The Fresh Prince of Bel Air – A Review

Hey guys!
I recently saw that Netflix has all season of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air. So, in an attempt at nostalgia and conjuring feelings from my childhood, I started binging!

The Plot (as found on Rotten Tomatoes):

Will moves from the tough streets of West Philly to posh Bel-Air to live with his Uncle Philip, Aunt Vivian, his cousins spoiled Hilary, preppy Carlton and young Ashley and their sophisticated British butler, Geoffrey.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air on Rotten Tomatoes

The Rating:

It was a little weird to rewatch this. There were bits I remembered vividly but other parts I had no memory of at all.

Additionally, a good number of parts are rather outdated now and made me cringe. However, every time I was just about done with Will and his antics, they dropped an episode that hit me hard and I kept going.

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TV Show Spotlight: 2 Broke Girls

Hello folks!
Today I have one of my current comedy favourites for you: 2 Broke Girls. It’s been running for 6 six seasons so far and there is no end in sight!


What is it about?
Caroline Channing’s life is shattered. She grew up as the daughter of a billionaire but now her father is in jail, all the money is gone and she is stranded and basically homeless. However, things turn around when she meets Max, a tough girl working at a diner. Soon the two very different women share the same dream: Opening up their own Cupcake business. Continue reading

TV Show Spotlight: Blackadder

Hello my lovely readers!
Today I want to share a real gem with you.
I only discovered Black Adder rather recently myself but so far I haven’t encountered any show that can get even close to it. Black Adder is the most hilarious show ever!
By the way, I’d also like to introduce a new type of post, the Spotlight. Apart from my regular reviews on Books, Movies, etc. I will bring up a few things that are so dope, you simply have to check them out. So let’s get started with my first Spotlight-post!


What is it about?
This show was created by Rowan Atkinson (Yes, Mr. Bean) and Richard Curtis, it aired from 1983 to 1989 on BBC1. There are 4 seasons with a total of 24 episodes (+ a bunch of one-off installments).
The basic concept is a story around Edmund Blackadder, a complete anti-hero. Each season is set in a different historical period and tells of Blackadder’s misfortunes. Continue reading