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The Cosby Show is arguably the best television show of all-time appearing on NBC from 1984 to 1992 and holding TV's #1 slot for a record 5 consecutive years (1985 to 1990). The Huxtables re-defined the perception of the African-American family by depicting a happily-married, dual-profession couple that successfully raised their children in an uplifting, positive environment.
The Best of The Cosby Show contains 10 classic episodes of the legendary series as they appeared on network television. For the first time ever, the Huxtable magic that spanned 8 seasons can be captured on one disc. This is a must-have for all television lovers.
Contains all my favorite shows except Cliffs dream with the Muppets,The price is a little high because I see it at Walmart in the $5 bin, But if you have no walmart its a good... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Luigi fan
A birthday present for my son who is a huge Bill Cosby fan. I wish there were more Bill Cosby videos.Published 12 months ago by Sharon K. Schulling
I absolutely LOVE The Cosby Show and although I havent bought the complete set yet...this was just what I needed!! I cant stop watching it!!Published 15 months ago by Christina
I have enjoyed sharing these with my kids. Cosby is timeless, uplifting, and a positive family roll model sadly lacking in todays television.Published 16 months ago by BKS
what can you say?? It's Cosby!! You know that whatever he does it is going to be good. My kids loved watching him as they were growing up. He's a big kid himself!!Published 16 months ago by Char58
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According to the listing on Amazon's Canadian site, the 10 episodes are as follows: A Shirt Story, Happy Anniversary, Theo's Holiday, Say Hello to a Good Buy, I Know That You Know, Call of the Wild, Together Again and Again, Move It (AKA The Baby Game), Denise: The Saga Continues, Isn't It... Read More
Sep 24, 2007 by Rob Broder | See all 4 posts