Bill Cosby is "Far From Finished." In his first special in thirty years, he leaves the audience asking, "How did he get inside our house?" Whether he's talking about friendship, love or ...
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Based on his podcast, comedian and former Saturday Night Live (1975) alumni Norm Macdonald and his sidekick Adam Egret sit down and chat with celebrity guests about their life, career and views in a somewhat unconventional and often irreverent way.
Bill Cosby is "Far From Finished." In his first special in thirty years, he leaves the audience asking, "How did he get inside our house?" Whether he's talking about friendship, love or marriage, the result is people laughing so hard their faces hurt.Written by
This is Cosby at his best. Those saying this is a departure from his other stuff must not remember his other stuff.
Saying people will be offended by this is not knowing his other material. In "Bill Cosby: Himself", he "accuses" both his wife and his parents of abuse, his dad of loving his son more than his daughters, a wife of husband abuse in full view of an airplane full of passengers, pretty much everyone is an alcoholic/drug user, etc.
You can't believe Cosby has no respect for his wife of 48 years or his kids, or a lady at the security company.
If you want to laugh, watch this show. If you want a tear in your eye, read the shirt he puts on the back of his chair.
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