Bel-Air Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: Will’s (Jabari Banks), Doc’s (Brooklyn McLinn), and Phil’s (Adrian Holmes) stories were set up in the first two episodes of Season 2 of Bel-Air. I think these stories will soon come to a head. Will is trying to get to the next level. Will Uncle Phil stand in his way to protect him, or will Doc get in Will’s head and make him fight with Phil?
Bel-Air Season 2 Episode 3 recap
Bel-Air Academy needs one more win to make the playoffs, and Coach tells them they need to win as a team. Then, Will calls Todd out for not being his wingman, but Will apologises and says he will put the team ahead of himself. Next, we see the teacher who was worried about Carlton and his team’s protest, but he questions her to find out if she had any other reasons. But she says that Carlton’s name was brought up for the Founders Award. She tells him that she needs him to end the demonstration.
Ashley is a little upset because she thinks it’s her fault that Ms. Hughes was fired. Vivian tells her that the protest should help her feel better about what’s going on. Will is trying to get Carlton interested enough in Yazmin to talk to her. Then, Phil pulls Will aside and tells him to watch out for Carlton now that he is getting less and less of his medicine.
Will then talks to Phil about Doc and asks him if he has looked into everything about him. Phil tells him to be careful around Doc and that he isn’t where he says he is. Carlton and Yazmin are writing his speech together while this is going on. When the two are about to kiss, Hilary interrupts them by mistake.
Even though her meeting with the advertiser goes well, Hilary realises that the advertiser wants Ivy because of her social media reach. So Hilary goes to talk about her business meeting with Ivy. She pushes her away, saying she’ll see her later. Later that day, Ivy gets to the meeting late and tells Hilary that she won’t support the brand. Ivy stops everything, which is sad.
How does the school react to the potential protest?
An email at school says that anyone who joins the walkout will be suspended and won’t be able to do any activities outside of school. Regardless of this happening, everyone still is in to protest, and Carlton is struggling with everything due to Ms. Bassett putting doubts and big dreams in his head.
Everyone agrees they should protest, but Yazmin and Carlton have to see the Dean. The meeting goes well, but in the end, they agree to be quiet, which makes Will sad. Finally, Yazmin and Will tell Carlton they will do it anyway, and now he is freaking out again.
Why is Carlton unable to do the speech at the protest?
Carlton is the first person to lead the walkout. But when the school takes the banners outside, things start to get a little crazy, and everyone starts to push Carlton to give his speech. As the pressure starts to mount, Carlton has an anxiety attack and is unable to give the speech. Will finally comes to calm him down and tells him he got him.
Bel-Air Season 2 Episode 3 Ending Explained
As Carlton’s worry gets the best of him, Will steals the signs from the school worker and runs up to the roof. Carlton and Yazmin look at each other while this is going on, and you can see the sadness in her eyes.
As people start to go back into the school because they think the protest is over, Kirk points out that Will is at the top of the school. Will takes down the big sign that says “Black Teachers Matter” from the roof. “Black Teacher Matter” is chanted by everyone in the school, including Ashley, who is watching a live feed of the protest on her phone. At the end of the episode, Carlton looks sad as Will gets all the attention.
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