EXCLUSIVE: The 'black-ish' Family Recreates 'Cosby Show' Opening Credits and Reflects on Those 'Awful' Bill Co

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It's time for black-ish to pay homage to The Cosby Show -- and address those Bill Cosby allegations.

This week's all-new episode, cheekily titled "The Johnson Show," will honor the '80s family sitcom by recreating the iconic dance-filled opening credits, and only ETonline has your exclusive sneak peek of their smooth moves.

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In our first look scene above, Dre (Anthony Anderson) admits that he's always admired the Huxtables growing up. "There's something to seeing a black doctor and black lawyer living in a loving marriage, raising happy and stable children with no one questioning it," he tells his father.

"I invested in the Huxtables," Dre continues. "They made me believe that I could have a family like them. And then, that news about Bill Cosby hit and I was devastated."

"We all were!" Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) adds. "It was awful."

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This week's episode of black-ish is especially timely given that it was confirmed on Tuesday that Cosby is scheduled to return to court on charges that he allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004.

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

Press play on our exclusive sneak peek video above to find out how the Cosby news "blew up everything" in Dre's world.

black-ish airs Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.