Peacock Bel-Air dropped on the streaming service yesterday, February 13th. I will have a review of the series coming soon, so make sure to stop back by to check it out. It will be linked down below. In the meantime, I wanted to share a list of some of the best quotes from the show. Check out this list of the best Peacock Bel-Air quotes.
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Peacock BEL-AIR Quotes
Good win, y’all. Game ball goes to Will. Way to bring it home, young boy.
I love my hood. Philly’s my home.
Your crown is waiting as soon as you find the courage to wear it.
That scholarship don’t mean sh*t if I don’t have the respect in my hood.
Proving is what I do.
You was never as good as me.
You better use it. Cause if you don’t, I’m gonna smoke your dumb a**.
You know them tears ain’t gonna save you, right?
They are not gonna let that go. And I’m not gonna bury my son.
This town will try to make you forget who you are and where you came from. Don’t let it do that.
In Compton, we call this sh*t a come-up.
You did not tell me that your family was white.
I got some rich-a** relatives.
You know, I got into one little fight, my mom got scared…
Casa La Banks is a little boojie, but you will get used to it.
Your nephew’s got some swagger, Phil.
What the hell is this Jackie Chan, Splinter Cell sh*t?
You care if you live or die?
Think about where you woke up yesterday. Now take a look around you and tell me where you’d rather be.
You shined bright in Philly. But you’ll shine just as bright in Bel-Air.
You really gonna cosign his bullsh*t?
Let me do my drugs in peace, dude.
You start a fight, you don’t get to complain on how it ends.
You can’t rise if all you do is play white.
It’s a new day; make the most of it.
Let’s see how far your ghetto code gets you at my school.
Look around. These are my people.
Nobody gets through life without having to compromise a little.
I’ve seen him in his unguarded moments, looking around, checking to see if he’s doing the right thing. Little man’s trying, Phil. You need to meet Will where he is.
To me, the system isn’t broken. The system is doing exactly what it’s designed to do.
You must be the first inner-city black kid to use basketball to earn his place in school.
If I’m lying, I’m flying. No cap.
Y’all really are still moving mountains for me.
Nostalgia is a hell of a drug.
Why are you trying to control my narrative?
These young cats don’t know the sacrifice it takes to be great.
If they won’t leave the nest, you’ve got to shove them out.
I’m sorry that I don’t feel sorry.
Your daughter is burning bridges that you’ve spent years building.
You want me to apologize for being successful?
I’d happily endorse Brother Yamacraw if he was running. Probably is, I’m stuck with Brother Bel-Air.
I said, ohh, it’s cold in here, there must be some Alpha’s in the atmosphere. I said ice, ice, ice, too cold. I said ice, ice, ice, that black and gold.
That’s the brother we’ve been missing.
Christmas done past, girl.
I am loving this beautiful, black male energy.
I think your nephew might have helped me win this election.
You go on out there and make your own mark.
I would pay to see you in a leotard.
Why should his goals crowd out mine?
I served ten years on them keys. You sound way better than me.
Just keep searching for the people who are going to champion you like you deserve.
It’s like I’m poor. I don’t think I’m cut out for it.
It’s a shame how our fortunes diverge from those we love.
It’s actually a good thing that Philip Banks is rich. That means he can’t be bought off with special interest groups.
I don’t gotta vote for none of them slave over-seers in suits.
Now I don’t have to call you the honey in the poolhouse anymore.
People know when they’re being politicianed.
At the end of all of this, you still gotta be you.
There are unsavories out there that want nothing more than to use you to extort money from your mom and dad.
My dad’s not worth talking about.
The DA shouldn’t be working for them, they should be working for the people.
Nothing is free.