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'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' Gets A Second Life On Twitter

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What if the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" had never gone off the air and continued on in an era of cell phones, internet memes and celebrity sex tapes?

Thanks to Twitter, that show does exist on @FreshPrinceNow. The twitter feed follows in the footsteps of the pitch-perfect @ModernSeinfeld, which imagines the show about nothing discussing the meaning behind the minutiae of everyday life. The "Fresh Prince" twitter feed just started tweeting yesterday but it already has 7,000 followers.

Here are some of its initial tech-heavy sitcom premises:

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