"But if you would have told me 30 years ago that I would be this boring, stay-at-home house dad and Bill Cosby would be in jail, even I would have took that bet," Eddie Murphy said during his opening monologue on 'Saturday Night Live.'
The disgraced comedian recently called his conviction for sexual assault a "set-up."
Cosby is serving a three to 10 year sentence in Pennsylvania for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his home.
The school board member wrote that she was "tired of whores destroying men."
Attorneys for the disgraced entertainer claim the judge made errors in the original 2017 trial and the subsequent retrial.
New York Representative Jerrold Nadler, who will likely chair the House Judiciary Committee if Democrats win the House in November, compared the deluge of accusations against Brett Kavanaugh to those directed at Harvey Weinstein.
Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison.
The 81-year-old will have to attend monthly counseling for the rest of his life, and his name will appear on a sex-offender registry.
Cosby was found guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault.
She had "Women's Lives Matter" painted on her body.
The June 2017 trial produced a hung jury, but the #MeToo movement may now tip the balance.
The comic's legal team attempted to reduce the number of accusers that could testify.
The actress, who played his TV daughter, "always" saw darkness in Cosby.
The widely disgraced comedian just did his first set in years.
Chris Matthews has apologized for his remarks.
Andrea Constand, who was expected to go away and keep quiet, wound up testifying against Cosby in a criminal trial last June that ended in a mistrial.
"This issue can affect any young person," a Cosby spokesperson said, adding that "it also affects married men."
Bill Cosby tattoo owners walk among us undetected, like the pod people in "Invasion of the Body Snatchers."
Bill Cosby grants a rare interview, but will not testify at his criminal trial.