|P.S. I Love You|
|Airdate||October 24, 1992|
|Written by||Linda M. Yearwood|
|Directed by||Shelley Jensen|
Mama's Baby, Carlton's Maybe
Here Comes the Judge
Will becomes the "love slave" of a flamboyant generous plain student named Lindsey. Will accepts many expensive gifts off her including tickets to the Los Angeles Lakers game, a Harley Davidson and a jacket emblazoned with a motif of his hero Malcolm X. In the end she reveals actually she does not even like him and she was doing this for his attention for her own gains regarding image, because he was captain of basketball and lots of other girls do like him.
Meanwhile, Phillip announces his plans to run for judge against his former mentor Carl Robertson, who he views as being incompenent. Upon telling Phillip he will be running against him, Carl is angry and tells Phillip he doesn't know the first thing about politics and that he is now facing a worthy opponent.
- Fourth Wall Break: After accepting a motorcycle, helmet and a motorcycle jacket with Malcolm X on it instead of confessing the truth to Lindsey, he turns to face the camera and says "Like you wouldn't take it."
- After dinner with Carl Robertson, Will asks Vivian why he kept referring to her as Weezie. This is a reference to the nickname of Louis Jefferson, the wife of George Jefferson, who is a character from All in the Family/The Jeffersons played by Carl's actor Sherman Hemsley.
- Carl refers to Geoffrey as Benson, the title character from the ABC sitcom Benson who was also a butler similar to Geoffrey.