The Cosby Show

Season 7 Episode 23

There's Still No Joy in Mudville

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Apr 04, 1991 on NBC
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Cliff goes out bowling with his father, Elvin and some friends. Everyone makes fun of him after his terrible play causes their team to lose. Cliff takes everyone back to the house for Chinese food. Cliff, Russell and former Negro League players Frank Potter and Joe Simms sit around telling baseball stories. Jim Harmon and his friend Carleton become extremely bored. They get their revenge on Cliff by forcing him to listen to cricket stories. After Cliff puts down the sport, they challenge him to a cricket game in the living room. The game ends abruptly when Clair returns home. As a prank, Rudy has Olivia memorize all the answers from a TV quiz show so that she can trick her parents into believing that Olivia is an amazing child prodigy.moreless

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    Bill Cosby

    Bill Cosby

    Dr. Heathcliff "Cliff" Huxtable

    Keshia Knight Pulliam

    Keshia Knight Pulliam

    Rudith Lillian "Rudy" Huxtable

    Phylicia Rashad

    Phylicia Rashad

    Clair Olivia Hanks Huxtable

    Raven-Symone

    Raven-Symone

    Olivia Kendall (seasons 6 - 8)

    Geoffrey Owens

    Geoffrey Owens

    Elvin Tibideaux (seasons 4 - 8, recurring previously)

    Sullivan Walker

    Sullivan Walker

    Dr. Jim Harmon

    Guest Star

    Joe Black

    Joe Black

    Joe Simms

    Guest Star

    Frank Robinson

    Frank Robinson

    Frank Potter

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    Earle Hyman

    Earle Hyman

    Russell Huxtable

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      • Ahmad Rashad is a former football star for the University of Oregon and the NFL's Minnesota Vikings who became a popular sports announcer. He was married to Phylicia Rashad when this episode aired.

      • When Clair was coming up with answers for the first question, she makes a reference to Tex Ritter. Tex Ritter was the father of John Ritter, who guest-starred in an episode earlier in the season.

      • Hall-of-famer Frank Robinson hit 586 home runs for five Major League teams between 1956 and 1976. He became the first African American manager in Major League history when he took the reins for Cleveland (as a player/manager) in 1975. In 2000, he was hired as baseball's Vice President of On-Field Operations.

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