Now that Bill Cosby has been “caught” admitting on record he raped a bunch of women, the public can finally start accepting that he raped a bunch of women and start acting appropriately.
Oh: actress Phylicia Rashad, Bill Cosby's one-time T.V. wife, has weighed in on the two dozen separate sexual assault allegations against him, telling an entertainment reporter "Forget these women." She implied that Cosby's accusers are all part of an orchestrated smear campaign. Clair Huxtable, what are you doing.
Every time a wife stands by her scandal-mired celebrity husband, we eventually reach a point in the ensuing, endlessly looping discussion where we ask ourselves why she stayed, how much she knew, and whether her refusal to leave him is a reflection of her own shortcomings. If it were me, naysayers say triumphantly, …
If you're in the mood for a "Blurred Lines" music video that's more than "subtly ridiculing," then you're finally in luck: some majestic genius lurking on the Internet has set the song to the Cosby Show opening theme footage. As it turns out, they are really, really similar.
The six sorority members from University of Southern Mississippi who thought it was a good idea to go to a costume party in blackface are being punished — and all things considered, the sorority's response is pretty good.