Bill Cosby Talks Fatherhood And Parenting On 'Arsenio'
By Zach Seemayer
Legendary comedian Bill Cosby, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest and funniest comics of all time, sits down with Arsenio Hall in tonight's episode of The Arsenio Hall Show to talk about parenting, fatherhood, and getting back into stand-up comedy.
"I have a wife, four daughters and three grandchildren, and when I speak everybody at the table starts to talk to each other," joked Cosby, 76. "I'm not asking for pity, I'm just saying, when I go on the road I got 2200 people just waiting for Mr. Cosby."
Cosby, who played Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable on the iconic sitcom The Cosby Show, a character who is almost universally considered one of the greatest TV fathers ever, knows a thing or two about parenting. He shares his views of fatherhood, and the importance of honesty, with Arsenio, who has a 14-year-old son of his own.
The incredible comic also performed some of his new stand-up routine before sitting down with Arsenio for the interview.