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Don't expect Judd Apatow to back down on his criticism of Bill Cosby anytime soon.

The Trainwreck director delivered a stand-up set on The Tonight Show Monday, during which he did a pitch-perfect impression of Cosby.

After expressing disbelief that Cosby is still performing stand-up shows while facingaccusations of sexual assault from nearly 50 women, Apatow noted, "What do you think his act is like? ... Do you think he says, like, 'You ever been in trouble with the wife?'"

Apatow went on to reenact an imagined conversation between Cosby and his wife Camille (who reportedly believes that all the women consented to taking drugs and having sex with her husband). "She said to me, 'What is this in the paper about the raping and the drugging and the women?'" Apatow said, imitating Bill Cosby. "And I said, "Do you like your life? Do you like the house and the jet? Well, then, have a cappuccino and shut the floik up."

Check out Apatow's bit here: