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
Dear God, this has to stop now.
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