Bill Cosby still has it. I’d love to see him have his own show with The Roots. Just them playing cool music and him not understanding. It’ll be great.
Bill Cosby dead? Nope, but Cliff and the rest of the Huxtables are sitting down to watch the final season of The Cosby Show, and they’re not impressed.
Fat Albert’s cousin, Justin, introduces the Cosby kids to his friend, Harlow. But they then learn about the new guy’s enthusiasm for shoplifting.
When Fat Albert’s secret crush on the new girl is revealed, the guys dare him to ask her out. The only problem is that Fat Albert isn’t so sure she likes him back.
Quick in mind and slight of hand, Lucius’ outgoing, showy behavior has the Cosby kids in awe. Fat Albert, on the other hand, can’t quite put his finger on what’s bothering him about Lucius’ act.
Parker, an older boy with a tough track record, begins teaching the kids how to resist authority. I smell pepper spray in the wind.
Cool Roy and his street sign graffiti cause havoc with Pee Wee’s dad, the city sign-maker. Will Fat Albert and the guys be able to resolve the situation or will they hit a dead end?
When Johnnie, a Hopi Indian boy, moves to town, Fat Albert and the guys learn there’s a lot more to Native American culture than what they’ve seen in Western movies.
When Fat Albert and the guys take on the task of cheering up Flora, they discover what’s making her so sad. Will the kids be able to make this gloomy girl smile again?
Dumb Donald imagines his father is a professional animal trainer, Bill’s dad is a secret agent and Harold’s is a submarine captain…until Mrs. Bryfogel organizes a “Bring Your Son to Work Day” project that reveals their true professions.
When Dumb Donald learns that he’s going to be a big brother, he comes down with a nasty case of sibling rivalry. Will Fat Albert and the kids convince him that brothers and sisters aren’t so bad?
Thanks to his big brother, Muggles, Frainey always has lots of loot to share with the other kids. But when Fat Albert discovers the dishonorable source of Muggles’ generosity, his gifts no longer sound so good.
Mrs. Bryfogel takes notice when the class brain, Thurmond, continually shows up the other kids’ schoolwork. Are Fat Albert and the kids due for a hard lesson or are things not always as they seem?
Taking advantage of Fat Albert’s gullible goodness, bullies Slappy and Fungo terrorize the smaller kids behind his back. When push comes to shove, will these troublemakers learn their lesson?