Does art negate the sins of the artist? Should contemporary families disregard Cosby’s sordid past in favor of retro cartoon co-viewing experiences? Does quantity usurp quality? In this case, does quantity of Cosby accusers pre-empt Cosby cartoon quality? After all, he has made darn good ‘toons.
Hey Hey Heeeey! Gotta get those costumes today! Tonight on Bounce TV, the network is bringing back one of the forgotten classics of the Halloween holiday, the Fat Albert Halloween Special. The 1977 special stars Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids and was recently acquired by Broadcast Partners for the purposes of airing this season. […]
Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids theme song summarizes what happens in every episode. The Junkyard Gang get together and sing songs, playing instruments made from parts they found in the junkyard. They have fun together, just being themselves, but sometimes they have to deal with very real issues. That’s where the learning plays a […]
The first episode of Bill Cosby’s long running animated series, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, originally hit CBS Saturday mornings in 1972, nearly 40 years ago. Heck, even the movie with SNL’s Kenan Thompson is now 6 years old. It seems like the Classic Media and Filmation franchise was just due for an update. […]