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Bill Cosby Accuser: He Met My Parents, Then Pressured Me for Sex

Florida Woman: Bill Cosby Told My Parents He'd Take Care of Me, Then Pressured Me for a Sex Act

Originally posted 11/25/2014 08:30AM

Bill Cosby's assurances to the parents of an aspiring 17-year-old model from Maryland paved the way for her to move to New York City in 1988.

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Bill Cosby's Longtime Producers: Sexual Assault Allegations Are 'Beyond Our Comprehension'

Bill Cosby's Longtime Producers: Sexual Assault Allegations Are 'Beyond Our Comprehension'

Originally posted 11/20/2014 07:20PM

The producing duo behind two of Bill Cosby's most successful sitcoms are speaking about the comedian, who continues to be dogged by accusations that he drugged and assaulted women early in his career.

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Another Bill Cosby Accuser Drops Anonymity, Talks to PEOPLE

Therese Serignese Accuses Bill Cosby of Sexually Assaulting Her

Originally posted 11/20/2014 08:40AM

Another woman is adding her face and name to the list of those who allege they suffered sexual assault at the hands of Bill Cosby.

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Cosby Show Star Raven-Symoné Says She 'Wasn't Taken Advantage of' by Bill Cosby | Bill Cosby, Raven-Symone

Cosby Show Star Raven-Symoné Says She 'Wasn't Taken Advantage of' by Bill Cosby

Originally posted 11/19/2014 10:15PM

At least one of Bill Cosby's former cast members on The Cosby Show has come to the defense of the 77-year-old comedian in light of allegations that he sexually assaulted women during the height of his stardom.

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Spooky Sitcoms: 9 Classic Halloween-Inspired TV Episodes

Spooky Sitcoms: 9 Times Classic Shows Got Creepy, Scary or Downright Weird

Originally posted 10/24/2014 09:15AM

Sitcoms have given us so much – laughs, convoluted misunderstandings and even life lessons. But on occasion, they also broke from the typical formula and gave us a few scares. Sometimes they did it to celebrate Halloween. Sometimes they just did it to freak out children in the audience who might not be in on the joke.

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15 TV Kitchens We'd Love to Cook In | Friends

15 TV Kitchens We'd Love to Cook In

Originally posted 06/18/2014 03:00PM

But only if we get to hang out with the Huxtables, the Keatons, the Simpsons and more!

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Bill Cosby to Make TV Comeback in NBC Comedy – Will You Watch?

Bill Cosby to Make TV Comeback in NBC Family Comedy – Will You Watch?

Originally posted 01/22/2014 04:15PM

Bill Cosby is returning to TV in a new family comedy for NBC.

The beloved star, who played sweater-clad Cliff Huxtable on The Cosby Show, has signed a deal to develop and star in a new half-hour sitcom that is being produced by Tom Werner, whose company produced the '80s hit, Deadline reports.

The 76-year-old will play the head of a multi-generational family, and Cosby and Werner are reportedly in the process of meeting with writers for the project.

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Ultimate '80s Bracket Game: Vote for Your Favorite Cosby Sweater!

Bill Cosby Launches Cliff Huxtable-Inspired Sweater Poll

Originally posted 07/05/2013 02:00PM

It may be far from sweater weather, but fans of The Cosby Show are facing off on Cliff Huxtable's favorite fibers.

And behind it all is Bill Cosby himself.

This week, the actor, 75, launched a comprehensive March Madness-style face-off on BillCosby.com, asking fans to vote for their favorite sweater worn by Cliff Huxtable on the iconic television series that ran from 1984-92.

With 32 knits battling it out for top honors – to be crowned the "Champion Stitch" – categories start with "The Crew," then narrow down to 16 in "The Sweat," the top 8 will be named "The Fleecy" and the final four will be "The Warmest."

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A Different World Actor Dies

Lou Myers, A Different World Actor, Dies

Originally posted 02/21/2013 08:25AM

TV, film and stage actor Lou Myers, best known for playing Mr. Gaines on the sitcom A Different World in the '80s and early '90s, has died at 77.

Myers passed away at the Charleston Area Medical Center in his native state of West Virginia after battling pneumonia for several months, TMZ.com reported.

Myers was born in Chesapeake, W.V., the son of a Cabin Creek coal miner, according to the Charleston Gazette. After attending West Virginia State University, he got his first acting break as an understudy in the Broadway play The First Breeze of Summer.

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