College-bound Will and Carlton settle into their new L.A. party pad, to which Carlton brings the woman of his dreams -- Jackie. Unfortunately, it is also soon overrun with partygoers.
Will brings Carlton shocking news that Jackie is an old friend of his from Philly; the two guys get evicted from their apartment; and Hilary asks for a special proposal from Trevor and gets it.
Registration day finds Will signing up for no-brainer classes, plus one that might truly challenge him a philosophy course he takes to meet a girl.
Stuck with caring for Nicky for the day, Will soon discovers the benefits of baby-sitting: he's suddenly a big man on campus with the women so long as he poses as a single dad. .
After Will's friends guys rib Carlton about being a virgin, Miss Right (Belcon) appears and sweeps Carlton off his feet. Elsewhere, Geoffrey confesses a secret of his own.
Philip sues Will and Carlton for rent. They all go to court to sort this out but who is telling the truth? The judge questions Philip as to why he took his family to court.
Hilary summons an outrageous TV psychic and spirit channeler who arranges a séance to communicate with the dead and enable Hilary to get over Trevor once and for all -- and hexes a disbelieving Will.
Will and Carlton try to get accepted into an African-American fraternity. Will proves to be just what they want in a pledge, but one of the brothers sees Carlton as a prep-school, Bel Air-bred sellout.
Philip isn't allowed greasy food. his heart won't take it. Will sneaks Philip food. At what cost does this have? Will anybody find out?
On academic probation, Will schemes to improve his grades by fixing up a newly divorced English professor with Hilary, who soon finds fault with the man, further jeopardizing Will's academic future.
Will uses booze to prove his manliness while competing with a hulking football hero who wants to score points with Jackie, and his fraternity brothers leave drunken Will in a cemetery, where he is haunted. Meanwhile, Ashley learns that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Vivian promises god-motherhood of her child to both of her sisters, while Will hatches a harebrained scheme to get Boyz II Men to perform at baby Nicky's christening.
Will pays for putting off studying for a midterm until the last minute, and Ashley pays for staying out late on her first date. Do they both loose at their ventures?
Business drops off at the Peacock Stop when Carlton takes over as manager; elsewhere, an I Hate Hilary newsletter precipitates stormy weather.
Will and Jazz steal a statue from a rival school, whose team retaliates by kidnapping ULA's lucky charm Carlton, the strutting peacock mascot.
Will becomes a jet-setter while dating a pop star. A birthday party is planned, Does he make it home in time to celebrate?
A Valentine's double date finds Will treating Ashley like a kid and Ashley is demanding r-e-s-p-e-c-t. Does Will act more like a father then a cousin?
A car dealer hires Will, then persuades him to drop out of college when he does really well at selling. Will is set to do the car selling but that is no uncle Phil's idea.
Philip foots the bill when Jazz decides to marry a jailbird. Unsure of her qualifications as to be Jazz's wife she moves in on Will.
Lisa's overprotective dad takes Will flying to scare him out of getting too serious with his daughter. Will loves her. Will dad be able to scare him?
It's double trouble for Will when Philip's old flame visits with her daughter, who's attracted to Will. Does Will act and react on her advances?
Newlyweds Jazz and Jewel try to start a family, but it turns out they're going to need a little help from Will. Will is not sure if wants to help or not. Phil urges the kids to give Vivian thoughtful Mother's Day gifts.
Will's long-lost father, Lou, breezes into town and promises Will the moon, which angers Phil and Vivian, who give him the cold shoulder for walking out on Will and Vy. When Will was 4 years old, his father went to get a pack of cigarettes and never came back. Years later he became a trucker, but Will was going to college by then. When his father abandons him a second time, Will accepts the fact that Uncle Phil is the closest thing to a father that he has ever had.
Donald Trump makes a generous offer for the Banks estate, which prompts the family to reminisce about their good times there.
Will returns to the City of Brotherly Love and discovers he's the butt of old friends' jokes, prompting him to go into training to settle an old score and clear his reputation as a chicken. Does the boy/man even remember Will?