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‘Bel-Air’ Season 2 Episode 1 Recap

by Black America Web

When the first season of Peacock‘s hit series Bel-Air ended, the Banks family was in a state of turmoil. Will (Jabari Banks) found out that his mother Vy (April Parker Jones), Aunt Vivian (Cassandra Freeman) and Uncle Phil (Adrian Holmes) had been lying to him about his father Lou (Marlon Wayans) being locked up. The realization caused Will to abruptly leave the Banks residence in hopes of figuring things out on his own.

Season two picks up two weeks after the spicy events of season one’s finale. Still not seeing eye to eye with Uncle Phil, Will has been living in South Los Angeles with Jazz (Jordan L. Jones), where he says he feels right at home. We find out that Will has seemingly reverted back to his street ways. He reveals to Carlton (Olly Sholotan) that he’s been making money by playing pickup basketball games. Will also shares that everything he is doing is all apart of his plan. He lets his cousin know that there’s a big time scout named Doc (Brooklyn McLinn) that helps a lot of kids get to D1 schools and even the pros. When Carlton suggests that Will let Uncle Phil help him, Will declines, claiming that he has to do this without him.

It’s refreshing to see that Carlton and Will’s relationship is thriving. It’s especially good to see considering the fact that after Carlton broke his arm, Connor (Tyler Barnhardt) turned the whole lacrosse team against him. Will takes Carlton to a Black Student Union, primarily to get him some brownie points with the group’s President Yazmin (Riele Downs), who has mutual interest in Carlton. A student calls Carlton out for not attending any BSU meetings after they played a major part in him getting voted as class President. Carlton expresses how he felt that they did more complaining than actively trying to come up with solutions. His opinion was received well and Yazmin invited him to come and share his suggestions at the next meeting.

Elsewhere, the rest of the Banks family also had their…

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