It was the hit US sitcom which launched Will Smith's acting career and left us reciting the catchy opening credits for years after.
Over 15 years since The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air left our screens, the cast have treated the show's fans to a dose of nostalgia by posting a photo of a recent reunion.
Smith posted the picture on his Facebook page, with the caption, "There's nothin' like spending Holidays with fam."
It shows Smith, now 43, who played the Fresh Prince, with other members of the fictitious Banks family, including James Avery, who played Uncle Phil, and Karyn Parsons, better known as high-maintenance cousin Hillary.
Also in the shot are Alfonso Riberio, who played the pompous but hapless Carlton and Tatyana Ali, who was Will's youngest cousin in the show, Ashley.
The photo was reportedly taken last week at a fundraiser lunch for a charity set up by Parsons.
But it was not a full reunion of the cast, with Daphne Reid and Janet Hubert, who played Vivian Banks and wisecracking butler Geoffrey, both absent from the get together.
The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air ran from 1990 to 1996, showing 148 episodes.
It was broadcast around the world, including in the US, Canada, the UK and Spain.