Some members from the cast of The Cosby Show were on the Today show this morning to reminisce. The show debuted on September 20, 1984 and ended on April 30, 1992, so I’m not completely clear on how today is the “25th anniversary,” but I’ll go with it. Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, Earle Hyman, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Geoffrey Owens, Keshia Knight Pulliam, and Raven Symone were all on hand to weigh in on the show’s legacy. Parts one and two of the interview are pretty benign (except for when Rashad has to remind Matt Lauer that “an African-American family is an American family”), but things get going in part three:
I watched several episodes of The Cosby Show recently, and I have to say: It stands up shockingly well.
Everyone still loves The Cosby Show, right PopWatchers?