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The Cosby Show

To honor one of my favorite past times of television, I can’t celebrate black history without mentioning one of the most popular sitcoms that took over American households from 1984 to 1992! Who didn’t watch The Cosby Show on television on NBC, Thursday nights?

What African American household didn’t imagine their family living vicariously through Heathcliff and Clair Huxtable? I sooo wanted to be Denise when I was younger. She was flashy, pretty, smart, and eccentric. I had braces and so did Denise! She was light-skinned, so was Denise! She met Stevie Wonder…I loved Stevie Wonder! (lol)

The Cosby Show is MY BLACK HISTORY!

 

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