On your television screen, the family of Heathcliff and Claire Huxtable represented a shining beacon of Black excellence.
While he was less predatory than his real-life counterpart, the fictional Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable constantly stayed around dimes.
Cosby Show actor and 90s posterchild for Black Brooks Brothers everywhere, Joseph C. Phillips is stepping out in front of all his former co-stars and proclaiming that Bill Cosby is indeed guilty as accused.
“Forget the women,” a statement stern in purpose, is what famed actress Phylicia Rashad reportedly said when she broke silence about alleged sexual deviant Bill Cosby’s growing number of accusers — sparking plenty backlash in the process. However, The Cosby Show star claims that she was misquoted.
Phylicia Rashad has just added herself to the relatively small, but poignaint list of famous people who have stood by Bill Cosby’s side in the wake of one of the most smearing sexual allegations scandal to ever strike down a celebrity.
Although Bill Cosby is currently public enemy #1 in America, two Black television stations have no plans to follow the path of TV Land, NBC and Netflix and separate their programming from anything associated with the embattled entertainment icon.
In a span of 24 hours, Bill Cosby has managed to complete a hat trick worth a million points on the struggle scoreboard. After being dropped from Netflix and NBC, TV Land is also cleansing their operation of The Cosby Show, amid the onslaught of rape allegations that have been tough to ignore.
Get ready to feel really, really old. Bill Cosby and Tempestt Bledsoe from the classic The Cosby Show reunited last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.