Imagine you’re locked up in a prison so bad they don’t even keep it in the continental United States. Are you going to read a book or veg out with some TV? The Miami Herald reports that the prisoners at Guantanamo Bay have chosen The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as their most popular form of entertainment, surpassing the Harry Potter novels. According to a Defense Department contractor, the prison has ordered all six seasons of the show as a way to mollify tensions between captives and guards. It’s still fairly dire that most of Guantanamo’s prisoners are languishing in captivity, waiting for a trial that will never come to pass until the president figures out what he’s going to do about that long-promised prison shutdown. But I guess there are worse ways to pass the time than by catching up with Will, Uncle Phil, and the whole gang — and worse ways to ingratiate oneself into American culture. Learning how to recite the theme song from memory — that’s an argument for release, no?