It was the 1980s and Bill Cosby was about to take his famous “I’m the Greatest” speech to the American people.
The television show that would become “CosbyNation” had been filmed, and when the show was over, Cosby had been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Bill Cosby had become a household name in the country and his show was getting a new lease on life.
But then the ratings started dropping, and in the years that followed, Cosby would become a very popular figure in the entertainment industry.
In an article for Vanity Fair, comedian Adam McKay writes about his personal experience with the show and how he felt when the ratings went up and he felt that the audience was becoming disillusioned with Cosby.
He goes on to discuss how the show went from a cult favorite to a commercial failure and what happened to his career.
The interview can be read below.
Bill and I have been friends for 30 years.
I have a friend from the time when we were kids and we went to see the show, “Cosbys,” when we used to be very much like you now, we would talk about the show a lot.
I think that we all saw Bill as a friend, and it’s really sad when you have a show like “Cosbs” where you see your character get killed off or a character get raped, or whatever, and then the next week it’s on and it turns out he’s a killer.
But he’s an entertainer.
He’s got a lot of charm.
He gets along with everybody.
He has a great sense of humor.
So he’s like the ultimate friend.
I remember in a really bad way, I was a kid, and we were watching “Cosbros” when we watched the “Dynasty” show, and I remember I was like, “Whoa, I’m not going to go back to that show.”
But that was my friend from then on.
It was really hard on me to watch.
I just couldn’t get away from it.
Bill was my hero.
He was my man, and that was his biggest thing, to be my man and be the man.
I would do anything for him.
But I think he was so good to me.
The way he treated me, his generosity, his respect, his love for women.
He could do it all.
He knew the rules.
He didn’t let me do anything.
And I think I had a great time doing it with him.
It didn’t matter what it was.
We just did what we were supposed to do.
And when he came on, he was my star, and he was the most beautiful man.
That was the first time I had been on TV, and people were like, oh, I love Bill Cosby.
And then I think everyone got over it.
I was not going out there, and everybody was like.
Oh, that was so bad.
Bill is a great guy.
He did a great job.
And they didn’t do a bad job.
But when he did that show, people didn’t care.
The ratings went down.
He lost his ratings.
And he’s just been doing that show ever since.
It’s been like that ever since, and the ratings haven’t been as bad as they were, but they’re still low.
That’s the thing with Bill Cosby: He’s just not very good.
But that’s what’s sad about it.
It really does.
You want to be like that.
I wish people were smarter.
But if you look at what happened, you can see how many people did not like it.
But it was the ratings that were really important.
I mean, he’s not even a household names anymore, but it’s just a big, big deal.
And so many people who were like me or those like me and those who were young or those who are old were going, “What are you talking about?”
They weren’t like me, but I was doing the show.
And those were the people that were going to lose out.
And Bill is still a big deal to them.
But there’s no one like him.
The people who had that love for him were the ones who liked to see him.
They were the guys who loved the show because they wanted to be on it.
And the ratings just kept going up.
So they loved it.
They loved him.
He made them proud.
But what happened when he died?
And there were a lot people who did not want to see that happen.
I can’t imagine what that would be like.
So it was a very sad time.
And that’s where I think the show lost it.
So many people had never seen a TV show.
There were people who didn’t even know what a TV program was, and they were like “What’s that show?”