Today on C-SPAN: ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ weighs in on Iran

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In today’s edition of “we watched C-SPAN so you don’t have to,” we bring you a segment from Washington Journal, where the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” called in during a segment on Iran nuclear negotiations.

Things started to derail quickly once “Jack Strickland” from Bel-Air got on the air. Strickland said he was from West Philadelphia.

And by now, everyone should have known where this was headed.

“I was actually discussing this issue with a friend of mine when I was in Philly, it occurred on a basketball court,” Strickland said. “At some point during the conversation, a couple of guys who were up to no good essentially started causing trouble in my neighborhood.

“I got in one little fight and my mom got scared, and said ‘You’re moving in with your Auntie and Uncle in Bel-Air,’” he said, before being cut off.

Not as good as the time Joy Woodhouse called in to scold her bickering sons live on the air, but this one is still pretty great.

Our initial reaction to this prank was something like this:

But then after listening to it again, we’re impressed the caller was able to get so far into it before being cut off.

So our reaction changed to this:

And because we know you want it, here’s the original theme song.

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