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History Of The Simpsons - The Groening, Brooks, and Simon Years (1989–1991) - Competing With The Cosby Show
... first TV series to rank among a season's top 30 highest-rated shows ... in hopes that it would result in higher ratings for the lead out shows ... on Thursday where it would compete with The Cosby Show, the number one show at the time ...
Pilot (The Cosby Show)
... List of The Cosby Show episodes "Pilot" (also known as "Theo's Economic Lesson") is the pilot and the first episode of the first season of the American sitcom The Cosby Show ... Theo attempts to pacify his father, Cliff (Bill Cosby), by letting him know that since he did not intend to go to college, his low grades did not matter to him ...
The Simpsons (season 2) - Ratings
... Due to the show's success, over the summer of 1990, the Fox network decided to switch The Simpsons timeslots in hopes that it would result in higher ratings for ... time on Thursday where it would compete with The Cosby Show on NBC, the number one show at the time ... "Bart Gets an F" was the first episode to air against The Cosby Show and averaged an 18.4 Nielsen rating and 29% of the audience ...
List Of United States Christmas Television Episodes - Sitcoms - The Cosby Show
... The Cosby Show Getting to Know You (1989) (season 6) The Cosby Show Clair's Place (1991) (season 8) ...
Those Of You With Or Without Children, You'll Understand - Track Listing
... Side 1 Genesis - 1802 The Great Quote - 410 Side 2 Window of Life - 2656 Bill Cosby Comedy albums Bill Cosby Is a Very Funny Fellow...Right! (1963) I Started Out as a Child (1964) Why Is There Air? (1965 ... Adults Only (1971) Inside the Mind of Bill Cosby (1972) Fat Albert (1973) My Father Confused Me.. ... What Must I Do? What Must I Do? (1977) Bill's Best Friend (1978) Bill Cosby Himself (1982) Those of You with or Without Children, You'll Understand (1986) Oh, Baby! (1991 ...

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    W. Somerset Maugham (1874–1965)

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    —Bill Cosby (20th century)