Friday marks 30 years since the American sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” debuted, and Google’s search site is celebrating the occasion with an interactive Easter Egg.
If you go to Google.com on September 10 and search for “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” you’ll get what appears to be ordinary search results. However, hidden on the right side of the screen is a toggle in the form of a “FRESH” license plate that transforms the website into a webpage inspired by the 90s.
Click the picture of a familiar California plate and your search results will be “flipped-turned upside down” with links that reference iconic moments and jokes from the show.
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If you click or tap “How to greet someone in Bel-Air,” an animated set of hands will perform a special handshake often performed by actors Will Smith and Jeffrey A. Townes on the show.
Tapping the link to Carlton Dance Academy will set off a clip of Alfonso Ribeiro doing the “Carlton dance.”
To close out of the Fresh Prince-inspired web experience, just click the search bar again, and a special surprise will take you back to your original search results.
The Google search update comes days after Smith announced that Peacock picked up two new seasons of the show. The actor will serve as an executive producer of the modern-day reboot, but hasn’t said whether he would appear on the series, nor did it provide an expected release date.
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