The Cosby Show (1984–1992)
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And So, We Commence 

Theo graduates from college, and Cliff thinks back to an earlier time at the ceremony; the series end with Cliff and Claire dancing away off the studio.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Clair Huxtable
Sondra Huxtable Tibideaux
Elvin Tibideaux
Vanessa Huxtable
Rudy Huxtable
Olivia Kendall
Pam Tucker
Russell Huxtable
William Thomas Jr. ...
Dabnis Brickey
Ethel Ayler ...
Carrie Hanks
Al Hanks


Theo graduates from college, and Cliff thinks back to an earlier time at the ceremony; the series end with Cliff and Claire dancing away off the studio.

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Comedy | Family | Romance






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30 April 1992 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The last show of the series. See more »


In the NBC broadcast, and also retained in the DVD version, a montage of clips and newspaper articles paying tribute to the show are presented, but many of the newspaper headlines are accompanied by the same article - which has nothing to do with the show. See more »


Kenny: [touches the door bell] Dang! Your father still working on the door bell, huh?
Theo: Yes, I guess he is. Come in, Kenny.
Kenny: [gives him a present] Happy graduation.
Theo: What is it?
Kenny: Open it.
Theo: [sits down on the sofa and opens it] Kenny, these are tube socks. They come in six pairs.
Kenny: Actually, five.
[shows his sox]
Kenny: I'll go get some tape to fix that door bell. We don't want our guests getting possessed. Walks out the door and closes it behind him.
Theo: Okay.
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Referenced in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.101 (2009) See more »

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The end of an era
22 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

I grew up watching the Cosby Show, and now I catch it in syndication every chance I get. I think it was the last wholesome family sitcom ever on television, and it's a shame we'll never have another one like it. This show basically ruled 1980s television, and kept a place among the top shows into the early 90s. Sure it had its ups and downs, but all in all it was a great show for the whole family to gather round the television and watch.

With the closing credits, as the Huxtables dance their way off the set, take a good look at all of the cast standing behind the cameras. Look at the studio audience giving them a standing ovation. The Cosby Show brought black actors into mainstream television, and the world is a better place for it. Thanks for the memories, Huxtables!

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