Cliff and Clair discover that their widower friend's new girlfriend is young enough to be his daughter.
Cliff has an opportunity to avenge the only track-team defeat of his college career... if he can whip himself into shape in time for the race.
Clair represents Sondra in a lawsuit against a crooked auto mechanic; while she immerses herself in the trial, the family must suffer through Cliff's cooking.
Vanessa faces stiff competition in the school science fair, leading her to doubt her scholastic abilities.
Father and son have a tete-a-tete about money, college, working, an apartment, eating, and a girlfriend.
Bill Cosby was the quintessential American Dad in his 1980s hit TV show.
Rudy learns a sweatshirt was not worth the trouble. Lights and all.
Can I Say Something Please?
Cliff dances to breakfast music.
Cliff and Clair disagree on the smoothness of his dance moves.
The whole Huxtable family pulls out all the stops for an ensemble performance.
Will Rudy's ears really stop her from a social commitment?
On September 26, 1985, The Cosby Show hot the airwaves to launch the second season. Primed to take over the #1 slot on television, the Huxtables rejuvenated the prime-time lineup for NBC.
On the program, Cosby played Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable, who along with his wife Claire, an attorney, struggled to balance the challenges of their successful careers with the demands of their five children.
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