In recent interview to promote his new show ‘Spell-Mageddon,’ the actor we all remember as Carlton Banks spoke to an interviewer about “the curse,” also, the origin of and why he retired the Carlton Dance. Check it out after the jump.

When asked of the last time he had done the dance (before recently, in London), Ribeiro responded, “I get asked to do it at different promotional appearances. So I’m sure it wasn’t that long ago, but it’s been a while. But I get asked literally every day of my life.” Further stating, “[It’s] the worst is when you’re at a urinal and someone taps you on the shoulder and asks you to dance. It is a wonderful curse. I’ll say it like that. It’s wonderful that people remember me in that way from something I did so long ago, but at the same time, the idea of being constantly asked to dance for them is certainly not fun.”

Jamaal Fisher
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