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House of Cosbys, You See

I know it’s strange to break a two-month silence for something like this, but I don’t care. This is my blog, dammit, and I’ll rant about six-month-old memes if I want.

For the last few weeks at work, we’ve been obsessed with House of Cosbys. So obsessed that other departments are starting to worry about us; it’s consuming our lives. I first linked to it back in March, long before the recent legal threats from Cosby himself, so I don’t know why it’s taken this long to infiltrate our brains. (I suspect one too many late nights on a recent deadline is ultimately to blame.)

But it has, so I want to share some Cosbyana for other potential Cosby-heads out there. If you haven’t seen the first episode, watch the high-res House of Cosbys pilot before proceeding.

To kick off Cosby Fest 2005, I’m hosting the entire Bill Cosby Talks To Kids About Drugs album from 1971. Don’t miss “Dope Pusher,” a song about hard drugs sung/screamed by Cosby and a choir of kids, backed by some serious funk. Download it now.

I’m Web-Surfing Cosby, You See

  • Outtakes from the Curiosity Cosby recording sessions

  • Amazing Cosby Team Triosby fan art one and two, from Episode 3
  • House of Cosbys exit theme song MP3s
  • Listen Up Theo, a not-safe-for-work House of Cosbys music video
  • Cosby Core tattoo
  • Cosby stencils and graffiti (and more) on Flickr
  • Cosby Show Season 1 was just released on DVD
  • Little Rascals/Bill Cosby urban legend on Snopes
  • The Bill Cosby Fun Game, Cosby goes on a murderous rampage
  • The Pac Man and Cosby Show, a comic apparently made by a blind man using MS Paint
  • Dear God, this has to stop now.