We’re back today with another popular season article. The fourth episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air will be discussed below that is Bel-Air Episode 4. In the fourth episode of “Bel-Air,” titled “Canvas,” the characters agree to work together for mutual benefit in the fourth episode of ‘Bel-Air,’ titled ‘Canvas.’ Phil’s (Adrian Holmes) campaign has finally kicked off. Viv (Cassandra Freeman) reflects on her past and considers resuming her painting career. For the first time, Jazz (Jordan L. Jones) and Hilary (Coco Jones) meet. Gregory (Jimmy Akingbola) in ‘Bel-Air’ is revealed to be nothing like the beloved butler from the original series. Here’s everything dealt with in detail you need to know about the fourth episode of ‘Bel-Air.’
Bel-Air Episode 4 Recap
Since Will’s fantastic performance at the basketball game and Carlton’s anxiety attack, it appears that at least a week has passed. Carlton appears to be on the mend now. He strikes a deal with his father: if he and Will can register 50 voters, Phil will take him to the Monaco Grand Prix. Will and Tray’s relationship has improved dramatically since the previous episode. Tray informs Will that Rashaad has discovered his location. Will is worried because Uncle Phil isn’t at home, so he goes to Gregory, who assures him that he’ll take care of it. Will learns of Carlton’s plans from Hilary and strikes a deal with Viv: if he and Carlton succeed, Will can invite Tray to L.A.
While the group of boys goes door to door trying to persuade people to register to vote, Hilary and Ashley go to local businesses and ask if they will display Phil’s campaign signs in their windows. They run into Jazz, the owner of the record store, at a record store. Although Hilary and Jazz have met before, this is their first official meeting. Hilary notices that neither Jazz nor the store have a presence on social media and decides to change that. Hilary’s feud with her mother rages on as the younger woman tries to assert her independence in front of her overbearing mother. She submits her application to a number of influencer houses but receives rejection after rejection. When she is finally accepted into Crib of Influence, an influencer house, she is ecstatic because she can finally move out. When Viv learns about the plan, however, she is terrified.
Ashley has been caught sneaking out of her house to play online games with her friends. The show also makes hints that she might be interested in one of the other girls in the group. Meanwhile, as Carlton and Will go from house to house trying to persuade voters to register, they realize it won’t be as simple as they thought. Carlton’s logical approach fails because voters clearly do not consider Phillip Banks, who is wealthy and powerful, to be one of them. Will, as usual, has a brilliant idea. He invites all of the potential voters to a meet-up with Phil at the skating rink. Will opens it up to the public, despite the fact that it was supposed to be a private fundraiser.
Phil, who was initially skeptical, warms up to the idea as his son and nephew work together to persuade him. It also works. His supporters learn that he wants to cut police funding and prevent prosecutors from seeking sentencing enhancements for first-time offenders. These policies appear to be gaining him support among his supporters. Both boys get what they want because they are successful in convincing voters to register.
Bel-Air Episode 4 Ending: Who Killed Rashaad?
Rashaad is a West Philly drug dealer. Will had to leave his hometown and move to Los Angeles to live with his maternal aunt and her family because of him. Rashaad gets to know where Will is from a video clip of the latter’s first basketball game near the end of episode 3. Will goes to Gregory after learning from Tray that Rashaad knows his whereabouts. Gregory assures him that everything is under control and that he should not worry about his uncle and aunt.
Gregory appears to have ties to the underworld in Los Angeles, and he and his associates have already paid Rashaad $10,000 to appease him. Rashaad now wants more money because that didn’t work. As a result, he resolves to deal with the problem permanently. Rashaad was cruelly shot dead at a strip club, as Will learns later from Tray. When Gregory tells his associate that he won’t be paying Rashaad any longer, he basically tells him to handle the situation by killing the drug dealer. Now that Rashaad is no longer present, Will and Tray can resume their normal lives. Will, on the other hand, is likely to have some inkling as to who Gregory is.
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