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‘Bel-Air’ Season 2 Episode 3 Recap

by Black America Web

After the first two episodes of season two of Bel-Air painted Will (Jabari Banks) as a cocky and self-centered kid who didn’t care about anything but himself, we got to see another side of him in Episode 3, which was titled ‘Compromise.’ The episode begins with us finding out that Bel-Air Academy is one win away from going to the state tournament. Their coach empshasizes that they need to be win as a team and be united. This leads to a conversation between Will and Tyler (Charlie Hall), in which Will vows to be a team player. Ms. Bassin (Shelley Robertson) pulls Carlton (Olly Sholotan) to the side to alert him that his name has been brought up as a candidate for the Founders Award. She shares this information with him in hopes that he will shut down the protest. The reason the protest was even started was because Ms. Hughes was seemingly unjustly fired. Ashley (Akira Akbar) starts to feel like it’s her fault, but Aunt Vivian (Cassandra Freeman) reassures her it isn’t and tells her that the protest should help her feel better.

Will, Carlton and Ashley host an organizing event at their house. Will looks at it as a great way for Carlton to get closer to Yazmin (Riele Downs). As he’s doing so, Uncle Phil (Adrian Holmes) pulls Will aside and asks that he looks out for Carlton now that he has had his medication reduced. Will obliges and then asks his Uncle about Doc and if he’s found out anything about him. Phil responds by warning Will that he doesn’t feel right about him and that he should be cautious with who he is listening to. Carlton’s alone time with Yazmin was interrupted by Hilary (Coco Jones) accidentally interrupting. Before the almost kiss, Carlton and Yazmin wrote and practiced a speech that Carlton would give at the protest. Before they head to school the next day, Ashley tells Will and Carlton that an email has been stating that anyone who participates in the protest will be suspended and won’t be able to partake in any…

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