Judd Apatow Calls Out Bill Cosby, Does Impersonation of Comedian During 'Tonight Show' Stand-Up

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Judd Apatow is not letting up on Bill Cosby.

The Trainwreck director did some stand-up comedy on Monday's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and The Cosby Show star was the subject of a good portion of the routine.

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In his act, Apatow called attention to the fact that the 78-year-old entertainer is still doing his own comedic performances despite being accused of drugging and sexually abusing numerous women. The 47-year-old filmmaker attempted an impersonation of Cosby, saying, "Do you ever get in trouble with the wife?"

"She says to me, 'What is this in the paper about the raping, the drugging and the women?'" Apatow continued in his Cosby voice. "And I said, 'Do you like your life? Do you like the house, the jet? Then have a cappuccino and shut the [eff] up.'"

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Apatow has been extremely vocal about the claims against Cosby, and revealed in a recent Q&A with Rolling Stone why he's so outspoken about the scandal. 

"The Cosby thing I took seriously because I know one of the victims, who is not going to come forward," he told the magazine. "I had a personal connection to it, where somebody that I care about said that's exactly how it went down."

Cosby has never been charged in any criminal case regarding any accusations, and, through attorneys, has repeatedly denied that any of the allegations are true.

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