The star of “The Cosby Show” didn't appear to appreciate that Jimmy Fallon bought his book “Fatherhood” for just $0.65
After walking out only to immediately sit down next to an audience member and treat him as if he were Fallon (above), he scolded Fallon for buying a used paperback — not the hardcover edition — of his 1986 book “Fatherhood,” then decided to do audition The Roots to play at his funeral, scolded the audience full of “phonies” for pretending to care about his inevitable passing, and proceeded to carry out the rest of the interview from the floor since he couldn't get back up.
All this, and he barely finished a sentence.
Cosby, 76, is making the late-night talk rounds to promote his first stand-up special in 30 years, “Far From Finished,” and has said he's working on another family-oriented sitcom about “warmth and forgiveness.”
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