The Cosby Show

Season 6 Episode 22

What's It All About?

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Mar 22, 1990 on NBC
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Clair must work grueling hours as she takes on the most difficult case of her career. She gets very little sleep for several days. She is unable to relax when she returns home from court because the children repeatedly demand her attention. Clair becomes extremely irritable. She tells Cliff that she has "nothing left to give." Cliff tries to help by getting a surgeon friend to allow her the use of his desolate cabin for the weekend. She is thrilled for the chance to be alone and rest, but ends up freezing when the pipes and a window break. She wants to come home, but no trains are available until the next day. Clair convinces the manager of the lodge to drive her to the nearest bus station. Cliff offers to do his best to help her continue her vacation at home, but Clair elects to help Rudy with her history paper instead of resting.moreless

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    Lisa Bonet

    Denise Huxtable Kendall

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    Bill Cosby

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      • At one point in the episode Denise, Vanessa and Cliff watch a movie. When its over Vanessa says "Dad that movie was so much better than those old black and white things you make us watch."

        This is an odd thing for Vanessa to say when she was really into B&W movies herself just a few episodes earlier (in #137 "Elvin Pays for Dinner"). She was such a big fan of those movies she even tried to get Rudy to like them.

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