds out he's on his own and O'Neill lunges at him, abruptly ending the story. Will and Carlton admit the story was fake in order to hustle Jazz, who leaves in anger while Will and Carlton revel in their success.
Later that night, Will is visited by O'Neill at the pool house, who sends him away screaming and frightened though this is revealed to be Jazz in a costume who wanted revenge for being hustled.
- When Will finds the dead body of Duke, he has his chef's hat on, but in the shot when Will starts bawling, he is shown without his hat.