The Cosby Show: Season 4, Episode 5

Shakespeare (22 Oct. 1987)

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Theo & Walter are studying Shakespeare for school but are not enthused. Cliff decides to have barbecue for dinner and invites family and friends. When Russell hears about the Shakespeare situation, he and his friend read part a play.

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Theo & Walter are studying Shakespeare for school but are not enthused. Cliff decides to have barbecue for dinner and invites family and friends. When Russell hears about the Shakespeare situation, he and his friend read part a play.

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Written by Matt Robinson
Performed by Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Carl Anthony Payne II
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